The Charlotte UDO will update and combine into one document the regulations that guide growth and development in Charlotte. Since the UDO will be a primary tool for implementing the vision of the Charlotte Future 2040 Comprehensive Plan, we are seeking the community's feedback on this first draft. Thank you for your interest in the Charlotte UDO!
The UDO includes 40 separate articles covering different standards that regulate the development of property in Charlotte. We have grouped these articles by topic and invite you to explore and provide feedback on those that interest you most. The UDO includes standards for:
- Ordinance Introduction
- Zoning Districts and Standards
- Stormwater & Natural Resources
- Subdivision, Streets & Other Infrastructure
- UDO Administration
If for any reason you would like to comment in a non-digital format, please call 311 or contact us at [email protected].
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READ AND COMMENT ON THE UDO BY TOPIC
Visit the pages linked below to download relevant articles of the UDO and submit comments!
UDO SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS
The UDO has several accompanying documents and manuals to provide additional standards that support the UDO. View these documents by topic area here.
First Public Draft Release
OCT 7, 2021
The public draft was developed by the City of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County staff, with feedback from its Ordinance Advisory Committee and consultant support from Camiros, Ltd.
First Draft Review Period
OCT 7, 2021 - MAR 18, 2022
Comments on the first draft of the UDO will be accepted through March 18, 2022.
Public Hearing (2nd) Draft Release
This is the draft for community comment at the public hearing before City Council and the Planning Commission.
Planning Committee Recommendation
The Planning Committee of the Planning Commission will recommend changes for a fourth draft.
Adoption (3rd) Draft Release
The fourth draft of the UDO will be developed based on the recommendation of the Planning Commission.
City Council Decision
This fourth draft will be considered and voted on by City Council.