Holiday Island City Planning Commission Services
Services and Responsibilities of the City Planning Commission
City Planning Commission adopts and recommends Planning and Zoning Regulations to the City Council for adopting by Ordinance
The City of Holiday Island chose to engage in Planning and Zoning, granted by Arkansas statutes, having the authority to plan and enforce development regulations within the Holiday Island planning area. One of the first things the City Planning Commission has done was to establish a Planning Area map. The Planning Area is the region for which the Planning Commission will prepare plans, ordinances, and regulations, that will need approval by the City Council. Holiday Island’s territorial jurisdiction boundaries could extend up to one mile beyond the corporate limits (except where another municipal boundary is less than two miles away), but only has zoning authority inside the municipal limits.
Following the adoption of the Planning Area map, the Land Use Plan and the Road & Street Map were adopted. The map illustrates the current roads and streets within Holiday Island and various features.
The next step in planning was to establish land use Zoning Regulations that the City will use to determine how new construction and development, both residential and commercial, fits within Holiday Island.