Last Updated: 07/01/2023

Preliminary Housing Development (SB-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. For more information, see Planning Director’s Bulletin No. 7.

The Housing Crisis Act allows for an applicant to submit a preliminary application for any housing development project, meaning a project of two or more units and that is at least two-thirds residential by floor area. The purpose of the application is to collect specified site and project information in order to determine the zoning, design, subdivision, and fee requirements that will apply to the housing development project throughout the review and entitlement process.

For questions, you can call the Planning counter at 628.652.7300 or email where planners are able to assist you.

Español: Para información en Español llamar al 628.652.7550. Tenga en cuenta que el Departamento de Planificación necesitará al menos un día hábil para responder.

中文: 如果您需要中文的帮助, 请致电628.652.7550。请注意, 计划部门至少需要一个工作日才能做出回应。

Tagalog: Para sa impormasyon sa Tagalog tumawag sa 628.652.7550. Paki tandaan na mangangailangan ang Planning Department ng hindi kukulangin sa isang araw na pantrabaho para makasagot.

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