Permits

The Single Resource for County Permits and Applications

The County of San Bernardino’s EZOP website simplifies your search for project information by centralizing handouts and descriptions of development and construction-related permits and activities.

Are you building a high rise? Renovating a house? Installing a new water heater? Rewiring a blighted property as part of rehab? Or maybe you are seeking approval to operate a business that’s not usually allowed in your location? Whether you are looking to build a house or repair one, this is your one place to start.

Here you will find information on various activities regulated by the County in a citizen-focused format. Each application along with required materials are described fully so that you can be prepared to apply.

Click here for a Quick Reference Guide that helps you find the appropriate application for your project.

Permit Module Apply Online Description
Temporary Structure Building Yes A temporary structure permit is required for temporary residential quarters, temporary mobile office trailers, and temporary security quarters. TEMPORARY RESIDENTIAL QUARTERS: A recreational vehicle or travel trailer occupied as residential quarters on a temporary basis by an individual constructing the first residence on the property. Applicant must have a permit issued for the construction of… Find out more.
Extension of Time Planning Yes An extension of time may be requested to comply with or implement any conditional land use decision made in accordance with provisions of the Development Code. A “conditional land use decision” includes land use actions such as Conditional Use Permits, Variances, and Tentative Maps. For questions as to whether an extension of time may be… Find out more.
Special Use Permit – Home Occupation Permit Application Enforcement Yes Please contact Code Enforcement at (909) 884-4056 for any questions regarding the Home Occupation Permit. A Home Occupation is: Any occupation customarily conducted entirely within a dwelling by its inhabitants, the purpose being incidental to the use of the dwelling for dwelling purposes. Home Occupations are commercial uses that are accessory and incidental to a… Find out more.
Licensed Care Facility Inspection Fire Yes Licensed Care Facility Inspection Find out more.
Special Event Public Works No Please fill out the application questionnaire completely and accurately. Some fields are accompanied by additional help text. Click the (?) next to a field to show supplementary information. If necessary, please use the "Save and Resume Later" button at the bottom of this page to save your temporary record for completion at a later date/time.  Your… Find out more.
Filming Permit Public Works No APPLICATION FOR FILMING PERMIT REQUIRES A 7 DAYS MINIMUM NOTICE Please fill out the application questionnaire completely and accurately. Some fields are accompanied by additional help text. Click the (?) next to a field to show supplementary information. If necessary, please use the "Save and Resume Later" button at the bottom of this page to save your… Find out more.
Record of Survey Public Works Yes   Records of Survey must be submitted by a Professional Land Surveyor or Professional Engineer. All notifications regarding this record will be sent to the email provided. Record of Survey submittals are reviewed by County Surveyor staff at actual cost. You will be required to provide a signed Financially Responsible Party Information form along with an… Find out more.
CS Plat Public Works No Information about submittal requirements can be found on the County Surveyor's Office webpage: http://cms.sbcounty.gov/dpw/Surveyor/SurveyOffice.aspx Find out more.
Corner Record Public Works Yes Information about submittal requirements can be found on the County Surveyor's Office webpage: http://cms.sbcounty.gov/dpw/Surveyor/SurveyOffice.aspx Find out more.
Certificate of Corrections Public Works No Information about submittal requirements can be found on the County Surveyor's Office webpage: http://cms.sbcounty.gov/dpw/Surveyor/SurveyOffice.aspx Find out more.
Amending Map Public Works No Information about submittal requirements can be found on the County Surveyor's Office webpage: http://cms.sbcounty.gov/dpw/Surveyor/SurveyOffice.aspx Find out more.
Special Use Permit – Telecommunication Towers Application Enforcement Yes Please fill out the application questionnaire completely and accurately. Some fields are accompanied by additional help text. Click the (?) next to a field to show supplementary information. If necessary, please use the "Save and Resume Later" button at the bottom of this page to save your temporary record for completion at a later date/time.  Your… Find out more.
Special Use Permit – Special Use Permit Application Enforcement Yes Please fill out the application questionnaire completely and accurately. Some fields are accompanied by additional help text. Click the (?) next to a field to show supplementary information. If necessary, please use the "Save and Resume Later" button at the bottom of this page to save your temporary record for completion at a later date/time.  Your… Find out more.
