The Harnett County Planning Department is pleased to announce that we will be offering surveyors, and individuals alike a new service that will streamline some of our current review processes. Planning has been working with other agencies within the County who also review these plats to try to provide a service that will lessen many of the steps associated with our reviews. As many of you know, for Minor Subdivision approval there are four County agencies that review these plats, Emergency 911 Addressing, Environmental Health, Public Utilities, Planning Services and NCDOT. Under the new process, instead of visiting all four departments for approval you can submit your project Packet with Planning Services and await comments or approval. If you would like to have NCDOT approve digitally we can now do that as well (Please allow extra time for NCDOT approval).
What are the advantages to this process?
How does it work?
Simply submit projects either by hand, or electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org, they will be processed by a planning tech, assigned an HTE number, and submitted to all other applicable departments. Shortly there after you will be notified and given an HTE tacking number so you the customer have immediate access to each approval during this process. When all new projects are submitted to the appropriate departments, the applicant will receive an HTE number that can be used to reference the status of your project at any time via the County's Click2gov website
What do I bring/submit?
What happens after County approval?
This is a new process so there may be some questions along the way. If you are having trouble viewing or accessing certain information, please contact the Planning Department so we can work toward resolving your issue.