What is a Planned Development?
A Planned Development (PD or PUD) is an area of land under unified ownership or control. The development of which is governed by a specific development plan approved by the City Council after review and recommendation by the Planning and Zoning Commission. A Planned Development is essentially a customized zoning district that provides some flexibility in the traditional zoning requirements and may include a mix of residential and commercial uses. The approval process for a Planned Development District is the same as the process for changing the zoning district designation on a property.

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1. What is a Planned Development?
2. What is a Neighborhood Conservation District?
3. What is the process for submitting a zoning application?
4. Who can request a change in zoning on a property?
5. How much does a zoning application cost?
6. When and where do the Planning Commission and City Council meet?
7. What factors are considered by the Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council in reviewing a Zoning Application?
8. How is a Zoning Application processed?
9. What effect, if any, do the responses from adjacent property owners have?
10. What if the Planning and Zoning Commission does not recommend approval of a Zoning Application?