Site Development Plans and Subdivision Construction Plans
Plans and supporting documentation for SDP and SCP applications must be prepared and submitted per LDC Article 3, Section 3.3.7. The review is administrative, and once all the staff comments have been adequately addressed, an approval letter is issued with instructions for obtaining work authorization.
Development in the Downtown CRA Area:
The first phase of the CRA Stormwater Master Plan has also been implemented on Lafayette Street. The Stormwater Master Plan project significantly improves water quality in the South Cape. This is another opportunity for public/private investment to facilitate redevelopment in the South Cape by providing an alternative to the installation of conventional onsite water management treatment facilities. Please get in touch with email@example.com@capecoral.gov for more information.
The following links provide access to the various documents required for the successful submission of an SDP or SCP application. Please contact Development Services at (239) 573-3167 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions regarding the forms or process.
SDP Application, individual forms:
- Application w/ Site Development Covenant & submittal requirements;
- Hold Harmless Agreement;
- Private Fire Hydrant Responsibility Agreement;
- Fee Schedule;
- Sample Letter of Intent; and
- SDP Sufficiency Checklist.
Engineering Design Standards Deviation Request
Note: When processed separately from an SDP, the deviation requires a Limited Review fee;
Refer to the Planning Division page for the following documents:
- Non-Residential Design Standards Application;
- Environmental Survey/Report Guidelines;
- Burrowing Owl/Gopher Tortoise Affidavit
Site Development Plan Permit
Upon approval of an SDP, the applicant will be notified that the project was approved, and the permit may be issued to the applicant’s contractor. Before permit issuance, the contractor must submit a Site Development Permit Miscellaneous Application and a Notice of Commencement, and the associated permit fees must be paid.