Engineering Counter Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday: 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Friday: 7:30 am to 4:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: Closed
GENERAL PERMIT INFORMATION
The Public Works & Engineering Department has outlined the requirements for certain permits in the documents below. Please be sure to review and include all items in the checklist and to adhere to the submittal requirements listed in the Permit Process documents. Please click here for a complete list of permits and fee schedules.
NO INCOMPLETE SUBMITTALS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
||Whenever an address is being changed or assigned.
||$63 per address
||Address Assignment Handout (PDF)|
Anytime work is being performed in the public right-of-way (exception: installation of grass or small plants in the parkway).
All application documents, details, and conditions related to the Encroachment process can be found in the Encroachment Permit Handout.
Utility Companies may use the Encroachment Notification form when work is authorized via Annual Encroachment Agreement.
Varies per fee schedule + $50 filing fee
Encroachment Permit Handout (PDF)
Annual Encroachment Notification Form (PDF)
Traffic Flow Map (PDF)
Traffic Control Manual June 2010 (PDF)
When subdividing land and for the establishment of condominiums (reference the Subdivision Map Act for details).
Final Parcel Map = $810* + $215 non refundable admin fee
Final Tract Map = $972* + $494 non refundable admin fee* *Deposit amount. Map checking is on a time & materials basis
|Final Map Handout (PDF)|
When an excavation exceeds twenty-five (25) cubic yards on any one site and which is more than one (1) foot in vertical depth.
When a fill more than one (1) foot in depth is placed on natural grade with a slope steeper than five horizontal to one vertical (5:1).
When there is fill more than three (3) feet in depth, intended to support structures or mobile homes.
When surface paving of any kind exceeds three thousand (3000) square feet.
When an existing watercourse, channel, or revetment is altered by excavating, or placing fill, rock protection or structural improvements.
(Additional requirements may apply. See section 8.01.060 of the Municipal Code)
|Varies based on the total number of cubic yards and valuation of the grading and site improvements (see fee schedule). A recent revision to the DP Municipal Code calls for a fee of time and materials to be applied to projects with 500 cy or less
Grading Handout (PDF)
Grading Notes (PDF)
Headlands Grading Handout (PDF)
||Installation of new storm drains, sewer/water lines, street improvements, etc.
||Varies based on the valuation of the project (see fee schedule)
||Improvements Handout (PDF)|
|Lot Line Adjustment
||Any division of land not requiring a subdivision tract map, as specified by the Subdivision Map Act, where adjustment is sought between two or more existing adjacent parcels, the land taken from one parcel is added to an adjacent parcel, and a greater number of parcels than originally existed is not thereby created.
||$216 + $54 per parcel + $98 filing fee
||LLA Handout (PDF)|
||When a non-exempt vehicle exceeds a maximum gross weight of 10,000 pounds along or upon any restricted street.
||Single trip = $16 Annual Permit = $90
||Transportation Permit Handout (PDF)|
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WATER QUALITY INFORMATION
Certain permits will require a Best Management Practice (BMP) Report to be included in the submittal. Please review the permit checklists to verify if this is required for your submittal.
- Complete the Urban Runoff Threat Assessment Form to determine if your project is a low, medium, or high priority project. You will need to come to the front counter to complete this step.
- Obtain a BMP handout from the front counter pertaining to your project priority. This handout will list all of the BMPs that will need to be included in your report.
- Go to www.cabmphandbooks.com and click on the “Construction” link at the bottom of the page. You will need to print out the required BMPs and place them in a report which explains that your contractor will be implementing these BMPs during the construction phase of the project.
Also, certain projects will require a Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP). If you have obtained a Site Development Permit or Coastal Development Permit from the Planning Department, you should review the Conditions of Approval to confirm this requirement.
WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLAN (WQMP)
The City of Dana Point requires that approved plans for grading, improvements, and retaining walls for new tracts and parcel maps be submitted on Mylar.
The City requires that the Dana Point Standard Border be placed on all submittals.
* Click on the link below to download the AutoCAD DWG file: (AutoCAD 2000 Format)
Standard Border (DWG) (updated August 2009)
Individual Mylar sheets are available for purchase at the following location:
Irvine, CA 92618
If you have additional questions, please contact the Public Works & Engineering Services Department Secretary at (949) 248-3554.
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