Process Brochure | Contacts
Site plan review is the interdepartmental and inter-agency 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:
Minor site plan review is required for:
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.
To schedule a pre-application meeting, email David Barley
Major Site Plan Review Requirements
Minor Site Plan Review Requirements
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.