Conditional Use Permit
One site plan scaled at 1" = 100' or less is required. Show the location of proposed signs on the site plan.
Floor PlansFloor plans must be at a scale of no less than 1/8" = 1'. Plans must include the proposed use(s) of all areas with dimensions shown, locations of all new construction and additions, locations of all exits and doorways, and indications of all walls, permanent fixtures, and major portable fixtures.
One colored elevation at a scale of no less than 1/8" = 1' is required. Elevations and/or perspective must show the type, texture, and color of all proposed materials and must be accurate as to the appearance of the final built structure. Adjacent structures must be shown. Samples of materials are required.
Plan of OperationSee the Conditional Use Permit Application for information to include.
Sign PlanSigns may be included on the Elevation Plans, but if submitted separately they must include a scaled sketch of the proposed sign(s), providing dimensions and area, lettering, colors, types of materials, method of illumination, height, and dimensions of the pole or mounting bracket, ground sign site plan, and the date the Sign Plan was prepared. A summary of all existing signs that will remain on site, including dimensions, is also required. Color samples (Pantone quality) are required, and material samples may be requested for the review process.
Please refer to Chapter 20 of the Municipal Code for sign regulations. If the project is located in the Central Business District (the Downtown), it is also subject to the Downtown Design Requirements, also found in Chapter 20.
Utility System PlansA plan of the system must feature sewerage disposal with the location of pipe, septic field, holding tank, or sampling manhole; water supply source with a location of pipe or well; electric, gas, and cable locations; and locations and sizes of proposed easement(s).
Grading, Landscaping, and/or Screening PlansThese plans must be scaled at 1" = 100' or less. Plans must include existing and proposed contours at USGS standards, surface and storm water drainage, ponds, streams, and ditches. A landscape schedule indicating size, location, type, and height of landscape and screening materials is required at the time of installation. View the Landscape Plan Requirements.
Maintaining consistency with adjacent sites is very important. Existing wooded areas, water courses, and other scenic or significant vistas must be indicated.