Greenville-Spartanburg Airport Environs
The airport environs enabling legislation was created via state statute in 1995 for the purpose of assuring land uses compatible with airport operations. The 1995 legislation created the airport environs area and the Greenville-Spartanburg Airport Environs Planning Commission, a board separately constituted from the Greenville-Spartanburg Airport Commission. The Greenville-Spartanburg Airport Environs Planning Commission is charged with the development of a land use plan for the Airport Environs area, updating the land use plan as necessary, and monitoring the administration and compliance with the plan by Greenville County, Spartanburg County, and the City of Greer.
Environs Overlay District
To find out if your property is subject to the Environs Overlay District, please visit the applicable Geographic Information System (GIS).
If your property is located in the Airport Environs Area, a Proposed Development & Land Use Application must be submitted before beginning any construction or any change of tenant or use of a particular parcel of property located within the Airport Environs Area. This is to ensure the proposed land use or development will be consistent with the provisions of the Greenville-Spartanburg Airport Environs Area Zoning Ordinance.
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South Carolina Code of Laws - Section 55-11-230
Department of Defense - Air Installations Compatible Use Zones (AICUZ) Instructions
Greenville-Spartanburg Airport Environs Area Zoning Ordinance
Exhibit A - Avigation Easement
Exhibit B - Airport Environs Map and Height Restriction Overlay
Exhibit C - Part 77
Exhibit D - Residential Building Permitting Requirements for Variance
Exhibit E - Appeals and Variance Procedure
Exhibit F - Fees
Greenville-Spartanburg Airport Environs Board of Zoning Appeals - 2022 Hearing & Meeting Dates