What is concurrency and how does it affect me?
Water, sewer, schools, recreation, solid waster, and transportation (infrastructure items) all have established levels of service. The city monitors each item to ensure that when new projects are built, the established level of service is not exceeded. This may require a developer to make improvements to any or all the infrastructure items.

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1. What is the zoning on my property?
2. What is the future land use on my property?
3. What can I develop on my vacant land?
4. How many parking spaces are required for my potential development?
5. Can I get my property rezoned?
6. What business is allowed in my zoning district?
7. What does the Planning Commission do?
8. Is landscaping required for a new development plan?
9. How many copies of plans do I need to submit for site plan review?
10. Can I submit a conceptual plan for preliminary review?
11. What is the site plan review fee?
12. What is the involved in the comprehensive plan amendment?
13. What is concurrency and how does it affect me?