Conditional Use Permits

About the Permit
All zoning districts contain land uses which are normal and complementary to permitted uses in the district, but are potentially incompatible with adjacent activities and uses because of their influence on the traffic function of adjoining streets, typical physical or operational characteristics, or similar conditions. A Conditional Use Permit (PDF) may be permitted if the use can be designed and developed in a manner which assures maximum compatibility with adjoining uses.

Planning & Zoning Commission
The Planning and Zoning Commission is empowered to grant or to deny applications for Conditional Use Permits and to impose conditions upon them.

Applying for a Permit
Permits cost $150 to file. View additional fee information on the Planning and Zoning Fees page. Review the following steps to receiving a Conditional Use Permit:
  1. Application process
  2. Public notice
  3. Public hearing
  4. Appeals