Development Review Applications

Across the country, development review is a core local government responsibility. As cities and towns grow and change, local governments, usually headed up by a planning department and with the involvement of many other departments, review proposed developments to ensure they meet the needs of the community at-large. These community-wide needs include the safety and welfare of citizens and high-quality, consistent design and construction of buildings and public infrastructure.

The City has established regulations pertaining to development. Development review exists in part to ensure each new development is in alignment with our community’s vision and to ensure high-quality projects and public improvements that meet all of the City’s requirements.

In addition to the review conducted by City staff and our agency partners, many development applications require community consultation and/or public hearings. The EHQ4developmentreview site is a central place to view and provide submissions on all current development applications and items under consideration by the Planning Commission.

Community input helps the City in making decisions to approve applications with or without conditions or to deny applications.

How can you find out more?

You can:

  • Learn more about the City's Planning Framework (see document library, right).
  • Review the plans and documents setting out and explaining the proposal (see "Active Projects" tab below).
  • Contact the Planner / Project Manager identified on the project page.
  • Read the FAQs (right) and for further clarification, please use the "Ask Us a Question" tab below.
  • Set-up an appointment to review the development application and plans at City Hall (555 5th Street, City, ST 55555).
  • Attend neighborhood meeting(s). Meeting information (both online and in-person) is available on the project page.

Across the country, development review is a core local government responsibility. As cities and towns grow and change, local governments, usually headed up by a planning department and with the involvement of many other departments, review proposed developments to ensure they meet the needs of the community at-large. These community-wide needs include the safety and welfare of citizens and high-quality, consistent design and construction of buildings and public infrastructure.

The City has established regulations pertaining to development. Development review exists in part to ensure each new development is in alignment with our community’s vision and to ensure high-quality projects and public improvements that meet all of the City’s requirements.

In addition to the review conducted by City staff and our agency partners, many development applications require community consultation and/or public hearings. The EHQ4developmentreview site is a central place to view and provide submissions on all current development applications and items under consideration by the Planning Commission.

Community input helps the City in making decisions to approve applications with or without conditions or to deny applications.

How can you find out more?

You can:

  • Learn more about the City's Planning Framework (see document library, right).
  • Review the plans and documents setting out and explaining the proposal (see "Active Projects" tab below).
  • Contact the Planner / Project Manager identified on the project page.
  • Read the FAQs (right) and for further clarification, please use the "Ask Us a Question" tab below.
  • Set-up an appointment to review the development application and plans at City Hall (555 5th Street, City, ST 55555).
  • Attend neighborhood meeting(s). Meeting information (both online and in-person) is available on the project page.

Questions?

Do you have a question in relation to advertising development applications? If so, please ask us here. Questions specific to a development application should be directed to michelle@bangthetable.com.

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  • Where are the public hearings held?

    over 2 years ago

    Public hearings are held in the City Council Chambers (555 5th Street, City, ST 55555) on the first and third Thursday of every month at 6 pm.  The full meeting schedule for the City Council and all Boards and Commissions can be found here.

  • When is Hobby Lobby going to open?

    over 2 years ago

    CommerceX, the developer of Hobby Lobby, expects Hobby Lobby to open on September 30th.   For additional information regarding Hobby Lobby, please contact CommerceX (info@commerceX.com).

  • My neighbor keeps parking on his front yard and has an RV parked in front of his house. Isn’t that illegal?

    over 2 years ago

    Parking within the front yard is regulated by section 17.50.487 of the City Code and RV parking regulations can be found in section 17.70.135 of the City Code.  If you would like the City to investigate any potential code violations, please submit a request here.

Page last updated: 18 Aug 2020, 02:25 PM