You have a right to a Second Opinion on any administrative decision made…no questions asked.
If for any reason you disagree with a City staff decision, want some confirmation or want to voice a concern, just ask for a Second Opinion.
The City of High Point is dedicated to meeting your customer service needs. Land development and building regulations today are more complex than ever. The development of land and the construction of buildings require more judgment and understanding than ever before by both the applicant and City staff to ensure the project’s plans and work complies with applicable State and local codes. Customers may ask at any time for another evaluation of how those codes affect their project.
How does the Second Opinion process work?
If you disagree with a decision you receive, you can simply request a Second Opinion.
For decisions associated with land development and construction plans, contact your assigned case manager to arrange a Second Opinion.
For decisions associated with field inspections, ask your inspector to arrange a Second Opinion.
For decisions associated with other issues, you may contact the Planning & Development Department to request a Second Opinion.