Civil construction plans are required to go through a development plan review process coordinated by the Permit Application Center (PAC). Development plan review is required to ensure that the layout and design of proposed development is compatible with surrounding uses and complies with City standards and ordinances.
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- Residential development consisting of multiple family, townhomes or single-family attached, two- to four- family, and group living uses of 25 units or more.
- Non-residential development of buildings 20,000 sq. ft. or more.
Civil construction plans are usually submitted prior to architectural building construction plans but may be submitted simultaneously with building plans for review. Building plans and civil construction plans should be submitted as two separate packages and not combined as they will be reviewed separately.
The landscape and lighting plan is also required to be approved before a building permit can be issued. The landscape and lighting plan can be part of the civil construction plans or submitted for review separately. Please see the Landscape and Lighting Plan Checklist for information about what to submit.
Submit your Civil Construction Plans to the PAC. The PAC will route your plans to the appropriate City departments for plan review. Plan review typically takes 10 business days. Plans may be submitted online.
The following links will guide and assist you through the civil construction plan review process:
Please contact Kathy Paterniti at 803-329-5515 or by email.