Structures subject to design review are within the Eastchester Scenic Corridor District, the Main Street Zoning District, or the Washington St. Mixed Used District.
This process is used to convey public utility easements (electric, water, sanitary sewer, or other utility easement) to the underlying property owner.
The Exclusion Map process is designed for a land development plan that divides a parcel into two or more lots and meets one of four exceptions to the subdivision definition.
Group development is a land development that is developed with two or more principal buildings on the same tract of land that are to be occupied by separate families, firms or other enterprises.
Public Tree Certificate
The City Council established an urban forestry program for the conservation and maintenance of trees on city owned or controlled property. Requests to plant, trim, or remove such a tree requires the review and approval of the Urban Forestry Committee.
Site Plan approval is the administrative process that ensures that land development project complies with all applicable regulations contained in the Development Ordinance and related City codes.
Street & Utility Plan
The Street and Utility Plan process is used to review and approve plans for constructing public streets, water, sanitary sewer and storm sewer facilities to serve land development.
A subdivision is a land development that divides a parcel of land into two or more lots, except for those land divisions that meet the Exclusion Map criteria. It includes all divisions of land involving the dedication of a new street or a change in existing streets.