Yes – an outside organization or individual may apply to utilize certain public streets using our “Special Event Application.”
Yes – an outside organization or individual may apply to hold an event on public property using our “Special Event Application”
The 2018 Comprehensive Land Use Plan (along with other adopted plans) can be found online at: https://www.cityofbelmont.org/adopted-plans-and-maps/ The City also has Word and PDF versions of the 2018 Comprehensive Land Use Plan available for consultant use. An ESRI Layer Package of sidewalks, multi-use paths, and off-road lines is also available.
• Please find further clarification of city expectations in each of the sections as follows. Please note that the scope should include updates to all sections as needed to reflect the collective feedback received from our community, but staff specifically anticipates the following: Land Use– This section is existing, but should be updated. See notes on … Continued
While the City has an attorney that will review the final document prior to adoption, the consultant is expected to understand the requirements of N.C.G.S. 160-D and other applicable regulations and prepare a plan update in compliance with North Carolina requirements for long-range plans.
A refreshed branding/graphic presentation is preferred to distinguish the plan update from the 2018 Comprehensive Land Use Plan. Branding should incorporate Belmont’s new city-wide branding (link to Brand Guidebook here), but the plan itself should have its own identity that can be used throughout the public engagement process.
The City of Belmont acknowledges that the original deadline for question submission and city response was unclear. Accordingly, staff has extended both deadlines as follows: – Deadline for Questions: Thursday, November 9, 2023 – City Responses: Wednesday, November 15, 2023.
IMPORTANT UPDATE: THERE WILL NOT BE A FORMAL PUBLIC BID OPENING. While a formal public bid opening was previously scheduled for 2pm on November 22nd, the City has learned that this is not required based on the nature of the work requested in the RFP and has therefore been eliminated from the project schedule. Proposals … Continued
The City of Belmont will review all proposals received, and then utilize the following process for consultant selection: Selection Committee Review Consultants will be notified by Friday, December 1, 2023 if selected for an interview. Planning Board Interview: Selected Consultants are asked to interview with Planning Board (tentatively December 14, 2023; final date to be … Continued
The Fiscal impact analysis within the Comprehensive Land Use Plan is at minimum intended to demonstrate how each land use impacts municipal finances (costs and revenue), and how these land uses impact the city’s ability to provide for public services During the preparation of this analysis, the Capital Improvements Plan should be considered to ensure … Continued