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Street Naming Committee

The Los Angeles County Street Naming Committee provides a deliberative body to recommend street name changes to the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors for streets in UNINCORPORATED Los Angeles County. The Committee recommends changes only in those cases in which it has determined that a change should be made.

The Los Angeles County Street Naming Committee consists of a chairman, from the Department of Regional Planning, a secretary from the Department of Regional Planning, a member from the Department of Public Works, and a member from the U.S. Postal Service.

Proposed changes should serve to eliminate ambiguities, duplications, or confusion of any kind, which may be addressed by changing a street name. In addition, all street name changes must be in compliance with the Street Name Policy Statement.

Private Street Name Change with Public Works:

Applications and Forms

File application

Recent Updates

Effective April 2023

New and updated applications and forms were added.

DRP - Base Application – Referrals & Letters

For businesses that need a license to open or continue operations

For certain auto-related businesses

For confirmation that an existing structure can be rebuilt if damaged or destroyed

For registering yard sales on non-designated weekends

For information verifying land use and zoning of a property

DRP - Base Application – Permits and Reviews

For the review of airport land use policies and airport operations in public use airports in Los Angeles County. Visit Airport Land Use Planning for more information

For converting a Certificate of Exception to a Certificate of Compliance. CofEs were issued to projects that legally created up to 4 parcels created between 1967 and 1972

For residential projects that request waiving or modifying requirements that are reasonable and necessary for a person with a disability

For minor changes or updates to approved Conditional Use Permit site plans

For temporary living in a Recreational Vehicle. Visit Public Health RV Drinking Water and Wastewater for more information

For modify zoning standards. See “Parking Permit” and “Minor Parking Deviation” for modifying parking requirements. See “Yard Modification” for modifying yard requirements

DRP – Base Application – Subdivisions

For pre-application counseling on  subdivisions. Counseling may be with LA County Planning and other County departments. Visit Planning Permits for more information

Additional Information and Forms

For appealing a decision to the Regional Planning Commission

For review of development in the Santa Monica Mountains Coastal Zone by the Environmental Review Board advisory committee. Visit Public Hearings and Meetings for more information

For mixed use developments of residential and commercial uses, and developments with units where people can live and work

Technical Advisory Committee

The Chiquita Canyon Landfill Technical Advisory Committee consists of County Planning, Department of Public Health, Department of Public Works, and the Forester.  The TAC was established for the purpose of reviewing, coordinating, and certifying the satisfactory implementation and/or completion of the plans, permits, and/or agreements required and/or authorized by the CUP, including the implementation and/or completion of the Conditions of Approval, this IMP, and the MMRP.



Archive (2018-2022)

Community Advisory Committee

The Chiquita Canyon Landfill Community Advisory Committee (CAC) was established in accordance with Conditional Use Permit No. 2004-00042, which was approved by the County of Los Angeles Board of Supervisors (Board) on July 25, 2017. The CAC serves as an advisory body to the Board, Regional Planning Commission (RPC), and County Staff on issues relating to the landfill, and as a conduit for the community to communicate with the Commission and other regulatory agencies on an ongoing basis regarding issues involving the development and operation of CCL.



Archive (Prior to May 2023)


Chiquita Canyon Landfill

Welcome to County Planning’s website for Chiquita Canyon Landfill (CCL). Here you will find information and related documents for the Community Advisory Committee (CAC) and the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC).

CCL is located in the unincorporated community of Castaic in Los Angeles County. The landfill operates under a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) and a Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program (MMRP) from the county, as well as other state and local entitlements. County Planning responsibilities include overseeing compliance with the terms of the CUP and MMRP by conducting inspections; responding to complaints; participating in technical and community advisory committee meetings; and coordinating closely with other County departments.


LA County Planning
Zoning Enforcement Special Projects
Ai-Viet Huynh
(213) 974-6483

For more information, including odor mitigation, please visit: https://chiquitacanyon.com
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