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A request to the Board of Adjustment to vary from the requirements of the Zoning Ordinance.
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A request for an amendment of the text of the Zoning Ordinance. Changes to the text of the Zoning Ordinance would affect property citywide, rather than a specific property as is the case with a zoning map amendment.
Apply for Pre-Development review on eCity.springfieldmo.gov
A request to the Board of Adjustment for a special exception to the requirements of the Zoning Ordinance.
A Conditional Use Permit allows for discretionary review of a request to establish or construct uses or structures which may be necessary or desirable in a zoning district, but which may also have the potential for deleterious impact upon the health, safety and welfare of the public. The purpose of the review is to determine whether the proposed location of the structure or use is appropriate and whether it will be designed and located so as to avoid, minimize, or mitigate any potentially adverse effects upon the community or other properties in its vicinity.
A request for property to be incorporated into the City of Springfield.
A "vacation" is the legal process whereby the city relinquishes the public's interest in a street, alley or subdivision. When a street is created, the owner of the land gives the public the right to drive on that street and when the street is vacated it becomes private property again. The vacation process is the only method available to eliminate a street, alley, or subdivision. Learn More
A request to deviate from the requirements of the Subdivision Regulations with respect to improvements and the design standards relative to lot dimensions and arrangements, street location, alignment, the location and alignment of easements, building lines and similar standards.
A request to change the name of an existing street or name an existing un-named street. Apply
A request to extend the completion date set forth in the bond or agreement given to the City in lieu of completing the public improvements required as part of a subdivision. Approval is limited to one (1) additional year for completion.
To use your property for a purpose other than the one permitted by the zoning ordinance, you may request that the zoning be changed. Learn More
A request to remove an existing public utility, sewer, drainage or cross access easement.
Once your planned development district has been approved by the Springfield City Council, the Final Plan is the next step in developing your property. Learn More
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
Purpose is to establish consistent, logical and equitable signage for multiple uses on a single property; a building group of a single use or multiple use that may involve multiple properties; or a large tract that contains a single use with multiple services. The main intent of a Master Sign Plan is to provide clarity of communication regarding tenants and services to uses of the premise or building group.
A subdivision is the division or combination of any parcel, or parcels of land into 1 or more lots, tracts, or parcels for the purpose of transfer of ownership or building development. In effect, any change in a property description is subject to review under the city's subdivision ordinance. No one may subdivide property without following the city’s subdivision regulations. Learn More
A request subdivide 5 or fewer lots, tracts or parcels of a previously platted land. Contact Planning and Zoning for more information. Apply by LLA, LC, or Replats.