During The Period Of Emergency Orders, Please Contact Staff For Services As Follows:
Jaclyn Rackerby, Assistant Planner
City of Calabasas
Community Development Department
Do Business with Us Remotely
To help limit the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), the City of Calabasas Community Development Department has closed to the public, but we’re still “virtually open” for business. The City of Calabasas Community Development Department is allowed to operate as it is considered an Essential Infrastructure per the County and City Safer at Home Orders. Things might take a little longer, but your projects are important to us and we remain committed to a standard of excellence in customer service. Visit City of Calabasas Community Development Department to learn how you can obtain a permit, plan review, and inspection services within the limitations under the mandatory County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health Order of the Health Officer:
SAFER AT HOME ORDER FOR CONTROL OF COVID-19
Temporary Prohibition of All Events and Gatherings
Closure of Non-Essential Businesses and Areas
Revised Order Issued: March 21, 2020
Please click here to view the Order
Also, under the City of Calabasas’ Executive Order No. 2020-04, prohibiting all gatherings except for essential business and services as defined by the County’s Safer at Home Order.
What development activity is allowed under the County and City Orders?
The City of Calabasas Community Development Department is allowed to operate as it is considered an Essential Infrastructure and Government Service per the County and City Orders. “Essential Infrastructure” includes, but is not limited to, public health, public works construction, construction of commercial, office and institutional buildings, construction of housing, business infrastructure, and telecommunication systems, provided that persons carrying out those activities do so in compliance with social distancing requirements, to the extent practicable.
Considered an Essential Business and an Essential Infrastructure Service under the County and City Orders. Construction workers who support the construction, operation, inspection, and maintenance of construction sites and construction projects (including housing construction) may continue to complete their jobs, provided they comply with social distancing requirements to the extent practicable.