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City Hall and City Services
Your City Council and city staff are operating with essential services. This means City Hall remains open Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 5 PM as an essential service facility but with some modified services. City staff who can work from home are doing so to do their part and those who are at City Hall are adhering to social distancing guidelines.
Entitlement Submittal Process
We have modified our entitlement submittal process. You may drop off documentation for entitlement submittals at City Hall, and a city staff member will work on your request and contact you via telephone if there are any questions.
You may also email entitlement submittals to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Hours|| Monday thru Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
|Telephone|| (916) 851-8750
|Address|| City of Rancho Cordova
2729 Prospect Park Drive Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
The Planning Department is located on the 1st floor of the City Hall Building.
For general planning/zoning inquiries please call (916) 851-8750 or email email@example.com
- City Zoning Map
- Planning Viewer Map
- Active Planning Projects
- Zoning Code
- Folsom Boulevard Specific Plan
- Housing Element
- 2016 Sacramento Countywide Local Hazard Mitigation Plan
South Sacramento Habitat Conservation Plan
The City of Rancho Cordova assisted in local efforts to adopt the South Sacramento Habitat Conservation Plan (SSHCP or Plan). The SSHCP encompasses a 317,000 acre area in south Sacramento County and streamlines federal and state permitting for development and infrastructure projects while conserving habitat. An interconnected regional preserve system of over 36,000 acres - roughly 1.2 times the total size of San Francisco - will be created over the next 50 years to protect twenty-eight plant and wildlife species and their natural habitats. The Plan is the first in the nation to include Clean Water Act (CWA) permits issued by the Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and Endangered Species Act (ESA) permits issued by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS). Instead of permitting through several separate state and federal agencies, most actions in the Plan area can be permitted through the City of Rancho Cordova Planning Department.
The Plan Area is located in the southern portion of Sacramento County. It is divided into two components: inside and outside the Urban Development Area (UDA). All proposed urbanization and some preserves will occur inside the UDA. Most preservation will occur outside of the UDA and help protect agricultural lands as well as habitat.
SSHCP Covered Activities may be carried out by the Permittee Agencies or by Third Party Project Proponents. The Conservation Strategy and process for Covered Activity project authorization is described in the SSHCP and associated permits. In all cases language in the permit(s) prevail when different than the SSHCP. The Plan will be made consistent with the permit conditions and language.
- SSHCP Plan Area
- SSHCP 2019 Mitigation Fees
- SSHCP Avoidance and Minimization Measures
- USFWS Incidental Take Permit (ITP)
- USACE Programmatic General Permit
- California Department of Fish and Wildlife ITP
- Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board 401/WDR
- Aquatic Resources Program
- Aquatic Resources Protection Ordinance
Forms are located on the Application Forms page. Click here.
Darcy Goulart, Planning Manager
Roles, Responsibilities and ActivitiesThe Planning Department does a number of things to ensure a well planned, attractive and sustainable community, and to respond to the needs of the community, including:
- Development review: Reviewing planning applications for compliance with City standards and policies including Zoning, Specific Plans, and SPAs, and Design Guidelines
- Advance planning: Support for policy changes including General Plan updates
- Environmental review
These functions help us carry out our goals to create a positive community image that promotes community investment and enhancement in both new and existing neighborhoods, promoting bicycle, pedestrian and transit friendliness, becoming a regional
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