City of Charlotte wants your feedback on the Non-Residential Building Code Ordinance

We want your feedback on the NRBC Ordinance

Help shape the look of Charlotte’s businesses by providing feedback on the City of Charlotte NRBC Ordinance.

The City of Charlotte’s Great Neighborhoods Committee is in the process of reviewing and evaluating the city’s current Non-Residential Building Code (NRBC) Ordinance and would like your feedback.

The NRBC Ordinance, which was created in 2009, addresses interior, exterior and property maintenance standards for commercial businesses.

If commercial buildings are not properly maintained, they can have a negative impact on surrounding neighborhoods and businesses. Violations to the NRBC Ordinance can range from buildings open to vagrants and criminal activity to broken windows or major structural issues.

The NRBC Ordinance has not been revised in over a decade. Your thoughts and ideas could help shape Charlotte’s businesses for the next decade to come. Share today.

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