Housing Development per Senate Bills 330, 35 & 9

The City of Jurupa Valley Preliminary Application for Housing Development per SB330 and SB35 can be found here. Please note that the Preliminary Application form is a draft and may be subject to future revision.  

What is Senate Bill 330?

California Senate Bill 330, “The Housing Crisis Act of 2019,” was signed into law by Governor Newsom on October 9, 2019, and became effective January 1, 2020. The bill establishes a statewide housing emergency to be in effect until January 1, 2030. The Housing Crisis Act allows, for an applicant to submit a preliminary application for a housing development project to review the proposed development against the existing zoning, design, subdivision, and fee requirements that will apply to the housing development project throughout the review, vesting or freezing the proposed development to existing laws and regulations at the time of submittal.

What is Senate Bill 35?

California Senate Bill 35, which added the “Streamlined Approval Process” Section 65913.4 to the Government Code, was signed into law by Governor Newsom on September 29, 2017, and became effective January 1, 2018. The bill provides for a streamlined, ministerial approval process for multi-unit housing projects of two or more residential units or mixed-use, subject to certain conditions and consistent with objective zoning and design review standards.

What is Senate Bill 9?

California Senate Bill 9 was signed by Governor Newsom on September 16, 2021, and became effective January 1, 2022. This bill requires a proposed housing development containing two residential units within a single-family residential zone to be reviewed administratively if the proposed development meets certain requirements. Senate Bill 9 (SB 9) also requires a local agency to administrative approve an urban lot split in a single-family residential zone if it meets certain requirements, including a minimum lot size of 1,200 square feet. The City of Jurupa Valley enacted an Urgency Ordinance to respond to changes in state law and clarify eligibility and development standards within the City of Jurupa Valley.