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ePlans allows property owners to submit development proposals and regulatory agencies to review applications electronically. The system helps manage critical project information and provides the opportunity for agencies and individuals who review and comment on new development plans to organize their comments as one voice to applicants and the public. Users at all technical skill levels communicate throughout the review process, and all project information is visible and accessible, allowing multiple reviewers to access information simultaneously.
ePlans is a major step toward streamlining the Planning Department’s development review process and provides real benefits, including cost savings, time savings, eliminating paper, greater coordination, and greater accuracy.
On July 1, 2014, the Planning Department went live with our electronic review process for Record Plat applications using our ePlans system. All record plats must now be submitted through ePlans, rather than in paper, and will be reviewed electronically.
We have scheduled several training sessions for individuals who will be submitting Record Plat applications for MNCPPC and DPS review through the Planning Departments’ ePlans electronic review process. Training will cover:
The training sessions will be held at the Planning Department in Media Room 118 on the following dates:
To make sure we can accommodate those who want to attend, we would like participants to register for the time of their choice by calling 301-495-4550 or emailing email@example.com. If you have questions about submitting Record Plat applications through ePlans or the content of the training sessions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following is an example of the typical record plat review process through ePlans:
Our ePlans supporting documents will guide you through submitting a complete application. We encourage your input on their usefulness. Please send us your comments.
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The following is an example of the typical preliminary or site plan review process through ePlans:
Last updated: July 28, 2014