Salt Lake City

Planning

Planning Division | (801) 535-7700 | zoning@slcgov.com

Applications

Due to the high level of applications currently, it can take up to 4 – 6 additional weeks to process your application. Thank you for your understanding, we apologize for any inconvenience.

Typical Processing Timeframes

Typical Processing Timeframes vary depending on the type of application and complexity of the project. Incomplete or missing information on drawings and application forms will delay processing.

Applicants are advised to submit detailed site plans, diagrams, photographs, and written narratives that explain their projects.

Look Up the Status of an Application

Application details can be accessed at the Citizen Access Portal, by selecting the planning tab, and entering the petition number. 

Online Application Submissions

The following applications are now available to submit online through Citizen Access Portal

Appeal Applications 

  • Appeal Admin Decision
  • Appeal Commission Decision

Historic Landmark Commission

  • Conservation District
  • Demolition – Contributing
  • Demolition – Non Contributing
  • Designation
  • Economic Hardship
  • Major Alteration
  • Minor Alteration
  • New Construction
  • Relocation
  • Special Exception

Planning Commission

  • Alley Vacation
  • Annexation
  • Conditional Use
  • Design Review
  • Master Plan Amendment
  • Planned Development
  • Special Exception
  • Street Closure
  • Transit Station Development
  • Zoning Amendment

Subdivision and Condominium

  • Consolidation
  • Final Plat Approval
  • Lot Line Adjustment
  • Preliminary Subdivision

Zoning Administrator

  • Administrative Interpretation
  • Determination of a Non-Conforming Use
  • Variance 
  • Zoning Verification Letter

Follow our step-by-step guide to learn how to submit your application online. 

For assistance in submitting one of these applications, please email zoning@slcgov.com for a faster response than phone

Site Plan Requirements

A Site Plan is a requirement on most of our applications.

View Site Plan Requirements.

Accessory Dwelling Units Handbook

We have designed a handbook for property owners who are interested in building an Accessory Dwelling Unit on a lot that has an existing single-family home. Our goal is to help you get started and prepare you with the basic information you need to start your process!

Accessory Dwelling Units Handbook 

This guide provides you with general information including: eligibility, ADU configurations, application process, commonly used terms, frequently asked questions, and resources.

View the ADUs Annual Report – 2019 , for more information on ADUS in Salt Lake City.