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Applications and Forms

 

 

Application Form

Used for DPRB Cases, Conditional Use Permits, Subdivision Map and Other Development Projects.

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Conditional Use Permit Checklist

The Conditional Use Permit Checklist provides information that is required when applying for a conditional use permit.

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Development Agreement

A development agreement is a contract between a developer and the city, typically regarding the developer’s land use project. The agreement spells out what the developer must do to develop the project. The agreement is a way of providing a developer with certainty in the entitlement process. A development agreement may be approved by the City Council where sufficient findings can be made to ensure that the change will be beneficial to the City and surrounding area and will be in conformance with adopted General Plan goals., policies and objectives.

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Development Plan Review and Subdivision Checklist

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Environmental Initial Study Part 1

This form is used to inform the City of the basic components of the proposed project so that the City may review the project under City policies, ordinances, and guidelines; The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). The more thoroughly this form is completed by the applicant, the more quickly the development proposal may be considered.

Complete and print the form.

 

For Sale and/or Lease Temporary Banner Permit Application

For Sale and/or Lease Temporary Banner Permit applications are used for non-residential real estate signs. Temporary non-residential real estate signs about the sale or lease of non-residential buildings or property may be permitted by the planning department.

The For Sale and/or Lease temporary banner permit application may be filled out and then printed out for your convenience. If you wish to use our online development application, please:

1) Fill it out to the best of your ability.
2) Print it out using a legible printer.
3) Sign the appropriate signature lines.
4) Bring it to the Planning Department when you file your application.

Unfortunately, we cannot accept e-mail or faxed applications at this time.

The Planning Department is always happy to help you if you have any questions. You may contact us at 909-394-6250.

Fill out and print this form.

 

Garage/Yard Sale Application

All Yard/Garage sales require a permit from the City of San Dimas. There is no fee charged for permits. The permitting process has been developed to monitor local sales.

Yard/Garage sales are permitted residential zones only. The maximum number of sales shall not exceed three in any calendar year. Such sales may not exceed three consecutive days.

Yard/Garage sales may not begin before 7:00 a.m. or extend beyond 10:00 p.m.

Signs that are located off of the property in which the sale is being held are not permitted.

Applications MUST BE submitted two (2) days before the date of the Garage/Yard Sale to be published on the City calendar. Requests received after the deadline or on the weekend cannot be issued.

The Planning Department is always happy to help you if you have any questions. Contact us at 909-394-6250.

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General Plan Amendment

A General Plan Amendment (GPA) may be granted by the City Council to change the land use designation where sufficient findings can be made to ensure that the change will be beneficial to the City and surrounding area and will be in conformance with adopted General Plan goals, policies, and objectives.

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Mills Act Checklist and Application

The Mills Act is a state law that enables a homeowner of a structure, listed as historically significant by the City of San Dimas, to agree (historical property contract) with the City to preserve, maintain and possibly rehabilitate the home or structure. In return, the homeowner receives a reduction in their property taxes.

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Reasonable Accommodations Request

Reasonable Accommodations Request provides disabled persons with flexibility from code requirements of any of the City’s rules, policies, practices and/or procedures.

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Specific Plan Amendment Checklist

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Temporary Use Permit Application

Temporary use permit applications are used for temporary use permits, temporary signs and banners, and other related applications.

The temporary use permit application may be filled out and then printed out for your convenience. If you wish to use our online development application, please:

1) Fill it out to the best of your ability.
2) Print it out using a legible printer.
3) Sign the appropriate signature lines.
4) Bring it to the Planning Department when you file your application.

Unfortunately, we cannot accept e-mail or faxed applications at this time.

The Planning Department is always happy to help you if you have any questions. You may contact us at 909-394-6250.

Fill out and print this form

 

Tree Removal Application

The City’s Tree Preservation Ordinance (SDMC 18.162) encourages the preservation of significant mature trees. Approval of a tree removal permit is required for those wishing to remove significant mature trees. Trees subject to this process are Oak trees that measure eight inches in diameter or greater; other tree species that measure 10 inches in diameter or greater; and multi-trunk trees having a total circumference of 38 inches (all measured at 36 inches above grade).
For more detailed information on the tree removal process, please contact the Planning Department at (909) 394-6250.

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Wireless Telecommunications Facilities in the Public Right-of-Way

Design Guidelines

Checklist and Required Supplemental Application No. 1

Required Supplemental Application No. 2

 

Zone Change Checklist

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