These are links available to planners, developers, elected officials and citizens that contain information on planning related matters. Hoke County is not responsible for the content of any of the links below but feels that the information can be useful for anyone who wants to learn more about land use planning.
Hoke County Census Information The 2012 U.S. Census compiled information specifically for Hoke County. The link contains information ranging from population, number of households and other useful facts.
NCACC stands for the North Carolina Association of County Commissioners. They are an organization dedicated to assisting counties and elected officials with resources such as reference material and continuing education.
Coates' Canons: NC Local Government Law The UNC Chapel Hill School of Government provides free informational resources to citizens and local governments on issues facing cities and counties. The
NC General Statutes Local county and municipal governments get their powers from the State of North Carolina in the form the North Carolina General Statutes. The overarching framework of law that dictates what and how certain things can and should be regulated by local government are found in these state laws. Chapter 153 A Counties Articles 6 and 18 deal specifically with Planning and land use matters.
NC - APA The North Carolina Chapter of the American Planning Association is a non-profit organization of career land use planners within the state. It acts as a forum to bring together people interested in planning issues and creates training, networking and information sharing opportunities.