Land Use Request - Zoning Change
All land within the city is regulated by the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance (CZO). The CZO includes a text with sets of zoning districts and a map that assigns each property in the city to one of the districts. Each zoning district includes a set of permitted land uses and provides height, setback, and other standards governing the way in which buildings may be built on a lot within the district. Zoning map changes are often requested in order to allow for the establishment of a land use that is not permitted in the zoning district in which a property is located.
Requests for zoning map changes may be initiated by any property owner in the city or by the City Council. The City Planning Commission holds a public hearing on all map change requests and makes a recommendation to the City Council. The City Council then makes a final decision on each map change request, following a public hearing.
Lots 0-4,999 square feet: $1,000.00
Lots 5,000-24,999 square feet: $2,000.00
Lots 25,000-74,999 square feet: $3,000.00
Lots greater than or equal to 75,000: $4,000.00
File a completed application with the City Planning Commission (CPC)
After submission of a full and complete application that is accepted by the City Planning staff, the applicant will be given a zoning docket number
Notice of the request will be published in the journal of record and notices will be mailed to adjoining property owners
The case will be heard at the first available CPC meeting after the receipt of a complete application. The meetings are held the second and fourth Tuesday of every month (except November and December) at 1:30 p.m., in the City Council Chamber (unless otherwise posted)
During the public meeting, the Commission will either recommend approval, modified approval or denial to a zoning request
If the decision is for approval, CPC will guide the applicant through the next steps of the process
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