What information and plans are necessary to obtain an Adequate Public Facilities Certificate?
In addition to the submittal requirements for Site design Plan Review, each department involved in Adequate Public Facilities review - Fire, Police, Public Works, Recreation and Parks, Neighborhood & Environmental Programs, and Planning and Zoning - may require additional information. For access to the specific standards and requirements. please see the Departmental Review section of the Adequate Public Facilities webpage.

Show All Answers

1. Does my project require an Adequate Public Facilities Certificate?
2. Is it possible to apply for a Certificate of Adequate Public Facilities prior to submitting for other development approvals?
3. How long does it take to obtain a Certificate of Adequate Public Facilities?
4. What information and plans are necessary to obtain an Adequate Public Facilities Certificate?
5. My building and/or development will be fully sprinklered. Does it meet the fire department portion of the APFO?
6. I'm adding a second floor to my existing commercial building. Do I have to meet the fire department portion of the APFO?
7. What are non-auto transportation alternatives anyway and why should we provide facilities for them?
8. What types of facilities should developers be prepared to provide to fulfill this requirement?