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|The City of Roseville joins California Building Officials and other local jurisdictions in celebrating Building Safety Month every year. Here are some ways you can ensure your family is living in a safe environment. |
|Now, more than ever, residential and non-residential property owners are looking for ways to save money on their energy bills, reduce their impact on the environment, and stimulate the local economy. With the help of MPOWER (Money for Property Owner Water and Energy efficiency Retrofitting), that couldn’t be easier. MPOWER will finance energy efficiency improvements and energy generation systems such as solar photovoltaic to qualified property owners, with no upfront costs. Visit their website at http://www.mpowerplacer.org/ for more information or to submit an mPOWER application.|
|The City of Roseville building permit application has been revised. Beginning July 1, 2015, only application packets with a revised date of July 1, 2015 noted on the bottom left of the forms will be accepted at the Permit Center for processing. Applicants should submit either a completed residential application packet for projects involving one and two family dwellings or commercial application packet for all other projects. The purpose of these revisions is to ensure we are processing building permits in compliance with State and Federal requirements.|
There are four parts to the revised application packets: the Building Permit Application with the Owner-Builder Acknowledgement, the Asbestos Requirements Fact Sheet with Declaration of Notice of Compliance, and the Air Quality Acknowledgment. Please review and complete all applicable forms included in the packet.
Feel free to contact the Building Division at 916-774-5332 should you have any questions about the new format. We are happy to help.
|At the October 22, 2014 South Placer Regional Transportation Authority (SPRTA) Board Meeting, the Board approved the SPRTA Fee Update. |
Under the updated fees, Roseville West fees are decreasing by $54 (from $944 to $890 per DUE) and Roseville East fees are increasing by $118 (from $956 to $1,074 per DUE).
|The Placer County Capital Facilities Fee adjustments include a Consumer Price Index (CPI) increase of 2.1%. Fees are effective for permits issued on or after October 1, 2014. |
This fee is collected for all new construction and remodels that include expansion. The fee is collected at the request of Placer County and as adopted by the Roseville City Council to mitigate the impacts of growth within the City limits on facilities needed to accommodate general county services.
|Following a significant amount of public outreach, on June 4th, 2014, the Roseville City Council approved changes to the Building, Planning, and Fire Department fee structures. The effective date for these amendments is Monday, August 18th, 2014.|
Here is a short summary of affected fees:
|Energy Code Ace can help! Visit the new website developed by the California Statewide Codes & Standards Program, designed to help you meet the requirement of Title 24, Part 6. Find FREE tools, training and resources at EnergyCodeAce.com.|
|Effective January 1, 2014 the 2013 California Code of Regulations Title 24 will be enforced on all permits submitted for application to the City of Roseville Building Division. These requirements are enforced by State Law, and effect all permits applied for after the 1st of January 2014.|
|Effective January 1, 2014, all single family residences built before January 1, 1994 must install water conserving fixtures throughout the home as a condition of building permits issued for home improvements, additions, and alterations. Compliance with this requirement will be verified at final inspection. The Building Division has put together a Notice to help you determine if this requirement applies to your project. You can also view Legislative Information regarding this new law.|
|Effective July 01, 2011, all single family dwelling units require smoke & carbon monoxide detectors throughout the residence, to be inspected and verified at final inspection. Please view the Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm Requirements to determine where your detectors should be located. The Department of Housing and Community Development has issued an Information Bulletin with further information regarding the stipulations of the enacted legislation.|