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Lincolnton, NC 28092
Pending Applications

Overview
A pending zoning application is an application that has been submitted to Planning & Inspections, but a decision has not been rendered by the appropriate board.

The public is invited to attend the meetings, which are held in the Commissioners Room on the third floor of the:
James W. Warren Citizens Center
115 W. Main St.
Lincolnton, N.C.

For more information, contact Planning & Inspections at (704) 736-8440.

Zoning cases are split into two categories, Quasi-Judicial and Legislative, with different rules and procedures applying to each. A simplified guide to the differences in the cases is available here. Please read prior to planning to speak at a public hearing.

Zoning Number

Applicant

Description 

Proposed Hearing Date

PD #2016-8   RHH Land Investors, LLC A request to rezone 81.2 acres from R-T (Transitional Residential) to PD-R (Planned Development Residential) to permit a subdivision with up to 230 single-family detached homes. The property is located on the west side of Little Egypt Road about 3,600 feet south of Optimist Club Road in Catawba Springs Township.
 Pending
 PA #40 * Matthews Heathers Land Corporation
A request for plat review/sketch plan approval for a 38-lot residential subdivision with new internal roads to serve the lots. The property is located on the west side of N.C. 16 Bypass about 200 feet southeast of Lowesville Lane and about 400 feet southwest of Sifford Road in Catwaba Springs Township.
 12/05/2016
CUP #362 *  Paul Clark A request for a conditional use permit to allow a detached garage to extend in front of the front building line of a house on a lot that’s adjacent to Lake Norman. The 0.67-acre lot is located at 7689 Dellinger Road, on the west side of Dellinger Road about 1,200 feet west of Burton Lane, in Catawba Springs Township.  12/05/2016
CZ #2016-4 Lincolnton Main Street, LLC  A request to rezone 3.0 acres from R-SF (Residential Single-Family) to CZ B-G (Conditional Zoning General Business) to permit a medical office building with up to 15,000 square feet of floor area. The property is located on the northeast corner of N.C. 27 and Howards Creek Mill Road in Howards Creek Township.  12/05/2016
 PD #2016-9 ALDI, Inc.   A request to rezone 9.6 acres from CU B-G (Conditional Use General Business) to PD-C (Planned Development Commercial) to permit additions to an existing commercial building. The property is located at 7208 and 7260 NC 73 Hwy. in Catawba Springs Township. 12/05/2016
 PD #2016-10  Cambridge Properties, Inc. A request to rezone 5.1 acres from R-T (Transitional Residential) to PD-C (Planned Development Commercial) to permit an office building complex with to 55,000 square feet of floor area. The property is located between N.C. 16 Business and Pilot Knob Road about 1,500-2,000 feet north of N.C. 73 in Catawba Springs Township.  12/05/2016
ZMA #630  Cambridge Properties, Inc.   A request to rezone 0.1 acre from R-T (Transitional Residential) to B-G (General Business). The property is located about 300 feet east of N.C. 16 Business and 1,500 feet north of N.C. 73 in the Catawba Springs Township.  12/05/2016
 UDO Proposed Amendment #2016-5 SCI Towers, Inc. A proposal to amend Section 2.5.4.B.5 of the Lincoln County Unified Development Ordinance to exempt wireless communication towers from the Airport Overlay District’s height limits in the horizontal and conical zones, provided an applicant for a conditional use permit demonstrates compliance with all Federal Aviation Administration standards and receives approval from the FAA for the construction of a proposed tower.  12/05/2016
 UDO Proposed Amendment #2016-6  Lincoln County Planning and Inspections Department  A proposal to amend Section 5.4.4.D of the Lincoln County Unified Development Ordinance to require that any residential subdivision of greater than 30 lots be provided with separate and approved fire apparatus access roads and that, within a residential subdivision, no more than 30 lots be located on any road that lacks emergency access from two directions.  12/05/2016
* - Quasi-Judicial Case