Subdivisions / PUD
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.
- 1. Neighborhood meeting is required before submitting a formal application for a sketch plan and a preliminary plan.
- 2. Schedule a pre-application meeting
- 3. Complete an application
- 4. Submit completed application form(s) and all supplemental information to firstname.lastname@example.org
Related Applications / Forms
- Final Plan / PUD Review Application
- Non-Residential Pre-Development Questionnaire
- Planning Application Fee Schedule
- Preliminary Plan / PUD Review Application
- Residential Pre-Development Questionnaire
- Sketch Plan Review Application
Pertinent Code Sections
- Section 26-16 through Section 26-16-6 Review Process
- Section 26-17 Application Requirements
- Section 26-19.5 Landscaping