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  • In the search portal below you can search two ways, by specific criteria such as by parcel number, permit number, establishment ID, or you can do a text search by changing the "Search Type" option below.  When doing a text search you can use an exact phrase using quotations "your words between", AND / OR, wild card ( * ) or use  ( + ) to string words together. Parcel # typically provides the most results. Don’t know your Parcel Number? View the Assessor Parcel Data page.
  • Protected and confidential documents will not be displayed, such as complaints, some maps, and intellectual property ("IP"). IP is protected and these items include, but are not limited to: drawings stamped by a professional, calculations, copyright, trademarks, patents, industrial design rights, trade dress, trade secrets, etc. Said items cannot be reproduced without legal consent). Some IP may be viewed at our office.
  • We are in the process of digitizing our records and the results displayed may not be the complete record.  If you believe there are additional documents related to your search, please email us at [email protected] with the parcel number and other specific information or call 707-253-4885 for assistance. If you are looking for a copy of plans for a building permit that is still under review or is not yet final, please contact us at 707-253-4417.

Search Tip: It is best to only use the APN or street number for search criteria. If the street name is used, place an asterisk (*) after the name.

PBES Divisions

The user may find documents typically found in a building file including building permits, energy forms, supplemental documents, etc. Building plans are only office accessible and the user will need to come into the Building Department to view them.

The user will find documents typically found in a planning file are accessible including application materials, CEQA documents, conditions of approval, staff reports, etc.

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