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The engineering division reviews street and utility improvement plans for compliance with applicable design standards and regulations. The engineering division also inspects project construction to assure conformance with approved grading, drainage and storm water management plans.

Contact info:
Anthony Cabrera
Deputy Director
Phone: (707) 543-3209
ACabrera@srcity.org

Customer Survey

This survey (click here) is an opportunity for you to provide feedback regarding the services you received at Community Development Engineering Division. We value your input and suggestions and will use your feedback to improve operations and Customer Service within our division.

Thank you for taking the time to complete the survey.

Click here to see the Engineering Old Notes for Improvement Plans and Final Maps.

Grading Permit Brochure
Partnership Plan Checking Brochure
Encroachment Permit Application Package

***NOTICE***

Stormwater Regulations Have Changed

Effective January 1, 2010 the City of Santa Rosa is prioritizing Low Impact Development (LID) Best Management Practices (BMPs) for all new development and redevelopment projects requiring post-construction stormwater BMPs. On June 1, 2010, the project triggers requiring the design and submittal of a Standard Urban Stormwater Mitigation Plan (SUSMP) and the assotiated requirements changed.

All discretionary projects must complete the Determination Worksheet to identify whether or not the project is required to include post-construction stormwater treatment BMPs. Projects that are required to implement post-construction stormwater treatment BMPs need to provide a Preliminary SUSPM with the discretionary permit application(s).

The Stormwater Low Impact Development Technical Design Manual as well as downloadable design tools, such as the Stormwater Calculator, can be found on the City's webpage at:  www.srcity.org/stormwaterLID.

The revised stormwater treatment requirements are summarized on the City's stormwater permit webpage at www.srcity.org/stormwaterpermit.

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