Planned Developments (PLN)

A planned development results in a property being rezoned in a manner that encourages a more creative and imaginative design than is generally possible under conventional zoning regulations. A PD differs from conventional zoning by allowing deviations from the zoning ordinance. Learn More

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1. Zoning Variance (PLN)
2. Zoning Text Amendment (PLN)
3. Zoning Appeal of Administrative Decision (PLN)
4. Zoning Special Exception (PLN)
5. Conditional Use Permit (PLN)
6. Annexation (PLN)
7. Vacation (PLN)
8. Subdivision Variance (PLN)
9. Street Name Change (PLN)
10. Request to Extend Security Agreement (PLN)
11. Rezoning (PLN)
12. Relinquish Easement (PLN)
13. Planned Developments – Final Plan (PLN)
14. Planned Developments (PLN)
15. Master Sign Plan (PLN)
16. Major Subdivision (PLN)
17. Administrative or Minor Subdivisions (PLN)