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The One-Stop Permit Center at City Hall offers streamlined review of development projects and building plans. Services are provided by Building, Fire, Planning and Public Works Engineering. Online Services All services are online through the E-OneStop Online Services permitting system. You will use the system to apply for permits, upload documents, receive and respond to our comments, schedule inspections, make payments and more. Get Online Services Help. PERMIT CENTER HOURS, PHONE, LOCATION AND PARKING Hours HOURS AVAILABLE AT COUNTER Weekdays 8 a.m. to noon Fire Protection Engineer, Transportation and Traffic Weekdays 8:30 a.m. to noon Plan Check Engineer Weekdays 8 a.m. to noon Housing Weekdays 8 a.m. to noon 1 to 5 p.m. Planning, Engineering, Building The One-Stop Permit Center is closed on weekends and City holidays. Phone Call us with questions: 408-730-7444 Location Permit Center access during Civic Center Construction We are located in Sunnyvale's new City Hall at 456 W. Olive Ave. Access is on the north entrance of the building (see photo). The Permit Center is on the 2nd floor. The area around City Hall is still an active construction site. Please use caution when visiting. Contractors are still finalizing some areas of the City Hall building. For project and construction details, visit Civic Center Modernization. Parking Garage Parking: One- and two-hour parking spots are available for visitors in the underground parking garage. The garage entrance is on Olive Avenue, to the east of the intersection at All America Way. Parking Lots: The lots near the Library and south of the old City Hall on All America Way are available. Due to construction you will need to walk around the old City Hall buildings on either All America Way or Mathilda Avenue. Important Notices NEW CONSTRUCTION CODES EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, 2023 Effective Jan. 1, 2023, we will adopt the 2022 California construction codes. Any projects submitted after Dec. 31, 2022 fall under the new 2022 codes. Only complete packages will be accepted before Dec. 31. A complete submittal includes: Full set of plans (architectural, structural, mechanical, plumbing, electrical) Structural calculations Geotechnical report (if applicable) Energy compliance documents Your project must also have Planning approval before we accept your application. RESPONSIBLE CONSTRUCTION ORDINANCE EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2022 The City is committed to protecting construction employees against wage theft. We hold construction companies accountable for wage theft. Construction employees with wage theft judgments can seek help from the City. Read our Responsible Construction Ordinance for details. The ordinance went into effect July 1, 2022. It applies to Responsible Construction projects. These projects: Are larger than 15,000 square feet AND Have a project valuation of $100,000 or more. Subcontractors on these projects must also comply if their contract valuation exceeds: $100,000 OR 1% of the Responsible Project construction valuation. Contractors or Owners If your project is subject to the ordinance, you will do the following: You must sign an Acknowledgement of Responsibility before we issue your construction permit. You will provide a *Pay Transparency Certification and Compliance form. You will post - in a conspicuous location - all three of the following notices: Construction Worker's Right to Know - English Construction Worker's Right to Know - Spanish Construction Worker's Right to Know - Chinese, Simplified *You must submit your forms before we issue the project's certificate of occupancy. We will withhold the certificate of occupancy for any unpaid judgments. NOTICE TO APPLICANTS FOR COMMERCIAL BUILDING PERMITS AND BUSINESS LICENSES

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