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Time: Jan 25, 2022 07:00 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 66791

Albuquerque, NM 87193

505- 407 4381 Voice Mail to Email

contact@paradisehillsspecialzoning.org

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PARADISE HILLS SPECIAL ZONING DISTRICT

IS ON-LINE  FOR: ZONING PERMITTING

In 2020, the PHSZD Commission moved all application reviews, records management, and public meeting online. These changes allowed the Commission to continue our services during the COVID-19 emergency while keeping community members safe. The decision to move online required a transition from paper to digital records.

​New Mexico State Zoning Statutes require special zoning districts, like the Paradise Hills Special Zoning District Commission to (1) review zoning applications, (2) issue permits, and (3) secure, validate and retain zoning permits decisions. New Mexico statutes are clear: "All necessary costs incurred by the zoning commission of a special zoning district in connection with official acts performed pursuant to the Special Zoning District Act [3-21-15 to 3-21-26 NMSA 1978] shall be borne by the parties in interest [property owners/contractors]." 

 

Our rules are similar to other jurisdictions. A PHSZD zoning application is incomplete if no fee or only partial fees are submitted. Information from applicants legally secures zoning decisions. An application is incomplete if it requires:

  • Collation.

  • Data extraction from supporting documents.

  • Further investigation by the Commission.

 

 Go here to access:

  • New online permit applications (FORMS PAGE)

  • Online permit fee estimation forms (FORMS PAGE)

  • New meeting communication portal (MEETINGS PAGE)

  • New digital customer service, email, communication, and data tracking (contact@paradisehillsspecialzoning.org)

  • Automated digital permitting and financial records

  • New online procedures, published calendar (HOME PAGE) and Public Meeting Agenda and upcoming meetings (NEW ONLINE)

  • Proposed new ordinance legislation and the EXISTING PHSZD Comprehensive Ordinance (2009) (FORMS & ORDINANCE PAGES)

  • Upcoming Administrative Hearings including proposed project plans and information to attend. (HOME PAGE CALENDAR and NEW ONLINE PAGES)

 

PHSZD online application tools have embedded instructions and links to the online property information. Applicants can quickly complete PHSZD zoning applications online and have automated: confirmation, fee estimates, and reminders for the next steps sent to their email. The Commission reviews applications only after a fee has been received and logged, and the corresponding application is found to be complete and conforming to the PHSZD Zoning Ordinance. Incomplete applications are not loaded or reviewed.

 

 Our Special Zoning District Commissioners are elected uncompensated community members. No National, New Mexico, or Bernalillo County Funds were authorized to help our commissions with the cost increases essential to delivering services during a pandemic. Resources and labor were needed to bring the district online. Commissioners and volunteers donated professional services and personal funds to acquire data development and web applications. The PHSZD received more applications in 2021 than any previous year since the district's authorization in 1982. Zoning requests received in 2021 will total more than one hundred separate applications.

 

 The Commission plans to update the PHSZD Ordinance with community input, last reviewed in 2009. New inspection procedures will expedite zoning complaints. The new tools have been BETA tested, and permitting will be faster and more compliant with state regulations. Our goals are to assist our neighbors and to keep our economy going. Let us know if there are problems or other challenges because we are elected to serve our community.

 

Paradise Hills Special Zoning District Commissioners

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Administrative Hearings require written records of written public comments, attendees, notified persons with legal standing, persons requesting a copy of the Notice of Determination, or project-specific remarks at the meeting.

 

If you wish to participate, please contact the PHSZD Commission via the CONTACT PAGE, telephone, 505 407 4381, or Commission Email: contact@paradisehillsspecialzoning.org.

 

 

Public Meetings can be attended without prior notice. AGENDA can be accessed by Meeting Date on NEW ONLINE Page

PHSZD Commission is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: My Meeting
Time: Apr 26, 2022 06:30 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

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PHSZD Commissioners

Abel Cardenas
Deanna Dopslaf
Elizabeth Haley
Pete Reser
Val Vaughn

 

The Paradise Hills Special Zoning District (PHSZD) is a zoning overlay located in unincorporated Bernalillo County, New Mexico, and was created by the New Mexico State Legislature through the Special Zoning District Act. The purpose of the district are found in the Special Zoning District Act [3-21-15 to 3-21-26 NMSA 1978]. The governing Ordinance for the PHSZD was ratified in August, 1982 and authorizes the Paradise Hills Zoning Commission to review and enforce all zoning matters within the jurisdiction. Bernalillo County does not enforce or review zoning regulations for areas within the Paradise Hills Zoning District. The PHSZD Commissioners are elected for four year terms, in local elections.

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