Special Use Permit – Short-Term Rental Application Enforcement Yes This application is required in order to rent your home out on a short-term basis (less than 30 days). The applicant must certify the unit meets all of the required standards and conditions outlined in the San Bernardino County Code and in this application packet. The Code Enforcement Officer will conduct an interior and exterior inspection of the… Find out more.
Special Use Permit – Kennels or Catteries Application Enforcement Yes Please fill out the application questionnaire completely and accurately. Some fields are accompanied by additional help text. Click the (?) next to a field to show supplementary information. If necessary, please use the "Save and Resume Later" button at the bottom of this page to save your temporary record for completion at a later date/time.  Your… Find out more.
Special Use Permit – Exotic Animal Application Enforcement Yes Please fill out the application questionnaire completely and accurately. Some fields are accompanied by additional help text. Click the (?) next to a field to show supplementary information. If necessary, please use the "Save and Resume Later" button at the bottom of this page to save your temporary record for completion at a later date/time.  Your… Find out more.
Special Use Permit – Bed and Breakfast Application Enforcement Yes Please fill out the application questionnaire completely and accurately. Some fields are accompanied by additional help text. Click the (?) next to a field to show supplementary information. If necessary, please use the "Save and Resume Later" button at the bottom of this page to save your temporary record for completion at a later date/time.  Your… Find out more.
Temporary Structure Building No Temporary structures are modular units,recreational vehicles/trailers, etc. Find out more.
Zoning Certification Planning Yes Licensing Review / Zoning Certification / Zoning Affidavit This application is used to submit a request to the Planning Division of San Bernardino County Land Use Services Department for verification that the zoning for a piece of property conforms to a proposed or existing use. This application should be used for: General zoning certifications for… Find out more.
Tree and Plant Removal Planning Yes Tree (Plant) Removal Permit Application This application is provided for those circumstances where a tree or plan removal is not in conjunction with a land use application or development permit (88.01.050)(d)(2). Regulated trees and plants: For a list of regulated trees and plants, please refer to Sections: 88.01.060(c), 88.01.070(b), 88.01.080(b) and 88.01.050 (e) (4) of… Find out more.
Temporary Use Permit Planning Yes As provided in the San Bernardino County Development Code Title 8, Division 4, Temporary Use Permits (TUP) may be issued for: 1. Batch Plants. Batch plants necessary for the construction of major public infrastructure improvements provided proper review in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) is completed. 2. Construction yards - Off-site. Off-site… Find out more.
Revision to Approved Action Planning Yes The Director of Land Use Services may approve minor modifications/revisions of the conditions of approval or project design for a conditionally approved development project. However, should the Director determine that the modifications may be controversial, the requested modification shall be referred back to the reviewing authority who required the conditions. In this case, the review… Find out more.
Project Application Planning Yes Planning Project Application Instructions You are about to begin the application process to submit a Project proposal to County of San Bernardino Land Use Services Department Planning Division. It is highly recommended that you submit for a Pre-Application Development Review prior to submitting a formal Land Use Planning Project application. The Planning Project application should… Find out more.
Lot Merger Planning Yes A Lot Merger combines two or more substandard lots into one and is a recorded document. A Lot Merger is completely different than a Lot Combination. A Lot Combination is processed through the Assessor’s Office and combines the lots for tax billing convenience purposes only (i.e., one tax bill). With a Lot Combination, the lots… Find out more.
Lot Line Adjustment Planning Yes About Lot Line Adjustments The County Development Code requires a Lot Line Adjustment approval when a property owner wants to adjust the lot line between at least two, but no more than four, adjacent parcels. In a Lot Line Adjustment, land is taken from one parcel and added to an adjacent parcel. No additional parcels… Find out more.
Landscape Plan Planning Yes Landscape Plan Review The Landscape Plan Review process is to be used when a Condition of Approval for a development project requires the submission of landscape plans for review or when required by Development Code Section 83.10.020. This is an administrative review process conducted by staff of the Planning Division. Please be prepared to provide… Find out more.
General Plan and Development Code Interpretation Planning Yes This application is required when an individual requests a written interpretation of either the General Plan or the County Development Code.  You can access current Development Code at http://cms.sbcounty.gov/lus/Planning/DevelopmentCode.aspx. You can access the County's General Plan at http://cms.sbcounty.gov/lus/Planning/GeneralPlan.aspx A General Plan and Development Code Interpretation asks the Planning Department to make a preliminary determination as… Find out more.
