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Apply for a Building Permit?
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Schedule an Inspection?
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STAY INFORMED: LATEST NEWS
Notice of Funding Availability – Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG) Notice of Funding Availability
Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG) funds totaling $4 million available to be awarded to qualified local nonprofit organizations/Community Based Development Organizations (CBDO’s). The deadline for submitting proposals is 4:00 P.M. on November 17, 2022.
Notice of Funding Availability for Affordable Housing Production
The City is now offering HOME Investment Partnerships Program funding for the production of affordable housing. Developers are encouraged to apply today!
Online Permitting Available for Home Remodels
Save time by using our quick and easy online permitting system for your single-family home or duplex renovations!
CALENDAR: COMMUNITY EVENTS & MEETINGS
Long Beach, CA – The City of Long Beach has adopted its first-ever Long Beach Climate Action Plan (LB CAP) that provides a framework for creating a more sustainable, resilient and equitable city. Unanimously approved by the Long Beach City Council, LB CAP, also known as the Climate Action and Adaptation Plan, will address climate change in a way that remedies existing environmental health disparities while also improving health, quality of life and enhancing economic vitality throughout Long Beach for decades to come.