Any landscape and lighting that will be installed for your project must meet the standards in the Rock Hill Zoning Ordinance (RHZO). A landscape and lighting plan is required to be approved before the building permit can be issued for your project. We recommend that the landscape and lighting plan be included with the Civil Construction Plans to ensure there is no delay in issuing the building permit. If the landscape and lighting plan is not included with the Civil Construction Plans, a separate Landscape/Lighting Plan must be submitted and approved before the building permit can be issued. The landscape and lighting plans must be submitted together to verify there are no conflicts between the two.
The following information is available to assist you. Please contact Kathy Paterniti for further assistance.
Landscape and Lighting Plan Checklist
Electrical Load Data Form
Electrical Permit Information
Landscape Approved Materials List
Lighting Standards, Article 6, Section 6-700, Zoning Ordinance
Tree and Vegetation Protection Checklist
Landscape and Lighting Plans should be submitted to the Permit Application Center for review. Plan review may take up to 10 business days. When the review is complete you will be notified by email. Plans can be submitted online.
City Installed Light Fixture IES Files