What is a Conditional Use Permit (CUP)?
Conditional Use Permit (CUP) As it is an important aspect of zoning and land use regulations that may come up in various planning and development contexts. For Approval of certain conditional uses as set forth in the Use Matrix and elsewhere in the SLDC (Sustainable Land use development code).
A conditional Use permit is a legal document or authorization issued by a local govern typically a city or county, that grants permission for a property owner or developer to use their land or property in a manner that is not typically allowed by the exciting zoning regulation. In other words, a CUP allows for a specific land use or development activity that is considered acceptable if certain conditions are met.