What is a special use permit?

Some uses require review by the Planning and Zoning Commission before they can be permitted. Special Use Permits are usually required because the proposed use has the potential to have a significant impact on neighboring properties. The Special Use Permit process ensures that the public has an opportunity to review and comment on the application. A Special Use Permit is an application process that has a public hearing before the Planning and Zoning Commission.

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1. Where is the Planning Office located?
2. What is the zoning of my property?
3. What can I do with my property?
4. What is a special use permit?
5. What is a permitted use?
6. What kind of fence can I put up at my house?
7. What are the setbacks for my property?
8. What is required to put up a sign for my business?
9. I received a notice from the City about my neighbor’s property? What does this mean?
10. Where can I view the Jerome Municipal Code?
11. Where can I get application forms?