Planning Board/Board of Adjustment
The Planning Board is an advisory board to City Council, which makes recommendations concerning proposed rezonings, zoning ordinance text amendments, conditional use permit applications and special use permit applications. The board establishes procedures and standards for the development and subdivision of land within the territorial jurisdiction of Reidsville.
The Board of Adjustment is a "Quasi-Judicial" Board. The board's responsibilities are to hear appeals from the review and any order, requirement or decision made by the Zoning Enforcement officer, to grant Special Use Permits as required by the zoning ordinance and to grant variances from the requirements of the Zoning Ordinance when practical difficulties or unnecessary hardships result from carrying variance requests and appeals from the Zoning Ordinance. The Community Development Managers serves as the Zoning Enforcement Officer for the City.
Number of Members: 7, including one Extraterritorial Planning Jurisdiction (ETJ) member
Term of Office: 5 years
Time and Place of Meeting: 6 p.m. on the 3rd Wednesday of the month in the Council Chambers, Reidsville City Hall.
Member Qualifications: Six members must reside within the City limits while the 7th member must reside in the City's Extraterritorial Planning Jurisdiction (ETJ) area.
The Planning & Zoning Division of the Community Development Department provides technical assistance to the Planning Board and Board of Adjustment.