Please check each item per the Moore County Unified Development Ordinance Section 8.99(B):
□ Site Plan. In addition to the site plan requirements per Section 4.2, the following shall be included: details of
existing and proposed facilities and fall zone radius labeled “NO BUILD ZONE.”
□ Radio Frequency. A statement from a registered engineer that the WCF will be maintained and operated in
accordance with all applicable Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules regarding radio frequency
emissions and interference and if there is interference with public safety communications, the applicant shall
utilize procedures set forth by the FCC and the party causing the interference shall reimburse the County for
all costs associated with resolving the interference.
□ Structural Analysis. Signed and sealed by a NC Registered Professional Engineer that the support structure up-
on completion of the applicant’s installation has the structural integrity to accommodate the proposed
equipment and complies with all applicable Federal and State building, fire, structural, electrical, and safety
□ Lighting. Applicant shall provide documentation that lighting shall not exceed the Federal Aviation Admin-
istration (FAA) minimum standards (minimum intensity and longest duration between flashes) and shall utilize
allowed downward shielding to minimize visual impact to pedestrians and reduce the potential attraction to
migratory birds. Strobe lights during daylight hours and red lights during nighttime hours unless specifically pro-
hibited by the FAA. A WCF may utilize a security light controlled by a motion-detector sensor at or near the
entrance to the facility.
□ Owner Authorization. Proof that a property and/or antenna support structure owner’s agent has appropriate
authorization to act upon the owner’s behalf if applicable.
□ Insurance. Proof of certificates of insurance of general liability insurance in the amount of at least $1,000,000
covering any liability arising out of its construction or operation of the WCF.
□ Bond. Applicant shall submit a performance bond or letter of credit from an accepted bank in the amount of
$20,000 or a bond equal to the written estimate from a qualified tower removal contractor to guarantee that
the facility will be removed when no longer in use.
□ US Fish and Wildlife Service submitted information, if applicable. □ Yes □ No
□ National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) checklist, if applicable. □ Yes □ No
□ State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) letter, if applicable. □ Yes □ No
□ Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approval, if applicable. □ Yes □ No
□ Buffer. Refer to Section 7.11. Grading shall be limited to necessary area.
□ Minimum Antennas. Wireless support structures (WSS) up to 80 feet –2 antennas minimum. WSS between 81
and 100 feet – 3 antennas minimum. WSS 101 and 125 feet – 4 antennas minimum. WSS 126 feet or taller – 5
□ Safety. All support structures shall be certified to comply with the safety standards contained in the Electronics
Industries Association /Telecommunications Industries Association (EIA/TIA) document 222-F, or current stand-
ard, “Structural Standards For Steel Antenna Towers and Supporting Structures,” or current standard, as
amended, by a Registered North Carolina Professional Engineer. The use shall be totally enclosed by a securi-
ty fence a minimum (6) feet high with 3-strand barbed wire or razor wire.
County of Moore
Planning and Transportation
Inspections/Permitting: (910) 947-2221
Planning: (910) 947-5010
Transportation: (910) 947-3389
Fax: (910) 947-1303