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Planning Application

 


 

The Conditional Use Permit is intended to allow public review of land use proposals of a nature or magnitude which could significantly affect their surroundings. This procedure requires that the Planning Commission hold a public hearing for review of conditionally allowed uses. The conditionally allowed uses are reviewed for compatibility with existing or desired conditions in surrounding neighborhoods. The following developments require Conditional Use Permits:

  1. Conditionally allowed uses listed for a particular zoning district.
  2. Multi-Family residential developments consisting of 12 or more units.
  3. Non-residential developments containing 50,000 square feet or more of building or 10,000 square feet of outdoor storage area.
  4. Planned District (PD) and/or Master Plan of Development projects.


Category: Licenses & Permits

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