Application Forms and Fees
Summary of application fees as of January 12, 2009
Instructions for filling out the JARPA form are available here
Forms for Requirements of Permit Conditions
Complete this form prior to commencing any grading, demolition, or construction under the conditions of the permit. This applies to each amendment
Complete the form if your permit requires you to permanently gurantee any Public Access, View Corridor, and Open Space
- Instructions for Completing Public Access, View Corridor, and Open Space Forms
- Agreement imposing public access restrictions on the use of real property // Doc
- Agreement imposing open space restrictions on the use of real property // Doc
Complete this form upon project completion. This applies to all permits, including each amendment, except regionwide permits
Complete an Assignment of Partial Assignment of Permit each time a change in ownership occurs
- All owners on the deed must sign the assignment form, either as the people granting the assignment (assignors) or the people accepting the assignment (assignees). Type the name(s) of each signatory under the signature.
- If the assignor or assignee is an entity, trustee or person with power of attorney, then the authorized representative may sign. The authorized representative must, by signing the form, have the authority to bind the entity or owner to the terms of the permit.
- Fill in the blanks as appropriate to the permit.
- Attach a copy of the deed, recent title report or lease that demonstrates that the person (or the entity) accepting the assignment has control over the property.
- Attach a signature authority if the person signing the form is acting on behalf of an entity, or as trustee or with the power of attorney
After you complete the application, you can send via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or to this address
San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission
Bay Area Metro Center
375 Beale St., Suite 510
San Francisco, CA 94105
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