How many neighborhood meetings will there be?

Neighborhood meetings are typically required during three stages in the development review process.

  1. An initial neighborhood meeting is scheduled where applicants present designs and gather feedback from the neighborhood.
  2. The second neighborhood meeting will be scheduled after the applicant submits to the Town. The applicant will present changes that might have been made since the first meeting took place, as well as gather additional feedback from the neighborhood. The original submittal may change after several rounds of Town staff review.
  3. A third meeting is scheduled to allow an applicant to present the final version of the project prior to public hearings. Smaller projects, with few changes, may require fewer meetings.

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1. When are neighborhood meetings required?
2. How many neighborhood meetings will there be?
3. How do I schedule a neighborhood meeting?
4. What kind of Public Notice is required?
5. What is required of an applicant during and after a neighborhood meeting?
6. What is needed to provide to the Town?