What is a checklist of project requirements?
The checklist contains the required drawings or plans that a property owner has to submit such as the following:
- Site Plan - indicates the size and configuration of the lot and the location of the existing and proposed buildings or projects within the lot with dimensions.
- Floor Plan(s) - indicates the layout and sizes of the existing and proposed rooms or spaces with dimensions.
- Building Elevations - indicates the design and height (in feet) of the building, doors and windows, balconies, eaves, gutter and downspout, the wall and roof materials or finishes, and colors.

Note: Building and Safety Division has another checklist of plan requirements. It is advisable to get their requirements at the same time you get the Planning Division checklist of project requirements.

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1. Where can I get information on zoning, planning and development?
2. If I need copies of the zoning map or code, where can I buy them?
3. What is a checklist of project requirements?
4. Do I need an architect or an engineer to prepare plans?
5. Are plans to be in scale?
6. What graphic quality of plans is acceptable to the Planning Division?
7. What kind and size of paper do I use for my plans?
8. Once I have the plans and elevations drawn, where do I submit them?
9. After submitting them to the Planning Division, how long do I wait to get Planning approval?
10. If my plans are not in compliance with code requirements, what steps do I need to do?
11. Once my plans are approved by the Planning Division, where do I go next?
12. Are there any fees to be charged for the review of my plans?