MEET THE INSPECTORS:
Permits allow the inspector to protect the public by reducing the potential hazards of unsafe construction and ensuring public health, safety, and welfare. By following code guidelines, the completed project will meet minimum standards of safety and will be less likely to cause injury to you, your family, your friends, or future owners.
On site inspections will be required to make certain the work conforms to the permit, local codes, and plans. You will have access to the expertise of the inspector to help you with questions or concerns regarding the project.
INSPECTION REQUEST: (626) 914-8222
Inspections requested before 5 pm, of a business day,
will be scheduled for the following business day.
Per the Glendora Municipal Code, Noise Regulations, Section 9.44.110 it is unlawful for any person within a residential zone, or within a radius of five hundred feet therefrom, to operate equipment or perform any outside construction or repair work on buildings, structures or projects or to operate any pile driver, power shovel, pneumatic hammer, derrick, power hoist or any other construction type device (between the hours of nine p.m. of one day and seven a.m. of the next day)* in such a manner that a reasonable person of normal sensitiveness residing in the area is caused discomfort or annoyance unless beforehand a permit therefor has been duly obtained from the city. No permit shall be required to perform emergency work as defined in Section 9.44.020(c). (Ord. 1173 § 1 (part), 1972)
*Plans with Zoning Review may have specific construction hours different than the Noise Regulations. Please check with the Planning Division (626) 914-8214) for these requirements.
News From California Contractors State License Board:
CONTRACTORS TO AVOID
In their ongoing effort to protect California consumers, the CSLB has identified the worst unlicensed violators who are known to prey on vulnerable and unsuspecting homeowners that are involved in new home or home improvement projects. Complaints against the following unlicensed individuals have been lodged with the CSLB, law enforcement agencies and District Attorneys around the state.