Effective November 15, 2022, the newly adopted Unified Development Code went into effect per Ordinance Number 2022-11-130. Applicants may continue to use the previous zoning regulations until May 15, 2023. If you have questions or concerns please contact the Planning Department
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2023 Development Guide
(Information about the Planning Department's Most Common Processes)
- Complete Development Guide (full document)
- Submittal Schedules and Public Meeting Dates
- Submittal Details:
- Development Process Flow Charts (Residential and Non-Residential)
- Planning Fees
- Plat Filing Procedures
- Zoning Sign Posting Procedures
Parkland Dedication Information
Effective October 1, 2022, the amended "Conveyance of Land for Recreational Areas and Facilities" of the Subdivision Ordinance will go into effect. If you have questions or concerns, please contact the Parks Department.
Interactive Planning Maps
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Public Notification and Protest Opportunities
- Notify Me
- Zoning Change Written Protest Form
- Withdrawal - Zoning Change Written Protest
- Zoning Change Written Protest Form - Individual
- Withdrawal - Change Written Protest - Individual
- New planning cases go before the Development Review Committee (DRC) for a comprehensive review against the city's development codes.
- The DRC consists of members from Planning, Engineering, Parks and the Fire Marshal’s Office.
- As authorized by the city's Unified Development Code, some cases are approved by staff, while others are scheduled for consideration and approval by the Planning and Zoning Commission and/or City Council.
- Applications for newly submitted cases can be accessed through the Planning Case Master List.