Engineering Counter Hours of Operation:
Monday – Thursday: 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: Closed
When is a Final Map Permit Required?
When subdividing land and for the establishment of condominiums or residential housing. The Subdivision Map Act is contained in Section 66410 and Section 66499.58 of the Government Code. To access the Government Code, please click here.
How do I get a Final Map?
Please submit a completed Final Map Application included in the Final Map Handout (PDF), which also contains a detailed list of all other actions and documents required for initial submittal to the Engineering Division. As with all other permits issued by the Engineering Division, authorization from the Planning Division is required before the Engineering Division can accept any permit submittal (as indicated on the permit application). The Planning Division is located at the public counter adjacent to the Engineering Division.
Related Fees and Deposits
Fees and Deposits upon 1st submittal for Final Maps are as follows:
|Final Parcel Map||$ 215||Non-refundable Admin Fee|
|$ 810||Plan Check Deposit*|
|$1015||Total initial Fee|
|Final Tract Map||$ 494||Non-refundable Admin Fee|
|$ 972||Plan Check Deposit*|
|$1466||Total initial Fee|
What other documents do I need?
Besides the items identified in the Final Map Permit Handout (PDF), no other documents are required. Your permit technician will assist you through the requirements and answer any questions you may have regarding the process.
Each submittal required for permit issuance will be plan checked and returned within 10 business days. Be sure all required items are submitted to avoid delay.
To reference engineering standards, click on the link to search City Codes.
Most of the permit processes are best handled at the Engineering Division Counter. However, you may contact Engineers by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (949) 248-3509.