Volusia County Development Engineering has implemented changes to the TIA Methodology submittal requirements. Below are the most notable changes you should be aware of when submitting applications.
A Preliminary Conceptual Plan Must be Submitted to Volusia County Development Engineering.
- A preliminary conceptual plan must now be coordinated prior to submitting the methodology. Also, the methodology needs to include and be based on the approved plan. If the project will need a county use permit, please coordinate conceptual plans with the county early in the process.
Developer Must Submit the TIA and TIA Methodology through the County Use Permit Application.
- A county use permit application is required to submit a project's use permit plans, as well as other materials including conceptual plans, methodologies, TIAs, responses to comments, and TIA required files. The project's same use permit will remain open until the project is approved.
Register for an account under New Users (click here for instructions). Choose the Planning tab, then select Record Type. Complete the request. Note: When entering address for Step 1, enter parcel number first, and when found, enter street number (or 0 if no street number) and street name. Once the request is received in the system, a Senior Planner will be assigned. The Senior Planner will contact you to set up an available date and time.
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The Planning Division is responsible for long range planning and administering the City's Land Development Regulations.
Duties & Responsibilities
The Planning Division is responsible for both long range and short range planning functions, as well as, development review coordination. Planning maintains and updates the City's Comprehensive Plan and the Land Development Regulations. All development plans are reviewed to assure conformity with these two guiding documents. Assistance is available in the Planning office, by telephone, email or in-person. Applications submitted for consideration are, but not limited to: Commercial & Multi-Family Site Plans and Subdivision Review / Plat plans for Technical Review Committee approval; Future Land Use Amendments, Annexations, Special Exceptions, Variance, Zoning Changes for Planning Board approval and Certificate of Appropriateness for historic resources.