Below are the ordinances that you will need to consult if you plan to build or remodel/renovate your Seven Devils Property. If you have any questions about these, please feel free to contact us.

Town of Seven Devils - Zoning Map

Town of Seven Devils - Waterline & Hydrant Map

Comprehensive Land Use Plan
Adopted: June 20, 2000
Amended: February 14, 2005, November 9, 2009

Unified Development Ordinance
Adopted: October 8, 2012
Amended: March 11, 2014
Amended: July 8, 2014
Amended: August 11, 2015
Amended: September 13, 2016
Amended: February 14, 2017

Parks and Recreation Ordinance
Adopted: September 13, 2016

Alternative Energy Ordinance
Adopted: March 11, 2014

Wireless Telecommunications Ordinance
Adopted: July 9, 2013

Water Use Ordinance
Adopted: January 14, 2002
Amended: July 12, 2010, Effective July 1, 2010
Amended: April 11, 2011

FY 2017-2018 Budget Ordinance
Adopted: June 13, 2017
FY 2016-2017 Budget Ordinance
Adopted: June 14, 2016

Rules of Procedures for Public Bodies
Adopted: September 13, 2004
Amended: November 8, 2004
Amended: October 8, 2012
Amended: March 11, 2014

Nuisance Ordinance
Adopted: January 8, 2007
Amended: December 14, 2009
Amended: October 8, 2012

Ordinance

Blue Ridge Conservancy Annexation
Brunch Bill

House Number Regulations (E-911)
Properties with habitable structures are required to comply with the E-911 Emergency Response Program according to North Carolina General Statutes 153-A 239.1 and 240.  It is very important that emergency personnel can find you quickly for your own safety and welfare.

The size of the numbers placed on houses needs to be no less than 3½ inches tall. Individual house numbers may be obtained free of charge from Town Hall. The color of the numbers to be placed on the house or structure must be in contrast to the color scheme of the house or building, must be reflective so that the number is clearly visible day or night, and be maintained in a clearly visible manner. The house or building numbers must be located within a three-foot perimeter of a house entrance where they are visible and can be read from the street or road on which it fronts. In the event a building number is not visible for 100 feet from the public street or road on which it fronts or the lot on which the building is located, or is landscaped in such a manner that the numbers cannot be seen from the public street or road, the assigned property number shall also be posted on the property at or near the property line at a driveway entrance or where there is access to the structure. The number may be posted on a rural mailbox if it is located as specified in this paragraph. If on a post, there must be a sign of standard size of 6” x 18” and the numbers on the sign must be reflective. The sign needs to be placed no less than 3 feet high and no higher than 5 feet from the ground, and must be vertical. It is preferable to put a sign at the entrance to the driveway or on the property line, to ensure visibility for faster response to emergencies. It is important that the area of the sign be maintained to keep the sign free of obstructions.

Signs to put at your driveway are available through the Public Safety Committee and may be ordered for $100.00, which includes the 6” x 18” sign (green lettering on white reflective background), a spiral steel pole, and installation. The sign may be ordered vertically for a post or horizontally to put on your structure. The sign only can be ordered for $50. Please make payment out to PBSD. If you have further questions please call or stop by Town Hall to place an order.