Sketch Plan, Preliminary Plan / PUD & Final Plan / PUD
Final plans provide the legal documents that will be a part of the city and county records. The final plan typically includes a final plat and a development agreement, along with all other final documents and agreements between the owner or developer and the city. Final plans require a public hearing before the City Council.
Preliminary plans provide the necessary information to allow staff and the Planning Commission to review a more detailed design and to resolve planning or engineering problems that may have been raised at the sketch plan phase. Preliminary plans require a public hearing before the Planning Commission.
Sketch plans allow a review of the concept and the appropriateness of the proposed development in order to identify major problems which must be resolved and to assess the overall feasibility of the request. A sketch plan requires a public hearing before the Planning Commission.
A neighborhood meeting is required before submitting a formal application for a sketch plan and a preliminary plan.
A pre-application meeting with city staff is required for a sketch plan, preliminary plan, and final plan submission.
Application fees are due at time of submission.
Completed applications with accompanying required documents should be submitted to the Lafayette Planning and Building Department, City Hall, 1290 South Public Road.