When do I need to process a Variance?
A Variance is typically required when a project proposes to deviate from standards set by the Development Code (the number of required parking spaces, building height, setbacks etc.) due to exceptional or extraordinary circumstances or conditions applicable to the property which do not apply generally to other properties in the same vicinity and zone.Minor Variance Procedures

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1. When do I need to process a Design Review?
2. When do I need to process a Variance?
3. Does the City allow second dwelling units or granny flats on single-family lots?
4. What is a Subdivision?
5. Are modular/prefabricated homes allowed in Chino Hills?
6. Are temporary signs allowed for my business?
7. Do walls/fences require a building permit?
8. Does a second dwelling unit require a Conditional Use Permit?
9. Does the city offer assistance for first time homebuyers?
10. How do I find out the zoning for my property?