All exhibits (A, A-1, B-1, B-2, C through G) must be typewritten or neatly printed unless otherwise noted below.
ADDITIONAL REQUIRED ITEMS FOR SUBMITTAL:
A. Site plans (must be folded if larger than 11" x 17")
Eight copies of the site plan are required.
One copy of the floor plan, drawn to scale, must be submitted. Occupancy calculations are required and
shall be shown on the plan consistent with the Life/Safety Code, if the proposed use is for a bar/restaurant
B. One (1) copy of boundary/topo-/tree survey.
C. One (1) copy (8.5" x 14") is required for the AB sketch on which the surveyor based the legal description.
D. All applicants must submit one (1) copy of schematic exterior elevations (all views), per
plan copy, due with the initial site plan submittal. Photographs may be submitted, in lieu
of elevations, if the existing building is to remain.
E. Transportation Analysis: The Transportation Engineer will determine whether or not an analysis is required
with submittal of the application. Please refer to Exhibit A for sign-off.
III. SUBMITTAL OF AN APPLICATION:
The applicant package shall be submitted to the Land Development office at 1400 North Boulevard or submitted
online through the City's Accela system at aca.tampagov.net/citizenaccess/default.aspx.
IV. SCHEDULING OF APPLICATIONS
The Land Development Coordination Division (LDC) will assign a 'tentative' public hearing date
at time of submittal. Once LDC certifies the application, the public hearing date will be 'officially' assigned. LDC
routes the certified application to the City Clerk to be placed on the assigned City Council agenda.
V. NOTIFICATION OF PUBLIC HEARING
All notice shall be done in accordance with Section 27-149 of the City of Tampa Code or Ordinances. Please note
that the list received from the Hillsborough County Property Appraiser cannot be produced more than six (6)
months prior to the date of the filing for the pending application.
VII. FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH NOTIFICATION PROCEDURE
Failure to notify all Participating Neighbor(s)/Organization(s)(see Item V) or file the Affidavit of Compliance (see Item
VI) by the designated deadlines, means that proper notification of the public hearing has not been provided.
Therefore, the public hearing will be cancelled. To request a new hearing date, the applicant shall submit a letter
requesting to amend the special use application with the applicable amendment fee to the Land Development
The amendment request and fee must be filed within ten (10) days of the cancelled public hearing date, according
the City Council Rules of Procedure. The amended special use request will be rescheduled on the first available
City Council special use agenda. The applicant will be required to complete all public notice requirements as
described in Items V & VI for the new public hearing.
NOTE: If it is determined by City staff that the information provided relating to the Participating Organization is incorrect,
the application will not need to be amended (no amendment fee to be paid); however, the case shall be rescheduled in
order for the applicant to provide proper notice.