Board of Adjustment - Special Use Permit
|A Special Use Permit is required for anyone wishing to use the property in question for a use or structure that is listed as a “Special Permitted Use or Structure” under the parcel’s zoning classification in the Zoning Ordinance. The process for a Special Use Permit is the same as a Variance.
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Special Use Permit - Variance Application Instructions
Special Use Permit
An application is made to the Board of Adjustment for the proposed use or structure. Certified letters notify property owners within 500’ of the property.
A Public Hearing is held and the Board of Adjustment makes a final decision. The decision must be signed by the property owners and the applicants (if applicable) in the presence of a Notary. This process takes approximately 30-60 days. A Zoning Certificate (Building Permit) is then required for any new structure to be placed on the property.
Application Fee: $100 (plus cost of certified letters & recording fee)