Develop a subdivision or nonresidential project

Development review is required for all new residential and nonresidential projects in Town, except for individual detached single-family custom homes or as otherwise specified in the Zoning Code. Please see below for more information about the development review process.

Process

Step 1.Review the development review requirements

  • Review the zoning requirements in Section 22.9 of the Zoning Code.
  • Preliminary Plats, Development Plans and the associated Landscape and Recreation Plans for all residential or non-residential projects must go through the following steps, unless exempted by code per Section 22.9.D

Step 2.Submit a pre-application online to discuss your proposal with staff 

  • All items must be submitted in PDF format.
  • Submit your pre-application with all required contents from Pre-application Process Guide through the customer portal HERE. You can find the application under "Planning and Zoning" - "Pre-application." If you are new to the Town's customer portal, you will need to sign-up first. A short video about the customer portal is available HERE.
  • Applications received by Wednesday at 5 PM will be scheduled for a meeting with the Development Review Committee (DRC) the following Thursday. Applications received after the deadline will be scheduled 2 Thursdays from the date received.
  • There are no fees associated with a pre-application review.
  • Upon receipt of your pre-application, staff will contact you with a time and date to meet with the Development Review Committee (DRC). The purpose of the DRC meeting is to introduce your project to town staff.
  • After the meeting, staff will provide preliminary comments regarding process and code compliance.

Step 3.Present and answer questions during the 1st neighborhood meeting

  • A neighborhood meeting is required prior to submittal of the formal application
  • The purpose of this meeting is to:
    • Summarize the review process
    • Introduce the application to neighbors
    • Provide an opportunity for neighbors to give feedback and identify any concerns to help inform the formal application

Step 4.Submit a formal application online

Step 5.Staff review

  • All applicable departments will review your submittal for code compliance.
  • Staff comments will be provided within 20 working days of a complete submittal.
  • A revised application addressing staff comments may be required and can be resubmitted online. Additional revised submittals may be necessary if code issues are not adequately addressed.

Step 6.Present and answer questions at a 2nd neighborhood meeting (if applicable)

  • The purpose of the 2nd neighborhood meeting is to:
    • Present your revised submittal to neighbors
    • Provide the applicant the opportunity to discuss any changes or mitigation measures incorporated to address prior concerns
    • Discuss any remaining issues or concerns to strive toward consensus
  • Additional neighborhood meetings may be necessary if unresolved issues remain

Step 7.Present and answer questions at the Planning and Zoning Commission Public Meeting

  • Preliminary Plats, Development Plans and the associated Landscape and Recreation Plans require consideration by the Planning and Zoning Commission
  • Staff will provide a staff report regarding General Plan and Zoning Code compliance and any neighborhood mitigation measures prior to the meeting
  • A staff presentation will be provided outlining the proposed application followed by staff’s recommendation
  • The applicant will be provided an opportunity to present their application
  • The general public, including neighbors, will similarly be provided an opportunity to speak during the public meeting

Step 8.Present and answer questions at the Town Council Public Meeting

  • Following a recommendation from the Planning and Zoning Commission, Town Council will consider the application
  • Staff will provide a staff report regarding General Plan and Zoning Code compliance and any neighborhood mitigation measures prior to the meeting
  • A staff presentation will be provided outlining the proposed application followed by the Planning and Zoning Commission’s recommendation
  • The applicant will be provided an opportunity to present their application
  • The general public, including neighbors, will similarly be provided an opportunity to speak during the public meeting

Step 9.Next steps

  • Upon Town Council approval, a final submittal package may be required to address any conditions from the Planning and Zoning Commission or Town Council.
  • Once the development review plans are signed by the applicable Town departments as approved, you may proceed with a final plat (if applicable) and/or construction improvement plans for permitting. An Irrigation Plan(PDF, 148KB) and Rainwater Harvesting Plan(PDF, 747KB) is required with the construction improvements plans.