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Please note: in most cases a food handling establishment will require industrial pretreatment (outdoor in-ground grease interceptor) as determined by the wastewater pretreatment inspector.
Signage is controlled by the specific district of a site and requires approval and issuance of a sign permit before installation. Portable signs are not permitted. In some cases temporary banner signs can be used as long as they meet all required standards. Temporary banners or signs for businesses require written approval from the Director of Planning and Zoning.
A Planned Development allows greater flexibility than is generally possible under conventional zoning district regulations. This is done in order to encourage more creative design, to protect significant natural resources, and to promote development that is compatible with the goals of the Comprehensive Plan. There are three types of planned developments: residential planned developments, business planned developments, and special mixed planned developments. See City Code Chapter 21.24 for more information.