If my neighbor's property is rezoned, does that mean my property will be rezoned?

No. For your property to be rezoned, you would need to make a request to rezone your property to the Community Development Department, attend a formal pre-application meeting with County staff, and pay a fee when you submit a formal application for a rezoning.

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1. Why did I receive a letter from Community Development but my next door neighbor did not?
2. If my neighbor's property is rezoned, does that mean my property will be rezoned?
3. How can I tell my neighbor how I feel about this proposed rezoning application and learn more about it?
4. How can I participate in the rezoning process?
5. What is a Neighborhood Meeting?
6. Does my participation in these meetings matter?
7. How can I learn more about the Planning Commission and Board of Supervisors meetings, to include my options for public comment?