Town of Angier, North Carolina
Planning & Zoning 
 
 
Planning & Zoning

Welcome to the Planning and Zoning Department. We’re preparing for Angier’s quality future growth with land use and transportation plans, protection of the natural environment, and other initiatives. We review development projects, including rezoning proposals, subdivision requests, and site plans. The Planning Department provides recommendations and technical information to Town Boards. It is our philosophy that we value the customer and we are service oriented. We balance the needs of our diverse community, take pride in our work and are dedicated to improving the quality of life in Angier.

Applications for zoning, building and sign permits along with the requirements for residential and commercial plans may be found under the "Forms - Building Inspections" tab at left.

Applications for site plan review, special-use permits, rezonings and variances may be found under the "Forms - Planning" tab at left.

All applications may be directly e-mailed to sjohnson@angier.org, faxed to 919.639.6130, or delivered to the Planning Department at Angier Town Hall.

Payment for applications and permits may be made by credit card over the phone or by cash or check made payable to: The Town of Angier.

The Town's Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) may be accessed by the link found at the left of your screen under the "Ordinance - Unified Development Ordinance."

Contact Planning and Permitting Technician Sean Johnson directly at 919.331.6702 for information.

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Important Announcements
Contacting the Town of Angier's Planning/Permitting Technician

To alleviate the switchboard, Planning and Permitting Technician Sean Johnson may be reached directly at 919.331.6702.


Please note that there were only three Planning Board Meetings held during 2015 - May 19, Sept. 8 and Dec. 8, 2015. Thus far, during 2016, there was no February Planning Board meeting nor will there be a June Planning Board meeting.

Angier Comprehensive Transportation Plan Approved

Officials in Angier unanimously approved the town's Comprehensive Pedestrian Plan, a project that has span 18 months in planning. This plan aims to increase the connectivity of local venues, the town's quality of life while ensuring the safety of residents. For details, read the approved July 1, 2014, Board of Commissioners' minutes.



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