The City of Fayetteville has made a Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) manual available that focuses on developers and the administrative process. The manual is available on the city’s website at www.cityoffayetteville.org by clicking on “New UDO Zoning” under “Most Visited Areas.”

The UDO regulations, which replace Chapters 25-Subdivisions and 30-Zoning in the City Code, govern the use and development of land in Fayetteville. After July 1, both new regulations and a zoning map are expected to be in effect.

The manual is not required but was developed to help make the UDO more user-friendly. The document facilitates the application of the UDO and related application processes.

Everyone should check the new zoning district defi nitions for their property and surrounding properties. The proposed zoning map, answers to most questions, and how to get more information is available in the public libraries, at City Hall (433 Hay St.), and at www.cityoffayetteville.org by clicking on “New UDO Zoning” under “Most Visited Areas” at the left of the page. You may call 433-1FAY (1329) if you do not have web access.

There is one UDO public hearing left and it focuses on the 390 properties remaining to be translated to the new zoning district that is the closest match. The hearing is scheduled for Monday, June 27 at 7 p.m. during a City Council Meeting, being held at City Hall Council Chamber, 433 Hay St.

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