Engineering Documents

Any projects proposed within areas of potential geologic hazards require a soils report for geologic and geotechnical review.  The report must discuss the geologic and seismic hazards, and conclude that there is a geotechnically feasible building envelope, in addition to providing geotechnical design recommendations.  Please review the information provided below to determine if a proposed project would require this additional review.

The Hillside Development Standards and Guidelines were adopted by the Town Council in January, 2004. All new hillside homes and major addition and remodels of hillside homes are required to comply with the standards and guidelines. For more information contact a planner.

Traffic impact mitigation fees may be required for a proposed project.  Please complete the traffic questionnaire below and coordinate with the Town’s traffic engineer to determine if said fees will be necessary.
A traffic control checklist may be required for a project’s traffic control plan.  Please complete the checklist provided below and coordinate with the Town’s Public Works Inspector.

The Town’s Interactive GIS Map can be utilized to obtain information such as aerial maps, zoning districts, hillside area, and topographic contours.  Town maps of particular parcels can be requested with a completed application as provided below.

A preliminary estimate of fees required prior to the construction of public improvements can be determined with the Public Improvements Fee Estimate provided below.

Where required by a project’s Conditions of Approval, an approved Construction Management Plan is required in order to obtain a Building Permit and/or Grading Permit. The Construction Management Plan will be reviewed by the Engineering Division, Planning Division and Building Division prior to approval. The Construction Management Plan should be included in the Building and/or a Grading Permit set as a standalone full-size sheet that provides the information contained within the Construction Management Plan Guidelines below.