Stucco & Siding Replacement

Stucco and siding are applied to outdoor surfaces of buildings. The need for replacement or repair can be due to age, weather, dry rot, aesthetics choices, or other concerns.

Date Posted: August 16th, 2020 @ 4:38 PM
Last Updated: August 24th, 2021 @ 2:05 PM

When Is a Permit Required?

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A Building Permit and Zoning review are required to replace or repair stucco and siding.

Who Can Be Issued a Permit?

  1. Contractors who are licensed by the State of California with a classification appropriate for the work that will be performed and have a current Business Tax Certificate.
  2. Owners of a building or their legal representative.

How to Apply

Be prepared to provide the following:
  • Completed Building Permit application
  • Construction plans (as applicable depending on scope of project)


Complete the following:

Once complete, e-mail your completed application form(s) and all associated plans and documents to or via our Digital Inbox for applications over 20MB.


Once we receive your application and have created it in our system, we will review your application. For projects not requiring plans, the process generally takes up to 3 weeks from the date we receive your application to the date when we issue your permit. Projects with plans generally take up to 6 weeks.


Call (510) 238-3891 or find quick answers through our Permit Questions Portal.

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