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Welcome to the Long Beach Development Services Department
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In observance of the Fourth of July holiday, the Development Services Department and its Permit Center will be closed on Monday, July 4, 2022.
How Do I . . .
Apply for a Building Permit?
Building Permits, Plan Check Status, Building Code
Schedule an Inspection?
Building Inspections, Inspection Status, Report a Construction Site Issue
Find Planning & Zoning Information?
Zoning Information, Land Use Entitlements, ADUs, SB 9, Historic Preservation
Access Housing Resources?
Affordable Rental Housing, Homebuyer Programs, Home Improvement
Improve My Neighborhood?
Neighborhood Leadership Program, Tree Plantings, Street Clean-Ups
Report a Code Violation?
Report Code Violations, Short-Term Rentals, PRHIP, Garage Resale Program
STAY INFORMED: LATEST NEWS
Review Draft Race & Suburbanization Historic Context Statement
Review the draft Race and Suburbanization Historic Context Statement and provide feedback on these important documents through July 8, 2022.
Provide Input on the Draft Consolidated Plan
View the draft Consolidated Plan and join us for a community meeting and public hearing in June to learn more and provide input on where federal funding should be focused in your neighborhood.
Q1 Quarterly Reports Now Available!
Quarterly Reports for key service metrics are now available for Q1 2022! Each report features a detailed breakdown of bureau activities from permit applications processed to historic preservation cases completed.
CALENDAR: COMMUNITY EVENTS & MEETINGS
Long Beach, CA - The City of Long Beach is hosting a series of open house events and collecting survey responses to further engage the community as part of the Zone In: City Core effort, previously known as the Anaheim Corridor Zoning Implementation Plan (ACZIP). The planning initiative aims to update zoning regulations along the Anaheim Street and Pacific Coast Highway commercial corridors and adjacent neighborhoods.