Environmental Review Unrelated to Planning Project Planning Yes This process is required for all projects and other items that require environmental review in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) that are NOT associated with a land use application being processed or required by the County. County Planning staff will review your application and will determine what, if any, type of environmental… Find out more.
Compatibility Determination Planning Yes San Bernardino County Development Code Sections 84.01.050 (g) and (l) require that certain proposed accessory uses be approved only if it is found to be compatible with the surrounding area.  A compatibility determination is only required in certain land use zoning districts. Online Resources: Proposed accessory uses that required a Compatibility Determination are covered in… Find out more.
Certificate of Subdivision Compliance Planning Yes This process is used to legalize a parcel that was created on or after March 4, 1972. It also may impose any necessary conditions to provide the appropriate improvements. A Certificate of Compliance application applies only to a single parcel and is required when: an existing land violation prevents the division or development of property… Find out more.
Certificate of Land Use Compliance Planning Yes The Certificate of Land Use Compliance is used to certify the legal use of property, establish termination dates for nonconforming uses, disclose in public records any conditions of operation and any other long term conditions or restrictions that apply to the subject use or property. Upon approval, the Planning staff will make provision for the… Find out more.
Appeal Planning Yes APPEAL OF A LAND USE DECISION   Appeals must be formally submitted before the effective date of the decision being appealed in order to be eligible for consideration. Please be advised that you must submit payment of the appeal fees in order to submit an appeal application. For current appeal fees, please consult the Land… Find out more.
Accessory Wind Energy System Planning Yes An Accessory Wind Energy Systems application is required by the County Development Code to evaluate the location, design and operation for an accessory wind energy system as specified in each Land Use District. The Accessory Wind Energy Systems application and process provides the County the opportunity to review the proposed accessory wind energy system installation… Find out more.
ABC Letter of Public Convenience Planning Yes ABC Letter of Public "Convenience or Necessity" State law requires a local jurisdiction to make a “public convenience or necessity” determination prior to the State Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) issuing a liquor license under certain circumstances. Refer to Division 9 of the State Business and Professions Code for specific State requirements and definitions… Find out more.
Pre-Application Development Review Planning Yes Prior to the formal submission of an application and prior to the applicant spending time and resources preparing detailed plans and technical studies, the applicant can use the Pre-Application Development Review process to have County staff answer specific questions or to provide general input and observations regarding the project.   Comments provided during this meeting… Find out more.
Flood Control Temporary Access Public Works No The San Bernardino County Flood Control District (SBCFCD) manages the regional flood protection functions for San Bernardino County with authority granted via State legislation enacted in 1939. The District has developed a very extensive system of facilities, including dams, conservation basins, channels, and storm drains. The purpose of these facilities is to intercept and convey… Find out more.
Flood Control Construction Permit Public Works No The San Bernardino County Flood Control District (SBCFCD) manages the regional flood protection functions for San Bernardino County with authority granted via State legislation enacted in 1939. The District has developed a very extensive system of facilities, including dams, conservation basins, channels, and storm drains. The purpose of these facilities is to intercept and convey… Find out more.
Moving Permit (Single Trip) Public Works Yes A Single Trip moving permit allows a Transporter to make a single trip, from a single origin to a single destination, in one direction along the County Maintained Road System.  A Single Trip moving permit is issued for mountain and restricted roads, direct crossings, and variance loads. Find out more.
Moving Permit (Annual) Public Works Yes An Annual Moving Permit allows a Transporter to make multiple trips, for one year duration, on any road(s) in the County Maintained Road System (CMRS). Annual permits are NOT valid for travel where the: CMRS road is in the mountain region CMRS road is weight restricted Load and/or vehicle exceeds 16 feet in height or 12… Find out more.
Neighborhood Watch Sign Public Works No Generally, the County does not allow signs within County Maintained Road System (CMRS) road right-of-way. It is only allowed when in the best interest of the public which includes neighborhood watch signs. County staff will be able to advise and answer crucial questions to help permit applicants navigate the permit process. This will help to… Find out more.
