What Information is Provided?

During your First Step meeting, City staff from the Building, Community Development, Public Works, Police, and Fire Departments will provide you preliminary information to help you get your project started. During the meeting, you may learn about the availability of utilities at your site, how to submit development plans for review, sign regulations, parking requirements, transportation issues, comprehensive plan issues, fire safety requirements, zoning regulations such as setbacks and allowable activities within zoning districts, storm water management, and environmental protection requirements. By meeting with all the applicable city representatives at one time the applicant saves time and avoids having duplicate meetings with various individuals.

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1. What is the First Step Process?
2. What Should I Bring to a First Step Meeting?
3. What Information is Provided?
4. Does First Step Replace the Site Plan Review Process?
5. How Do I Make a First Step Appointment?