Building Division

Effective Wednesday, July 15, 2020 at 4:00 p.m., the West Wing will be closed to the public due to building rehabilitation. During construction, the Building Division will be available online or in-person by appointment only at our temporary location:

Azusa Light & Water
729 N. Azusa Ave., Suite 2B
Business Hours Monday – Thursday 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

To schedule an appointment, please call the Building Division at (626) 812-5234

 BUILDING
We continue to offer essential services, however some offerings may be limited in order to maintain the safety of the public and staff. To reach us by phone please call (626) 812-5200 and ask for the Building Division. We thank you for your patience and staff has developed temporary protocols and procedures in response to COVID-19. These will allow us to continue to offer services to the community. Please click on a link below for additional information.

Building Division Temporary Protocols
Inspection Services and Requests
Permit Issuance

For additional information on COVID-19 and how the City is responding, please visit the City's CoronaVirus COVID-19 page.

Services 
The Building and Safety Section is a part of the Economic and Community Development Department.

The Building Section:
  • Regulates construction and occupancy of all residential, commercial, and industrial buildings in order to ensure structural, life, fire, and health safety
  • Checks all proposed construction projects, including additions and alterations to existing buildings
  • Inspects all new construction, additions, structural alterations, and demolitions
  • Provides the general public with basic construction information and calculation of fees
  • Issues building, plumbing, electrical, mechanical, and demolition permits

Presale Inspections

Contact Community Improvement at (626) 812-5265 for information on Presale Inspections.



Mission Statement
The City of Azusa Building Section is committed to providing the citizens of Azusa with efficient and courteous services, with the goal of improving the quality of life through the enforcement of state and local building codes.