Development and Use Permits
Fees and application types with associated submittal requirements.
The Development Application covers all permits that require City Council approval. Permits pertaining to land development or entitlement, new or significant construction, conditional or special uses, and land divisions all use the development application.
construction and demolition
Any demolition of existing structures or portions there of, and new development that may generate solid waste is required to fill out Construction and Demolition Form 1 prior to commencing the project, and Form 2 within 45 days of project completion.
Construction and Demolition Form 1
Construction and Demolition Form 2
Sign Permit Application
Required for new signs conforming to the City's adopted Sign Ordinance.
For signs which do not conform to Section 9.18 - Signs or the City's Municipal Code, or for the establishment or modification to a sign program, use the Development Application above and check "Sign Modification Permit."
Fence Permit Application
Required for all new fences and walls over 42 inches in height.
Temporary Use Permit Application
A Temporary Use is required for any short term use or event, such as street fairs, and requires a Hold Harmless form as part of its submittal process. Temporary Use Permits are for events occurring on private property.
Special event permits
A Special Event Permit is required for events occurring on publicly owned property, such as City streets, sidewalks, City parks, or the Westlake Village Civic Center. In addition to events occurring at City parks or the Civic Center, the Special Event Permit also applies to organized runs and walks, organized bike rides or bike races, and parades, which previously required a run/bike/parade permit. Please be advised that some Special Events will also require a Temporary Use Permit if the event has an additional component on private property within the City.
Oak Tree Permit
An Oak Tree Permit is required for any modification to, or proposed removal of a protected oak tree, beyond routine maintenance for the health of the tree. Oak Tree Permits are heard by the City Council in a public hearing and require an application, an Oak Tree Permit Questionnaire, and an Oak Tree Report from a certified arborist or landscape architect.
Landlord-Tenant Zoning Acknowledgement Form
An optional form, with no fee and generally over the counter approval, which allows tenants to determine whether their business is allowed in a particular location and protects landlords from penalty in the event of tenant uses which are not permitted by the City.
For more information regarding this form please visit the "How to start a business in Westlake Village" page, or contact the Planing Department