What: Virtual public forum on Richland County's rewritten Land Development Code
When: 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, May 25
Where: https://zoom.us/j/92626708255?pwd=RnF5L0E5THdLazIrMk54UHorL3F1Zz09. The virtual Zoom meeting will also be streamed live and recorded on the County’s YouTube page.
A draft of Richland County’s revamped Land Development Code (LDC) is available for public review, and residents will soon have several opportunities to comment on the new policies before the code is finalized.
The LDC is a set of regulations for land use, growth and development in the County. The code governs everything from how a development can be used, to location and size requirements within various zoning districts, to how development proposals are reviewed. The LDC also controls various development and subdivision standards, including parking, landscaping, signs, the division and platting (mapping) of land, road layout, and other infrastructure requirements.
Learn more about the virtual public forums and the LDC rewrite.