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FAQ Topic: Planning and Zoning
You can report a minimum housing violation online here or by contacting the city’s code enforcement officer via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 704-829-4024.
To obtain a golf cart permit call Belmont’s Code Enforcement Officer at 704-829-4024 and schedule an inspection. The Code Enforcement Officer will inspect and accept the $25 permit fee and $5 decal fee.
Driving golf carts on some city streets is permissible if you obtain a permit and follow the city regulations. The rules and regulations for golf cart operations in the city can be found on our website here. You can apply for a golf cart permit through our website here, by mail, or by visiting the … Continued
Yes. Both residential and commercial alarm systems are required to be registered with the City of Belmont’s Police Department. This permit is very important and aids the police department in responding to alarms within the city by providing them the contact information for the owners and alarm company. You can view the alarm system ordinance … Continued
It is important to provide the code enforcement officer good information to aid them in carrying out the initial inspection. Information needed include the address or good description of the location, details of what violation you are reporting, and a picture if available. Pictures can be included in reporting by email to email@example.com, through the … Continued
There are a couple of ways to report a possible code violation. First you may want to contact the city’s code enforcement officer by email firstname.lastname@example.org or 704-616-6733 to discuss or report the issue. You can also report a code violation by texting 704-859-2354.
Before any transportation plans are finalized, the public will have the opportunity to participate by providing public comment and/or participating in community engagement efforts. These opportunities will be posted on our website and social media pages.
The LYNX Silver Line is a proposed 26-mile light rail line that is part of CATS 2030 Corridor System Plan. The line stretches from the Town of Matthews, through Center City, into the City of Belmont. More information on this project can be found on the City of Charlotte website.
The City of Belmont has several great places for hiking and biking, including but not limited to, the Seven Oaks Preserve Trail and Rocky Branch Park. You can also check out our new Belmont GO app offering free maps, guides, and tours around the City. You can download the Belmont Go App in the Apple … Continued