City regulations pertaining to Tall Grass and Weeds.
Property owners, adjacent to city streets or alleys, may request to "close" such areas and acquire them as additional land for their property.
Subdividing property is the division of a lot, tract or parcel of land into two or more lots, tracts or parcels, any of which are less than five acres in area for the purpose, whether immediate or future, of sale or of building development.
The Planning Commission meets in council chambers to consider requests from citizens and developers on issues such as rezonings, special use permits, major subdivisions, and street and alley closings.
The Planning and Zoning Division of the Department of Community Development promotes development as desired by the community through the Comprehensive Plan and with consistent application of the zoning and subdivision regulations and other land use codes.
In connection with site and subdivision development, developers are responsible for all costs associated with planning, constructing, installing and testing of all public facilities, stormwater management and erosion control measures required to complete the proposed project.
Erosion and Sediment Control and Site Plan Documents.
Tax maps, Topo maps, and other maps can be found on the Maps page. Or you can view mapping information within the City's GIS (Geographic Information System).
The 2018 Comprehensive Plan was adopted by City Council on November 13, 2018.
Tax maps, Topographic maps, and other mapping information for the City of Harrisonburg.