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Development Guide

Frequently Asked Questions

Which applications do I need to submit?
  • Single-Family Residential – Preliminary Plat, Final Plat, Rezone (if not zoned Residential), General Plan Amendment (if not designated for residential land use)
  • Multi-Family Residential – Preliminary Plat, Final Plat, Site Plan, Conditional Use Permit, Rezone (if not zoned Residential), General Plan Amendment (if not designated for residential land use)
  • Church – Site Plan, Conditional Use Permit, Preliminary & Final Plat (if subdividing)
  • Retail/Office, Industrial, Storage – Site Plan, Conditional Use Permit (depending upon the zone), Preliminary & Final Plat (if subdividing), Rezone (if not zoned appropriately), General Plan Amendment (if not designated appropriately)
  • Development larger than 140 acres – Concept Plan, Master Development Plan (then follow the appropriate course of applications)

Do I have to provide park space or improved open space in my development?

All residential developments above 0.8 dwelling units per acre require improved open space or a fee-in-lieu. See the Parks & Open Space Worksheet and the Residential Bonus Density Table for more details.


Can I install the public infrastructure (roads, utilities, etc.) prior to recording the plat?

Yes, you are required to either install all of the public infrastructure according to approved plans or post a subdivision bond with the City Recorder’s Office


My subdivision plat received approval years ago…is it still valid?

Any subdivision plat approved prior to October 5, 2010 is still valid. All plats approved since that date are only valid for a certain amount of time.

  • Preliminary Plats = 2 years (unless a final plat is approved within that time);
  • Final Plats = 1 year (unless recorded within that time).

Development Applications and Packets

Description

Modifies General Plan or City Code

Initiates changes of zoning & land use

Reconsideration of rezone or MDP

Proposing a large, master plan

Provide applicant with valuable feedback

Subdividing of property into buildable lots

Final approvals of a subdivision of property

Commercial / Industrial / Institutional

Commercial / Industrial / Institutional

Zoning with conditional allowances

Presented To

Planning Commission & City Council

Planning Commission & City Council

City Council

Planning Commission & City Council

Planning Commission

Planning Commission & City Council

Development Review Committee (DRC)

Planning Commission & City Council

Planning Commission & City Council

Planning Commission