- Incentive Status: Active
- Application Due Date: Ongoing
- Program Duration: Ongoing.
The City of Dinuba wishes to incentivize the development of residential and commercial infill land through the creation of the “Infill Development Incentive Program”. The program prioritizes the development of vacant, underdeveloped, and/or redevelopable land where urban services are or can be made available, by providing some or all of the following:
- Waiver of the impact fee associated with the public facility that will not be impacted by the proposed development (i.e. Transportation, Water, Sewer and Storm Drain).
- For residential development; waiver of Parks Impact Fee.
- If applicable, waiver of Site Plan Review fee and/or Conditional Use Permit (CUP) fee.
- Scheduling of Site Plan Review within 10 working days of application submittal; and
- If a Conditional Use Permit is needed, a special Planning Commission meeting may be scheduled.
The program is open to all developers wishing to build on infill land. With the program, the City hopes to provide benefits such as:
- The reduction of costs to build and maintain expensive City infrastructure such as water and sewer mains, streets and storm drainage systems;
- The reduction of storm-water runoff resulting in flooding and pollution of waterways;
- The reduction of agricultural land and sensitive habitat converted to new development;
- The reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and improvement of regional air quality due to the proximity of urban amenities;
- Provide support of healthy and environmentally friendly active transportation; and
- The promotion of vibrancy, community and social connection to neighborhoods.
Do I Qualify?
The Infill Development Incentive Program is available for residential and commercial developments that
meet the following criteria:
- Proposed development must be within Dinuba City limits;
- Proposed development must be consistent with applicable zoning and general plan designations, policies and regulations;
- Proposed landscape must comply with the State of California’s Model Water Efficient Landscape Ordinance (MWELO) and the architectural style (façade) of the proposed development must be consistent with surrounding development.
- Proposed development does not require new or upsized public infrastructure;
- No less than 75% of the perimeter of the proposed site is adjacent to developed parcels; and
- Proposed project site does not exceed one acre or 43,560 square feet;
How to Apply
For more information visit our website or call (559) 591-5924, ext. 104. You can send us an email using form below.