The Christiansburg Town Council will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, May 11, 2021 at 7:00 PM in the Council Chambers of the Christiansburg Town Hall, 100 E. Main Street, Christiansburg, Virginia 24073. The purpose of the public hearing is to receive public comments concerning:
- A request by JBC Properties, LLC, to rezone approximately 4.82 acres of a 5.311-acre parcel from A, Agricultural to R-1, Single-Family Residential. The subject property is located at 345 John Lemley Lane, S.E. and is identified as Tax Map 502-((17))-23 (Parcel ID 120239). The property is designated as Residential on the Future Land Use Map of the 2013 Christiansburg Comprehensive Plan.
- A request by New River United Soccer Association for a Conditional Use Permit to operate a club soccer facility within the A, Agricultural zoning district. The subject property is approximately 4.901 acres in size, located at 1200 Buffalo Drive, N.W. and is identified as Tax Map Number 556-((A))-84 (Parcel ID 111028). The property is designated as Residential on the Future Land Use Map of the 2013 Christiansburg Comprehensive Plan.
Town Hall will be open and available to receive public comment in-person at the time of this Public Hearing. Additionally, the meeting will be streamed live on the Town of Christiansburg’s YouTube channel at www.christiansburg.org/
youtube and will remain on the Town’s YouTube page once the meeting concludes. For information on contactless methods for submitting public comment, please visit www.christiansburg.org/
Copies of the applications are available for review at the following link: www.christiansburg.org/
publichearings. A copy of the applications, the Town’s Zoning Map, Zoning Ordinance, and Future Land Use Map may be viewed in the Planning Department Office, 100 E. Main Street, Christiansburg, VA 24073 during normal office hours of 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Contact Margaret Barden, Planning Director, at
(540) 382-6120 ext. 1117
or by email at mbarden@christiansburg.
org with any questions or if you require reasonable accommodations.