§ 18.06.108. Summary of Title 18 Administrative and Review Roles


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  • The following Table 18.06-1 summarizes the review and decision-making responsibilities of the bodies that have specific roles in the administration of the procedures set forth in this chapter.

    TABLE 18.06-1: SUMMARY OF TITLE 18 ADMINISTRATIVE AND REVIEW ROLES
    PROCEDURE
    TITLE 18
    ARTICLE/
    SECTION
    REF.
    REVIEW BODY(R)
    DECISION BODY (D)
    APPEAL BODY (A)
    Administrator PC CC Hearing
    Examiner
    Annexation
    Chapter 18.04 R D
    Policy and Municipal Code Amendment Procedures
    Article III
    Master Plan Amendments 18.05 R R D
    Amendments to Text of Title 18 18.06.302 R R D
    Administrative Interpretations of Title 18 Text 18.06.303 D A A
    Minor Master Plan Amendments 18.05.500 R D
    Zoning Review and Approvals:
    Article IV
    Development Agreement 18.06.401 R D
    Project of Regional Significance 18.06.402 R R (1) R (1)
    Planned Unit Development Review 18.06.403 R R D
    Zoning Map Amendment 18.06.404 R R D
    Special Use Permits 18.06.405 R D (5) A
    Site Plan Review 18.06.407 D A A
    Variance 18.06.408 R R/D (2) (5) D/A (2)
    Outdoor Dining Permit 18.06.410 D A A
    Minor Deviations 18.06.411 D A A
    Division Of Land Review, Approval And Modification:
    Article V
    Tentative Map 18.06.501 R R/D (3) D/A (3)
    Final Plat 18.06.502 D A
    Parcel Map 18.06.503 D A A (4)
    Reversion to Acreage 18.06.504 D A A
    Boundary Line Adjustments 18.06.505 D A A
    Abandonment
    Article VI
    R/D D
    Grading, Building, and Construction
    Permits
    Article VIII
    Grading Permits 18.06.801 D A A
    Building Permits 18.06.802 D A A
    Fence or Wall Permit 18.06.803 A
    Sign Permit 18.06.804 A
    Mobile Home Park/RV Park Permit 18.06.805 A
    Demolition Certificate and Certificate of Appropriateness—Historic/Landmark Overlay District
    18.06.807 Administrator = R
    Historical resources commission = D
    City council = A
    NOTES TO TABLE 18.06-1:
    (1) See Section 18.06.402: The city's actions on all projects of regional significance are not final until there is a finding of regional plan conformance. After the planning commission and/or city council makes its decision, the regional planning commission will make a determination of regional plan conformance. Projects of regional significance that do not otherwise require planning commission or city council review may be directly transmitted to the Regional Planning Agency without planning commission or city council recommendations.
    (2) See Section 18.06.408: In some instances, the planning commission acts as the deciding body, in which case the city council is the appeal body. In other instances, the planning commission acts as recommending body only, and the city council is the deciding body.
    (3) See Section 18.06.501: In some instances, the planning commission acts as the deciding body, in which case the city council is the appeal body. In other instances, the planning commission acts as recommending body only, and the city council is the deciding body.
    (4) See Section 18.06.503: The city council may hear appeals from the planning commission's decisions on appeals heard from the administrator's final decision.
    (5) See Section 18.18.302: Special Use Permit and Variance: Applications involving historic districts or resources are required to obtain a certification of appropriateness in accordance with Chapter 18.18.

     

(Ord. No. 5729, § 3, 9-16-05; Ord. No. 6000, § 1, 1-30-08; Ord. No. 6022, § 2, 5-14-08; Ord. No. 6171, § 1, 1-19-11)