Building in Turlock
The Planning, Building & Safety, and Engineering departments work together in the physical development of the City of Turlock. Whether it is the building of new homes, a new shopping center, constructing new roads or repairing old ones, and other public infrastructure projects the Development Services Division works together to protect the public's health, safety and welfare.
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BUILDING & SAFETY
Building permits, plan review, inspections, current code and design criteria.

PLANNING & LAND USE PERMITTING
General plan, master/specific plans, zoning, current projects, environmental documents, Planning Commission.

LAND DEVELOPMENT
Map and survey documents, improvement plan, public works inspection, land surveying

PREDEVELOPMENT MEETINGS
For projects like developing a piece of property or adding on to your home, we offer a predevelopment meeting to help identify all important issues of your project.

DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FEES
One time charges applied to new development, redevelopment, expansions and tenant improvements depending on the proposed use.

DEVELOPMENT FEE ESTIMATE
Request a free fee estimate for permit fees for your project.

LANDSCAPING
What is allowed for your front yard landscaping, in your parkway strip, and street trees.
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Coming downtown for the 4th of July Parade? Here's a map of public parking lots.
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Come join us on July 12th at 7:30 a.m. for Mayor Gary Soiseth's State of the City Address and meet the City of Turlock's new City Manager, Robert C. Lawton.
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Join us at Turlock City Hall on Thu., 7/12/18 at 7:30 a.m. for the State of the City address and Swearing-in Ceremony for City Manager Robert C. Lawton.
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Don't forget! The Planning Commission meets tonight at 6:00 p.m.
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A free #OSHA #training opportunity for our construction partners from ITS Berkeley related to roadway construction and preventing heavy equipment runovers and backovers. To learn more or sign up, follow the link.
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