VENTURA, Calif. – The County of Ventura will host a public information day about the County permitting process on Thursday, May 19, 2016 at the Lockwood Valley Sheriff’s station. Representatives from Building and Safety, Planning, Environmental Health, Code Compliance, Public Works Grading and Integrated Waste Management will be there from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to answer questions from residents about the permitting process.
During this outreach event, County representatives will hand out the forms required for permitting and discuss the requirements for a wide variety of permitting needs.
“Our goal is to make the permitting process as transparent as possible,” said Supervising Building Inspector Matt Wyatt. “When people understand the process and have the forms and information they need to get their permits, projects move much more quickly.”
There will also be displays of rainwater collection and simple gray water systems and informative handouts will be available. The Division of Building and Safety will bring out their emergency response trailer and set up tables for the public to pick up forms and meet with the representatives. The Building and Safety Trailer will be located outside the Sheriff’s Station/Public Works yard on Chico Larson Road. Please contact Building and Safety Senior Inspector Matt Wyatt at email@example.com with any questions.
Lockwood Valley Sheriff’s Station
15021 Lockwood Valley Road, Frazier Park, CA 93225
From Frazier Park Interstate 5 area:
Frazier Mountain Park Road 11 miles
Left on Lockwood Valley Road 9.1 miles
Right on Chico Larson destination is on the right
From Highway 33:
Lockwood Valley Road to 17.7miles
Turn left on Chico Larsen Road
Destination is on the right