Planned Unit Development (PUD) Deviation

What Is a Planned Unit Development Deviation?

A Planned Unit Development Deviation is required for relief from the terms of approved Planned Unit Development Criteria for properties located within a Planned Unit Development. Consideration for a deviation can be processed as part of a required preliminary site plan or subdivision plan review or as a separate request.

Application Deadline is 5 p.m. 4th Monday of the month. 


Use this map website to look up information needed for applications. All documents must be uploaded by the deadline in order to have a complete application considered for processing.

Submit the following documents in eBUILD for a complete :

  • Street Address of the Property or (Tax) Parcel Number
  • Legal Description, Deed Book and Map Book if available
  • Electronic Site Plan or Plat of the proposed development, drawn to scale, ready to upload as a PDF
  • Special Power of Attorney (PDF), Print, Sign, Notarize, Scan, if applicable, ready to upload
  • Statement of Ownership (PDF), Print, Sign, Notarize, and Scan, ready to upload. If an LLC/Corporation, an additional document on letterhead should list all members/officers, and be ready to upload
  • Real Estate Tax Demonstration Form call or email Treasurer's Office, a signed form can be emailed, ready to upload
  • Acceptable Filing Fee (PDF) payment method readily available (credit cards or eCheck/linked bank account)
  • Deliver Adjacent Property Owner List (from Real Estate Assessor Department) to the Planning Department

Once an Application Is Advertised for Public Hearing

  • Pay Sign Fee when invoiced and Post Sign(s)
    The Planning Department will supply these two Wednesdays prior to the Planning Commission Public Hearing, you will receive a call for pick-up. Sign fees are $39.20 each.
  • Deliver Envelopes to the Planning Department, 2nd floor of City Hall. Stamped Number 10 (4 ⅛ inches × 9½ inches) envelopes with the name and mailing address of each adjacent property owner printed legibly.
  • Pay Advertising Fees when billed
    The average advertising cost is $100 for the Planning Commission Public Hearing with a minimum of two advertisements.