Development Procedures

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Please be prepared to supply a completed application, fees, and required number of copies when submitting your plans along with any other supporting documents required. The required number of plans is as follows.

Plan Submissions

Plan Submittal
Planning Commission Copies
Administrative Copies
Conceptual Plan
6 3
Site Plan
14 10
Subdivision Construction Plan
14 10
Subdivision Plat
8 Plats
Special Use Permit
12 Sets of Plans and Supporting Documents*
Rezoning 12 Sets of Plans and Supporting Documents*
Master Plan
12* N/A
*This is the number of plans required initially. Additional plans may be necessary to be submitted prior to the Planning Commission and Board of Supervisors meetings.

Please Note

Before accepting applications for rezonings, special use permits, and Board of Zoning Appeals variances, staff will verify that all real estate taxes owed for the subject properties have been paid in full in accordance with Section 24-24 of the County Code.

The certification can be completed by staff while you wait. If it is found that real estate taxes have not been paid, the application will not be accepted. If you are unsure if your payments are up-to-date, please contact the Treasurer at 757-253-6705.