Have property owners’ concerns been considered during the process?

In addition to all of the public engagement opportunities listed above, throughout the process, the City’s Planning staff has made themselves available to anyone with questions or concerns and has made multiple changes to both the development code and the zoning map based on feedback received from the community.  

Anyone with questions or concerns about the development code or zoning map is invited and encouraged to contact the Planning Department at planning@greenvillesc.gov.  

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1. Why is the City rezoning properties?
2. When was the draft code developed?
3. What will the new code do?
4. I’ve heard that the federal government is involved in rezoning property in Greenville – is that true?
5. I’ve heard that single-family neighborhoods will no longer exist if the development code is approved. Is that true?
6. How will the development code affect minority and low-income neighborhoods?
7. How will the new code protect existing neighborhoods?
8. How will the new code affect the neighborhoods where churches are located?
9. I heard that, with the new code, residents whose homes are nonconforming will not be able to rebuild their homes if they catch on fire – is that true?
10. What are some of the other benefits of the new code?
11. Have property owners’ concerns been considered during the process?