The Planning Department formulates recommended goals, plans, policies and ordinances that provide orderly growth and development for Myrtle Beach. The department also assists in preparing a capital improvement program. Experienced planners are available to help with rezoning, annexation, subdivision of property, park design and neighborhood planning. Everyone is invited to attend Planning Commission meetings to learn about the many activities underway in Myrtle Beach.
Text Amendment Request (PDF)
Annexation Request (PDF)
Rezoning Request (PDF)
Subdivision Request (PDF)
Planned Unit Development (PUD) Pre-Application (PDF)
Planned Unit Development (PUD) Amendment Request (PDF)
Planned Unit Development (PUD) Format Requirements (PDF)
Zoning Code (PDF)
Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plan (PDF)
An annexation guide also is available for nearby property owners who wish to consider bringing their land into the city limits. It explains the methods and benefits of annexation and provides additional contact information.
In September 2010, the publication 10 Year Collaborative Plan to End Homelessness in Horry County (PDF) was created. This plan is a product of Home Alliance, Inc., with support from the cities of Myrtle Beach and Conway and Horry County government. The plan examines the needs and resources of the county in seeking solutions to homelessness.
The Planning Department is located in the City Services Building, 921 North Oak Street. The Planning Commission's regular meeting is held at 1:30 p.m. on the third Tuesday of the month in the Conference Room of the City Services Building. Call 843-918-1050 for more information.