Zoning Board of Adjustment
Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA)
The Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA) is a City Council-appointed, quasi-judicial board that considers appeals in zoning matters and may recommend granting special exemptions or variances for non-conforming land uses. The Board is comprised of citizen appointees: five regular members and two alternates.
The Zoning Board of Adjustment schedules appeals within a reasonable time, and notifies the public at least 10 days prior to a hearing. Property owners located within 200 feet of the property on which the appeal is made are mailed hearing notices.
The Zoning Board of Adjustment meets when requests for variances are submitted. Once an application is submitted, the Planning Department schedules a meeting. ZBA Meetings are typically held on in the Wright Room at the Harris Community Center.
ZBA Agenda and Minutes
See the table below to access recent agendas and minutes for Zoning Board of Adjustment meetings.
The agendas and minutes for the Planning & Zoning Commission, Historic Preservation Commission and Belton City Council are located on their respective pages.
The agendas and minutes from all other boards are located on the Other Agendas and Minutes page.
|June 7 - No Quorum||Agenda||Packet||Minutes||Audio|
|Sept. 9||Agenda||Packet|| Minutes