City of Washington
Department of Planning and Development
Application for a Subdivision Variance

Page 3: Property Owners Within 100 Feet
List the adjoining property owners within 100 feet of the property in question.
(Note: Where the property is bound by a street, alley, stream, or similar boundary, the land owner across such a boundary shall also be considered an adjoining land owner.)
TO FIND LISTINGS OF ADJOINING PROPERTY OWNERS, FOLLOW THESE STEPS:
  1. Locate the subject property on the map in the City Planning Office and write down the entire parcel number. Be sure to write down the map number, section number, and individual parcel number, in that order (example: 5675-06-3291).
  2. Go to the Beaufort County Land Records Office at 220 N. Market Street, show the attendant the parcel number, and ask the attendant to run off a map of the property that shows the adjacent property for at least 100 feet on all sides. The attendant can look up the owners names, parcel numbers, and addresses for the lots within 100 feet of the subject property, or show you how to find the information on the land records computer.
    Note: In the Beaufort County records, the parcel number is called the "alternate parcel number".
  3. Write down the name(s) of the owners of each of the adjacent lots within 100 feet, the parcel number of the lot, and the owner's entire address below. If no address is listed, make a note to that effect.
PLEASE NOTE: ACCURACY IS VERY IMPORTANT BECAUSE IF SOMEONE WITHIN 100 FEET OF THE PROPERTY IN QUESTION FAILS TO GET NOTIFIED, THE REQUEST MAY BE VOIDED EVEN IF THE CITY COUNCIL VOTES IN YOUR FAVOR.
NAME PARCEL NUMBER ADDRESS
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(USE ADDITIONAL SHEET(S) IF NECESSARY)
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(Signature of the Person Obtaining the Names and Addresses)
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