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As we are a recognized neighborhood organization, the City's Planning Department routinely sends Notices of Pre-Application Meetings and Notices of Building Permit Applications to the Noe Neighborhood Council.
A Pre-Application Meeting is intended as a way for the Project Sponsor(s) to discuss a project and review proposed plans with adjacent neighbors and neighborhood organizations before the submittal of an application to the City. A Pre-Application Meeting is required anytime a project consists of new construction, any vertical addition of 7 feet or more, any horizontal addition of 10 feet or more, and/or the inclusion of decks over 10 feet above grade or within the required rear yard. (Other conditions may apply.) Typically, a Notice of Pre-Application Meeting is mailed approximately 2 weeks before the meeting is held.
A Notice of Building Permit Application is sent to property owners or residents within 150 feet of a proposed project. This notice provides for a 30-day "window" for public comment and Discretionary Review filings.
Please note that listings of Pre-Application Meetings and Building Permit Applications will be unavailable via this site until the City's shelter-in-place order is lifted. In the interim, please see the Planning Department web site here.