Can a conditional use permit be revoked or terminated?

Yes, the Planning and Zoning Commission can hold a public hearing to decide whether or not to revoke a permit if any of the following conditions are met:

  • There is a failure to comply with any conditions of the permit’s original approval, or other applicable provisions of the Town’s zoning regulations.
  • The conditional use stops for a year or more (or isn’t constructed within a year of the permit being granted).
  • The Town’s General Plan changes, so that the use in question is no longer permitted in that district.

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1. What is a legal nonconforming use?
2. How do you determine if a use is legal nonconforming?
3. What are conditional uses?
4. What is a conditional use permit?
5. How do I get a conditional use permit?
6. Can a conditional use permit be revoked or terminated?
7. What is a variance?
8. How do I get a variance?
9. What is a Planned Unit Development (PUD)?
10. What is a subdivision?
11. What is a minor land division?
12. What is a land split?