How do I submit a land use/site development permit application? What documents do I need to submit?
Submitting a Site Development Permit Application can be done in person at City Hall, or via the City of Espanola website. In addition to the application form, you will need to provide the City with a Site Plan, Proof of Ownership or Lease and Detailed Project Description. For properties located within a flood zone, a Certificate of Elevation is required. Manufactured Home applications require a copy of the Certificate of Occupancy provided by the State of New Mexico within 60 days of issuance.

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1. What are your hours?
2. Where is your office located?
3. How do I get a building permit?
4. What changes to my property require a permit? How do I determine fees for my application?
5. How do I submit a land use/site development permit application? What documents do I need to submit?
6. What is zoning? How do I find out what my property is zoned?
7. How do I obtain a business registration? What other permits do I need to establish my business?
8. What does the Planning & Land Use Department do?
9. How does Planning and Land Use approve my application?
10. What happens if I build without a permit?
11. What is a Site Plan?
12. Should I report a neighbor who is building without a permit?
13. Can I locate a mobile or manufactured home on my property?
14. What types of livestock can I have on my property?
15. Can I split or subdivide my property? What is the process to do so?
16. What are easements? Who enforces an easement?
17. What permits do I need to add on to my house or build a garage, carport, or other accessory structure?
18. How do I determine if my property is in a floodplain?
19. The changes I want to make to my property require a variance from the Zoning Code. What is the process to obtain a variance?
20. What are setbacks? What are the setbacks for my property?
21. I want a sign for my business, what size can I have?