Development Review Commissions & Committees

Preliminary Review Committee

2018 Preliminary Review Calendar

This step is optional for major projects prior to submitting a formal application to the Planning Division. The Preliminary Review Committee is composed of representatives from the Departments of Development Services, Municipal Utilities & Engineering, Fire, Police, and Quality of Life. The function of this committee is to provide the applicant and the City a forum to discuss and resolve questions or potential design issues (e.g., Site Plan and architectural renderings) prior to an applicant spending significant time and expense assembling an application package. This level of review is frequently recommended for major development projects. Staff will gladly discuss your project to help you decide of this level of review might be beneficial to your project. Applicants are invited to attend the PRC meeting for their project.

Meets the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month at 9:00 a.m.


Development Review Committee

2018 Development Calendar

This is the first official step in the development process, and typically a DRC meeting will be scheduled within the first 30 days of application filing (i.e., part of the completeness review for a submitted application). This Committee is composed of staff from the Departments of Development Services, Municipal Utilities & Engineering, Fire, Police, and Quality of Life. Staff will review the project plans, and generate a list of comments or corrections for the applicant. It is not necessary for applicants to attend this meeting.

Meets the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month at 9:00 a.m.


Planning Commission

Agendas

2018 Development Calendar

The Planning Department serves the community in a number of ways by providing information, reviewing and evaluating projects, and assisting the community in assuring projects are designed and developed in conformance with the 2035 General Plan, Zoning Code, and any applicable Specific Plans. The Planning Division receives direction from the Development Services Director and City Manager, and provides staff support to the Planning Commission.

Meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month
4:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers


Historic & Scenic Preservation Commission

Agenda

2018 Historic & Scenic Preservation Commission Calendar

The City of Redlands has a long and rich history, and its citizenry has always been concerned with preservation of its history by maintaining its architectural and scenic resources. In 1986, the City adopted an Ordinance that created the City's Historic and Scenic Preservation Commission (HSPC), which has responsibility for eligible and designated historic resources. The Commission has seven citizen members and has the responsibility of implementing the duties as described in Section 2.62 of the Redlands Municipal Code. The Planning Division provides staff support to the HSPC.

Meets on the 1st Thursday of each month
6:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers