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Town of Vienna Rolls Out New, Online Development Activity Map

Anyone interested in the status of developments around the Town of Vienna is in luck — the town recently created an online development activity map.

The map groups planning and zoning applications by whether they are under review, approved or under construction/completed.

Here’s a breakdown of what those categories mean, according to the town’s website:

Under Review — Staff has received an application for rezoning, conditional use permit, site plan modification, subdivision, etc. and is reviewing for compliance with the Town Code, Comprehensive Plan, and State Code. Depending on the application type, the project also may  be subject to review by one or more of the following: Board of Architectural Review, Board of Zoning Appeals, Planning Commission, Town Council.

Approved — Application has received final approval from staff or the appropriate board or commission.

Under Construction/Completed — Approved application is under construction or recently completed.

People can access the map by clicking on “Development Activity” on the town website’s homepage.

The tool lets people find projects by clicking geographic markers on the map or by selecting a project image icon. The map also includes information about upcoming board and commission meetings and links to documents.

Image via Town of Vienna

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