Zoning Made SimpleTM
Interactive zoning map answers two most frequently asked questions.
Communities of all sizes can leverage the power of ZoningHub.
Village of East Troy
Town of Eagle
City of Washburn
Village of Richfield
Residents, developers, realtors, neighbors, local officials, staff, and more
Tom is a business owner and wants to keep tabs on what’s happening near his property – he signed up for eAlerts. When a new development project is submitted for review, he (along with other subscribers) will get an automatic email.
Bob is interested in buying a piece of property. He can go to the Closed Applications page to find past approvals related to the property. He can also use the Interactive Zoning Map to find out what land uses are permitted there. Bob, now a well-informed consumer, buys the property (or not).
Charlene is an elected official who wants to position her community for positive economic growth. Making the zoning regulations easy and accessible is a big piece of the puzzle.
Xavier is a member of the local Plan Commission. As a citizen member, he’s not a zoning expert. Fortunately, he doesn’t need to be because the website gives him ready access to the most important parts of the zoning code.
Neighbors around a proposed development project get a copy of a public hearing notice in the mail. The mailing includes a QR Code that opens the Comment page. Now they can share their thoughts without having to attend a long public meeting.
Staff in the planning office has a long list of needs. They want to keep everyone in the loop as applications move through the different review procedures. They also want a way for the public to get the information they need without having to call the planning office.
Mr. Brooks get an eAlert and checks it out. Because the project is next door, he decides to follow the application. In a few minutes he’s signed up for Status Updates.
Annie and Tom are designing a project for a local developer. They first need to know the basics and then all of the details when the project starts taking shape. They really like how easy it is to submit their completed application online.
Sally wants to do a project. Her goal is to easily find the code requirements online so that she can submit an application for a well-designed project.
Julie is a realtor. Prospective buyers often ask her zoning questions. She wisely points them to the community’s zoning website, where they can be like Bob. Or, she does some of her own research on the site.
ZoningHub has offered our customers a unique look into our zoning regulations and a host of other issues that tend to be confusing and somewhat intimidating. We now offer state-of-the-art information in a format not typically seen in a municipal website.
My company works for a number of municipalities. So far, two are using ZoningHub. I wish all of them did; it makes code administration so much easier.
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