Serving Southern California since 2003. CSLB #926743 A-HAZ
Environmental Site Assessments
Hazardous Materials Inspections
LA-RWQCB Public Records Request Information. Persons interested in inspecting or obtaining copies of public records should make a file review appointment in advance. An appointment can be made by e-mail, fax, phone or in person. Making an appointment will ensure that the file you requested is promptly available upon your arrival.
GeoTracker is the Water Boards' data management system for sites that impact, or have the potential to impact, water quality in California, with emphasis on groundwater. GeoTracker contains records for sites that require cleanup, such as Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) Sites, Department of Defense Sites, and Cleanup Program Sites. GeoTracker also contains records for permitted facilities such as Irrigated Lands, Oil and Gas production, operating Permitted USTs, and Land Disposal Sites. GeoTracker portals retrieve records and view integrated data sets from multiple State Water Board programs and other agencies. Users can view these data through a Google Maps GIS interface.
The following link is to the Well Measurement Data website which is intended to graphically depict and locate Ground Water Well Data in the County of Los Angeles. The groundwater well data herein is intended to provide the public with current and historical groundwater depths throughout Los Angeles County.
Online file review of industrial waste, hazardous materials, underground storage tank, and stormwater certificate programs.
Methane Mitigation Standards for LA County, Methane Mitigation searchable maps, city or unincorporated community searchable maps, solid waste site searchable maps, search for permitted solid waste haulers, and identifying locations where residents and businesses can take their trash.
This web site allows you to look up permits issued for construction in the unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County. Permits are provided as scanned PDF images of past paper permits and as records in our Development and Permit Tracking System database. To access the records, enter an address or an APN in the box at the top left. The system will look up the information associated with that parcel and present a series of tabs that will contain the permit data. Not all offices have had their permits scanned into the system and those that have been scanned, update their images approximately once a month. The offices that have been scanned are: San Gabriel Valley, La Puente, South Whittier, Carson, Lomita, Southwest, East Los Angeles, Calabasas and portions of Santa Clarita. Additional information may also be located on microfilm at the field office that services the property in question.
Traffic conditions from Blue Commute and Los Angeles County Department of Public Works.
Various maps and records provided by the LACDWP.