Community members are invited to attend information sessions at 409 S Main St to learn about the Comprehensive Plan and how they can get involved.
Per the City’s Subdivision and Zoning Ordinances and the City’s Design and Construction Standards Manual (DCSM), the City requires that a Traffic Impact Analysis be conducted for any planned development expected to generate 100 or more peak hour vehicle trips.
Residents who meet requirements of City Code Section 15-2-24 may apply for a permit to keep chickens within Harrisonburg city limits.
Download Tax Maps, Topo Maps from 1996, and other maps.
GIS technology combines layers of information concerning a particular area to give people a better understanding of that area. Find city maps, floodplain and other information.
Provides assessment information, print property cards, and find neighborhood sales.
Property information services on the city website include: Real Estate System, GIS, and Maps.
The Planning and Zoning Division promotes development in accordance with the Comprehensive Plan and federal, state, and local land-use regulations.
Building inspection services in the area of code interpretation and public information, plan review, permitting, inspections of permitted new construction/remodeling as well as of existing construction as needed, and maintenance of historical information.
Fees directory for building and trades permit fees, engineering feeds, planning and zoning fees and other fees found on the city website.