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Who do I contact for Code Enforcement Issues?

Visit the Code Enforcement page of this website for current personnel contact information. (Contacts located at bottom of page.)...

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Does the City of Mount Holly enforce Minimum Housing regulations?

The City of Mount Holly Code Enforcement Division does enforce Minimum Housing regulations.  Please refer to the Minimum Housing section on the Code Enforcement page for more information....

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What constitutes a sign violation?

A detached sign may be in violation if the sign is too close to the road or otherwise located in the public right-of-way. A violation may also occur if the sign is too high, exceeds the...

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How is zoning enforced?

Once the Zoning Office receives a complaint, a Zoning Official will investigate the alleged violation within 1-3 days. If a violation is detected, a Notice of Violation letter is sent via certified mail to the property...

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How do I report a zoning violation?

Please contact the Zoning department (Brian DuPont at 704-951-3009 or Jonathan Wilson at 704-951-3014) and give the Zoning Official the address and a detailed description of the nature of the violation. Please include details such as...

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What is a buffer?

A buffer is a strip of land with existing or planted vegetation used to protect a less-intense land use. Example: trees and shrubs planted in a buffer on an industrial property to protect a residential property....

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Can I propose an amendment or change to the Zoning Ordinance, Subdivision Ordinance or City Code?

An amendment to the Zoning Ordinance, Subdivision Ordinance and/or City Code, can be initiated by City staff at the direction of City Council.  If the text amendment involves the Zoning and/or Subdivision Ordinance, two public hearings...

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How do I file for a variance, special-use permit application or an appeal from decision?

The Zoning Board of Adjustment hears variance requests to waive part or all of a Zoning Ordinance requirement.  Additionally, the Board also hears appeals from a Zoning or Minimum Housing case decision and special-use permit requests. ...

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