What is a Public Hearing?

A public hearing is a formal review process for a land use application that is quasi-judicial in nature. This means the Planning Commission and Town Council is required to review the application and all evidence, including public comments, for the case in a public setting / meeting.

If you would like to voice your concern, support, or opposition to an active land use case, it must be done in a public hearing and/or formally submitted for the record. 

Find out more about current land use applications and any scheduled public hearings by visiting the Open Land Use Applications Page. 

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2. How do I get a special event approved?
3. Where can I find current Land Use Applications?
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5. Where can I apply for a contractor’s license?
6. Who can I talk to about Planning and Zoning?
7. What zone am I in?
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9. What is a Public Hearing?