Planning and Development ensures developments comply with codes and ordinances.
About Planning & DevelopmentThe Planning and Development Services Department is organized with the client in mind. With the divisions of planning, engineering, and building inspections all under one department, we offer our clients a one-stop approach to conducting their business. From the minute they walk in the door, clients have access to all of our services under one roof -- from initial exploration of the planning process to engineering reviews and final approval.
Planning & Development Services
The Planning Division is responsible for strategic planning and development project review services to Dinuba residents and the development community.
Planning and Development ensures safe and affordable housing and commercial structures that comply with applicable codes and ordinances.
The Engineering Division helps provide a safe work environment for residents, contractors, and city employees.
The Code Enforcement Division enforces Municipal, Zoning, and Building Codes on public and private property throughout the City.
The Housing Division is responsible for Housing related matters within the City.
Planning & Development Forms are available on the Permits & Applications page.
The project includes the subdivision of a 15.8-acre site into a 71 single family residential planned unit development, along with a 1.2-acre neighborhood park and associated streets and utility connections. Associated actions include a zone change (to apply the PUD (Planned Unit Development) zone to the site.
An Initial Environmental Study was completed in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). This Initial Study was undertaken for the purpose of determining whether the project may have a significant effect on the environment. On the basis of this Initial Study, the City Staff has concluded that the project will not have a significant effect on the environment (provided the project incorporates mitigation measures into its development) and has therefore prepared a Draft Mitigated Negative Declaration. The Initial Environmental Study reflects the independent judgment of the City.
Public comments on the Negative Declaration will be received by the City through April 19, 2022. Written comments should be sent to the City of Dinuba Public Works Department, 1088 E. Kamm Avenue, Dinuba, CA 93618 ATTN: Karl Schoettler or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.