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Information Bulletins

Information Bulletins provide information on fees, submittal requirements or procedures.

INFORMATION BULLETIN 221

PDF icon Minimum Requirements for Retaining Wall/Level Backfill

Requirements for retaining walls with level backfill allowed in lieu of engineered design.

Revised August 2009


INFORMATION BULLETIN 222

PDF icon Minimum Requirements for Retaining Wall/Sloping Backfill

Requirements for retaining walls with sloping backfill allowed in lieu of engineered design.

Revised January 2010


INFORMATION BULLETIN 223

PDF icon Specifications for Wood and Masonry Fences

Requirements for wood and masonry fences.

Revised February 2009


INFORMATION BULLETIN 240


INFORMATION BULLETIN 241

PDF icon Factory-Built Housing

The purpose of this information bulletin is to explain permitting requirements for installing a newly constructed Factory-Built Housing (FBH).

Revised October 2019


INFORMATION BULLETIN 250

PDF icon Building Projects Change of Record

Changing of the property owner, contractor, permit holder, or the licensed design professional (architect/engineer) of record for a Building, Combination, Electrical, Mechanical, Plumbing, Fire Sprinkler, or Fire Alarm Permit.

Revised July 2020


INFORMATION BULLETIN 301

PDF icon Solar Photovoltaic Systems

Revised July 2020


INFORMATION BULLETIN 303


INFORMATION BULLETIN 350

PDF icon Construction Change Grading and Right-Of-Way

This Information Bulletin describes the procedures for obtaining approval for changes to construction plans that have been approved for grading and right-of-way permits.

Revised June 2019


INFORMATION BULLETIN 400

PDF icon Companion Unit/Junior Unit

A Companion Unit is a detached or attached accessory structure on a residential lot that provides living facilities for one or more persons, independent of the primary dwelling unit, which includes permanent provisions for living, sleeping, and cooking. A Junior Unit is an accessory structure that is contained entirely within an existing, habitable single dwelling unit.

Revised October 2019


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