Subdivision Practice

This three-day intermediate course explores the authority, policies, and administration of subdivision regulation in North Carolina. Offered annually, this course will address plat review, development standards, exactions, and provision of infrastructure.

This course is intended primarily for local government staff with responsibilities for drafting and administering subdivision ordinances, for plat review, and for subdivision ordinance enforcement. Public and private practitioners from related fields are also welcome. Prerequisite for attending the course is the Foundations in Planning and Development Regulation course.

The Local Government Federal Credit Union offers scholarships to local government employees to apply towards tuition for conferences, classes, and seminars offered by the School of Government. There are five deadlines to submit applications: March 1, June 1, August 1, September 1 and December 1.

Electronic Materials: We are now utilizing Sakai, a secure online site accessible to registrants only. You will receive instructions via email on how create your account and log on this site on October 25th. You will then be able to access this site and print materials and bring copies with you if you choose. Or you may bring your computer or other device to access materials online during class. It is not necessary for you to have printed materials for class. You will also find your parking pass, the room number, agenda and timeline for the course on Sakai. 

For planning purposes, we will start around lunchtime on November 1st, to allow time for people to drive in. Once we have the finalized agenda, we will post it here. The school will be providing lunch on Thursday and Friday.

For all registration questions, resetting passwords, or login issues please contact:

Dale Zuckert

Assistant Registrar
For questions regarding course details, including location, schedule, materials, and continuing education credits, please contact:

Julie Truluck

Program Manager
Assistant Professor of Public Law and Government