Planning applications received by St. Helena’s Planning Department are now available on the city’s website.
Staff began uploading the applications last month. They were previously only available at City Hall.
To see the applications, go to cityofsthelena.org, look under “City Departments” and click “Planning.” Then click “Planning Projects.”
As of Wednesday morning the site listed 29 applications, nearly all of them still pending. They include design review applications, use permits, sign permits, and a subdivision application for Antonio Castellucci’s property at 567 Pope St.
The city received 15 planning applications in January, an unusually high number.
Councilmember Mary Koberstein said the feature will be a useful tool to help residents stay informed about various projects that are in the pipeline.