Building Department Response to COVID 19

CITYOPEN/CLOSEDPLAN CHECK PROCESSLINKSNOTES
City of Los AngelesOpen – Limited to 50 peoplehttps://www.lamayor.org/mayor-garcetti-issues-new-orders-help-protect-public-slow-spread-novel-coronaviruscheck website for updates
IrvineOpen – Business as usualhttps://www.cityofirvine.org/community-development/building-safetycheck website for updates
Anaheim HillsOpen – Business as usualhttps://www.anaheim.net/5454/Tracking-Coronavirus-Anaheim-Readycheck website for updates
Seal BeachOpen – Business as usualHaving a discussion to possibly have appointments for submittal.https://www.sealbeachca.gov/Departments/Community-Development/Building-SafetyCall office for updates. Or check website
Rancho Santa MargaritaOpen – Business as usualno words of shutting down.
City of Santa ClaraClosed Monday to public until further notice.Update 3/13/2020: The City has begun implementation of the County of Santa Clara’s new mandatory order which bans any gathering of more than 100 people. Also, the County order bans gatherings of 35 to 100 people unless five specific conditions are met. The order will take effect at 12 a.m. March 14 and will be in effect for at least three weeks.https://www.santaclaraca.gov/i-want-to/stay-informed/current-topics/coronavirus-updatesAppointment required to drop off or pick up plans