The City-County Planning Board holds meetings on the second Thursday of each month at 100 E. First Street in the Bryce Stuart Municipal Building in the Public Meeting Room on the 5th floor. Meetings begin at 4:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted on Planning's online calendar, however; citizens interested in speaking in support or opposition to a scheduled public hearing item should arrive between 4:00 and 4:30 p.m. to sign up to speak. Rezonings, Special Use Permits, and UDO (Unified Development Ordinances) Text Amendments are subject to public hearings while preliminary subdivision approvals and Planning Board Review (PBR) items do not require a public hearing. Citizens are welcome to attend these public meetings.
Current month agenda book [pdf/9.35mb/104p] includes full draft reports and details of the items being presented to the Planning Board. NOTE: File size may exceed 10MB. Posted the Friday before the Planning Board Public Hearing date.
Planning Board's 2018 calendar [pdf/44kb/1p] and 2019 calendar [pdf/50kb/1p] of Significant Dates - lists important deadlines, including public hearings
Planning Board Agendas page - lists previous agendas, beginning in 2012
Zoning Archives page - lists zoning reports or UDO text amendments from previous years, starting in 2000
IDT Plans digital submission portal link
City-County Planning Board Cases by Month
Current year's agendas, maps, staff reports, minutes and public hearing details may be viewed by clicking the desired month in the Zoning Cases table below.
Scroll all the way through the linked PDF file to see all the cases listed for the month.
Posting of Materials
- The information sheet describing the month's cases will be posted as soon as it is available, usually the Wednesday after filing deadline, which is the second Monday of the month.
- Initial location maps are posted on the Friday following filing deadline.
- Staff reports are posted the Friday before the Planning Board public hearing.
Please keep in mind that when any pages or files are overwritten with new versions, a refresh of your browser (F5) may be necessary to see the changes.
All cases are in PDF format and requires Adobe Reader for viewing. Download a free version of Adobe Reader.
For information regarding
Special Use Permits which are approved by the Winston-Salem City Council, please review the Citizen’s Guide to Evidentiary Hearings [pdf/14.8kb/2p]. Citizens who wish to submit comments in writing on a Special Use Permit being considered by the Winston-Salem City Council may complete and submit the Verified Motion document [pdf/8.48kb/1p].
Contact: Gary Roberts 336-747-7069