What is early NNI notification?
Applications submitted to the Planning Commission (Rezones, Planned Developments and Special Uses) require a pre-application conference with staff at least two weeks prior to the next application deadline. If these projects fall within the boundary of a registered neighborhood, early notification is sent to the designated neighborhood contact person to encourage communication between applicants and neighborhoods in advance of submittal deadlines. Sometimes applicants do not move forward with the application process after their pre-application conference. As such, early notification is only sent to the neighborhood contact person to forward on to their neighborhood as they see fit.

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1. Who can sign up for NNI (Neighborhood Notification Initiative) notifications?
2. What kinds of projects are sent through the NNI?
3. What information is included in NNI notifications?
4. When do I receive NNI notifications?
5. What is the difference between NNI neighborhoods and overlay areas?
6. What is early NNI notification?
7. Will my email address be accessible to all members of the NNI?
8. How do I register my neighborhood with the NNI?
9. Who defines the boundaries of a neighborhood for the NNI?
10. When is a petition required to register a neighborhood with the NNI?