A conditional use permit is a zoning exception that allows the property owner to use his/her/their land in a way not otherwise permitted within the particular zoning district.
A zoning ordinance cannot account for every situation, and exceptions such as the conditional use permit give the zoning authority discretion to allow uses otherwise prohibited in the specific district to benefit the neighborhood. A conditional use permit is commonly granted to add commercial, education, or religious services to residential zones.
A conditional use permit is designed to allow flexibility within the zoning laws. Churches, schools, and small or home-based businesses in residential neighborhoods are all products of the conditional use permit, which allows an exception to the zoning law.
The Alpine Design Staff can assist you in preparing your Conditional Use Permit Application.
We look forward to assisting you with your project.