The following must be submitted at the time of filing:
- A completed building permit application for plan review.
- Plan review fees. Plan review time may vary due to the complexity of the project and/or the volume of projects submitted previously.
- *R-3 Residential/Commercial/R-1, R-2, R-3.1, R-4 Residential:
- Three (3) complete sets of drawings along with (2) complete sets of the following (if applicable)
*All drawings, structural, and energy calculations are to be wet stamped and signed by the
responsible discipline or record, architect and/or engineer. In addition, each drawing must be
drawn to scale and contain the owner's name, address and phone number.
PERMIT APPLICATION FORM
NEW CODE ADOPTIONS - Glendora has adopted the 2010 California Building Code (based on the 2009 International Building Code), the 2010 California Green Building Standards Code and the 2010 California Residential Code.
What Kind of Plans Must Be Submitted?
ATTENTION: BUILDING PERMIT APPLICANTS
State law now requires the applicant to submit a separate scale copy of the floor plans and exterior dimensions of the building designated for the county tax assessor. This copy should be in sufficient detail to allow the assessor to determine the square footage of the building and the intended use of each room.
As provided in California Revenue and Taxation Code Section 408, plans submitted to the assessor are not public documents and shall not be open to public inspection.
For further information regarding the legal basis for this request, please reference California Revenue and Taxation Code Section 72.
If you have any qestions, please contact the Assessor's Office at BuildingPlan@assessor.lacounty.gov.
The California Green Building Standards Code
is effective January 1, 2011
The 2010 California Green Building Standards Codes is a code with mandatory requirements for new residential and nonresidential buildings (including buildings for retail, office, public schools and hospitals) throughout California beginning on January 1, 2011.
The code is Part 11 of the California Building Standards Code of Regulations and is also known as the CALGreen Code.
In short, the code is established to reduce construction waste, make buildings more efficient in the use of materials and energy, and refuce environmental impact during and after construction.
If you have any questions about the new upcoming code, please give us a call at 626-914-8222.