The Perry Land Development Ordinance (PLDO) regulates the land use, the location and use of buildings, and other site improvements. In addition, it regulates the construction of public facilities and private improvements related to the development of land in the City of Perry. It contains the city’s regulations governing zoning, subdivision of land, parking, signs, landscaping, and environmental regulations.
For further information, please contact Bryan Wood, Director of Community Development.
The entire PLDO can be found at Municode.
The Perry City Council will hold a public hearing on December 5, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. in Perry City Hall, 1211 Washington Street, to receive comments regarding the Perry Land Development Ordinance (PLDO) Re-organization and Update. The PLDO is proposed to be re-organized into nine Articles: General Provisions; Administration; Establishment of Zoning Districts; Use Regulations; Measurements and Dimensional Standards; Design and Development Standards; Stormwater Management; Nonconforming Uses and Situations; and Enforcement. Except as listed below, requirements in the existing PLDO have not been changed, but only been moved to a new section of the code.
The following regulations are proposed to be modified: Definitions in section 1-13; Use Regulations in Article 4; Off-street Parking and Loading standards in section 6-1; Landscaping, Buffering and Screening standards in section 6-3; Tree Protection standards in section 6-4; Nonconforming Uses and Situations in Article 9; and Enforcement in Article 10.
The proposed PLDO is available for review by clicking on the articles below or in the Community Development Office at Perry City Hall, 1211 Washington Street Monday thru Friday from 8am to 5pm.