Before starting alterations to your home, business or property, consult with the Building Division regarding the need for a building permit.
It is not necessary to be a proficient draftsman, but the following basic information must be included on all plans submitted for approval:
Plans submitted for approval may need to be reviewed by the Development Services Department – Planning Division to ensure compliance with city zoning regulations.
The 2013 California Green Building Code (CALGreen) requires C&D projects, including additions and alterations, to divert from landfills at least 50% of the nonhazardous C&D debris generated during the project.
The City will not final the permit until documentation of compliance with these requirements is provided.