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I received a public hearing notice in the mail. What does this mean?
A notice for a public hearing is a required notice sent by the city to property owners who are in the vicinity of a property, usually within 300 feet, where development or changes are proposed. Such notice invites public participation in the decision-making process.

If you received a public hearing notice in the mail, you may contact the Planning Division at (707) 678-7000 for more information on the specific project.

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1. What are the responsibilities of the Planning Division verses the Building Division?
2. What is the Planning Commission?
3. I received a public hearing notice in the mail. What does this mean?
4. Who do I contact for flood zone information?
5. Who do I contact about lot line adjustments?
6. Who do I contact when there is building /construction on private property?
7. How do I get a General Plan or Zoning Map?