What is a site plan?
A site plan is a drawing prepared by a surveyor, engineer, architect or landscape architect showing detailed plans for a particular land use or development project. The site plan is used to study both on-site and off-site impacts of a proposed development and compliance with City ordinances and regulations. A site plan should show existing and proposed topography and grading, parking, landscaping, lighting, access, buildings, storm water management, and other key site features.

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1. What is the Planning Commission responsible for?
2. What is a site plan?
3. How do I apply for rezoning?
4. How will I know if my request is approved?
5. What is Public Hearing Process for Site Plan Review and Special Land Use Applications?