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Notices list the project address, a description of proposed work, contact information for the applicant, and information about the property (zoning, location map, historic district, NNI categories). The date and time are listed for the monthly Hearings Board, Historic Preservation Commission and Planning Commission public hearings and the weekly Plans Review administrative meetings.
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Anybody may sign up to receive notices for any of the registered neighborhoods or overlay areas through the Neighborhood Notification Initiative.
Email notifications are sent for projects placed on agendas managed by the Planning Department. These include Hearings Board, Historic Preservation Commission, Planning Commission and Plans Review agendas. Notices are also sent for proposed demolitions and relocations.
This varies depending upon the application deadline. The Hearings Board, Historic Preservation Commission and Planning Commission have monthly deadlines. Plans Review deadlines occur every Tuesday. Projects that are submitted by a deadline are placed on the appropriate agenda and notices about projects on that particular agenda are emailed at that time, typically several days after the deadline. Demolition and relocation notices are sent as applications are submitted.
NNI neighborhoods are formed when a neighborhood registers to participate in the NNI and a contact person is designated for the group. The contact person receives early notification for projects that submit applications to the Planning Commission. Overlay areas include commission districts, road corridors and the downtown area and do not have a designated contact person.
Fill out a registration form and turn it in to the Planning Department along with a map of the neighborhood boundaries and a copy of your neighborhood's organizational documents (articles of incorporation, by-laws, covenants, etc.). If your neighborhood does not have an established organizational structure, a petition signed by at least 20% of property owners or residents endorsing the group formation and the designated contact person substitutes for the organizational documentation. The GIS staff in the Planning Department can help create the boundary map. The NNI coordinator will forward this information to the ACC Commissioner representing the district the neighborhood falls within. With their endorsement, the Mayor and Commission will vote on the official registration and mapped boundaries of your neighborhood organization. Once the neighborhood is mapped, anyone may sign up to receive notices for projects within and adjacent to the neighborhood's boundaries.