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Posted on: December 15, 2017

Stay Informed About Development Projects in the City

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Development projects on vacant land and larger redevelopment projects typically require a land use decision with a public comment period before the applicant can break ground to start construction activities.  To find out which land use applications are currently being reviewed by City staff go to the Development Projects page.  

This page has been recently updated to include a map of the City showing where development is proposed, as well as an easier way to provide public comment for applications currently in review.

On the page you will also see a list of current applications with links to the submitted documents.  If you request to be made a party of record through the public comment tool, you will be notified if the plans are revised, when a public hearing is going to be held (if required), and when the Notice of Decision is issued.  Only parties of record or people who have commented on an application have standing to appeal a land use decision. 

By visiting the Development Projects page regularly you can know what projects are in the pipeline and then amaze your neighbors when you tell them exactly what’s being built down the street.

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