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Engineering

Contact Us

Engineering: (209) 937-8366

 

CDDEngineering@stocktonca.gov 

Located at the Permit Center

345 N. El Dorado Street

Stockton, CA 95202

Engineering Permits & Resources

Lot Mergers

A lot merger is the process to change property lines of existing parcels. The process can be used to combine two or more adjacent parcels into one.  The lot merger process is not used to create additional parcels. 

Lot Line Adjustments

Lot Line Adjustment – Relocation, modification or elimination of a property line(s) between two or more existing adjacent parcels:

  • where the land taken from one parcel is added to an adjacent parcel,
  • where a greater number of parcels than originally existed is not created, and
  • provided the lot line adjustment is approved by the City of Stockton.

Subdivision Maps

Subdivision Maps include Parcel Maps and Final Maps prepared to conform with an approved Tentative Parcel Map or Tentative Map.  This applies to the subdivision of any unit, contiguous unit, or portion of land listed on the latest equalized San Joaquin County assessment roll for sale, lease, or financing, whether immediate or future. A Parcel Map shall be filed and approved for a subdivision of four or fewer parcels, and a Final Map shall be filed and approved to complete for subdivisions of five or more parcels.

Parcel Maps

Parcel Maps are typically prepared to conform to an approved Tentative Parcel Map, consistent with the requirements of the Subdivision Map Act.  This Act applies to the subdivision of any unit, contiguous unit, or portion of land listed on the latest equalized San Joaquin County assessment roll for sale, lease, or financing, whether immediate or future.

A Parcel Map shall be filed and approved to complete the subdivision process for a subdivision of four or fewer parcels.  Parcel Maps shall be in compliance with the Stockton Municipal Code requirements for preparation, filing, approval, and recording.

Precise Road Plans

A Precise Road Plan is a focused planning effort of a roadway and/or transportation corridor that conforms to the General Plan.  A Precise Road Plan can be used to protect, preserve, and require dedications for planned roadway and/or transportation corridors as future development occurs.

Applications & Brochures 

In lieu of applying for Engineering permits online, Engineering Permit Applications and appropriate supporting documents can be sent via email to CDDEngineering@stocktonca.gov or submitted over the counter at the Permit Center. If using the email, it is best to enter the Permit Type or Topic of Interest in the subject line.

Last Update : 05/07/2024, 8:32:17 AM