Zoning Change Requests
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Programs that review and rule on applications for conditional use permits, variances, zone changes, zone boundary adjustments and other exceptions to zoning regulations which alter permitted land use or permit departures from property development standards for a use that is otherwise permitted in a zoning district. Conditional use permits (CUPs), also known as "spot zoning", authorize uses not routinely allowed on a particular site, e.g., community facilities such as hospitals or schools, outdoor recreational facilities, self storage facilities or other land uses that would need special conditions to mitigate potential impacts on other properties. The local zoning ordinance specifies those uses for which a conditional use permit may be requested, which zones they may be requested in, and the public hearing procedure. CUPs do not constitute a zoning change. Variances are limited waivers from the property development standards of the zoning ordinance, e.g., setback requirements, but do not allow a change in land use.
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