Development

As members of the Development Services team, we strive to professionally and proactively enhance the quality of life in Chino by maintaining a safe, high quality and well balanced community.

Department functions include building, planning, code enforcement, housing, and economic development. Specific programs and services include:

College Park Specific Plan
Building permits and inspections
Property maintenance enforcement
Recreational vehicle enforcement on private property
Home occupation permits
Housing rehabilitation grants and loans
The Preserve Specific Plan
New development review
Zoning and sign codes
General Plan Update
Mobile Home Rent Review


Director of Development Services
Nick Liguori

You may reach the Development Services Department at:
Phone:  (909) 334-3314
Fax:  (909) 334-3729
Email: developmentservices@cityofchino.org

Building

The Building Division is mandated by Health & Safety Code State laws and is responsible for enforcing the Uniform Building, Plumbing, Mechanical, and National Electrical Codes. The Building Division is also responsible for enforcing State-mandated requirements, issuing building permits and takes in plans for review. Visit the Building Division page for more information.

Fire

The Chino Valley Independent Fire District (CVIFD) provides contracted fire servics to the cities of Chino and Chino Hills.

CVIFD is known for the delivery of high-quality emergency services to the Chino Valley including emergency medical and paramedic services, hazardous materials response and urban search and rescue services.

Planning

The Chino Planning Division is responsible for the City’s physical planning, which includes development review, analysis, and compliance; environmental review, long range planning, and development policies through the General Plan, Zoning Ordinance, and Specific Plans. Visit the Planning Division page for more information. 

Zoning

Title 20 of the Chino Municipal Code is the City's Zoning Ordinance. The purpose of the Zoning Ordinance is to designate, regulate and restrict the location and use of buildings, structures and land for agricultural, residential, commercial, and industrial uses. Visit the Zoning page for more information.