Info on proposed revisions to ordinance on home-based businesses
- Published on Friday, 05 August 2016 19:06
On Wednesday, August 17, 2016, the Campbell County Fiscal Court will consider second reading and passage of an ordinance that would amend the county’s Zoning Ordinance as it concerns home-based businesses in the unincorporated areas of Campbell County.
A public hearing on this matter was held by the Campbell County & Municipal Planning & Zoning Commission on July 12, 2016 (download draft minutes of this meeting by clicking here). That evening, the Planning Commission passed the proposed text amendments to the ordinance for consideration by the Fiscal Court. The Fiscal Court received a presentation about and took a first reading on the issue at its meeting of August 3.
Home-based businesses are a vital part of the Campbell County economy, frequently used as incubators during the start-up phase of a business. The proposed revisions seek to support this meaningful role and promote the compatibility of such uses of a property. Additionally, these regulations seek to balance private property rights and are designed to support the transition of home-based businesses to a professional environment when a business matures beyond the regulations of the ordinance.
Interested parties can review documents related to this action below.
|Existing Text||Proposed New Text|
|Article 9.11, Home Occupations||Article 9.11|
|Article 10.1, A-1 Zone||Article 10.1|
|Article 10.2, R-RE Zone||Article 10.2|
Please contact the Planning, Zoning, & Building Inspection Department at (859) 292-3880 if you have questions about this action.