Code Enforcement Applications are Launching Online!
Planning Applications are Launching Online!
Effective January 1, 2018, per AB 1379, a State of California mandate:
The Building and Safety Division will assess an additional $4 per non-residential building permit for funding the State’s Certified Access Specialist program.
The purpose of this funding is to establish and publicize a program for voluntary certification by the state of any person who meets the specified criteria as a Certified Access Specialist (CASp).
EZ Online Permitting and Electronic Plan Reviews are here
San Bernardino County Land Use Services offers EZ Online Permitting and Electronic Plans for various permit applications. For more information on EZ Online Permitting please follow the link to the EZOP Portal here. For details on offered records that can be submitted click here.
Unclaimed Money Claim Form:
Please click here to access the Unclaimed Money Claim form if you are filing a claim with the Land Use Services Department pursuant to a legal notice advertised in the San Bernardino County Sun newspaper on Sunday, May 14, and Sunday, May 21.
In the aftermath of the Blue Cut Fire the County of San Bernardino has prepared a frequently asked questions and answers sheet to aide in a safe and speedy recovery after a fire.
Click here for a full list of questions and answers
Effective April 4, 2016, Revised thresholds for provisions of Water Quality Management Plans (WQMP) and Post Construction Measure Plans (PCMP)
In July 2013, the State Water Resources Control Board made revisions to the previous permit which mandated additional review and inspection activities for development projects. These changes are now being implemented locally through the Lahontan Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB) and will impact development projects in County areas including Phelan, Pinon Hills, Spring Valley Lake, Baldy Mesa and unincorporated areas of Hesperia, Victorville and Apple Valley. (See attached permit boundary map). Information including new Templates and Technical Guidance Documents (TGD) can be found by clicking here.
The Countywide Plan Public Outreach Efforts Begin!
Click here to learn more about our public outreach efforts and how you can play a part in the development of the Countywide Plan and the Community Plans.
Community Plan Workshops
The County of San Bernardino recently began the update of the 14 Community Plans and the preparation of an additional 13 new Community Plans. Most of the existing Community Plans were approved in 2007. The first community plan workshops in 11 communities began in late February with additional workshops in late March and mid-July. Over 200 people participated to provide the County with information regarding their communities. The remaining 15 communities will have workshops in late 2016 or early 2017. You may follow the workshops for your community by visiting the project website and clicking on the name of your community.
For information please visit the project website: www.countywideplan.com/cp.
The Countywide Plan
The County of San Bernardino has launched an exciting new effort to go further than any county or city has ever gone with a general plan before by creating the Web-Based Countywide Plan. San Bernardino County’s General Plan, last updated in 2007, will go well beyond a traditional general plan to become a comprehensive Countywide Plan that complements and informs the Countywide Vision by taking into account all services—not just land-use planning—provided by County Government, and the unique values and priorities of each unincorporated community. It will serve as a guide for County decision-making, financial planning, and communications.
For information please visit the project website: www.countywideplan.com.
Small Rooftop Solar
*New to the County is the Expedited Small Rooftop Solar Permitting. Please click here for details.