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Lodi’s Community Development Department’s professional staff has both a wealth of experience and a desire to serve the residents of Lodi.  If you have any questions or comments relating to the functions outlined below.  Please contact the Community Development Department by e-mail at Community Development or call (209) 333-6711.

Dial 711If you have limitations hearing or speaking a specially-trained Communications Assistant (CA) can relay telephone conversations for all of your calls.
Dial 711 to reach the California Relay Service (CRS). Dialing 711 is for everyone, not just those who have difficulty hearing on a standard telephone. Friends, family, and business contacts can dial 711 for relay calls, too. 

The Department is located at:
Lodi City Hall, 221 W. Pine Street, Lodi, CA 95240.

Planning Division
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The Planning Division performs two major activities: current and advanced planning.  The Division is charged with implementing the City’s general plan and zoning ordinance.  Staff works with developers to help them meet the standards adopted by the City Council.  The Planning Division provides staff to the Planning Commission , Site Plan & Architectural Review Committees.

Building Division 
This Division provides implementation assistance with regard to California Building, Plumbing and Electrical Codes for contractors, developers and property owners.  The Division guides people in meeting the requirements for building construction.  These activities are accomplished through the efforts of the Plan Check and Inspection Sections.


Neighborhood Services Division
The Neighborhood Services Division administers federal funds received from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Lodi receives two grants based on a formula allocation. They are the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and the HOME Investment Partnership Act Grant (HOME). Federal funds administered by the division support programs and services for low-to-moderate income citizens and neighborhoods to increase self-sufficiency and meet needs that are otherwise not being met in the community. The Neighborhood Services Division works closely with the Lodi Improvement Committee in developing programs to improve the quality of life for Lodi residents.


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