What can I do to reduce the number of reviews?
In addition to the Development Review web page, also visit our Engineering and Land Surveying pages. As our information is continually being updated, visiting these pages prior to the commencement of your project will ensure you have obtained the most current information, saving you both time and money. In addition, the Public Works Department is going as "green" as possible by reducing the number of submittal documents previously required to a single hardcopy. Instead of having applicants submit multiple hardcopies for review, applicants are encouraged to include electronic files which will be reviewed and subsequently returned via e-mail. This method reduces the PW review turn-around time by a week or more. To take advantage of this huge time and money saving method, please be sure to adhere to the electronic file requirements relayed by Public Works during a development Pre-Application Meeting or as indicated on the Building Permit Application checklist.

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1. How long will the Public Works review take?
2. What can I do to reduce the number of reviews?
3. Does my property lie within a floodplain?
4. What will be my site drainage requirements?
5. When are stormwater quality treatments required?
6. When do I need a Stormwater Maintenance Agreement?
7. What are the Public Works Review Fees?