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Rezoning R-2011-01 Edneyville Community Plan Proposed Zoning Map Amendments

Ednevyille Community Proposed Zoning Map Amendments

Acreage: 890 Acres
Location: Edneyville Community
Existing Zoning: Multiple (See below)
Requested Zoning: Multiple (See below)
Applicant: Henderson County as a result of the Edneyville Community Plan

Detailed Maps & Proposed District Changes

Please click on the following links to access a detailed map of the current and proposed zoning.

Official Zoning (Current)Proposed Zoning
  1. Official Zoning (Current)
  2. Proposed Zoning

To view the proposed zoning changes using Henderson County GoMaps please Click Here. You may then turn the "Edneyville Proposed Zoning" layer (Under "Map Layers" > "Planning / Development) on and off to view the current/proposed zoning changes in comparison.

Proposed Zoning Changes:

Local Commercial (LC) Zoning Map Amendments.
The LC (Local Commercial) zoning district allows for limited commercial and residential (single-family included) uses.

  1. Fruitland Rd/US Highway 64 E Intersection (Area A): The area surrounding the intersection of Fruitland Road and US Highway 64 East is proposed to be rezoned LC (Local Commercial) from existing R1 (Residential One) and R2R (Residential Two Rural) zoning districts.
  2. Along US Highway 64 E (Area B): The area along US Highway 64 East from existing LC (Local Commercial) zoning and extending northeast along the northern portion of US Highway 64 East to the property containing Cloud Nine. The area is currently zoned R2R (Residential Two Rural).
  3. Along Fruitland Rd (Area C): The area along Fruitland Road from Fiesta Lane extending northeast along both sides of Fruitland Road to its intersection with Terry’s Gap Road, and extending then south and southeast along South Mills Gap Road. The area is currently zoned R2R (Residential Two Rural) and R3 (Residential Three).
  4. Along Gilliam Rd (Area C): The area along Gilliam Road beginning south of Fruitland Baptist Institute and extending southeast along the western side of Gilliam Road to Arabian Lane. The area is currently zoned R2R (Residential Two Rural).
  5. Along US Highway 64 E (Area C): The area along US Highway 64 East between Townsend Road and Gilliam Road, expanding existing LC (Local Commercial) zoning further north; additionally, extending existing LC (Local Commercial) zoning to the property northeast of the intersection of US Highway 64 East and Gilliam Road. The area is currently zoned R2R (Residential Two Rural).
  6. Along US Highway 64 E (Area D): The area along US Highway 64 East, east of its intersection with Laycock Road, extending existing LC (Local Commercial) zoning to the south. The area is currently zoned R2R (Residential Two Rural).
  7. Along US Highway 64 E (Area E): The area along US Highway 64 East at its intersection with St. Pauls Road, extending existing LC (Local Commercial) zoning to the north, east and west. The area is currently zoned R2R (Residential Two Rural).

Office Institutional (OI) Zoning Map Amendments.
The OI (Office Institutional) zoning district allows for o ffice and institutional uses and multifamily residential uses.

  1. Fruitland Rd/Gilliam Rd/S Mills Gap Rd Intersection (Area C): The area extending south from Fruitland Road and including parcels containing the Fruitland Baptist Institute and neighboring parcels to the south and west in residential use. The area is currently zoned R2R (Residential Two Rural). This map amendment would create a single OI (Office Institutional) zoning district in the Planning Area.

Community Commercial (CC) Zoning Map Amendments.
The CC (Community Commercial) zoning district allows for community and neighborhood scale commercial uses and multifamily residential uses.

  1. US Highway 64 E and South Mills Gap Rd Intersection (Area D): Several parcels north and south of US Highway 64 East, extending west and east of its intersection with South Mills Gap Road. The area is currently zoned LC (Local Commercial). This map amendment would create a single CC (Community Commercial) zoning district in the Planning Area.

Residential One (R1) Zoning Map Amendments.
The R1 (Residential One) zoning district allows for residential uses (single-family and multifamily) at
high densities.

  1. Chestnut Gap Rd to Lancaster Rd/Fruitland Rd (Area F): The area west of Chestnut Gap Road and Lancaster Road/Fruitland Road and several parcels northeast of the intersection of US Highway 64 East and Fruitland Road, extending the existing R1 (Residential One) zoning applied at Apple Valley Middle and North Henderson High. The proposed expansion extends beyond the Edneyville Planning Area to the west in order to prevent spot zoning. The R1 (Residential One) boundary is parcel specific, intended to largely follow the Urban Services Area boundary prescribed by the Henderson County 2020 Comprehensive Plan. The area is currently zoned R2R (Residential Two Rural).

Planning Board and TRC Review

The Technical Review Committee (TRC) considered the request at its May 3, 2011 meeting (See Request #R-2011-01 TRC Agenda Item) and provided a favorable recommendation. The Planning Board considered the request at its May 19, 2011 meeting (See Request #R-2011-01 Planning Board Agenda Item) and provided a favorable recommendation. The Board of Commissioners will thereafter consider the request.