Neighborhood Development - How is NDS doing business during Coronavirus?

Neighborhood Development Services (NDS) offices are closed to the public. 

The Neighborhood Development Services team has published a new Frequently Asked Questions document outlining the process for our continued review of development applications and permit requests. This document contains all the contact information needed to most efficiently engage our staff.

New guidelines for submitting plans to NDS during COVID-19

Neighborhood Development Services will have document drop off hours from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. each Tuesday and Friday.  The Market Street door to City Hall will open on Tuesday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. for document drop off only.  Applicants will have the opportunity to enter the building, place items on the conference room table and then exit the building. 

Items dropped off should be bound and contain a cover document with the following information: project name, project number, city contact, applicant name and contact and detailed description of the materials in the packet. 

Interaction with staff to confirm application requirements, fees and other items must be performed in advance of this drop off time frame by calling 434-970-3182 or contacting your project contact.  There will be no face to face technical support available on site during these drop off opportunities.

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