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Revised Housing Element available for public review

Posted on July 12, 2022

The General Plan Housing Element provides a long-range policy guide on the production, improvement, and preservation of housing for the next eight years (2021-2029 planning period). The revised July 2022 Housing Element Draft is now available for public review on our website. The latest draft includes revisions addressing comments received on the February 2022 Draft...
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Revive Santa Ana Commercial Property Compliance Assistance Program

Posted on July 12, 2022

The City of Santa Ana's Planning and Building Agency has developed the Commercial Property Compliance Assistance Program as part of the Revive Santa Ana initiative. The program pays for improvements including signage, awning, steam cleaning/power washing, fencing, doors, lighting, paint, and more. If you are the owner of commercial property in qualified areas of Santa...
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Updated General Plan Goes into Effect on May 26

Posted on May 25, 2022

The updated General Plan of the City of Santa Ana will go into effect on Thursday, May 26, 2022, the first time it has been comprehensively updated in 40 years. The Santa Ana City Council approved the General Plan update on April 19, 2022. The Santa Ana General Plan provides long-term policy direction to guide...

Planning and Building Agency counter offices closed on April 22, 2022

Posted on April 18, 2022

Planning and Building Agency Public Counters will be closed on April 22, 2022. Regular counter hours will resume on April 25, 2022. To schedule an appointment, please click here. For any questions, please contact: Code Enforcement - (714) 667-2780 or CodeEnforcement@santa-ana.org Planning Division - (714) 667-2700 or PlanningDepartment@santa-ana.org Building Safety - (714) 647-5800 We apologize...
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Santa Ana downtown residential project forms joint venture to take advantage of City’s opportunity zone

Posted on November 3, 2021

The Toll Brothers just announced the formation of a joint venture to develop the Rafferty, a two-building, 218-unit multifamily residential project (of which 5 percent of the units are proposed for very low income households) with 12,350 square feet of ground floor retail, in the heart of downtown Santa Ana at the former First American Title site...
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