Tree Permit Public Works Yes County of San Bernardino Tree Policy 08-12 states that the "Abutting property owner is responsible for the trimming or removal for his convenience or protection of his property, and; also, for the trimming of shrubs as necessary to remove sign obstruction for traffic entering the roadway" and Streets and Highways Code 5610 states that the… Find out more.
Adopt-a-Road Public Works No The County of San Bernardino Department of Public Works Adopt-A-Road Program provides an avenue for individuals or volunteer groups to keep their neighborhoods litter-free one road at a time. This program is consistent with the County Vision, which says, in part: We will work together to connect and beautify communities through shared open spaces, public… Find out more.
Addressing – Subdivision Building Yes Once a subdivision records, each lot requires an address prior to construction.  This record allows a sub-divider to request an address assignment for each lot within the subdivision. If you have any questions related to the submission of this application, please contact Land Use Services Department for assistance at (909) 387-8311.   Find out more.
Addressing – New Building Yes This application can be used for: To assign an address to a vacant lot To assign additional unit address to a lot with an established address This application cannot be used for: Changes of address (please use the "Addressing - Change" application) Cell site addresses Utility pedestals Temporary addresses Find out more.
Special Inspector Building Yes The purpose of a special inspector is to inspect specific work to ensure conformance with the approved design drawings and specifications. Special inspectors inspect, test and approve the following types of work: Concrete placement, Structural masonry, Piling, piers, and/or caissons, Reinforcing and/or pre-stressing, steel placement, Structural welding, and High-strength bolting. The special inspector shall furnish… Find out more.
Approved Fabricator Building Yes Special inspection requirements of the California Building Code can be achieved through work being completed on the premises of a fabricator registered & approved by the Building Official. Typical Related Records that are associated with this application: Accessory, Single Family Residence, and Non-Residential Records, though any project could utilize an approved fabricator depending on the… Find out more.
Water Quality Management Plan / Post Construction Management Plan (WQMP/PCMP) Planning Yes A Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP)/ Post Construction Management Plan (PCMP) is required around Santa Ana River Watershed area and around Phelan/Pinon Hill area in high desert area per the California Regional Water Quality Boards. After submitting your report, they go through the plan review process, which involves reviews to verify compliance with the latest… Find out more.
Walls and Fences Building Yes A Wall and Fences Permit is required when a project requires to construct any masonry/retaining walls or chain link or iron fencing. Prior to starting construction you will be required to submit plans and any necessary supporting documentation for review and approval by the County. The plan review process involves verifying compliance with the California… Find out more.
Variance Planning Yes Variances are provided for in the Development Code and State Law to allow flexibility of development standards where the strict application of a regulation may not be appropriate. According to State Law, the justification for a Variance is that you as a property owner would suffer a unique hardship if the development standard as specified… Find out more.
Underground Fire Yes An Underground Permit is required when installing underground water piping/infrastructure for purpose of adding additional fire hydrants and underground connections to sprinkler risers. Find out more.
Traffic Study Public Works Yes When a new development is proposed within the unincorporated areas of the County, the Traffic Division of the Department of Public Works provides a review of the traffic related portions in cooperation with the Department of Land Use Services. For projects which generate a sufficient amount of traffic, more than 100 trips during the peak… Find out more.
Tenant Improvement Building Yes A Building Permit is required for an owner or contractor of a property to alter an existing building or structure. Prior to starting construction you will be required to submit plans and any necessary supporting documentation for review and approval by the County. The plan review process involves verifying compliance with the California Building Codes,… Find out more.
Street Improvement Plan Planning Yes A Street Improvement Plan is required when a road construction is required as part of the project. After submitting your plans, they go through the plan review process, which involves reviews to verify compliance with the San Bernardino County Development Code and San Bernardino County Road Planning and Design Standards. Find out more.
Solar Residential Building Yes A Solar permit is required for an owner or contractor of a property to construct rooftop or ground mounted solar. Prior to starting construction you will be required to submit plans and any necessary supporting documentation for review and approval by the County. The plan review process involves verifying compliance with the California Building Codes,… Find out more.
Solar Non-Residential Building Yes A Non-Residential Solar permit is required to construct large-scale rooftop or ground mount solar projects. Prior to starting construction you will be required to submit plans and any necessary supporting documentation for review and approval by the County. The plan review process involves verifying compliance with the California Building Codes, San Bernardino County Fire Code,… Find out more.
