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Use Permit Application for a Solid Waste Management Facility
What is a Conditional Use Permit for a Solid Waste Management Facility?
A conditional use permit for a solid waste management facility is required when the facility operates for the collection, source separation, storage, transportation, transfer, processing, recycling, composting, treatment, or disposal of solid waste. A conditional use permit for a solid waste management facility is required for all zoning districts. The conditional use permit process allows intensive review of the proposed operation to determine whether it is appropriate in specified situations and whether special conditions would make the use sufficiently compatible with the immediate area to warrant the granting of a use permit for the proposed solid waste management facility operations.
Application Deadline 5 p.m. the Monday one week prior to the second Wednesday of the month.
Planning Commission Public Hearing Schedule
Please read the Public Hearing Application Review Process overview and Instructions prior to submitting an application.
- A complete Conditional Use Permit for Solid Waste Facility application
- Legal Description and common street address of the property
- Payment of Filing Fee
- Special Power of Attorney, if applicable
- Statement of Ownership
- Indemnification Agreement for Solid Waste Management Facilities
- Adjacent Property Owners List of names and addresses
Stamped #10 (4 1/8" by 9 1/2") enveloped with the name and mailing address of each adjacent property owner printed legibly
- Post a sign (supplied by the Planning Department) two Wednesdays prior to the Planning Commission Public Hearing),
- Sign fee is $25 for first sign and $20 for each additional sign.
- Advertising Fees will be billed separately. The average advertising cost is $100 per advertisement, depending on the number of applicants on each agenda and the length of the advertisement, for the Planning Commission and the City Council public hearing meetings. The project will require a minimum of four (4) advertisements. Any additional advertising costs incurred due to continuances or revised proffer statements will also be the responsibility of the applicant. Planning Commission advertisement fees will be billed by the City of Chesapeake. City Council advertisement fees will be billed by The Virginian Pilot.
- Preliminary Site Plan of the proposed development, drawn to scale
- Landscape Plan
- Drainage and Impact Assessment
- Topographic Map
- Detailed Soil and Geology Data
- Hydrology Study
- Operation Plan
- Closure and Restoration Plan