Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Question:
I'm looking for some general information about processing a lot line adjustment in the County of Los Angeles. I've been unable to reach anyone at the Regional Planning Department who can help me.
1) Who is the contact person at the County who shepherds a lot line application through the process?
2) At some point, or at several points, is Planning Department review a part of the process?
3) Must a recorded Record of Survey be attached to a lot line adjustment application (in addition to the worded legal description of the property to be adjusted), which shows where the existing property line is, and where the new line will be?
4) Is there a limit to the number of adjusted lots that can be referenced in one lot line adjustment application?
5) What is the estimated time it takes from filing a lot line adjustment application, through recording it with the Los Angeles County Recorder?

ANSWER:
If the property in question is located in the unincorporated area of the County of Los Angeles you may obtain zoning information by contacting the Department of Regional Planning counseling team at (213) 974-6438.

Although not required, you may wish to schedule a "One Stop" counseling appointment in order to obtain additional information from representatives of the Department of Public Works, the Fire Department and Regional Planning staff. You may schedule a "One Stop" appointment by calling (213) 974-6438. One Stop" meetings are held at the Department of Regional Planning, Hall of Records Room 1360, 320 West Temple Street, Los Angeles.



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