Planning Commission - Administrative Approval
These cases are being reviewed Administratively in accordance with the Section 309 of the Land Management Code. The public is welcomed to comment on these cases. Administrative review cases typically do not get reviewed by the Planning Commmission unless staff determines that there is an issue requiring the attention of the Planning Commission.
These cases will be reviewed by the Planning Commission in accordance with Section 309 of the Land Management Code. The public is welcomed to comment on these cases. Please contact the Planner with your comments or make your comments at the Planning Commission meeting.
Mayor and Board
These cases will require approval by the Board of Aldermen in accordance with the Land Management Code. These cases have had recommendations from the Planning Commission and other commission to help the Board of Aldermen in formulating their decision. These cases are typically annexations, rezonings, and master plans.
These cases are being reviewed in accordance with Section 423 of the Land Management Code. These cases typically are dealing with exterior renovations to buildings, demolition and new construction that are located within our Historic Preservation Overlay zones.
Zoning Board of Appeals
These cases are being reviewed in accordance with Section 312 of the Land Management Code. These cases are typically dealing with variances, special conditions and home occupations as permitted in the Land Management Code.
Welcome to the Planning Department's Development Review Database. In an effort to provide additional information on the development that is occuring in the CIty and to solicit additional public comments, this site shows all the pending cases that are tied to a specific poperty that the Planning Department is currently working on.
The public is welcomed to comment on these cases. You can either contact the Planner with your comments or make comments at the public meeting.
Text Amendments to the Land Management Code are not shown on this site since they are not property specific projects.
Clicking on the signs will sort all the cases that are pending with that particular commission. Once the map is open you can move to different areas of the city and enlarge the map as well. Once you find the flag that is located where you saw the sign, just click on the flag to get additional information about that case.
The information that is available for each case includes: Project Name, Project Type, and a pdf of the plan. Also included are the staff planner's name. phone number, and email.