The Planning Division provides professional guidance and technical assistance to the City Council, planning commissions and the public; implements and monitors city growth and development policies; accepts, processes and analyzes development applications and recommends action on such applications to the Council, Planning Commission and Design Committee. The Planning Division also acts on items such as administrative permits, sign permits, home occupations and code enforcement.
Also effective July 1, 2013, all permits are subject to an added 3 percent Technology Fee pursuant to Ordinance #5014. Learn about development project proposals by:
Reading the Development Activities Reports which list all current and proposed projects in Roseville. The reports include both residential projects, such as subdivisions and apartment complexes, and non-residential projects, such as commercial and industrial projects. A monthly report is published after the end of each month and a quarterly report is published four to six weeks after the end of each quarter.
Checking with your RCONA representative, who receives notices of all neighborhood projects requiring a public hearing. This advance notice during staff evaluation of the project gives RCONA representatives an opportunity to learn about a project and provide feedback before the public hearing.
Watching for Planning Commission and Design Committee agendas, which are posted at the Planning Division, 311 Vernon Street, and are available on the Internet by clicking here. The Planning Commission can be contacted at Planningcommission@roseville.ca.us.
Development Services Department, Planning Division
Planning Division staff are available Monday thru Friday from 8 am to 5 pm. Applications are accepted at the Permit Center front counter daily from 8 am to 4 pm.
For questions about Building Permits and Plan Checks, please contact the Building Division at 774-5332. For questions about Improvement Plans and other Engineering Permits, please contact the Engineering Division at 774-5339.