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Request for Qualifications for Environmental Consultants

The City of San Clemente is seeking a statement of qualifications from professional environmental consulting firms to provide on-call environmental consulting services for Planning related development projects.  The City will be selecting firms with experience in preparation of environmental impact reports, negative declarations, initial studies, technical studies, and environmental mitigation. The City anticipates selecting a pool of firms to be included on a list to provide consulting services on an on-call basis, and each firm may subsequently be asked to prepare specific proposals for more than one project.  For more information please click here for the RFQ.

Questions on this RFQ may be submitted up until October 22, 2018 and answers should be posted on this page on October 23, 2018.

If you have any questions, please contact Senior Planner, Carl Stiehl by email: stiehlc@san-clemente.org include "Environmental On-Call RFQ" in the subject heading of the email.

ALL STATEMENTS OF QUALIFICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED AT THE CITY OFFICES NO LATER THAN 5 P.M. ON THURSDAY NOVEMBER 1, 2018.  NO LATE PROPOSALS WILL BE ACCEPTED.

Planning Services is located at:

Community Development Department Offices
910 Calle Negocio, Suite 100
San Clemente, CA 92673

 

Mission and Key Services

 MISSION STATEMENT

The City of San Clemente's Planning Division provides guidance and support to help create a community that offers opportunities for people to live, work, and play by implementing the City's vision, goals, and regulations while preserving quality of life.  We strive to provide a high level of customer service by informing, education and assisting. We help protect historic, natural, and City resources which are valuable to the character of our community.  We strive to strengthen relationships to create a positive and professional environment.

 

KEY SERVICES

 Welcome to the City of San Clemente Planning Division website. Here you will find information regarding long range planning, applications, development information and zoning information. 

Long Range Planning-  Long range planning includes the General Plan and information on Historic Preservation and Resources.
Applications and Fees- Includes Planning applications, fees, review process information, and public hearing packets and agendas. 
Development Information- Development information include Design Guidelines, and Landscape Guidelines and Review.
Zoning Information- Here you will find the Zoning Ordinance, Zoning Map, and Specific Plans. 

 

What is Planning?

The Planning Division is responsible for articulating and implementing the community's vision of the City's natural and built environment as outlined in the General Plan and the various specific plans. Planners review entitlement (Variance, Site Plan Permit, etc.) submittals and ensure that proposals meet City codes. Planners also review administrative permits for signs and landscaping. Planners are also responsible for processing environmental documents, ensuring the compatibility of proposed projects with existing development, promoting historic preservation, preparing long range policy documents and updating the City's General Plan and Zoning Ordinance.

When do I need to contact the Planning Division?

As a homeowner, you should contact the Planning or Building Division if you intend to add a room, or build a wall, shed, pool, patio cover or similar improvement. There may be setback, height, or construction requirements that will affect your proposed design. Furthermore, most projects require a building permit. It is helpful to contact the City before finalizing any improvement plans, to identify any specific requirements, processes or fees. Many homeowner improvements can be reviewed and approved at the public counter of the Community Development Department.

As a business owner, if you are looking to relocate your business within the City, or if you are establishing a new business in the community, contact Planning and Building to determine if the use is permitted and if the site or structure is adequate for your business in accordance with City regulations and the Uniform Building Code. It is wise to contact the City before you buy or lease a property/building, to identify any specific requirements, processes or fees. Older buildings may need to be improved and brought up to current codes and regulations. Depending upon the use, site conditions, and proposed site or structural enhancements, an administrative or discretionary review may be required.

As a developer, if you are looking to build a new structure or provide a major renovation to an existing site or structure, contact the Planning Division early in your design process to: a) ensure the site is appropriate for the proposed use; b) identify design/development standards; and c) determine the appropriate application process.

Please take our Customer Service Survey http://www.san-clemente.org/CDSurvey

Contact Information

Community Development Department Offices
910 Calle Negocio, Suite 100
San Clemente, CA 92673
e-mail:  planning@san-clemente.org
Phone:  (949) 361-6184

The Community Development Department is staffed from 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM Monday to Thursday and 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM alternating Fridays. The Community Development counter is closed from 12:30-2:30, with appointments available from 1:30 to 2:30.

 

 

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