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Site plan review is the interdepartmental and interagency review of a proposed development that assures the site is compliant with city and state code requirements. Reviews include, but are not limited to:
When is it required?
Major site plan review is required for all additions or new construction with land disturbance greater than 2,500 square feet throughout the city, excluding single-family development of two or fewer lots.
Minor site plan review is required for all additions or new construction with land disturbance less than 2,500 square feet when work will be conducted in the right-of-way or will affect public utilities.
How long does the site plan review process take?
Typically the site plan review process normally can range between 2-6 months for review and final approval. Times will vary based on the scale and scope of the project.
Revisions to Approved Site Plans
Submittals of revisions to approved plans that include revisions to 3 or fewer plan sheets must be submitted as follows:
Submittals of revisions to approved plans that include revisions to 4 or more plan sheets must be submitted as a new site plan review (see requirements above), and must also include a letter from the engineer that includes a bulleted list of all revisions.