Who receives a notification letter about a requested zoning action?

Not all zoning actions require a notification letter to be sent. In instances where notification letters are sent, they are sent to the property owners around the subject property. Various zoning actions require various notification distances. For example, a zone change request for a 1-acre property has a notification distance of 200 feet while a Conditional Use request in the unincorporated county has a notification distance of 1,000 feet. These notification distances can be found with the application form for each zoning action. These forms are found on the Application Forms page.

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1. Can I submit a Protest Petition for a rezoning application where the Planning Commission has recommended denial?
2. How are cases decided?
3. What does the Current Plans Division do?
4. What does the red Development Application sign in my neighborhood mean?
5. What if I object to the Planning Commission recommendation?
6. What is the Historic Preservation Board (HPB)?
7. What is the Metropolitan Area Planning Commission (MAPC)?
8. What is the purpose of a District Advisory Board (DAB) recommendation on a zoning case?
9. What is the purpose of a Metropolitan Area Planning Commission recommendation?
10. What is the Subdivision Committee?
11. What is the Wichita-Sedgwick County Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA)?
12. When and how would I make public comment on a zoning case?
13. When and where does the Planning Commission meet?
14. Where are cases advertised for public hearing?
15. Who receives a notification letter about a requested zoning action?
16. Why did I receive a letter from the Planning Department about a requested zoning action and what does it mean?
17. Do Subdivision Plats require Public Notification?