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Planning Applications & Forms
Annexation & Appeals
Learn about annexation and appeals.
General Plan Amendment
The City’s General Plan is the “blueprint” for how, where and when development occurs and contains plans, goals and policies to protect public health, safety and welfare, protect the environment, and enhance the quality of life in Jurupa Valley.
Pre-Application Review & Rezoning
Access Pre-Application Review and Rezoning information.
Site Development Permits & Specific Plan
Look at Site Development Permits and Specific Plan information.
The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) requires that certain land use actions be reviewed for their potential adverse effects on the environment. If your project requires this review, you will be notified by City staff.
Certificate of Substantial Conformance
A Certificate of Substantial Conformance is a request to verify that a land use and/or property improvement (building, fencing or improvement) complies with Zoning Ordinance requirements, such as allowed uses, setbacks, height, parking or other development standards.
Conditional Use Permit (CUP)
Conditional use permits are discretionary Planning Department permits which allow flexibility in providing for, regulating or preventing various uses so they will be compatible with existing neighborhoods or desired conditions in neighborhoods.
A variance is a type of discretionary Planning permit which is typically used to allow minor relaxation by the Director of certain development standards in the Zoning Regulations that would otherwise prevent a property from being used in the same manner as other, similar property, where the intent of these regulations is not compromised by such minor relaxation.
Lot Line Adjustment & Lot Merger
See information about Lot Line Adjustment and Lot Mergers.
Request to subdivide land into five or more parcels requires submittal of an application, fee, application checklist and supporting information, including a tentative tract map prepared by a registered professional, qualified by law to prepare such maps and in a form acceptable to the City Engineer.
Home Occupation Permit
A home occupation permit is required when a person does business in a home, uses a home address as a business address on business tax certificates, or uses a home phone as a business phone.
Temporary Events & Time Extensions
Access Temporary Events and Time Extension information.