What is a Conditional Use Permit?

A Conditional Use Permit (CUP) is a discretionary permit that may be granted by the City to allow certain use classification(s) to operate on a particular property. Use classifications subject to CUPs typically possess unusual site development features or operating characteristics requiring consideration by one of the aforementioned decision making bodies to ensure that they will be designed, located and operated compatibly with uses on adjoining properties and in the surrounding area.

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1. What is planning and what do planners do?
2. What is the Comprehensive Plan?
3. What is Zoning?
4. What is a Variance?
5. What are Building Setbacks?
6. What is a Conditional Use Permit?
7. What is a Public Hearing?
8. How do I get preliminary/ initial input for a development proposal?
9. What is my property zoned?
10. What is the parking requirement for my business?