Can I subdivide my lot per Senate Bill 9?

Sites that are located within a Single-Family Residential Zone (R-1-6000 or R-1-3800) may be eligible to subdivide the lot per Senate Bill 9 (SB9) if they meet all of the requirements per Imperial Beach Municipal Code Chapter 18.54 Urban Lot Split Subdivision and Two-Unit Residential Requirements. You can verify the zoning of your lot by referencing the Land Use Map (PDF), if you know the street address or cross streets or you can search for your address and zoning on the City's mapping/GIS tool here. Additionally, you can contact Planning staff to further discuss the proposed project, the staff directory can be found here

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1. When would I contact the Planning Division?
2. Do I need a coastal permit?
3. What is the zoning of my property?
4. Can I build a granny flat/second unit on my residential lot?
5. Can I subdivide my lot per Senate Bill 9?
6. How do I request plans for my property?