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City of Charlotte Land Development

600 East Fourth Street Charlotte, NC 28202

704-336-6692

Urban Conceptual Meeting Request

Applies to all projects located within Uptown Mixed Use Development (UMUD), Mixed Used Development District (MUDD), Pedestrian (PED) and (PED) Overlays, Transit Station (TS) and (TS) Overlays, and Transit Oriented District (TOD) and (TOD) Overlays.

You will get a response about available dates and times within 5 business days of your request.

Meetings are scheduled on a first come-first serve basis. Meeting times are Tuesdays at 9:00 am and 10:00 am or Thursdays at 1:30 pm and 2:30 pm (60 minutes each). The information and comments provided by staff at these meeting are not considered as binding in any form. Once the project plans are submitted for permit review, all current City ordinance and codes requirements, as well as fees, apply.

You will be contacted in regards to the next available meeting time. 

If possible, please have all attendees calendars available so when you are contacted by City staff you will be able to accept the best date for your team.

Cancellation notice is required by 12:00 noon the day before the scheduled date.

Please be advised that scheduled meetings are available for public review in our database, ACA (Accela Citizen Access).

If you have further questions contact Land Development Customer Service at 704-336-6692.

Contact Information

Requestor Name

Telephone Type

Project Information

Project Address (do NOT use your office address)

Approved Rezoning Number. Only an approved rezoning will be allowed for the scheduling of this meeting.  If your rezoning has not been approved please request this meeting after approval of the rezoning.

Additional Questions

Is this project a subdivision

Will this project require road frontage improvements such as sidewalk, and/or curb and gutter?

Are you putting in any new public or private streets?

Are you constructing multiple buildings?

Per the City of Charlotte's IT Department, portable devices are not allowed to be used with the City's network. Portable devices are defined as and removable media that can connect to a computer resource.  These include simple media such as USB drives, CDs, DVDs, and SD cards.  It also includes cell phones, MP3 players, tablets, and external hard drives. 

If you have a site plan available, please upload the plan to this meeting request or email the plan to Nan Peterson at npeterson@charlottenc.gov, at least 5 business days before your meeting.

Upload and Files that may be pertinent to the meeting. There is a 250MB limit on each file upload.