Sign Building Yes A Sign Permit is required when installing a sign. Prior to starting construction you will be required to submit plans and any necessary supporting documentation for review and approval by the County. The plan review process involves verifying compliance with the California Building Codes, San Bernardino County Development Code and/or any required laws and regulations.… Find out more.
Road Construction Permit Public Works Yes Transportation Construction Permits allow you to encroach onto County Maintained Road System right-of-way for the laying, constructing, or repairing of appurtenant road improvements. Transportation Construction Permits apply to all construction or repair of road, drainage, curbs, gutters, sidewalks, storm drain, street lights, signing & striping, traffic signals or any other work that is a part… Find out more.
Road Closure Public Works No The County of San Bernardino Department of Public Works Road Closure Permit is required when closing County Maintained Road System roads down for any length of time. Only when it is in the best interest of the Public to close the road is it allowed. A traffic control plan is required. Other possible requirements related… Find out more.
Residential New Construction Building Yes A Building Permit is required for an owner or contractor of a property to construct any new building or structure greater than 120 square feet. Prior to starting construction you will be required to submit plans and any necessary supporting documentation for review and approval by the County. The plan review process involves verifying compliance… Find out more.
Residential Alteration Building Yes A Building Permit is required for an owner or contractor of a property to alter an existing building or structure. Prior to starting construction you may be required to submit plans and any necessary supporting documentation for review and approval by the County. The plan review process involves verifying compliance with the California Building Codes,… Find out more.
Residential Addition Building Yes A Building Permit is required for an owner or contractor of a property to add to an existing building or structure, for example, a room addition. Prior to starting construction you will be required to submit plans and any necessary supporting documentation for review and approval by the County. The plan review process involves verifying compliance… Find out more.
Residential Accessory Building Yes A Residential Accessory permit is required prior to any construction of residential accessory structures greater than 120 square feet. The definition of Accessory Structure is any structure accessory to and incidental to that of the dwelling(s) and that is located on the same lot. Examples of accessory structures are desks, patio covers, and metal storage… Find out more.
Residential & Multi-Family Sprinkler Permit Fire Yes A Residential Sprinkler Permit is required when installing a residential fire sprinkler systems or adding on to an existing system. Find out more.
ReRoof Building Yes A Re roof Permit is required prior to the construction of re roofing activity. The application review and inspection process involves verifying compliance with the California Building Codes, San Bernardino County Development Code, and/or any required laws and regulations. This shall also include verification of no more than two or more layers of any type… Find out more.
Pre-Engineered Systems and AST Fire Yes A Pre-Engineered Systems and AST Permit is required when installing a Pre-Engineered System or AST. Find out more.
Pool and Spa Building Yes A Pool and Spa Permit is required prior to construction of pool and/or spa on a property. Prior to starting any construction, you will be required to submit plans and any necessary supporting documentation for review and approval by the County. The plan review process involves verifying compliance with the California Building Codes, San Bernardino… Find out more.
Plumbing Building Yes A permit is required for Plumbing work on an existing building or structure. Prior to starting any activities, you will be required to submit plans and any necessary supporting documentation for review and approval by the County. The plan review process involves verifying compliance with the California Building Codes, San Bernardino County Fire Code, Environmental… Find out more.
Non-Residential Sprinkler Fire Yes A Non-Residential Sprinkler Permit is required when installing a non-residential fire sprinkler systems or adding on to an existing system. Standpipes and hose racks may also be required/reviewed as part of this permit. Find out more.
Non-Residential Pump Fire Yes A Non-Residential Pump Permit is required when installing a commercial fire pump. Standpipes and hose racks may be required/reviewed as part of this permit. Find out more.
Non-Residential New Construction Building Yes A Building Permit is required for an owner or contractor of a property to construct any new building or structure greater than 120 square feet. Prior to starting construction you will be required to submit plans and any necessary supporting documentation for review and approval by the County. The plan review process involves verifying compliance… Find out more.
Non-Residential Addition Building Yes A Building Permit is required for an owner or contractor of a property to add to or alter an existing building or structure. Prior to starting construction you will be required to submit plans and any necessary supporting documentation for review and approval by the County. The plan review process involves verifying compliance with the… Find out more.
