Tentative Tract Maps and Parcel Maps are requests for subdivisions of land, and are subject to provisions of the State Subdivision Map Act and Title 22 (Subdivisions) of the Paso Robles Municipal Code.
A Parcel Map is a lot split resulting in four or fewer residential lots or a commercial subdivision with access to existing streets. A Tentative Tract is a residential subdivision resulting in five or more parcels, or a commercial subdivision where the resulting lots would not have access to existing streets.
The Major Development Packet is used for either a Parcel Map or a Tentative Tract application. Such a subdivision requires review by City staff followed by a public hearing and approval by the Planning Commission. A subdivision map may also require concurrent submittal of a Planned Development application to demonstrate how the lots may be developed.
Findings for Approval [pdf:11k/1pp]
Major Development Application Guide [pdf:172k/5pp]
Street Tree List [pdf:98k/2pp]
Standard Conditions of Approval [pdf:32k11pp]
Time Frame [pdf:27k/1pp]