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Santa Rosa

Santa Rosa City Public Copy Request

Request from the City Planning Dept. Archives

Request from the City Planning Dept. Archives

There is a possibility that the City of Santa Rosa might have a “plot plan” of your property (or other historic building permit information) in City Building Permit records from when the houses were first constructed. These are housed in the Planning and Economic Development Department in Room 3 at City Hall (100 Santa Rosa Avenue, Santa Rosa). But they are not quick and easy to access, and it takes about 10 days to get your hands on them since it means digging through archives and microfilm to find them.  You can request via mail and save yourself a trip downtown.

To find out what information the City might have about your property, the owner will need to complete the City’s “Public Copy Request Form” and submit it to the City’s Planning & Economic Development Department via hand delivery or mail to this address:

Planning & Economic Development
Attn: Copy Requests
100 Santa Rosa Avenue, Room 3
Santa Rosa, CA 95404

Source: Joshua Damron, Area 4 Block Captain and City of Santa Rosa Planning Dept.

Helping our Community Rebuild Zoning Guide

Santa Rosa’s Post-Fire Zoning Guide

Santa Rosa’s Post-Fire Zoning Guide

The City of Santa Rosa has published a 24-page guide to the rebuilding process after the fires.  They take you through several steps of the journey-from debris removal, to design, permit and review, construction and inspections.  In addition, the guide includes several pages of frequently asked questions with brief answers.  Residents will definitely find the information in this guide relevant and useful over the next several months or longer.  Read the guide online here or download and print your own to keep handy.

Helping our Community Rebuild Zoning Guide
Santa Rosa’s Helping our Community Rebuild Zoning Guide