Development Process and Applications

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If you are interested in developing land within the city, please see the Development Process. Prior to submitting a complete application please contact the Planning Department at 801-789-6617 for a brief submittal appointment. Only complete applications, with all required documentation and fees, will be accepted. Please call or email if you have any questions prior to submitting. 

Please review the development process review flowcharts prior to submitting any applications.

2017 Development Application Timeline

Development Review Process - Subdivisions

Development Review Process - Construction & Building

General Plan/Development Code Amendment (Initiates modifications to either (1) the City's General Plan map, including future land uses and future major roadways, or (2) the City's Development Code) - Presented to both Planning Commission and City Council

Rezone (Initiates changes of zoning & land use) - Presented to both Planning Commission & City Council

Request to Resubmit a Rezone or MDP - Presented to the City Council, to initiate a request to reconsider an application for a Rezone or MDP within one year of an application being denied

Master Development Plan (Initiates proposing a large, master plan within the city; effectively serves to rezone land) - Presented to both Planning Commission & City Council

Concept Plan (This optional application (required for master development plans)allows for the city staff and Planning Commission to provide the applicant with valuable feedback, without any formal approval/denial.) - Presented to Planning Commission ONLY

Preliminary Plat(Initiates the first step to subdividing of property into buildable lots) - Presented to both Planning Commission and City Council

Final Plat (Initiates the final, detailed approvals of a subdivision of property) - Presented to the Development Review Committee (DRC)

Master Site Plan (Required for all commercial/industrial/institutional developments that are over 5 acres in size or to be developed in phases) - Presented to both Planning Commission and City Council

Site Plan (Required for all commercial/industrial/institutional developments) - Presented to both Planning Commission and City Council

Conditional Use Permit (Required for some specific land uses where the underlying zoning requires that the specific land use can only be allowed conditionally) - Typically presented to Planning Commission ONLY