Los Angeles County Department of Regional Planning


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Nov 24, 2008
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Apr 11, 2017
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Getting Started

Z-NETA new mapping application has been added to help you ‘Find your zoning.’ This application enables users to find basic zoning and land use information about properties in UNINCORPORATED areas of Los Angeles County. The easy-to-use interface also provides aerial imagery, jurisdictional and property information. Click here or the button at right.

We have updated our web site to provide more functionality and more information. Specifically look at the Search when you are looking for having trouble locating something (top right corner of the site). Our main tabs on the top get you to key information quickly. There is also a sub-navigation on the right hand side to get you places as well. We are working to add more dynamic content like short videos and presentations, more pictures (examples of zoning violations), more process guides (flow charts and step by step instructions for certain forms or procedures)…ultimately, better and more precise content. Click on the main banner anywhere on the site to return to the Department Home Page.

We have an RSS Feed so you can sign up to find out what is changing on our site. And we’ll have more information coming soon.

Please .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) to give us feedback on this new and expanded web site.

We’ve expanded our FAQ section because the first question we ask all potential applicants, developers and the Public is, “Are you in unincorporated County territory?” If so, then you’re probably in the right place. If not, we probably will not have the information you are looking for.

City or Unincorporated Area?
Not sure if you live in a city or an unincorporated area? Even if your mailing address has a city, you may live outside its boundaries. By putting in a street address, you can find out what political districts represent that area and whether the area is unincorporated or in a city. Click here to check.

With that, here is some information that should help you get started if you are interested in zoning and/or land use information in UNINCORPORATED Los Angeles County.

Click on the County Jurisdiction FAQ to find answers to any of the following questions:

  • Is my property subject to County planning and zoning requirements?
  • What are the County unincorporated areas?
  • My property is located within the City of Los Angeles. What is the zoning?
  • My property is in the unincorporated County. What can I do with it?
  • What is an Assessor’s Parcel Number (APN)?

Hopefully we’ve made Getting Started and using our web site a little easier.

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Los Angeles, CA 90012
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