You may submit your building plans to the Plans Examiner in the Department of Development and Permits at any time prior to the site plan approval. You may submit online via our eBUILD system.
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You must determine the type of business and location, then contact the zoning officer in the Department of Development and Permits to ensure the proposed use is a permitted use or conditional use.
The following plans should be submitted to the appropriate departments:
Upon approval from Development and Permits, Public Utilities, and Planning, the final site plan will be forwarded to the Department of Development and Permits, Zoning Administration to begin the permit application process.
Normally, plan review will take a minimum of 30 days and is on a first-come-first-serve basis. Please utilize this information when planning your project and plan review timeline.
If your plan is disapproved, the Plans Examiner will send a plan review letter from the eBUILD system, requesting revisions, corrections, and/or additional information necessary to complete the review process. After your plan is approved, the permit may not be issued until all other required information is obtained. Some examples of other required information may include contractor information and cost of construction.