close menu
This website uses cookies to store your accessibility preferences. No personal / identifying information is stored. More info.

Planning & Development

City of Easley Zoning Map Interface

City-Wide Projects and Developments


There will be a Planning Commission meeting on Monday, July 20th, 2020 at 6pm in the Planning and Development Conference Room.  This meeting will not be open to the public due to COVID-19 precautions.  All questions and concerns should be emailed to Jennifer at or you can call  864-855-7908.  These will be addressed in the meeting and emailed responses will be returned the next day.  Minutes will also be available online by the next week.

Petition to annex 15.4 acres into the City limits located on Couch Lane, Easley, SC as GR-2(General Residential).  Owners: FBO Couch Lane Investments, LLC, 100 James Way, Easley, SC 29642.  Tax Map: 5038-05-19-3676.

Petition to annex 0.15 acres into the City limits located between Couch Lane and McAlister Road, Easley, SC as GR-2 (General Residential).  Owners: FBO Couch Lane Investments, LLC, 100 James Way, Easley, SC 29642.  Tax Map: 5039-17-10-4266.

The Planning Commission  will also discuss the proposed Development Impact Fees for the City of Easley.  This will take place following the annexation requests.


Citizens and businesses wishing to contact the Planning and Development Department with questions regarding Ordinances, Code Enforcement, etc. can now use a new online and phone application that sends requests directly to the Department. Please visit the "Report a Violation" tab on the left hand side of the top of this page.  Be sure you are contacting the correct department. Questions or issues regarding Public Works or Streets & Sanitation can be submitted on the Public Works page, NOT through Planning & Development.  This is a new system for us and we appreciate your patience and understanding as we learn this technology and make improvements.  


With Yard Sale season upon us, please be aware that the only signs allowed are one at each end of your road and one in your yard.  No signs on poles or feather flag banners are allowed.  Also, it is ILLEGAL to place signs on the road/street rights-of way.  Telephone/utility poles are considered rights-of way and are private property.

find a department