What is a site plan?
A site plan is required when developing a non-residential use. The site plan is a drawing(s) consisting of all the details to be located on the site, such as, existing zoning, location of building(s) and size of structures(s), traffic circulation (both vehicular and pedestrian and fire lanes), parking, ingress/egress, landscape plan, placement of utilities, screening (if required), drainage, and signage. Color elevations of the building and signage are required at submittal along with a sample of materials to be used on the sign and structure.

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1. How do I rezone property?
2. What is a site plan?
3. What is the approval process for a site plan?
4. What is the definition of a home occupation?
5. Do I need a permit to have a home occupation?
6. How can I obtain a copy of a City street map?
7. How do I find out how property is zoned and the allowed uses?