What are Elevation Plans?
An elevation plan is a drawing that shows the exterior walls of a building from grade (ground level) to the highest point of a building, and it identifies existing and proposed colors and materials of the exterior of the building(s). Elevation plans must be legible, drawn to scale, and fully dimensioned.

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1. What is the process for filing a Planning Application?
2. When is a Variance application required?
3. What is a Conditional Use Permit?
4. What types of projects require a Development Review Board approval?
5. What are Development Standards?
6. What is a Site Plan?
7. What are Elevation Plans?
8. What is a Floor Plan?
9. How many copies of plans are required?