A bond for public infrastructure improvements posted by the project developer. Once established, bonds can be reduced, extended, reduced and extended, replaced, or released.
Critical Lot Plan
A review of a plan for residential properties in the floodplain or with steep topography showing the proposed house (including garage) and grading contours.
A preliminary concept of a proposed subdivision of land which may include future construction of public infrastructure.
Final Site Plan
A final plan showing exactly how land will be divided, including the location and dimensions of public infrastructure easements and improvements.
Final Plat (Consolidation)
Same as final plat, except consolidating properties anywhere in the county and creating fewer parcels than initially existed.
A method to reduce a setback shown on a recorded plat, to remove a reserve status of a parcel shown on a recorded plat, and to delete septic fields shown on a recorded plat which are no longer used since property has connected to public sewer.
A change in a property's zoning classification.
Zoning Text Amendment
A text amendment prepared by staff in response to an application submitted proposing changes in the zoning code.
A review of a sign proposed for a property that is iconic or historic in nature, but is not allowed by the Metro Zoning Code.
Official Zoning Letter
A letter written at the request of property appraisers, builders, and title insurance companies, describing the reasons for the Metro Council's and/or Planning Commission's approval of a SP, PUD, or other overlay district.
Specific Plans (SP)
Project is 0-5 residential units and/or less than 10,000 square feet of non-residential uses
Project is 6-25 residential units and/or 10,000 - 25,000 square feet of non-residential uses
Project is 26 or more residential units and/or greater than 25,000 square feet of non-residential uses
Sign and Tenant Finish-Out Permits
A review of a building permit for interior space improvements or review of a sign permit for an individual tenant space or entire property. No signs reviewed if not visible from public rights-of way. There is no charge for this service.
Building Permit Review
Planned Unit Developments (PUD)
New/Revision to Preliminary
Amendment, Cancellation, or Final
Cancellation (Beer PUD)
Building Permit Review
A review of a building permit, demolition permit, tent permit, and/or certificate of use and occupancy permit.