If I want to build on a parcel of land that does not currently have water and sewer service, will the town extend utilities to my property?
No. The property owner is responsible for extending utilities to the property and then turning them over to the town for maintenance. Any property receiving utility service from the town must be in the town's utility service area.

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1. How may I find out the status of my submitted plans?
2. How do I get a tap letter for an Iredell County Certificate of Occupancy?
3. How may I find out the status of a Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA) report/review?
4. How can I find out about water and sewer availability to my property?
5. If I want to build on a parcel of land that does not currently have water and sewer service, will the town extend utilities to my property?
6. I live outside the town limits, there is a water line in front of my house and I would like to receive town water. what do I do?
7. Am I in the town's Extraterritorial Jurisdiction (ETJ)?
8. If I am not in the town's ETJ, can I move forward with a rezoning request?
9. What is the expected review time for my project?
10. Are there any fees associated with the Land Development Process?
11. How do I obtain the town approval box required on plans?
12. Who do I contact to schedule an inspection for services or maintenance?
13. How do I obtain the forms required to receive Acceptance for Services, building permit(s), and/or Certificate(s) of Occupancy?
14. I just got my construction approved by the town. What do I need to do in order to obtain a full building permit?