The city departments of Public Works and Planning, Housing & Sustainability, in partnership with Information Technology and other departments, are replacing the current land management and permitting software system, LandLink, that was implemented in December 1999. The new system, EnerGov, will be launched on April 9, 2018.
EnerGov is a software system that provides operational transparency to customers and the public. After the launch, customers will be able to access a self-service portal that supports digital application submittal for select applications, will provide the status of applications and the results of building inspections. In 2019, further enhancements will allow customers to submit digital applications online for all application types, eliminating the need for customers to submit paper applications and plan sets.
In preparation for the transition to EnerGov, changes to Planning and Development Service (P&DS) operations will be made to allow staff to attend trainings scheduled from Feb. 26 – April 6. These changes include:
The P&DS Service Center will be closed ALL DAY on the following dates for employee training:
- Tuesday, March 20
- Tuesday, March 27
- Friday, April 6
The P&DS main phone line will be closed on the same dates as the P&DS Service Center closures, but inspections will be performed all days except on Friday, April 6.
Changes to the Discretionary Review Application process will be made according to the schedule below: