NewsSpring 2019 Newsletter

The first few months of 2019 have been busy. Though our re-zonings are lower than previous year-to-date numbers, construction and code enforcement are steadily rising. With warmer weather comes an uptick in construction – both road construction and for subdivisions. Our construction coordinators are out in the field daily, monitoring subdivision standards and regulations. This past fall, we brought on a new staff member directly responsible for code enforcement and code compliance, duties we unfortunately haven’t been faithfully fulfilling in the recent past. Since then, the code enforcement duties have grown and we’ve been able to consistently provide better services for the community.

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Planning Commission Quarterly Numbers

January – March Total
January – March City
January – March County
Single Family Lots Approved

8

0

8

Multi-Family Units Approved

625

625

0

Zone Changes Approved

12

8

4

Detailed Development Plans Approved

0

0

0

Subdivision Approvals

58

22

36

Subdivision Construction
Construction Plans Reviewed

14

6

8

Engineering Inspections

489

256

233

Code Enforcement
Zoning Complaints

88

53

35

Site Inspections

182

109

73

Notices of Violation

35

25

10

Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Maps Created

115

48

67

Addresses Assigned

594

303

291

Parcels Drawn

1,170

674

496

Plan Review Services
Building Permits Reviewed

406

185

221

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