Public Noticing Requirements
Future Land Use map (FLUM) Amendments, Rezoning, and Major Site Plan (New & Amendments) applications are subject to the city's Public Noticing Requirements. Pursuant to City of Boynton Beach Ordinance 04-007 and 05-004, no quasi-judicial proceeding shall proceed until proof of notice of the proceeding, in affidavit form, has been filed with the Office of the City Clerk and copied to Planning and Zoning. Proof of notice must include the name and address of each property owner to whom notice was mailed and a photograph of each sign posted, as hereinafter required. The following notices must be paid for and provided by the applicant:
The applicant shall mail (by first class mail) a notice of public hearing to the Planning and Zoning Division, and to all individuals and associations owning or having control over land located within 400 feet of the boundary line of the subject property for which the quasi-judicial hearing is required. All notices shall be mailed and postmarked no less than 10 calendar days before the public hearing.
One sign for each street frontage of the property shall be posted no less than 10 calendar days prior to the hearing. More than one sign may be needed depending upon size of property and number of entry drives. The sign shall be legible from a distance of 100 feet and shall contain a description of the approval being sought, the date, time and location of the hearing, and a statement that the application being considered is available for inspection in the Development Department of the City of Boynton Beach.
When a quasi-judicial hearing is tabled or continued at the request of an applicant, re-notice of the hearing shall be provided by the applicant in the same manner as original notice.
City Technical Support at Public Meetings
- Applicants who wish to utilize City electronic media equipment for presentations at City Commission public hearings must notify the Planning and Zoning Department representative at least four weeks prior to the scheduled meeting;
- The notification is to include the scope of support to be provided, including the corresponding agenda item, type of media, materials and equipment needed, along with contact information for the applicant;
- The department representative will notify the ITS Department at least two working days prior to the Commission Meeting to schedule technical support;
- A copy of the items to be presented must be delivered to The ITS Department no later than 5 pm on the working day preceding the Commission Meeting. At the conclusion of the meeting, these items will be returned to the department representative who originated the request;
- In the event that media or materials are defective, ITS Department will notify department representative by noon of the day of the meeting.
- At least thirty minutes prior to the Commission Meeting, non-city individual will meet with I.T.S. Department representative to finalize procedures.