Fees & Deposit Schedules
Current fees and deposit schedules effective April 2020.
|Service||Fee and Deposit|
|Appeal from PC to Board||$155.00 per hour ($170 deposit held in trust)|
|Appeal from TAC to PC||$155.00 per hour ($110 deposit held in trust)|
|Certificate of Compliance||$81.00 per hour ($240 deposit held in trust)|
Corner Records Current County Recording Fees
|Corner Records||Current County Recording Fees|
|County Engineer's Certificate|
(In conjunction with building permit)
|$155.00 per hour ($280 deposit held in trust)|
|Environmental Impact Report Review||$95.00 per hour ($1,000 deposit held in trust)|
|Extensions||$81.00 per hour ($80 deposit held in trust)|
|Final Map (5 or More Parcels)||$114.00 per hour ($1,000 deposit held in trust)|
|General Plan Amendment||$81.00 per hour ($330 deposit held in trust)|
|Improvement Plan Checking||$114.00 per hour ($500 deposit held in trust)|
|Parcel Map Check||$81.00 per hour ($820 deposit held in trust)|
|Parcel Map Waiver||$81.00 per hour ($240 deposit held in trust)|
|Preliminary Map||$81.00 per hour ($230 deposit held in trust)|
|Private Road Inspection Fee||$81.00 per hour ($200 deposit held in trust)|
|Record of Survey & Indexing||$81.00 per hr. not to exceed $290.00 ($290 held in trust)|
|Records Search||No Charge|
|Reversion to Acreage||$81.00 per hour ($180 deposit held in trust)|
|Revised Tentative Map/Use Permit||$81.00 per hour ($210 deposit held in trust)|
|Rezoning||$81.00 per hour ($420 deposit held in trust)|
|Setback Adjustment (Public Roads Only)||$81.00 per hour ($200 deposit held in trust)|
|Tentative Parcel Map||$81.00 per hour ($390 deposit held in trust)|
|Tentative Tract Map||$81.00 per hour ($750 deposit held in trust)|
|Use Permit (Including Exemption from CEQA)||$81.00 per hour ($430 deposit held in trust)|
|Variance||$81.00 per hour ($420 deposit held in trust)|
* Fees are subject to change *
|Blue Line Prints of Files Maps||$5.00 per sheet|
|Improvement Plans (22" x 36")||$10.00 per sheet|
* Fees are subject to change *
|“TAC"||Tehama County Technical Advisory Committee|
|“PC"||Tehama County Planning Commission|
|“Board"||Tehama County Board of Supervisors|
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Land Development and Engineering Design Standards
The purpose of these Land Development Standards is to provide rules of design, construction methods, kind and use of materials in the implementation of facilities within and adjacent to certain types of development projects permitted by Tehama County. Also to determine operational procedures in the preparation and review of plans, affected permit applications, tentative maps, final maps and parcel maps.
Chapter 01 - Development Policies
The Regulations, Standards and Procedures provided herein shall be construed to be the minimum necessary to promote and protect the public health, safety and general welfare, and they may be made more restrictive by the approving authority in cases where the approving authority finds such action is deemed necessary to protect the public interest and to ensure sound planning standards or, on the advice of the County Engineer, to ensure sound engineering standards.
Chapter 02 - Road Policies and Drainage Design Standards
The policies and standards established by this chapter are not a limitation upon the powers of an approving authority to protect public health and safety and to ensure consistency between projects subject to these policies and standards, the General Plan, all other applicable laws, policies and standards of Tehama County, and all applicable state and federal laws.
Chapter 03 - Mapping and Surveying
All final maps, parcel maps, and record of surveys shall conform to the requirements set forth in this chapter, unless provided for in the current Subdivision Map Act and Land Surveyors Act. See Chapter 8 for submittal requirements and standard documents.
Chapter 04 - Grading and Erosion Control
The purpose of this chapter is to promote and protect the public safety, convenience, comfort, prosperity, protection of water quality, environmental health and watershed functions, general welfare and the county's natural resources by establishing minimum requirements for grading, excavating, and filling in order to:
- Control erosion and sedimentation and prevent damage to off-site property and streams, water-courses, and aquatic habitat
- Avoid creation of unstable slopes or filled areas
- Prevent impairment or destruction of potential leach fields for sewage disposal systems
- Regulate de facto development caused by uncontrolled grading
Chapter 05 - Sewage Disposal Standards
In addition to the provisions of the Tehama County Ordinance Code regulating sewage disposal, the following regulations and standards apply to all individual sewage disposal, sewage disposal systems, and sewage disposal operations over which the Tehama County Director of Environmental Health has jurisdiction.
Chapter 07 - Sanitary Sewer and Water System Standards
Water systems shall meet the following design requirements except where specifically approved by the Department of Public Works. All construction shall conform to latest edition of Standard Specifications for Public Works Construction (SS), unless modified herein and shall conform to Title 22, State of California Water Works Standards.