NOTICE OF HEARINGS
Pitt County Zoning Ordinance Text Amendments
The Pitt County Board of Commissioners will hold public hearings on Monday, April 3, 2023, at or after 6:00 pm in the Eugene James Auditorium in the County Administration Building located at 1717 W. 5th Street, Greenville, N.C. to consider the following requests for text amendments to the Pitt County Zoning Ordinance:
- Request by George L. Shaver, Jr. to add “Oversized Vehicle Parking (Commercial)” to Table 5-1 “List of Permitted Uses”, and to establish specific development standards and a working definition for such uses. The amendment as proposed will require approval of a Conditional Zoning District for such uses in the Rural Agricultural (RA) zoning district.
- Request by Pitt County to amend Table 5-1 “List of Permitted Uses” to change how “Landfill, Construction and Demolition”, “Landfill, Land Clearing and Inert Debris”, and “Landfill, Sanitary/Solid Waste” are permitted in the General Industrial (GI) zoning district. The amendment as proposed will require approval of a Conditional Zoning District for such uses in the GI district.
- Request by Pitt County to amend when skirting is required to be installed on a manufactured home located on an individual lot. The Ordinance currently requires underpinning to be installed within 60 days of approval for occupancy by Pitt County Inspections. The amendment as proposed will require skirting to be installed prior to approval for occupancy.
The purpose of these public hearings is to gather public comment and input on the proposed requests prior to consideration by the Board of County Commissioners. Citizens interested in obtaining additional information on these requests should contact the Pitt County Planning Department at (252) 902-3250. Those persons unable to attend the hearings may send written questions or comments via email to the Clerk to the Board at Kimberly.Hines@pittcountync.gov or by mailing to: Clerk to the Board, Pitt County, 1717 W. 5th Street, Greenville, NC 27834. All meetings can be viewed by the public on PittTV (Suddenlink Cable Channel 13) or the Pitt County YouTube channel (www.YouTube.com/PittCountyNC).