Los Angeles County Code Enforcement

Find Los Angeles County California code enforcement offices. Code enforcement offices provide information on the enforcement, compliance, and violations of codes and laws, including fire codes, building codes, health codes, police codes, and zoning codes.

Agoura Hills Code Enforcement 30001 Ladyface Court Agoura Hills CA 91301 818-597-7335

Calabasas Code Enforcement 200 Civic Center Way Calabasas CA 91302 818-224-1600

Culver City Code Enforcement 9770 Culver Boulevard Culver CA 90232 310-253-5940

El Monte Code Enforcement 11333 Valley Boulevard El Monte CA 91731 626-580-2080

Gardena Code Enforcement 1718 West 162nd Street Gardena CA 90247 310-217-6171

Glendora City Code Enforcement 116 East Foothill Boulevard Glendora CA 91741 626-914-8228

Hawthorne Code Enforcement 4455 West 126th Street Hawthorne CA 90250 310-349-2945

Inglewood Code Enforcement 1 West Manchester Boulevard Inglewood CA 90301 310-412-5590

Lancaster California Code Enforcement 44933 Fern Avenue Lancaster CA 93534 661-723-6121

Lomita City Code Enforcement 24300 Narbonne Avenue Lomita CA 90717 310-325-3694

Long Beach Code Enforcement 100 West Broadway Long Beach CA 90802 562-570-2633

Manhattan Beach Code Enforcement 1400 Highland Avenue Manhattan Beach CA 90266 310-802-5538

Montebello Code Enforcement 1600 West Beverly Boulevard Montebello CA 90640 323-887-1490

Palmdale Code Enforcement 38250 Sierra Highway Palmdale CA 93550 661-267-5234

Pasadena Code Enforcement 175 Garfield Avenue Pasadena CA 91101 626-744-4201

Pomona Police Code Enforcement 505 South Garey Avenue Pomona CA 91766 909-620-2374

San Dimas Code Enforcement 245 East Bonita Avenue San Dimas CA 91773 909-394-6257

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About Code Enforcement Offices

Can complaints about code violations be made anonymously?

Individuals are not required to identify themselves when making a complaint. However, if the complainant would like to be contacted by Code Enforcement officials regarding the status of an investigation, he or she would need to provide contact information.

Can Code Enforcement officials come onto private property without the owner's permission?

This depends on a number of factors. If the subject of the investigation is visible from public property, the Code Enforcement official will not need to come onto the owner's property. To enter a property, a Code Enforcement official will usually need either the owner's permission or an administrative warrant. State laws give Code Enforcement officials the right to go onto private property without an administrative warrant in certain emergency situations.

Is there an appeals process for owners who believe they have been wrongfully issued a violation?

Yes. In each location, a local board has been established in order to hear appeals filed by property owners. In some jurisdictions there is a time limit for filing an appeal. There may also be a fee for filing an appeal.