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Conditional Use Permit / Variance
Conditional Use Permit
Cannabis Product Manufacturing
Parking Exception

 Administrative Review and Exceptions
   Administrative Review  
Site Plan Review
Site Plan Review Submittal Materials
  Daylight Plane
  Alameda Countywide Clean Water Program Submittal Checklist
  Stormwater Requirements Checklist 
  Water Efficient Landscaping

Development Requirements - Setbacks, Coverage, Height, etc.
Site Plan Review - Major/Minor
Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU)

Accessory Structures - Sheds, Workshops, Garages, Covered Patios, etc.
Story Poles
Example Site Plan
Homeowner Property Improvement Considerations
  Second Story Massing

Home Occupation - Home Business
Home Occupation/Business
Large Family Day Care (SB 234 Update)
  Short Term Rentals    

Commercial and Industrial
Outdoor Lighting Standards
  Industrial District Development Requirements    
Industrial Site Plan Review
  Public Convenience or Necessity

Temporary Signs
  Sign Regulations
  Bayfair Center Planned Sign Program and Design Guidelines for Tenant Signage (8/21/2009)
  Fashion Faire Place Master Sign Program (11/10/2014)

 Temporary / Mobile Uses
  Mobile Food Facility
  Residential Temporary Container (e.g. storage POD)
Zoning Verification Letter
Zoning Verification Letter
  Non-Residential Pre-Application Checklist
  Building Code Compliance Appointment Checklist
  Complete Streets Checklist
  Substantial Improvement Worksheet (For Properties Within a FEMA Floodplain)


We encourage all applicants to visit us at the Permit Center in City Hall before submitting. We will review your plans, answer your questions and provide guidance on how to proceed. We always recommend applicants and contractors perform due diligence, review the handout checklists, and proofread their plans before filing.

All applications must be submitted in person at the Permit Center located in City Hall. Appeals to City Council are filed with the City Clerk's office located on the second floor. Applications that remain incomplete and inactive for longer than six months may be withdrawn and closed as per San Leandro Administrative Code Section §5.5.120.