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It is rare that the noise generated from one aircraft overflight would exceed the legal noise limits for an area; however, accumulated overflight noise may become an annoyance. In these cases, the airport may be notified and an attempt will be made to identify the aircraft.
Commercial Projects need 5 sets of builind plans, 2 sets of structural calculations or Title 24. Plan check fee is required upon submittal of plans.
If you have contacted your landlord and they are unwilling to make the property habitable, within the limits of their responsibility, you can submit a complaint through the City of Delano Building & Safety Code Enforcement Officer.
1. The information in the letter is incorrect. 2. The violation no longer exists. 3. You don't understand some part of the letter. 4. You just need additional time to bring your property into compliance. 5. If you want to talk about your options.
Once the allowable time specified on your first letter has expired, and if you have not contacted the Code Enforcement Officer, an officer will inspect your property to verify the allegations. If it is determined that the violation does not exist, the case will be closed and no further action will be taken. However, if a violation is found to exist, you will be notified by an "Official Notice To Comply." This notice will state specific code sections for which you are in violation, the remedies available to you, and any fines, charges and/or penalties that you will be assessed. Please contact the Building & Safety Department as soon as possible. We will be happy to discuss the information outlined in your notice with you and to go over any and all options available to you. Our first priority is to bring violations into compliance through voluntary measures whenever possible.
Please see our Recreation Department section or visit the Delano Chamber of Commerce website for more information regarding special events in Delano.
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You may obtain a Business Tax License application from the Finance Department or you may find one available for download; Business Tax License application. Depending on the type of business you will be conducting, you will have to show proof that you are complying with federal, state and county laws. Once you have completed the application you may submit it to the Finance Department along with copies of any required documentation and pay any necessary fees. The process for a Business Tax License may take from one to two weeks; certain applications may take as long as four weeks for approval depending on the type of business.
Application fee varies on the type of business and is based on your estimated gross receipts (Delano only) from the time you start your business to the end of that calendar year. Please contact our office for more information at (661) 721-3310 ext. 2203.
Any business operating from home, within City limits, must apply for a Business Tax License and a Home Occupation Permit. The Home Occupation Permit is required by the Planning Department, you may obtain more information at (661) 721-3340.
A Business Tax License is not transferable. The license is terminated when business ownership changes. The new owner will be responsible for obtaining his/her own Business Tax License.
All Business Tax Licenses expire December 31st of each year. Renewal forms are mailed out during the first week of January and are due February 1st. The renewal fees are based on your gross receipts for the prior year. If you do not receive your renewal in the mail, please contact our office. Failure to receive a renewal notice does not relieve the business owner of his/her responsibility in renewing the business license nor is it grounds for waiving any penalties due.
Contact the Kern County Clerk’s office located at 1115 Truxtun Ave - 1st floor, Bakersfield, CA 93301 or (661) 868-3588.
Contact the California State Board of Equalization located at 1800 – 30th Street, Ste 150, Bakersfield, CA 93301 or (661) 395-2880.
For more information on TCaT, please visit http://www.co.tulare.ca.us/government/rma/trans/transit.asp, or call 1-800-431-9711.
DART does not operate on Sundays or the following holidays: New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.
Saturday service operates on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, President's Day, Cesar Chavez Day, Veterans Day, Day after Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve.
TCaT bus passes and schedules are available by calling 1-800-431-9711 for location information.
You can also purchase TCaT and Kern Regional Transit passes and ticket books at Delano Station, 1120 Glenwood Street, Delano, Monday - Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.