The Community Development Department encompasses the Planning, Building Inspection and Code Enforcement Divisions. The primary responsibility of the Planning Division is Zoning Administration. Zoning Administration encompasses all aspects of land development review, including: keeping the City's Subdivision and Zoning Ordinances current and effective; meeting and consulting with potential applicants regarding the development review process; reviewing development proposals for consistency with the City's Plans and Ordinances and forwarding recommendations to the Planning Commission and City Council; plan-checking approved projects and following through with on-site inspections; considering annexation requests, and; analyzing County projects within the City's Sphere of Influence for consistency with the City's Plans and Ordinances. The Planning Division also includes Advance Planning responsibilities for planning assignments. The Building Inspection Division is responsible for administering the Uniform Building Code requirements, both though the plan-checking and on-site inspection process. The Code Enforcement Division is responsible for enforcing the Municipal Code and for administering both special business license and event permit requirements and parking fine and false alarm collections. In addition, community development is responsible for the administration of the local Community Development Block Grant program.