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Planning Applications

  • General Development Application: Use this form for all discretionary applications such as Design Review, Sign Permits, and Conditional Use Permits; the form contains a list of all Planning applications offered by the Planning Department.
  • Planning Application Submittal Requirements: Use this form for a list of submittal requirements for most Planning applications.
  • Occupational Use Permit Application: If you are operating a business in Sausalito, you must first obtain Zoning approval. Use this form if you plan on operating a business in Sausalito, whenever a business is established in a new location or tenant space, or when an existing business changes its location or changes the square footage of its floor area or land area. Approval of this form is required prior to the issuance of a City of Sausalito Business License.
  • Zoning Permit Application: Most permits that require a Building Permit, will require a Zoning Permit. Use this form for all Planning applications

Supplemental Forms

Use this form for all discretionary applications such as Design Review, Sign Permits, and Conditional Use Permits; the form contains a list of all Planning applications offered by the Planning Department.

Appeal Forms

Trees and Views Applications

Historic Preservation

  1.  Your application results in the alteration to the exterior or publicly accessible spaces of, addition to, or demolition of an existing structure that is over fifty (50) years of age and subject to CEQA, or when an application involves new construction on a previously undeveloped site (concern for cultural landscapes).
  2. Staff requires this information in order to determine whether a property is or is not a historical resource under CEQA.
  • Certificate of Appropriateness Application: Use this form when there is a project to restore, rehabilitate, alter, develop, construct, demolish, remove, or otherwise change the exterior appearance (including paint color) of:
  1.  A structure/site officially deemed a historical resource under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).
  2. A designated Local, State, and/or National Historic Register property.
  3. A property within a Historic Overlay District.
  • Historic Design Guidelines: These Guidelines  provide guidance to property owners, decision-makers, staff, and the public for the preservation of the architectural heritage and integrity of the City’s historic resources.

Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) Permit Applications

Junior Accessory Dwelling Unit (JADU) Permit Applications

Fees

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