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The City's Zoning Code details permitted businesses at locations throughout the city, based on the unique characteristics of each district. In order to confirm if your proposed business is permitted, first confirm the zoning classification of your business location. Then, reference Chapter 12: Zoning and City Planning of the City's Municipal Code to see if your business falls within the Permitted or Special Use category for your location's zoning classification. If your business is within the Permitted category, your business is permitted to operate, based on obtaining occupancy and any required licenses. If your business is a Special Use, the Plan Commission and Common Council will review your proposal for compatibility with the site and neighborhood. A Public Hearing will also be held to gather input from the surrounding neighborhood, and conditions of approval may be required. The typical length of the Special Use process is 45-60 days. If you have any questions regarding Permitted or Special Uses, please contact Planning & Zoning at email@example.com.
Applications for new or modified signage are submitted to Planning & Zoning for review of compliance to the City's Signage Code, in terms of quantity, size, design and location. Applications are then forwarded to the Building Inspections and Neighborhood Services Department for the issuance of a Sign Permit to install the approved signs. Please reference the Sign Review & Approval, section of our web site for detailed guidelines and the Sign Application. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with additional questions.