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What is a Certificate of Use?


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A Certificate of Use is a document issued by the Code Compliance Department after verifying compliance with all City codes. According to City Code, Chapter 121: Certificates of Use, a Certificate of Use is, “A document issued by the Director of the Code Compliance and Licensing Department after verifying with the City Manager and his/her designee, as appropriate, that the zoning use classification of any business, within any approved structure or building or unit therein, is allowed, prior to its occupancy and after inspection of the premises and proof of compliance with all the requirements of the City Code of Ordinances and all other applicable laws and regulations; provided, however, that no certificate of use shall be issued until it has been reviewed and approved by both the City Manager and his/her designee, as appropriate, and the Director of Code Compliance and Licensing.”

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