Conditional Use Permits

Conditional uses are land uses which are considered by the city to be desirable or convenient to the community, but which by their nature or operation have the tendency or potential to generate excessive traffic, attract a large number of persons, create noise or other pollutants, impact public safety and/or detrimentally impact the value or potential development of other properties in the neighborhood.  A Conditional Use Permit establishes specific design standards and restrictions on the operation of the use to mitigate these potential adverse effects and provides a regulatory mechanism to ensure compliance with the established design standards and conditions.

The process involves a Planning Commission public hearing and City Council vote.  To find out more, please click the links below.


Submittal Requirements

Burden of Proof

Applicant Presentations

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