How can I stay informed about projects being proposed in Clemson?
We invite and encourage citizen participation in all aspects of our government. There are many ways to stay informed.
Sign up for our citywide e-mails. This includes special announcements, meeting reminders, and other happenings. To join the mailing list click here.
Visit the City website regularly and review the calendar of upcoming meetings and read the agendas for those meetings. The agendas identify when a project is up for review or discussion by the various boards, commissions, and councils.
In addition, the agendas for all meetings of the Board of Architectural Review, Planning Commission, and Board of Zoning Appeals are advertised in the Journal and physically posted at the information kiosks at City Hall.
How can I voice my opinion on projects taking place in Clemson?
The City of Clemson staff cares deeply about your concerns and ideas. The most meaningful vehicle for public input is to attend and participate in the meetings of the various boards, commissions, and councils. Most City meeting have a public input component. In addition, all major projects have at least one public input session designed specifically to solicit public opinion.
Can I review drawings that have been submitted for a project in Clemson?
Once a project has been submitted for approval by any of the boards, commissions, or councils those drawings become public record and are available for review by anyone who wishes to see them. In many cases the drawings or plans can be viewed on the City website. In other cases the drawings are too large, numerous, or otherwise unavailable for on-line viewing and must be viewed by appointment at the Planning and Codes Department. To make an appointment call 864-653-2050.
Where can I view a copy of the city codes and ordinances?
To view the complete City Zoning Ordinance click here.