Richland County Planning & Development reminds residents and property owners that a zoning public hearing set for Tuesday, March 22 has been rescheduled.
Items from the March 22 agenda, which involve possible zoning changes, will now be heard at a public hearing set for 7 p.m. April 26.
Richland County recently pushed back its timeline for potential adoption of new zoning districts, giving staff and the public more time to discuss possible changes to residents’ property and accounting for the schedule change.
The new zoning districts fall under the County’s newly rewritten Land Development Code (LDC), a set of regulations that govern land use and development in unincorporated areas. The code covers standards for zoning districts and dwelling units allowed per acre, along with building location, permitted uses, signage, landscaping and other rules.
For more on the LDC rewrite and the County’s new zoning maps, visit the Planning Department’s webpage.