What is a local historic district?

A local historic district is a type of zoning applied by the City Council or Board of County Commissioners to an area of special significance in terms of its history, prehistory, architecture, and/or culture, that possesses integrity of design, setting, materials, feeling, and association (as per NCGS 160A-400.3).
Published on: 2017-10-26 See other articles in Planning, Zoning, Historic.