Planning & Zoning
Stafford County facilities are now open to the public.
The Department of Planning and Zoning is continuing to serve the customers and citizens of Stafford County in a safe manner. At the moment, the Planning and Zoning staff are working from remote locations. Moving forward, customers can continue to communicate with us in a variety of ways. A contact by application type has been provided for your convenience. You may also visit our staff directory for additional staff information. For general inquiries, you can call the main office line and leave a voicemail message. Voicemails will be returned in a timely manner.
ALL NEW SUBMITTALS: Construction Plans and Site Plans shall be through E-Plans
Subdivision plats and other development applications can be filed via mail courier services or can be dropped off at the Community Development Services Center located within the Stafford County Government Center between 8:00 AM and 4:30 PM on weekdays.
Physical Address: 1300 Courthouse Road, 2nd Floor, Stafford, VA 22554
If you have questions, please call (540) 658-8668.
Stafford County treats all applications and applicants equally. The County does not discriminate against religion, or on the basis of race, sex, age, national origin, or disability, in its planning, zoning, permitting, utilities, and land use processes. Stafford welcomes all.
Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities Plan Amendment
On September 3, 2019, the Stafford County Board of Supervisors adopted a new Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities Plan, which is an element of the County’s Comprehensive Plan. This Plan serves as a framework for the development of shared use paths, sidewalks, and other accommodations at both the countywide and neighborhood level.
Are you experiencing streambank or shoreline erosion on your property?
The Virginia Shoreline Erosion Advisory Service, or SEAS, was established in 1980 to help private landowners and localities in Virginia with shoreline erosion problems. Services are free of charge in tidal and non-tidal areas of the state.
The Board of Supervisors is considering an amendment to the Zoning Ordinance that would apply to all property zoned A-1. Read on...