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The process is exactly the same as the zoning process (publication, notification of property owners, public hearings). The application submittal requirements are slightly different than a zoning application, so be sure to read thoroughly through the SUP requirements to ensure a complete submittal is achieved
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Complete the CO Application and submit it to the Building Inspection Department along with the non-refundable $35 processing fee. The application may be submitted in-person, via postage mail, or sent through email to email@example.com. The processing fee must be submitted in-person or via postage mail. CO applications will NOT be processed until the application and processing fee have been received. If the application is approved, an additional $165 is required
DRC meetings are by appointment only and must be requested at least 48-hours prior to the start of a regularly scheduled DRC meeting (i.e. requested by the first or third Monday of each month ). To schedule, complete the application and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications are accepted ONLY on Thursday's, no later than 4 p.m. Incomplete applications and applications arriving after 4 p.m. will not be accepted. For a calendar of authorized submittal dates click the
Take a look at the zoning map and use the legend located at the top left corner to determine its zoning district. If a property has NOT undertaken the formal zoning process, it will not be shaded (i.e. have a color) and is regulated pursuant to the Agricultural zoning district
All permitted uses and design requirements are detailed online within the Unified Development Ordinance found on the City of Fate Website
In most zoning districts, there are uses which may or may not be appropriate in a particular location. Typically, they are uses that may have some special impact or uniqueness which requires a careful review of their location, design, configuration and special impact to determine the desirability of permitting the use's establishment on a particular site. Such uses are classified as Special Uses, and before they may be established, both the Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council must hold a public hearing. If approved by the City Council, the use may be established subject to any development standards or safeguards imposed at the time of City Council approval.