A City Planner is generally available at the counter Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm, but we recommend you schedule an appointmentt. If you would like to schedule an appointment, please contact the Department at 650-616-7074 or send us an email.
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FOR INFORMATION ABOUT UPDATING THE HOUSING ELEMENT, CLICK HERE
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VIEW CURRENT PROJECTS HERE
VIEW THE DRAFT CLIMATE ACTION PLAN HERE
FREQUENTLY REQUESTED INFORMATION
Document or Application
|New Business License Packet||Explains the process and requirements for starting a new business in San Bruno.|
|Residential Design Guidelines
||Explains the design requirements for all new houses and alterations to single-family and two-family homes.|
|Requirements for Additions/Alterations Single and Two-Family Homes||Explains the process and requirements for doing additions to houses in San Bruno. Includes information like setbacks, floor area ratio, and lot coverage.|
|Planning Review Application||Form to use for most planning applications including Architectural Review Permits and Use Permits.|
|Sign Review Application||All new signs require approval from the Planning Division.|
|Requirements for a Second Dwelling Unit||Information and application to add a second unit, commonly called an "in-law" unit.|
|View the Zoning Map (Beta Version)||PDF map of the City with the zoning designations.|
|Large Family Daycare Homes||Information about operating a daycare at your home for 9-14 children.|
Watch a video about accessory structures HERE
|Regulations for accessory buildings and information about when a building permit is required.|
Watch a video about fences HERE
|Fences do not require a building permit, but you must follow all the regulations.|
|Stormwater Quality- NPDES
Summary of Requirements
Changes to Requirements in 2011
Hydromodification Management Worksheet
Hydromodification Management Map
|These requirements apply to projects that create or replace 10,000 square feet or more of impervious surface. Talk to a member of the Planning staff for more information.|
FUNCTIONS OF THE PLANNING DIVISION
- Promoting long-range comprehensive planning for the City, including the preparation, revision, and administration of the General Plan.
- Maintaining, updating, and administering the Zoning Ordinance Map and land use functions of the City.
- Administer the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).
- Provide technical assistance and prepare professional reports to the following committees, commissions, and governmental bodies:
- Planning Commission
- Architectural Review Committee
- Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee
- City Council
- Liaison to other governmental agencies and groups
FLOOD ZONE INFORMATION FOR ENTIRE CITY
Flood Zone D