Revised Preliminary Development Plans

Once a preliminary plan has been approved as part of a rezoning or special use permit, it may be modified. The extent of the changes will determine whether or not a new public hearing will be required to approve the revised plan.

If a revised plan meets any of the criteria for a substantial change, notice to surrounding property owners and a public hearing before the Planning Commission and City Council is required.

Changes to an approved plan that are not substantial may be approved by the Planning Commission without a public hearing or notice to surrounding owners.

In the case of a preliminary development plan for a non-residential use in a residential district, such as a religious institution or school, public hearings are required before the Planning Commission.

Consideration of these applications by the City Council only is required if a valid protest petition is submitted.