CONTACT INFORMATION

Community Development Department
1733 9th Street
Reedley, CA 93654

Phone: (559)637-4200 – Option 3

Fax: (559) 637-2139

Planning Division Email: Ellen Moore

  • Press 1 – Planning and Zoning
  • Press 2 – Building Division
  • Press 3 – Automated Building Inspection Appointment System

Farmland Preservation Program

The City of Reedley is currently developing a Farmland Preservation Program (FPP) to ensure that our community’s agricultural prominence is maintained into the future, preserving both our economic stability as well as our Fruit Basket Legacy. Additional activities associated with the program will be updated on this page.

Please complete the Reedley Farmland Preservation Program Survey by visiting:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/N7N5L86

The program’s first public workshop was held on November 14, 2019 during a special meeting of the Planning Commission.

Contact Rob Terry, City of Reedley Community Development Director at (559) 637-4200 x 286 or via e-mail at rob.terry@reedley.ca.gov if you have any questions, would like additional information, or if you would like to be added to this program’s mailing list.

Environmental Assessment No. 2019-6 (Fino Estates)

The City of Reedley, as the Lead Agency, adopted an Addendum to the City of Reedley Certified Program Environmental Impact Report, prepared for the Reedley General Plan Update 2030, assessing the environmental effects of Vesting Tentative Subdivision Map No. 6267 (Fino Estates).

Additional information on the proposed project, including a copy of the proposed environmental findings, may be obtained from the City of Reedley, Community Development Department, City Hall, 1733 Ninth Street, Reedley, California 93654 during normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM).

Environmental Assessment No. 2018-18 (Buttonwillow-Duff Annexation)

The City of Reedley, as the Lead Agency, adopted a Mitigated Negative Declaration assessing the environmental effects of Annexation Application No. 2018-1, Ordinance No. 2019-002 (Pre-Zone Application No. 2018-1), and Vesting Tentative Subdivision Map No. 6229 (Rancho Vista Project)

Additional information on the proposed project, including a copy of the proposed environmental findings, may be obtained from the City of Reedley, Community Development Department, City Hall, 1733 Ninth Street, Reedley, California 93654 during normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM).

Environmental Assessment No. 2017-1 - (Frankwood-South Annexation)

The City of Reedley, as the Lead Agency, proposes to adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration for the purpose of assessing the environmental effects of Annexation Application No. 2017-1, General Plan Amendment Application No. 2017-1, Change of Zone Application No. 2017-1, and Tentative Subdivision Map No. 6178 (Frankwood Commons).

Additional information on the proposed project, including a copy of the proposed environmental findings, may be obtained from the City of Reedley, Community Development Department, City Hall, 1733 Ninth Street, Reedley, California 93654 during normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM).

Environmental Assessment No. 2017-7 (Manning-Buttonwillow Annexation)

The City of Reedley, as the Lead Agency, adopted a Mitigated Negative Declaration for Annexation Application No. 2017-2, Pre-Zone Application No. 2017-2, and Site Plan Review Application No. 2017-3 (Manning-Buttonwillow Annexation).

Additional information on the proposed project, including a copy of the proposed environmental findings, may be obtained from the City of Reedley, Community Development Department, City Hall, 1733 Ninth Street, Reedley, California 93654 during normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM).

Fresno County Multi-Jurisdictional 2015-2023 Housing Element

California Housing Element law requires every jurisdiction to prepare and adopt a housing element as part of general plans. In California it is typical for each city or county to prepare and maintain its own separate general plan and housing element. However, Fresno County and 12 of the 15 cities in Fresno County, with the help of the Fresno Council of Governments (FCOG), are preparing a Multi-Jurisdictional Housing Element for the fifth round of housing element updates. The Fresno County Multi-Jurisdictional Housing Element represents an innovative approach to meeting State Housing Element law and coordinating resources to address the region’s housing needs.

For more information, please visit the Fresno COG page at http://www.fresnocog.org/multi-jurisdictional-housing-element

Update of Development Impact Fees

Resources

General Plan 2030

A general plan is a community’s blueprint for future development and acts as the foundation for land use decisions made by the Planning Commission and City Council. The general plan document includes a description of a community’s development goals and policies that are implemented through other documents, such as zoning ordinances and specific plans.

California State law requires cities to adopt a general plan that addresses land use, circulation, housing, conservation, open space, safety, noise and the general needs of the city. These subject areas are known as “elements”.

General Plan 2030 Update Work Implementation Plan
2008-2015 Housing Element
General Plan 2030 Document
Environmental Impact Report Links
Environmental Impact Report Document (SCH No. 2010031106)

Zoning Code Update

A general plan is a community’s blueprint for future development and acts as the foundation for land use decisions made by the Planning Commission and City Council. The general plan document includes a description of a community’s development goals and policies that are implemented through other documents, such as zoning ordinances and specific plans.
Zoning Code Update Links

Date adopted: October 8, 2019

Date adopted: January 22, 2019

Date adopted: October 9, 2018

Date adopted: October 9, 2018

Date adopted: June 26, 2018

Date adopted: September 23, 2014
Date adopted: July 22, 2014
Date adopted: May 13, 2014
Date adopted: January 14, 2014

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