What is the site plan submittal process?
  1. Applicants and design professionals who are unfamiliar with the development requirements of the city are strongly encouraged to meet with the Site Development Team once a concept plan has been designed but prior to plan submission. The city may require a pre-application conference with the applicant for large or complex projects.
  2. The completed site development application, eight copies of the site plan, and two sets of E&S / SWM calculations are submitted to the Building and Zoning Department along with the appropriate fee.
  3. Site plans applications are logged by staff and distributed to the other city departments involved in the review process.
  4. Individual departments have four weeks to review the plans for compliance with the city site development standards.
  5. Comments are provided to the Building and Zoning Department.
  6. The site plan review coordinator compiles all of the comments into one consolidated response for the applicant.

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1. How can I view my property on the city’s map and obtain information such as lot size, property assessment, and zoning designation?
2. What are the setbacks for my zoning district?
3. I want to build a fence on my property. What are the height limitations and setbacks?
4. Can I operate a business out of my home?
5. How much does a Home Occupation Permit cost and how long is it good for?
6. How do I apply for a Conditional Use Permit?
7. How do I apply for a rezoning?
8. When is a site development plan required?
9. Why do I need to go through the site development review process?
10. What is the site plan submittal process?
11. What are the minimum submission requirements for a site plan?
12. What information should be included on the site plan?