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Resolutions

printer-friendly Complete Streets Resolution - 8/9/10
printer-friendly Resolution Concerning Green Construction for Future Public Buildings - 9/24/07
printer-friendly Resolution Adopting LEED Standards as Novi's Official Green Building Criteria - 9/24/07

Ordinance Updates

Recently Updated Ordinances

Code of Ordinances
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        Commonly Accessed Ordinances:
        Chapter 36 - Waterways
        Chapter 37 - Woodlands Protection

Zoning Ordinance
The City of Novi Zoning Ordinance has been reorganized and reformatted to be more user-friendly and accessible. Hyper-links are provided throughout the document as well as undated graphics to clearly illustrate the text and definitions.

Master Plan for Land Use Review 2015

2010 Master Plan for Land Use and Master Plan Review

Master Plan for Land Use Review 2008

Non-Motorized Master Plan

printer-friendly Site Plan & Development Manual

Common Household Ordinances

Planned Rezoning Overlay Ordinance

Sign Ordinance

Soliciting Ordinance (Please note that the Soliciting Ordinance is administered by the Police Department, not Community Development. Please call 248-348-7100 for questions related to this ordinance.)

Seasonal Outdoor Seating for Businesses

Regulate Utilities Work in Public Rights-of-Way

Performance Guarantees Ordinance Amendment

Novi City Council took yet another step towards enhancing economic development in the area by streamlining the process of accepting public utilities after voting to approve the Performance Guarantees Ordinance Amendment to the Novi Code of Ordinances Chapter 26.5 on April 2, 2007.

The Performance Guarantees Ordinance Amendment shifts the process of acceptance of public utilities for both residential and commercial developments within the City to an administrative process. The administrative procedure will require the approval of the city engineer and the city attorney in order for City acceptance of water main and/or sanitary sewer improvements and the additional right-of-way required for some projects, bypassing the previously mandatory City Council review and approval.  The previous code required City Council acceptance of public utilities before a temporary certificate of occupancy could be issued.

This amendment will not change the requirements concerning the acceptance of public streets. City Council acceptance of public streets will continue to be required at substantial completion of a project.

printer-friendly The Amendment As It Appeared As An Agenda Item