What is the difference between a Site Plan and a Simplified Site Plan?
A Site Plan is a very detailed drawing that is required for land development. A Simplified Site Plan is for less intensive projects that meet the requirements of Section 164-209 of the City Code. The Director of Planning reviews and approves Simplified Site Plans.

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1. What is the difference between a Site Plan and a Simplified Site Plan?
2. How do I submit a proposed development plan to the City of Westminster?
3. Where is the pre-submittal meeting held?
4. How do I get my Letter or Credit or Surety Bond reduced?
5. What is the Letter or Credit or Surety Bond and why is it required?
6. What is a Public Works Agreement (PWA)?
7. Are the developer and/or engineer required to attend the meeting in order to obtain an approval from the Planning and Zoning Commission?
8. When and where are the Planning and Zoning Commission meetings?
9. When can we present the project to the Planning and Zoning Commission?
10. Do I have to fill out a water allocation request if I am in the City of Westminster?
11. How long will it be before I get my building permit?