The Statesville Planning + Zoning Department is responsible for current planning and long-range planning efforts. Current planning involves projects related to zoning, development review, architectural and appearance review, as well as permitting and other activities. Long-range planning involves the creation and enforcement of plans for the entire City as well as special areas related to future growth and development. Through planning we seek to enhance the quality of life of our residents.
|Downtown Design Review Committee||The Downtown Design Review Committee was established in 2008.|
|Historic Planning Committee||The Statesville Historic Preservation Committee was established in 1982.|
The Iredell County Geographic Information System (GIS) Zoning Map is approved at the time that the local legislature adopts a zoning ordinance. On this map, the zoning district lines are overlaid on a street map of the community. This map divides the community into districts. Each district will carry a designation that refers to the zoning code regulations for that district. By referring to this map, it is possible to identify the use district within which any parcel of land is located. Then, by referring to the text of the zoning code, it is possible to discover the uses that are permitted within that district and the dimensional restrictions that apply to building on that land. The zoning map, implemented through the text of the ordinance, constitutes a blueprint for the development of the community over time.
The North Carolina Building Codes are promulgated by the North Carolina Building Code Council (BCC) and are interpreted and enforced by the Engineering Section.
The purpose of minimum housing code inspections are to ensure the safety and welfare of City residents by making sure housing is fit for human habitation.
The City of Statesville is part of the Charlotte Transportation Planning Organization (CRTPO). It is the CRTPO's responsibility to coordinate transportation policy for local governmental jurisdictions within the Charlotte Urbanized Area.
Upcoming/ongoing projects include Interstate 77 & Interstate 40 Interchange project, East Broad Street improvements, Connector Road (Sullivan Road to Brookdale Drive), and Five Points intersection improvements.