The following documents and letters of permission are often required by governmental agencies prior to issuance of development approvals. These documents state that the developer has resolved issues with SDG&E.
The documents are granted by SDG&E for a processing fee to the developer and are described as follows:
- Permission to Grade Letter
This letter states that SDG&E has reviewed and approved the developers grading plan.
- Land Use Agreement
This document allows for the use of SDG&E’s rights-of-way by the underlying or adjacent fee property owner.
- Signature Omission Letter
This letter states that SDG&E has reviewed a proposed subdivision map but does not wish to provide a signature. (Some Cities are asking for the map to be signed to this affect rather than providing a separate letter)
- Subdivision and Parcel Map Signatures
SDG&E will provide review and signatures for maps that have acceptable joint use language.
- Joint Use Agreement
This document allows for the joint use and occupancy of SDG&E’s easement by other utilities or street dedications.
- Public Utility Letter
This letter is usually requested by a property owner, in compliance with a public agency requirement, to vacate a Public Utility Easement.
- Permission to Enter Letter
This letter allows temporary use of SDG&E easements and properties.
- Quit Claim Letter
This document states that SDG&E no longer needs a particular easement.