Development Services

If you are looking to create jobs, talk with us. We process Building Permits including Plan Review, Inspections and coordination with other agencies to issue Permits. We process Development Applications including environmental review, provide zoning information and support long-range planning through the County’s General Plan. Code Enforcement responds to Building, Land Use, Abandoned Vehicles, Noise, Nuisance Abatement and the County’s Restrictions on Cultivation of Medical Marijuana Ordinance complaints.

News & Announcements

Ordinance No. 4110 (T25) - Effective May 12, 2016

Standards for Limited Density Owner-Built Rural Dwellings with Findings (T25)

 

Please contact Nancy Springer, Building Division Manager for additional information or questions.

530.693.1559
nspringer@buttecounty.net

Friday, April 15, 2016 /Number of views (242) /Categories: News & Announcements
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Seeking Board Members

Seeking Board Members for the Local Appeals Board and Disabled Access Board

Seeking Board Members

    1. to serve on "Local Appeals Board" - (6) vacancies: (2) Public Members, (1) Electrical Representative member, (1) Mechanical Representative Member, (1) Contractor Member, and (1) Architect Member and (3) Alternate Vacancies (1) Public Member, (1) Architect Member and (1) Plumbing Representative Member 

    2. to serve on "Disabled Access Board" - (4) vacancies: (1) Public Member, (2) Disabled Members and (1) Architect, and (1) Construction Member

For Additional Information and to Apply, Click Here

To View the Ordinance, Click Here

Wednesday, August 12, 2015 /Number of views (1524) /Categories: News & Announcements
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Bell Muir Extension

Bell Muir Extension – Very Low Density Residential (VLDR) General Plan Designation and Zoning

On August 25, 2015 at 10 a.m. the Board of Supervisors will consider a request to review the existing General Plan and Zoning Designation of the Bell Muir Extension area (the north side of Bell Road and the west side of Muir Avenue) west of Chico.  Click on the links below for additional information. 

Tuesday, August 11, 2015 /Number of views (1592) /Categories: News & AnnouncementsNews & Announcements
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Public Review Draft of Oroville Urban Greening Plan Released

The Public Review Draft Oroville Urban Greening Plan has been released. The public is invited to review the draft plan and provide comments to be addressed/ included in the final document.  Follow this link to download the Draft Oroville Urban Greening Plan.

 

In collaboration with the City of Oroville (City), Feather River Recreation and Park District (FRRPD) and in coordination with other local agencies, Butte County is completing a Master Greening Plan to serve as the master document guiding and coordinating greening projects in the Oroville urban area. The Plan will cross City, County and FRRPD jurisdictional boundaries, and will be consistent with the state’s strategic growth goals of increasing forest canopy, reducing stormwater runoff, improving air and water quality, conserving energy, providing open space, and achieving long-term community sustainability.  If you have any questions, please contact Principal Planner Claudia Stuart via email or by phone at 530.538.7604. 

Friday, July 17, 2015 /Number of views (1527) /Categories: News & Announcements
PowerButte Solar Energy Survey

PowerButte Solar Energy Survey

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 29, 2015 – 11:55 a.m.
Contact: Dan Breedon, 530.538.7629
@County of Butte | Facebook.com/ButteCounty

Butte County is seeking input from the public to develop new zoning regulations that would streamline utility-scale solar installations, comprised of solar facilities from tens to potentially hundreds of acres in size, in Butte County, while protecting our County’s valuable natural resources, agricultural land and aesthetic resources. The County wants to know what issues, opportunities, and potential impacts you think are most important about solar energy development and how Butte County can become a place for clean energy. 

Members of the public can answer one, some, or all of the questions in the online survey, which will take about 5-minutes to complete. This survey may be accessed by visiting buttecounty.granicusideas.com/ or the power.buttecounty.net website. Your voice matters! The survey results will be compiled by county staff and reviewed by Butte County decision makers as the PowerButte Solar Zone project continues forward.

Thursday, July 02, 2015 /Number of views (1268) /Categories: News & Announcements
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