Please submit a development plan application to the Community Development Division of the Department of Conservation and Development.
For more information review the Your Development Project and the Public Works Department (PDF) document.
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Yes, Tract Maps (also known as Subdivision Maps), Parcel Maps, Records of Survey and Corner Records are now available for viewing and download at not cost through Laserfiche Weblink.
For tract numbers for the entire county, and parcel map numbers for the unincorporated areas of Contra Costa, visit the Department of Conservation and Development (DCD) Submitting a Planning Application webpage or call (925) 674-7722. For parcel maps in other cities, obtain the number from the city.
Use the Contra Costa County Parcel Maps and Final Maps Checklist to determine what information is needed.
To see if there are any surveys on a parcel you need the Assessor’s Parcel number (APN). Go to CCMAP to obtain the parcel number then search in Laserfiche Weblink under Annotated Assessor Parcel Books. Here it will ask you for the parcel book and the page. Surveys are listed in red with a LSM book and page or CR book and page. Once you have a book and page you can then pull up the map using Laserfiche Weblink and click on Search for Recorded Maps.
Please submit the information indicated on the Final Maps document to our Engineering Services Division at:
Contra Costa CountyPublic Works Department255 Glacier DriveMartinez, CA 94553
If you have questions email Public Works or call (925) 313-2000.
Fee Schedules are currently a part of the checklists.
To determine if a road is County Maintained go to CCMAP website.
Fee schedules are currently a part of the checklists.
Subdivision Improvement plans are filed by tract/Sub number (for unincorporated Contra Costa County only). Call us at (925) 313-2000 or email us.