NOTICE:  Effective Monday, March 23, City of Creedmoor Mayor Bobby Wheeler and Granville County Board Chair David Smith have issued joint declarations of a State of Emergency in the City of Creedmoor and Granville County.  The emergency declarations reaffirm all previously issued Executive Orders by Governor Roy Cooper, and Mayor Wheeler's declaration reaffirms restrictions put in place by Granville County.

City facilities including City Hall, Community Development Offices, and playground facilities at Lake Rogers Park and Harris Park are closed to the public until further notice.  Visitor access to the Creedmoor Police Dept will be restricted via intercom confirmation of necessity.  Non-essential city personnel will be available through teleworking arrangements during business hours to assist residents by phone or email.   Please call the main line (919) 528-3332, Option 0 or email  Read the joint Declaration.


City Plan 2030

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City Plan 2030
City Plan 2030 presents the cumulative story of Creedmoor's business and neighborhood locations, infrastructure, and the County, State, and Federal policies affecting the City. It forms a valuable tool for new business homebuyers, investors, and developers. Businesses and housing developers can use this document to plan store and office locations and understand Land-Use policies that may favor their type of business.

Planning and Zoning
Two distinct but complimentary pieces of policy affect the future growth, land use, and municipal infrastructure decisions that guide the development of Creedmoor: City Plan 2030 (planning) and the Creedmoor Development Ordinance (zoning). The Plan is represented by this document. It reflects the desires of the Citizens, analysis of our capability to support growth, and any information that staff has found to benefit the future decisions of the City. The plan represents a plausible scenario for "Build-Out," a situation where the City has filled its capacity for new residents and the limits of infrastructure inside the fabric of homes and businesses.

The Plan helps decision makers understand the vector on which land is being used. If the Plan shows an area for residential development and the Zoning Map contains agriculture zoning, the area may be suited for a new neighborhood, but the infrastructure may not yet be ready. A private developer could extend infrastructure to this location and petition the Planning Board for a change in zoning to acknowledge the new infrastructure. Another example may be that an area is zoned in the agricultural district, but the plan supports industrial users in the area. The City may pursue funding and development partners to facilitate the creation of a large employment base that is supported by the NC Department of Commerce's Certified Site Program. While the Zoning Map contains the current conditions and those uses that could be easily established, the City Plan 2030 anticipates the viability and likelihood of new development.

 Blueprint & Pencil

Map 18 Creedmoor Downtown Map

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