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Is a graphical representation of a proposed development that depicts building footprints, property lines, parking, green space fencing, dumpsters, etc. Plans are to be legible and drawn to an engineer’s scale. Site plan review is the process of reviewing documents and drawings required by the zoning ordinance to ensure that a proposed land use or activity meets zoning ordinance standards as well as state and federal statutes.
A site plan includes existing and proposed man-made features, as well as natural site characteristics. A site plan is required when improvements are to be done on a site that include earth filling, paving or building construction.
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To learn about how to submit a site plan, view the site plan information guide (PDF).
A site plan and/or a building plan is submitted for review to the Community and Economic Development Department. After a plan review, the staff will discuss options to meet the ordinance. If a hardship can be demonstrated, the applicant may apply to the Board of Appeals for a variance or relief from the applicable ordinance. Please call the staff at 920-448-3400 for further details and assistance.
Board of Appeals Variance Application (PDF)