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A Planned Unit Development (PUD) is a type of building development and also a regulatory process. As a building development, it is a designed grouping of both varied and compatible land uses, such as housing, recreation, commercial centers, and industrial parks, all within one contained development or subdivision. A Planned Unit Development (PUD) as a regulatory process is a means of land regulation which promotes large scale, unified land development by means of mid-range, realistic programs in chase of physically curable, social and economic deficiencies in land and city-scapes. Where appropriate, this development control promotes:
For details about PUD requirements, see the following: Article XX - Planned Unit Development Standards - Code of Ordinances
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View the interactive parcel map to learn about the zoning of a property. You can search or zoom to parcel and use interactive layers in the top-left corner tool bar. You can also search zoning code use tables found in each district section and those with a “P” are permitted and those contain a “C” are required to obtain a Conditional Use Permit.
The process may take anywhere from 6 to 8 weeks to complete. The following takes place during the process:
The process may take anywhere from 6 to 8 weeks to complete and includes the following: