Useful Materials to Navigate the Zoning Process

Interested in a commercial development project? The Village is happy to schedule a conceptual site plan review meeting to discuss and review your project. This service is offered at no-cost, and is encouraged to assist you in getting a timely approval to your project. To schedule a meeting, or if you have development questions the Village's development review point of contact is Tim Wolff, Village Manager.

Fees for development applications can be paid at the Village Hall by check, cash, money order, or credit/debit card. Payment can be made over the phone by credit/debit card. For all credit/debit card transactions a processing fee is added to the transaction.


Applications (Fees Effective August 26, 2019)

Land Use Permits

Fee

 

Zoning Permit Application

$30 - Residential

$50 - All Others

Detached Garage Application

$30, unless Special Land Use

Zoning Permit Application - Solar Project

No Additional Cost

Variance Application

$250

Sign Permit Application

$10

Shed Permit Application

$10

Fence Permit Application

$10

Temporary Zoning Permit

$10

Swimming Pool Application (Use a Regular Zoning Permit Application)

$10

S1 Level Special Land Use

$50

S2 Level Special Land Use

$250

S3 Level Special Land Use

$250

Site Plan

$250

Family Day Care

$50

Home Based Business (No Public Hearing Required)

$50

Home Based Business (Public Hearing Required - Use Special Land Use App)

$250

Conditional Rezoning

$500

Rezoning Zoning

$500

Text Amendment 

$500

Land Division Applications

Fee

 

 

Land Division Application 

$40 +
$20 per Parcel

Lot Split Application 

$40

New Plat or Site Condo

$500

Other Applications

Fee

 

Freedom of Information Act Request Form

Cost varies as it is based actual costs to complete the request. 

Right-of-Way/Driveway Permit

$0


Resolution 2019-13 Establishing fees for DAS & Small Cell Wireless Equipment & Facilities

The Village of Lake Isabella does not enforce the various recorded private building & use restrictions which are associated with individual plats and developments in the community. The restrictions contained in such restrictions are a private agreement among the individual property owners in each development. Deed restrictions have no relationship with the Village’s zoning ordinances. Deed restrictions are a private contract and, as such, a civil matter enforced by the parties named in the restriction. When seeking a land-use approval from the Village, the applicant is responsible for any conflicts between the property-specific information (deed restrictions, restrictive covenants, building & use restrictions) and the development request.