Does my project require an Adequate Public Facilities Certificate?
All new development or redevelopment of any non-residential building or any mixed-use development of non-residential and residential uses, proposed by an applicant, where the proposed development is greater than 10,000 square feet in area or a residential subdivision of more than 11 lots regardless of the square footage of the development is subject to adequate public facilities review and certification.

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1. Does my project require an Adequate Public Facilities Certificate?
2. Is it possible to apply for a Certificate of Adequate Public Facilities prior to submitting for other development approvals?
3. How long does it take to obtain a Certificate of Adequate Public Facilities?
4. What information and plans are necessary to obtain an Adequate Public Facilities Certificate?
5. My building and/or development will be fully sprinklered. Does it meet the fire department portion of the APFO?
6. I'm adding a second floor to my existing commercial building. Do I have to meet the fire department portion of the APFO?
7. What are non-auto transportation alternatives anyway and why should we provide facilities for them?
8. What types of facilities should developers be prepared to provide to fulfill this requirement?