2175 Cherry Ave.
Ph: (562) 989-7348
Fx: (562) 989-7391
Mondays through Friday
11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. &
Afternoons by Appointment Only
Monday through Friday
08:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
The building safety program regulates the building construction process by:
- Conducting field inspections
- Coordinating the plan check process by logging and reviewing plan submittals for compliance with local and state codes
- Issuing certificates of occupancy
Permit Issuance & Plan Check Submittal Hours
The Building Department will be closed Thursday and Friday, 2/23-24/2017. No inspections will be available. Limited building permits may be issued depending on the complexity of the project. Call in advance. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Permits are issued and plan checks are submitted during the following hours:
Mondays through Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and by appointment only in the afternoon
An overview of the development process in Signal Hill can be found in our Project Development Guide
. This document contains detailed information regarding the city's review process. It also provides contacts for outside agencies that may have oversight authority and highlights typical development constraints, such as oil wells and seismic hazards. Please also review the Fire Department Requirements
. Applicants are responsible for submitting plans to the County of Los Angeles Fire Department for plan check approval.
- Southern California's free and easy solution for protecting underground utilities
Whether public, private or commercial property, the law is clear in that it is your responsibility to contact DigAlert before beginning work. Visit www.digalert.org
for more information.
Standard Urban Stormwater Mitigation Plan (SUSMP)
All new commercial and residential developments need to do their part to help protect the quality of our rivers, wetlands and ocean. To help accomplish this, the State Regional Board requires the preparation of a Standard Urban Stormwater Mitigation Plan
Water Meter Plan Check
To assure the correct sizing of water meters the City requires a water plan for new development projects. Projects must be sized in conformance with the California Plumbing Code. A plan showing the fixture count and estimated domestic, fire and irrigation systems demand may be required.
Duplication of Building Plans
For information regarding the duplication of building plans, please read on