Neighborhood Meeting

Neighborhood meetings are meant to allow the Neighborhood_Packet
surrounding neighbors and Citizen Participation Organizations the ability to voice their concerns about a proposed development so the developer can address these issues prior to the application submittal.  Neighborhood meetings are only required for certain land use requests.  Applications which require a Neighborhood meeting are:

  • Applications inside the Urban Growth Boundary
    • Partitions 
    • Subdivisions  
    • Type III Special Uses
    • Type II Manufactured Dwelling Parks
    • Type II Hardship Relief Variances
    • Type III Variances
    • Type II Alterations to a Nonconforming Use or Structure
    • Residential Planned Developments
    • Type II or Type III Development Review (When within or next to a residential district)
  • Outside the Urban Growth Boundary 
    • Subdivisions - For developments with more than 10 new lots
    • Type III Special Uses
    • Type II New Rock/Gravel Quarries
    • Type III Variances
    • Type II Alterations to a Nonconforming Use or Structure
    • Type II Hardship Relief Variance (Only applied to changing lot area)
    • Type II or III Development Review (When within or next to a residential district)

For more information about the Neighborhood meetings please download and read the Neighborhood Meeting Information Packet. 

 

Proceed to Step 3: Application Submittal