LOT LINE ADJUSTMENT
A Lot Line Adjustment application is subject to the review and approval of City technical staff (see review process below). It is an application seeking to adjust an existing lot line between four or fewer existing adjoining parcels:
- where the land taken from one parcel is added to an adjoining
- where a greater number of parcels than the original number is not created.
Lot Line Adjustment requests must include:
- A completed Development Application
- A Title Report
- A Chain of Title (if necessary)
- Exhibits showing the existing Lot Lines and the proposed Lot
Lines. These Exhibits are to be prepared by:
- A person authorized to practice land surveying pursuant to the
Professional Land Surveyors Act (Chapter 15 [commencing with
Section 8700] of the Business and Professions Code);
- A person registered as a civil engineer prior to January 1, 1982, pursuant to the Professional Engineers Act (Chapter 7 [commencing with Section 6700] of Division 3 of the Business and Professions Code).
- A person authorized to practice land surveying pursuant to the Professional Land Surveyors Act (Chapter 15 [commencing with Section 8700] of the Business and Professions Code);
Supplemental information, graphics, and historical documents as may be deemed a requirement in order to establish that the existing Lot Lines shown were indeed created legally.
Findings for Approval
The standard conditions of approval are as follows (other conditions such as correcting existing zoning violations may be imposed):
- The Final Lot Line Adjustment Map shall be in substantial compliance with the Tentative Lot Line Adjustment Map. All conditions shall be complied with in a manner subject to approval of the City of El Paso de Robles.
- The applicant shall enter into an Engineering Plan Check Agreement with the City and the appropriate fee deposited prior to any plan check review.
- A registered civil engineer or land surveyor shall prepare the lot line adjustment.
- All new property corners shall be installed.
- The approval of this Lot Line Adjustment does not acknowledge the conformity of any on-site improvements including the existing buildings.
A Lot Line Adjustment is reviewed by City technical staff as to its consistency with:
The goals, policies and programs of the Citys General Plan.
The applicable development standards in effect for the properties, including: Zoning regulations establishing minimum lot sizes, minimum dimensional criteria for lot width and depth, and usability of resultant building site(s).
Building Code regulations establishing minimum standards to be maintained when modifying existing buildings and/or constructing new ones.
The applicable provisions of the most recent Amendment to the Subdivision Map Act, Government Code Sections 66410 66499.58, of the State of California.
The City's established local process for Line Adjustments as established in Chapter 22.18 (Lot Line Adjustment Process) of Title 22 (Subdivisions) of the Paso Robles Municipal Code.