Review Types

For informational purposes, you may file a conceptual site plan before applying for final site plan approval. You will receive written comments from review agencies which can be used to evaluate the feasibility of the plan. You must submit 22 sets of plans, an application fee and allow 45 days for review. No neighborhood or municipal notification is required. 

Full Review

Any project with 20 or more residential units or 10,000 or more non­residential square feet requires a full review. However, based upon a project's location or use, in conjunction with the neighborhood notification or municipal notification requirements, we have discretion to require a full review for many projects that do not exceed these criteria. You must submit 25 sets of plans, an application fee and allow 45 days for review. Approximately 20 County and State agencies, all unincorporated neighborhood associations within 1 mile of the site and all municipalities within 2 miles of the site are included in the review process.


​Minor Review

Most minor reviews are small additions to existing sites, however we have discretion to determine if a project requires a full review. You must submit 3 sets of signed and sealed plans (which include survey, site plan, landscape plan, lighting plan and construction plans), an application fee and allow a maximum of 6 months for review. No neighborhood or municipal notification is required. You will need to deliver the plans to several review agencies for approval.​​