The City Bulletin of Public Notices includes the City's official advertising and notices as required by City, State or Federal regulation. This site provides important information about public hearings, bid & contract opportunities, city ordinances and resolutions, and many other official notices. The notices can be listed by one of the nine main categories defined below. For a complete historical listing of legal notices, please visit the website of the City's Official Newspaper, the Daily Transcript.
Noticing property owners, tenants, concerned citizens or interested persons on a public hearing held by City Council, Planning Commission, or Hearing Officer.
The following documents are available to view at the CEQA website:
- Projects that have been determined to be subject to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and are currently available for public comment
- Final environmental documents prepared by the City of San Diego
- Notices of environmental determinations made by City staff, the City Hearing Officer, and the City Planning Commission that may be appealed to the City Council in accordance with Section 112.0520 of the Municipal Code
Go to the CEQA Website
Noticing property owners, tenants, concerned citizens, and interested persons on applications for permits, maps or other matters regarding land use and development. Includes Notice of Application, Notice of Future Decision.
Notices of a miscellaneous nature.
An ordinance is a law adopted by the City Council. Ordinances usually amend, repeal or supplement the Municipal Code; provide zoning specifications; or appropriate money for specific purposes. Most ordinances require two hearings: an introduction, followed later by the final adoption. A resolution is a formal expression of opinion or intention of the City Council. Resolutions usually become effective upon their adoption.
Noticing to concerned citizen and interested persons of City Council Resolutions and Ordinances.
Visit Bids & Contracts for other information related to Materials/Equipment/Services, Construction and Consultants.
It is the policy of the City of San Diego to encourage equal opportunity in its construction, consultant, material and supply contracts. The City is committed to equal opportunity and will not do business with any firm that discriminates on any basis.