Development Review

OVERVIEW 
The Development Review Team is responsible for the review and approval of preliminary and final plats, site plans, subdivision plans, and as-builts for commercial and residential developments in Woodstock. 

UNDERSTANDING THE DEVELOPMENT REVIEW PROCESS
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 WHAT IS SITE PLAN REVIEW?
A site plan is a type of drawing that shows existing and proposed conditions for a given area, typically a parcel of land which is to be modified.  A site plan typically shows buildings, roads, sidewalks, path/trails, parking, drainage facilities, sanitary sewer lines, water lines, lighting, trees and landscaping.  It will also provide information about topography, grading, and erosion control.
Specifications for site plans can be found by clicking here.
For information about submittal requirements and fees, click here

 WHAT IS A LAND DEVELOPMENT PERMIT (LDP)?
In Woodstock, prior to commencing ANY work on a site that has a disturbed area of greater than one-tenth of an acre, land development permits (LDP) must be secured. An approved site plan (stamped/signed) is required prior to the issuance of an LDP. 
An LDP issued by the City may include the following: 
     1.    Erosion & Sedimentation Control Permit
     2.    Clearing and Grubbing Permit
     3.    Stormwater Management Facility Permit
     4.    Underground Infrastructure Permit (water, sewer, stormwater)
     5.    Pump Station 
     6.    Above-Ground Infrastructure Permit (roadway, curb and gutter, catch basins, sidewalks, roadways (base coat, binder, asphalt topping))
     7.    Multi-Use Trail Permit 
Please note: an LDP may include all work or only a specific phase or phases of the project according to the approved site plan(s) on file.