PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT
Property owners that are interested in rezoning property or having their property annexed into the city should contact our Director of Planning & Development Shawn Putnam. Requests for rezoning must be submitted at least 21 calendar days prior to the date of a Planning Commission meeting to be considered at that meeting. The Planning Commission will conduct a public hearing and recommend approval or denial of the request. City Council then will consider the recommendation and approve or deny the request.
SubdivisionsSubdivisions are approved by either the City Planner or Planning Commission depending on the number of new lots and the location of the property. Any request for a subdivision including more than five (5) lots, located in the Camden National Register Historic District, Kendall Mill National Register Historic District, or designated as a Historic Property by City Council must be approved by the Planning Commission. Contact Director of Planning & Development Shawn Putnam for more information. Apply to develop a new subdivision here.
Land Development & PlatsPlats for recording are approved by Director of Planning & Development Shawn Putnam. Plats must meet the requirements for final plats in Section 156.033 of the Land Development Regulations. Find our land development application here.
Other ResourcesSee our District Overlay and Land Use maps, as part of our Comprehensive Plan. Learn about our Design Guidelines See if your property is within Camden City Limits See if your property is a registered Historic Property
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