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What is changing in the Natomas Basin, and when can construction begin?

For more details about the Natomas Basin continue checking our Natomas Basin webpage. 


The Electronic Plan Check Program has Expanded!You can now submit electronically for Residential Projects and Residential Subdivisions in addition to Commercial Projects. For details, visit our Electronic Plan Check page.

The General Plan is undergoing an update.

Need to visit our public counter? View our live counter wait times dashboard so you can determine how long the estimated wait times are and plan your visit accordingly.

Community Development has embarked on numerous changes to make the building permit process easier - Sacramento Streamline is one of them.

On January 1, 2014 a new State Law went into effect which applies to all single family residences built before January 1, 1994. This legislation requires water conserving plumbing fixtures be installed throughout the home as a condition of building permits applied for after January 1, 2014.  Read more ...


Oct 08 - This week’s Business First Spotlight features the Oasis Hair Lounge, located at 621 Capitol Mall #19 on the first floor across the street from the future Golden 1 Center. Oasis Hair Lounge opened in October 2014 and has been creating a relaxing atmosphere that caters to the needs of the customer ever since. Business specialties include barbering to a variety of styles while providing a deliberate approach that does not leave the customer feeling rushed. [ 58 more words. ] Read Post

Oct 08 - Stay away from bodies of water with blue-green algae - Some algae may be toxic in large quantities. County of Sacramento - Health officials are advising the public and their pets in Sacramento County to stay away from rivers, lakes, ponds and any bodies of water that have scum layers, large mats or other visible blooms of blue-green algae. Sacramento County Public Health was notified this week by a local veterinarian that a dog had died after swimming in the Sacramento River at Sand Cove Park. Read Post