Licensing Map

The map below contains information regarding the potential Storefront Retail undue concentration levels in each of the City’s Community Plan Areas. If you click on a Community Plan Area, the map will display the following information:

Retail Licenses Authorized: refers to the number of Phase 1 Applicants with Temporary Approval for Storefront Retail Activity located in the Community Plan Area.

Retail License Capacity: refers to DCR’s estimate of the total number of Storefront Retail Licenses the City can issue in the Community Plan Area before undue concentration is reached.

Retail Licenses Available: refers to the number of Storefront Retail Licenses available assuming all Phase 1 Applicants with Temporary Approval located in the Community Area Plan ultimately obtain a Storefront Retail License.

You can view the location of Phase 1 Applicants with Temporary Approval by turning on the Authorized Locations layer.

You can view the location of Phase 1 Applicants whose applications are still Pending by turning on the Pending layer. Pending means that (i) DCR has not yet issued a determination on the applicant’s eligibility for Temporary Approval, (ii) DCR has denied the application but the applicant still has an opportunity to appeal or (iii) the applicant currently has a pending appeal of DCR’s denial determination.

DISCLAIMER:  This map is for informational purposes only. The information displayed in this map is collected from sources outside of DCR's control, such as other government agency websites, and is subject to change without notice.  An applicant or potential applicant shall not rely on the information on this map for confirmation that its proposed business premises meets the City’s zoning, sensitive use, or undue concentration restrictions, or that it will even have its application processed by DCR.

As with all other application information or records, information submitted to DCR concerning a proposed or actual business premises may be publicly disclosed by inclusion in this map, or in response to a California Public Records Act request (Government Code section 6250 et seq.), as permitted by the Information Practices Act (Civil Code section 1798 et seq.), to another government agency as required by state or federal law, in response to a court or administrative order, a subpoena, or a search warrant. 

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