Development Resources

Development Permits - Stormwater Requirements

Stormwater requirements, including construction best management practices, stormwater management plan content, and template documents for Stormwater Management Maintenance Agreements can be found on the Development Permits - Stormwater Requirements page. 

Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCB's) Requirements in Development: The Bay Area Municipal Regional Stormwater National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit (MRP) requires most San Francisco Bay Area municipalities to develop a program to ensure that PCBs from building materials (e.g., caulk, paint, mastic) do not enter storm drains during building demolition. MRP requirements include:

  • Developing methods to identify applicable structures and materials before demolition.
  • Developing protocols to ensure that PCBs are not discharged to the storm drain during demolition of these structures.
  • Establishing the necessary authority for requiring implementation of the protocol via municipal ordinance or other                      mechanism.

Affected structures: Commercial, public, institutional, and industrial structures constructed or remodeled between 1950 and 1980. Single-family homes and wood-frame structures are exempt.

Specific PCBs building demolition program information may be found here.

Development Permits - Solid Waste Requirements

Submittal Forms: These forms must be submitted with all tenant improvement and development applications.

Resources  

Mandatory Recycling Ordinance

Effective January 1, 2020, the City of Dublin opted into the Alameda County Waste Management Authority Mandatory Compost and Recycling Ordinance 2012-01 (Ordinance 2012-01). All businesses and multifamily properties with five or more units in Dublin must comply with Ordinance 2012-01. Compliance requirements can be found here.

Construction and Demolition Recycling Requirements

The City of Dublin requires all construction and demolition (C&D) projects recycle at least 65% of the waste for remodels or tenant improvements and 75% of the waste for new construction generated on a job site, excluding asphalt and concrete debris, of which 100% must be recycled.  Amador Valley Industries (AVI) is the City's exclusive hauler for C&D material. For more information and required forms, visit the construction and demolition webpage.