Multi-Family New Construction Building Yes A Building Permit is required for an owner or contractor of a property to construct any new building or structure greater than 120 square feet. Prior to starting construction you will be required to submit plans and any necessary supporting documentation for review and approval by the County. The plan review process involves verifying compliance… Find out more.
Mixed Use New Construction Building Yes A Building Permit is required for an owner or contractor of a property to construct any new building or structure greater than 120 square feet. Prior to starting construction you will be required to submit plans and any necessary supporting documentation for review and approval by the County. The plan review process involves verifying compliance… Find out more.
Mechanical Building Yes A permit is required for Mechanical work on an existing building or structure. Prior to starting any activities, you will be required to submit plans and any necessary supporting documentation for review and approval by the County. The plan review process involves verifying compliance with the California Building Codes, San Bernardino County Fire Code, Environmental… Find out more.
Manufactured Homes Building Yes A Building Permit is required for an owner or contractor of a property to setdown or install a new or used manufactured home. Prior to setdown or install, you will be required to submit plans and any necessary supporting documentation for review and approval by the County. The plan review process involves verifying compliance with… Find out more.
High Pile and Inrack Sprinkler Fire Yes A High Pile and In rack Sprinkler Permit is required when installing a High Pile and In rack Sprinkler system into a storage facility. Find out more.
Grading Building Yes A Grading Permit is required when excavation (cut) and embankment (fill) grading activities move more than 50 cubic yards. Prior to starting any grading activities, you will be required to submit plans and any necessary supporting documentation. After submitting your plans, they go through the plan review process, which involves reviews to verify compliance with… Find out more.
Geotechnical (Soils) Report Building Yes A Geotechnical (Soil) Report is typically required for any structure such as main residences, gust houses, additions, detached accessory structures. Following technical reports can be submitted under Geotechnical (Soil) Report: a soil report, Alquist Priolo or liquefaction review, compaction report review or hydro-collapsible soil report. Find out more.
Geology Investigation Building Yes A Geology Investigation is required prior to applying any planning application if a site is located seismic. Find out more.
Fire Alarm Fire Yes A Fire Alarm Permit is required when installing a fire alarm monitoring/notification system in a structure. Find out more.
Erosion Control Building Yes A Grading Permit is required when excavation (cut) and embankment (fill) grading activities move more than 50 cubic yards. Prior to starting any grading activities, you will be required to submit plans and any necessary supporting documentation. After submitting your plans, they go through the plan review process, which involves reviews to verify compliance with… Find out more.
Encroachment Permit Public Works Yes Transportation Encroachment Permits allow you to encroach onto County Maintained Road System right-of-way to perform work or construct certain improvements. Examples include: construction of driveway approaches, installation or replacement of power poles, sidewalk repairs or replacements, construction of parking decks in mountain areas or traffic control to access existing underground utility facilities. A Transportation Encroachment… Find out more.
Electrical Building Yes A permit is required for Electrical work on an existing building or structure. Prior to starting any activities, you will be required to submit plans and any necessary supporting documentation for review and approval by the County. The plan review process involves verifying compliance with the California Building Codes, San Bernardino County Fire Code, Environmental… Find out more.
Drainage Study Planning Yes A Drainage Study is typically required to prevent or mitigate any possible drainage impact to upstream or downstream of the project site due to the project construction activity. Hydrology and/or Hydraulic studies can be submitted under Drainage Study. After submitting your study, they go through the plan review process, which involves reviews to verify compliance… Find out more.
Demolition Building Yes A Demolition Permit is required for the partial or complete removal of a permitted building or structure. This includes the removal of the foundation, water lines, sewer lines, gas lines and the demolition of any septic systems and wells. Prior to starting demolition, you will be required to submit a plot plan showing the location… Find out more.
Construction Waste Management Plan – Part 1 Public Works Yes The Department of Public Works, Solid Waste Management Division reviews and approves all new construction projects required to submit a Construction and Demolition Solid Waste Management Plan (waste management plan). Effective January 1, 2017, the California Green Building Standards Code requires all newly constructed buildings, including low-rise residential and most non-residential commercial projects, to develop… Find out more.
Addressing – Change Building Yes Applications can be submitted for: Change of street number Change of street name for lots with multiple frontages (change of street assignment from one frontage to another) Applications cannot be submitted for: Change of community/city name Change of Zip code Street name changes (If you are interested in changing the officially recorded street name please… Find out more.