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525 San Anselmo Avenue
San Anselmo, CA 94960
Ph: (415) 258-4600
Fx: (415) 459-2477
Forms and Permits
Encroachment Permit - An encroachment permit is needed when you are doing work in the Town's public right of way.

Curb, Gutter and Driveway Standards - This document includes information for curb, gutter and driveway repair. For all other county standards please see the county web site. (Click Here)  

Fence Permit - A fence permit is needed to erect a fence within 20 feet of the front property line. Fence Permit Diagram (Click Here)

Grading Permit - A grading permit is necessary when excavating or hauling dirt on your property.

Non-Maintained Road Paving Assistance - This package includes information for residents who live on non-maintained streets who would like to receive Town assistance with road paving.

Non-Maintained Drainage Projects - This package is information for residents who would like to receive Town assistance with drainage projects on non-maintained roads or on private property.

Tree Permits - A permit is required to remove or significantly prune any heritage tree, any tree on undeveloped property and any street tree.  A heritage tree is defined as a tree with a diameter at breast height (dbh = 4.5 feet above grade) of 22 inches. A permit is required to remove any tree on undeveloped property with a dbh of 7 inches. Pruning is defined as, and limited to, removal of less than 25% of the tree's foliage. An arborist’s report and photograph of the tree(s) are required prior to this application being complete. NOTE: Acacia, Eucalyptus, Plum, Privet and Monterey Pine trees are considered nuisance trees and do not require a permit to remove. (S.A.M.C. Sections 4-9 & 4-13) Tree Replacement Criteria List (Click Here)

Bioretention - This handout shows how to incorporate bioretention into your projects. 

Erosion and Sediment Control - This handout is a general overview of erosion control measures that must be taken by October 15 and shall be maintained and modified to remain effective throughout the rainy season, which ends April 15.

Bioretention Guide to Stormwater Management - This document is a general guideline to help homeowners understand storm water management practices and how to incorporate bioretention into there home projects. We would like to hear your feed back should you have any questions or concerns regarding this document at