Time of Certification
- A Certificate of Adequate Public Facilities shall expire at the end of 5 years from the date of issuance, unless:
- The applicant has recorded a plat or plats for the proposed project; or
- The applicant has obtained a building permit for any part of the proposed project.
- If a Certificate of Adequate Public Facilities expires, a new application for a Certificate of Adequate Public Facilities shall be required for the proposed project. Upon new application, the facilities existing or planned at the time of the new application shall control.
- A request to extend the time of expiration of a Certificate of Adequate Public Facilities shall be submitted to the Director of Planning and Zoning prior to the expiration of the original approval.
- A Certificate of Adequate Public Facilities shall be extended by the Planning and Zoning Director for up to two five-year periods from the expiration of the original approval or any extended approval only upon a showing of good cause and provided that the intervening approvals of Certificates of Adequate Public Facilities for other proposed projects took into consideration the proposed project's impact on facilities, as required by Section 22.10.010C.
- An application for a Certificate of Adequate Public Facilities that had been previously approved but had expired with regard to a proposed project shall be submitted to the Director of Planning and Zoning.
- The application shall be based upon updated materials and analyses of all applicable facilities and standards under this title.
- The materials and analyses shall include an evaluation of the development or remaining development scheduled to be completed as part of the proposed project as compared to any infrastructure that has already been provided for the project.
- If the materials and analyses indicate that one or more facilities will not be adequate for the proposed project, the applicant shall proceed in accordance with the requirements of Chapter 22.28.
An appeal from the decision of the Director of Planning and Zoning to approve or deny an application for a Certificate of Adequate Public Facilities shall be made to the Board of Appeals in conformance with the provisions of Title 21, Chapter 21.30.
An appeal shall stay all proceedings in furtherance of the action appealed.