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After January 1, 2016, contact Mission Viejo Animal Services for questions regarding your pet and animal facility licenses at (949) 470-3045 or visit www.cityofmissionviejo.org/animalservices.
In order to obtain a Certificate of Use & Occupancy the following must be submitted between 1:00p.m. - 5:30p.m., Mon-Thurs and 1:00 - 5:00p.m, Fridays .(All monetary transactions must be complete 15 min. prior to closing): 1)A Completed Certificate of Use & Occupancy Application Packet 2)An 8 1/2" x 11" scaled & dimensioned floor plan(total square footage & proposed use) 3) Payment of $95.00 made out to "City of Laguna Hills" (cash, check, Visa or Mastercard)If the use & occupancy does not involve tenant improvements contact the Building Department to schedule an on-site inspection @ (949) 707-2660. All requests left before 4:00p.m. will be scheduled for the next business day. Once inspected and approved by the Orange county Fire Authority, an official Certificate of Use & Occupancy will be mailed to you and will remain on file with the City.
Other Resources:If your use & occupancy requires tenant improvements contact the Building Dept @ 707-2665 to obtain information about plan submittal requirements. Separate permits may be required for the installation of signs. Contact the Planning Dept @ 707-2672 for information regarding sign regulations.
The City of Laguna Hills is a General Law City that operates under the Council/Manager form of government. The voters elect five Laguna Hills residents to the City Council for overlapping four-year terms. The Council, in turn, selects one of its members to serve as Mayor for a one-year term. For the current City Council, please click here.
The address is 4601 Jamboree Road, Newport Beach, CA 92660
Please refer to the back of the citation. An explanation of the process to contest the citation is printed on the reverse side of the citation.
If you are indigent and unable to pay the parking violation penalty at the time the citation is issued or unable to pay the parking violation penalty following an administrative hearing, you may provide documentation to determine indigency and request a payment plan. To do so, you must submit a Request for Payment Plan for an indigency determination 60 calendar days from the issuance of a notice of parking violation, or 10 days after the administrative hearing determination, whichever is later. The Request for Payment Plan must include copies of the required documents listed below that demonstrate your inability to pay.
For purposes of this Policy, a person is “indigent” if any of the following conditions is met: