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Conditional Use Permit

TMC Section 10.08.4250 – 10.08.4420

What is a Conditional Use Permit?

Every parcel within the City of Tracy is located within a specific zone district. Each zone district includes a list of permitted uses and conditionally permitted uses. A Conditional Use Permit is a discretionary approval for a specific land use that may or may not be appropriate for a given location. Questions related to zoning and Conditional Use Permit requirements can be answered by a Planner in the City’s Development Services Department.

Step 1

Submit Application

Development application forms, general submittal requirements, and the fee schedule are available on the City’s website and at the front counter of the Development Services Department. A City Planner will assist you through the process.

Step 2

City Review

City review includes routing application materials to multiple City departments and other agencies for comments. The comments are compiled into a comprehensive letter to the applicant, which details incomplete items, applicable requirements and staff recommendations. Once the application is deemed complete and all requirements are met, City staff will prepare the project for public hearing (step 4).

30 days
Step 3

Applicant Response

Some projects require additional information or clarification by the applicant and this step is the applicant’s response to those requirements. The applicant’s response will be reviewed by the City and steps 2 and 3 may be repeated if necessary.

30 days (typical)
Step 4

Public Hearing

Public hearings before Planning Commission are required for all Conditional Use Permits per the Tracy Municipal Code. Planning Commission has regularly scheduled meetings, which are typically the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers. A public notice of the hearing will be sent to all property owners within 300 feet of the subject property and posted in a local newspaper.

30 days (typical)*
Estimated Total Timeframe90 days (typical)**

* The timeframe may be extended to meet requirements of environmental review.

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