Zoning - Rezoning

Rezoning means to change the zoning designation of a particular property. All zoning changes must go through public hearings with the Planning Commission (which makes a recommendation to the Board of Supervisors) and with the Board of Supervisors (which approves or denies a request). The application fee for the process is $500.

Please review the complete Rezoning Process (PDF)  and the Submittal Requirements for more information.

Submittal Requirements


New Commercial Construction (less than 5,000 square feet)


  • 14 site plans
  • 14 copies of narrative
  • Proffers – if applicable (signed by current property owner)
  • Letter of Consent (if not property owner)
  • $500 fee

New Commercial Construction (5,000 square feet or greater)


  1. 19 site plans (14 packets plus 5 for PEC)
  2. 14 copies of narrative
  3. Proffers – if applicable (signed by current property owner)
  4. Letter of Consent (if not property owner)
  5. PEC Application
  6. $700 fee ($500 rezoning plus $200 for PEC)

Residential Subdivision (3 – 30 lots)


  • 18 plats (14 packets plus 4 Approval Agents)
  • 14 copies of narrative
  • Proffers – if applicable (signed by current property owner)
  • Letter of Consent (if not property owner)
  • $500 fee

Residential Subdivision (31 lots or more)


  • 19 plats (14 packets plus 5 for PEC)
  • 14 copies of narrative
  • Proffers – if applicable (signed by current property owner)
  • Letter of Consent (if not property owner)
  • $700 fee ($500 rezoning plus $200 PEC)
  • PEC Application

Residential Subdivision (Single Lot Division)


  • 18 plats
  • 14 copies of narrative
  • Letter of Consent (if not property owner)
  • $500 fee