Community Development Department

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The Community Development Department is responsible for the development and maintenance of community goals regarding the natural and built environment.  This includes planningbuilding permits and code enforcement

The department provides administration to the Planning Commission and support to the City Council.  The department is tasked with maintaining the City's General Plan, the blue print for the future of the City, and the Community Development Director serves as the Zoning Administrator.

What's New

On September 14th, 2014, Brisbane School District Developer fees for new construction increased.  New Residential homes and additions increased to $3.36 per square feet, and New Commercial and additions increased to $.54 per square feet.  Please review the Brisbane School District's Resolution and Developer Fee Justification Study for more information.

The final draft of the 2015-2022 Housing Element is available for review and will be presented to City Council on Thursday, October 2nd in the Community Meeting Room, City Hall, 50 Park Place, Brisbane.

To assist in re-envisioning the future of Crocker Business Park, the City of Brisbane, in partnership with the Urban Land institute, undertook a Technical Assistance Panel  (TAP) earlier this year.  Through the TAP, a panel of independent land use, economic and design professionals visited and analyzed Crocker Park, interviewed community stakeholders and developed a series of observations and recommendations for the City Council's consideration.   The Crocker Park TAP report has been finalized and can be found on the Crocker Industrial Park webpage.

 

Sections

Planning Division:  Includes planning application form and fee schedule, planning application handouts, zoning and land use maps, outline of development projects and sites in the City, the General Plan, Planning Commission and Zoning Administrator information.

Building Division & Code Enforcement:  Includes general information on what type of work requires a permit, building permit handouts, a building permit fee estimator, a list of building codes used by the City and information on the code enforcement process.

The Baylands
 
Includes an outline with links to the various materials that have been prepared as part of the Baylands planning and EIR process.