Will I be notified when somebody is proposing to develop property next to mine?

Notification is required only when someone is proposing to rezone property, request a zoning variance, or request a special exception permit. State law and City ordinances require the city to notify property owners within a certain radius of a proposed development and publish a notice in the newspaper. If someone is proposing to develop a subdivision or a site plan that complies with the current zoning requirements, a public hearing and notice may not be required. However, City policy is to always inform residents within 300 feet of any project scheduled for Planning Commission Review.

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1. When does the Planning Commission hold its meetings?
2. When are the application deadlines for consideration of a request by the Planning Commission?
3. What is the zoning of my property?
4. What is the Master Plan?
5. What is the difference between the Master Plan and Zoning Ordinance?
6. Will I be notified when somebody is proposing to develop property next to mine?