Information for Property Owners, Residents, Town Officials, and Visitors
Pineville Planning and Zoning Department responds to the questions and concerns of property owners, residents, and town officials regarding the development and use of land. Planning and Zoning Department staff work on a variety of issues including the day-to day enforcement and compliance of town ordinances, creating policies on community growth, and developing long-range planning goals for a sustainable future. The department also provides assistance to the Planning Board, Board of Adjustment and Town Council for issues related to re-zonings, zoning text amendments, subdivision regulations, variances, land use plans, and similar activities. If you are interested in serving on one of these boards, please click here for an application.
QUESTION: I would like to apply for ABC license approval what do I do?
Answer: There are TWO forms needed for an ABC beverage license. These two forms are the zoning approval and local opinion form. These forms can be found under the “Forms” tab link in the dark green bar at the top of this page. Please fill out and complete BOTH forms to the Planning Department or Town Clerk. The Zoning form also requires building and fire inspectors which are obtained through Meckenburg County. You are welcome to begin with building, fire, or zoning first. Zoning approval for requests within Pineville municipal limits must be approved through Town authorized representative. The order of signatures is not important so long as all are obtained prior to final submittal. We can only assist or complete applications for locations within the incorporated limits of the Town of Pineville.
QUESTION: I want to put up a sign what do I do?
Answer: Please contact us for zoning regulations and permitting needs before installation to avoid code enforcement. Please have address, width of building frontage, and size of all signs readily available. You will need Pineville zoning compliance and most often formal permitting with a licensed contractor for Mecklenburg County.
QUESTION: I would like to have a yard sale or temporary outdoor sales event what do I do?
Answer: Please click forms at the top of this page and then click temporary event/yard sale permit and see additional information. Note: for temporary events with tents you will most likely need to speak with the County Fire Marshall office for applicable tent fire safety requirements.
QUESTION: I live along Lancaster Highway with a Pineville zipcode am I within Pineville Town limits?
Answer: No. Zipcode is independent from municipal limits. The neighborhoods West of Lancaster Highway (including Cardinal Woods, Danby, Lamplighter, Woodside Falls, Southcrest, Winghurst, Strathmore, and Glenfinnan) to Providence Rd West are unincorporated Mecklenburg County. Please call Mecklenburg County for all inquiries in this area. Similarly; properties along Park Road by the Hospital including Willow Ridge, John’s Towne, and Willowhurst have a Charlotte zipcode but are within Pineville Town Limits.
New manufacturing facility is technological flagship for IPEX and industry Pineville, North Carolina, July 21, 2021 – IPEX is excited to announce a major investment in a new state-of-the-art injection […]
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