The Director shall give notice in the following manner to the public and interested parties of each application for a Tentative Map, or for a Parcel Map for which a Tentative Map is not required and an application for an exception filed pursuant to Section 1412.
Notice of the Director’s receipt of an application shall be published in at least one newspaper of general circulation within the City and County of San Francisco.
Notice of the Director’s receipt of the application shall be mailed or delivered to each local agency expected to provide or approve water, sewage, streets, roads, schools, or other essential facilities or services to the project, whose ability to provide those facilities and services may be significantly affected.
Notice of the Director’s receipt of the application shall be mailed or delivered to all owners of real property, as shown on the latest equalized assessment roll, within 300 feet of the real property that is the subject of the application. In lieu of utilizing the assessment roll the local agency may utilize records of the County Assessor or Tax Collector which contain more recent information than the assessment roll. A copy of such notice shall be mailed to the owner of the subject real property or the owner’s duly authorized agent, and to the project applicant, if a different person. If the number of persons to whom notice would be mailed or delivered pursuant to this paragraph is greater than 1,000, the Director, in lieu of mailed or delivered notice, may provide notice by placing a display advertisement of at least 1/8 page in at least one newspaper of general circulation within the City and County of San Francisco at least 10 days prior to the hearing.
Notice of the Director’s receipt of the application shall be mailed or delivered to any person who has filed a written request for notice with the Director’s office.
When a public hearing is requested in writing within 10 days of the date that notice of an application subject to Subsection (a) of this Section was sent or published, by a person whose interest would be affected, the Director shall hold a public hearing with respect to the application in question.
If the Director is required or elects to hold a public hearing with respect to an application, he or she shall give notice not less than 10 days prior to the hearing date as provided in Subsection (a) of this Section. No public hearing shall be held until after government agencies and City agencies comments are received or the time period for receiving such comments has run, whichever occurs first, and the Director has provided a written report in accordance with Section 1429.
All applications for a Tentative Map, or for a Parcel Map for which a Tentative Map is not required, shall include, in addition to all other information required:
A list of the names, assessor’s lot and block numbers and mailing addresses of all those shown in the last equalized assessment roll as owning property within 300 feet of the property proposed to be subdivided.
A 300-foot radius map delineating all the properties described in Subsection (d)(1).
Three stamped envelopes preaddressed to each of the listed property owners, suitable for mailing notice of the application and of any hearing or appeal thereon. Blank Department of Public Works envelopes will be furnished to a proposed subdivider on request. Unused envelopes will be returned to the proposed subdivider on request.
Any Department hearing required or permitted by this Code may, at the discretion of the Director be held jointly with the Department of Planning. The provisions of this Section shall be superseded by those of any amendment to California Government Code Sections 65090 or 65091, or by any provision of the SMA, should the amended provisions require additional notice.
Applications for Tentative and Parcel Maps shall be processed in compliance with the Plans, Plan Documents and California Government Code Sections 65920 to 65963.1 and any applicable Government Code Section amendments. For the purposes of appealing a decision by the Director as to completeness of an application pursuant to California Government Code Section 65943, the appeal must be made to the Board of Supervisors.
(Added by Ord. 329-98, App. 10/30/98)