Time Extensions for Land Use Permits and Subdivisions

What is the process?

Step 1: Apply for Time Extension

Review the information and steps outlined here on this page, and consult the Eligibility & Approval Bodies Table to verify your eligibility.

Users can now apply online for Time Extensions (and other Planning Applications) through our CSS Permit Portal. 

 

Step 2: Staff Review

Planning staff will review your application and determine the specific time extension type required for your project based on the information provided

Step 3: Payment

Once your Time Extension type and appropriate fees have been verified by Planning Staff, you will receive an invoice for the application fees.

Payments can be made with any major credit card or also by eCheck.

 

 

 

 

Step 4: Approval and/or Schedule for Hearing

Depending on the type of Land Use Permit or Land Division (and on the number of Time Extensions that have previously been processed), your Time Extension Request will either be approved directly by Staff or scheduled for the corresponding hearing body. 

You will receive either a letter of approval or a notification of the scheduled hearing date from Staff.  

For additional reference, please see the Time Extension Eligibility & Approval Bodies Table and the List of All Department Hearing Bodies (Boards & Commissions)

Who can use this service?

Applicants and/or authorized agents with an approved Land Use Permit or Subdivision that has not yet expired. 

Is there a charge for this service?

Fees vary by type and number of Time Extension(s), and may be adjusted each fiscal year.

Specific fees are outlined in our Planning & Building Fee Schedule

When and where is this service offered?

This service is available:

 

Online

Requests can be submitted at any time for staff to review.

 

In-Office

At our planning counter in downtown San Luis Obispo (Old County Courthouse); click here for address and business hours.

Frequently Asked Questions

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