Master Plan Program
A master plan is essentially a "cookie cutter" plan that will be built repetitively. The Master Plan Program establishes a site specific building design approval protocol that is predictable and dependable for an unlimited number of building permits in the current
3-year code cycle. You can achieve standarization and consistancy in the construction process and the time spent during the site specific application is reduced drastically with consistent submittals. The program is limited to licensed contractors with a current
California State Contractors license and a current
El Dorado County business license.
Master plans cannot be bought, traded, or transferred from one contractor/developer or jurisdiction to another.
The Master Plan Program consists of two parts; the master plan and the site specific application. A construction plan is submitted and reviewed for code requirements and once approved, assigned a specific master plan number for future reference. The site specific application is the submittal of a particular master plan on an individual parcel.
The Master Plan Program is not limited to large subdivisions. If you plan to use the same building design on different parcels throughout the county the program will work for you.
MASTER PLAN PROGRAM
MASTER PLAN SUBMITTAL
MASTER PLAN SUMMARY
In order for the plan review process to begin the following items must be submitted:
SITE SPECIFIC APPLICATION CHECKLIST
Submitting a site-specific application to obtain a permit:
Submitting a revision to a site application (changing from one MP # to another):
The minimum flat rate is $600 for dwellings under 1000 sq. ft. Garage, deck, storage, and other miscellaneous areas are not included in the calculations. The rate increases in 00 increments for each additional 500 sq. ft. of dwelling area.