Land Use Code

The Land Use Code (LUC) is a set of regulations that guide how property is used and developed in Wellington. The purpose of the LUC is to protect landowner rights while also looking out for overall community interests. The LUC is a living document that changes over time to respond to new information and the needs of the community. The Planning Commission, Town staff, and subject matter experts are currently updating the Land Use Code to align with the community's. Comprehensive Plan, adopted August 2, 2021. To learn more about the Comprehensive Plan click here.  

Planning Commission Meeting Information 

The Planning Commission will meet on the first Monday of every month at 5:30 p.m. to review sections of the Land Use Code. Meeting details are available prior to the meeting on the packet or agenda by click here

If you have questions or feedback click here to submit your thoughts online. 

The goal of the LUC update is…

  • Create more predictable standards and processes
  • Provide opportunities for innovative and quality development  
  • Update to be consistent with the community vision defined in the Comprehensive Plan 
  • Create a more user-friendly code  
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