A series of California State Laws impacting the development of ADUs go into effect on January 1, 2020. The County is in the process of updating its Ordinances to reflect these new laws. The new laws tentatively will be updated by March 2020.
Lehigh Quarry Information
Permanente Quarry is a limestone and aggregate mining operation and cement plant located in the foothills above Cupertino.
The Department of Planning and Development is proposing zoning modifications to subject similar industrial, commercial, recreational, and institutional uses to the same zoning ordinance standards addressing size, scale and intensity of uses, in order to ensure consistency within each individual rural base zoning district.
Stanford General Use Permit Application - withdrawn
This application was withdrawn by Stanford.
The County of Santa Clara has prepared a Draft Environmental Impact Report (Draft EIR) to evaluate the potential environmental impacts of the proposed Cordoba Center project.
In order to protect the public from health and safety hazards and the harm to property values that result from the neglect and deterioration of property, and to preserve the livability, appearance, environment, and social and economic stability of unincorporated Santa Clara County (County), the County is considering adoption of a Community Preservation Ordinance.
Reporting illegal dumping and graffiti is now easier with the Illegal Dumping Hotline
Residents may now report illegal dumping and graffiti in the unincorporated County to a centralized Illegal Dumping Hotline at 408-299-5770. Depending on the type and location of the violation, staff will rout a service request to the appropriate County department for follow-up. In order to ensure appropriate response, please have the exact address available when calling.
The Santa Clara Valley Agricultural Plan [Valley Agricultural Plan] is a regional effort led by the County of Santa Clara and the Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority (OSA) to conserve Santa Clara Valley’s farmland and ranchland as an innovative climate change mitigation and economic development strategy.
The Model Water Efficiency Landscape Ordinance (MWELO) was established to promote water efficiency for new and rehabilitated landscapes.
A list of current development projects subject to public notification, Including: