What is a CUP ?
A CUP is a Conditional Use Permit . A process which provides for public input and review of certain uses which require special consideration because of their unique site development requirements and operating characteristics. CUP is a means of regulating the use of property in a zone where they are not permitted by right. The Planning Commission grants a CUP which is a discretionary permit granted subject to conditions to ensure compatibility with surrounding land uses.

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2. What is a CUP ?
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5. What is a Negative Declaration?
6. What is a Parcel Map?
7. What is a Resolution?
8. What is a Setback? How do I know what my setbacks are?
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10. What is a Tract Map?
11. What is a Variance?
12. What is an EIR?
13. What is an Ordinance?
14. What is CEQA?
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