A re-zoning is an official change in the way that properties can be used and developed i.e. – change from a residential zoning classification to a commercial zoning classification.
FAQ Topic: Zoning
For questions concerning the establishment of a business, please visit the division of Signs and Licenses on the first floor of the Warren Hood Building located at 200 South President Street, Jackson, MS 39205. Once there, please ask for a Business Entrepreneur Assistance Team (B.E.A.T.) coach to help you navigate the business licensing process.
For questions concerning the building or rebuilding of structures, please visit the City of Jackson’s Office of the Site Plan Coordinator on the second floor of the Hood Building located at 200 South President Street, Jackson, MS 39205 or call 601.960.2253.
For questions concerning the zoning of property, please visit the City of Jackson’s Zoning Office on the second floor of the Hood Building located at 200 South President Street, Jackson, MS 39205 or call 601.960.2037.
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Land and buildings no longer needed by the City of Jackson may be acquired through the bid process or by prior agreement with the City to purchase the property at fair market value as determined by the average of three appraisals. Under normal circumstances, the City will not declare such property surplus until after a … Continued
To find out information regarding the zoning of a parcel of land, call 601.960.2037 or visit the City of Jackson Zoning Department on the second floor of the Hood Building located at 200 S. President Street, Jackson, MS 32905.
For a comprehensive list of available properties, please contact the Office of the Secretary of State at 601.359.1350 or send a written correspondence to P.O. Box 136, Jackson, MS 39205. Additionally, you can find more information here. If suitable property is found that is currently tax-forfeited property owned by the State, you may contact the … Continued