The Campbell County Department of Community Development is comprised of four divisions including:
- Permits and Inspections;
- Environmental Management;
- GIS and 911 Addressing; and
- Zoning, Planning and Subdivisions.
Together, these divisions work collaboratively to:
- administer generalized planning functions and plan review;
- maintain construction permits and inspections;
- maintain land disturbing activities, zoning, subdivision of land, and plat and site plan review;
- maintain the street name and numbering database; and
- update the Comprehensive Plan.
Browse updates and documents related to biosolids (sewage sludge) information.
The Building Inspections Office is responsible for ensuring public health, safety, and welfare associated with the design, construction, and use of buildings.
The Commonwealth of Virginia requires local jurisdictions to prepare and adopt a comprehensive plan to be reviewed at least once every five years. A comprehensive plan takes into account the various trends affecting the physical development of the land within the jurisdiction.
Access documents related to the Code of Virginia's mandates on Stormwater Management.
GIS is a sophisticated computer system that links geographic information (where things are located) with descriptive information (what things are like).
The Board of Supervisors has approved a redistricting plan, that redraws the election districts and precincts, to conform with changes in population.
The Zoning, Planning and Subdivision Office administers plans and ordinances intended to protect both individual property rights and the public's interest.