The city of Sierra Madre, popularly known as The Village of the Foothills, is located between Arcadia and Pasadena. The city is widespread over 3 sq miles, featuring serene and well-planned neighborhoods, shopping centers, parks, and recreational facilities.

If you’re planning to build your next development project in Sierra Madre, then it’s a good idea as the city’s government encourages development of new and innovative projects in and around the city.

However, before you get started, make sure you get your development project proposal checked and approved by the City’s Building and Safety Division. This division is responsible for both, structural and life safety concerns in new construction, alteration or demolition of buildings. Their team checks plans and specifications, and also conducts field inspections of buildings during repair and construction to ensure project plans and construction procedures are in compliance with their zoning, land use ordinance, and safety standards.

All consultation appointments can be made by calling the planning and community department. To schedule your consultation appointment, call on (626) 355-7138 or you can have one of our structural or civil engineers meet their officials to discuss your project needs. For more information, you can also browse their website which is located on the right hand side of this page.

Plan check and approval may take about 6 to 8 weeks. You may be also asked to revise your project development plan in case it is not in compliance with their zoning or land use regulations. This is where an experienced structural engineer in the City of Sierra Madre can help.

At The Eden Group, we have a team of experienced civil & structural engineers who have a sound understanding and knowledge of the city’s zoning rules and regulations. We have worked on several residential and commercial projects in City of Sierra Madre and have helped hundreds of developers complete their development projects successfully.

Our structural engineers can supervise and manage your project to ensure that you get all the approvals and permits you needed to start your construction work on schedule.