How can i find out where my property line is located?

If you are not sure where your property line is, or if you and your neighbor

are in disagreement about the location of a common property line, you

may need to hire a land surveyor. It is unlawful for anyone to do land

surveying or offer to do land surveying unless he or she is currently

licensed as a land surveyor in the State of California. The City of Rancho

Palos Verdes does not offer land surveying services to the public. If you’d

like to see an approximate property line location you can speak with

Planning to view the property with the GIS Maps. Property line disputes

can NOT be determined per the GIS maps, only by the determination of a

licensed Land Surveyor. The State of California Board for Professional

Engineers and Land Surveyors also maintains a helpful website should

you find you need a surveyor.

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1. Why do I need a building permit?
2. When are permits needed?
3. Can I apply for a permit online?
4. Can plan check be done over the counter?
5. What type of building inspections are required?
6. How can I check my permit Inspection results?
7. Emergency repairs without a permit?
8. Work exempt from permit's?
9. How do I contact a Building Inspector?
10. How do I schedule inspections?
11. Do you have plans of my home?
12. Does my contractor need a license?
13. Do all building permits need inspections?
14. Can I view the permit history of a property online?
15. What If I begin work without a permit?
16. Who owns a permit?
17. Do all permits need a "Final" inspection?
18. Who do I contact about plan check review comments?
19. How long does a plan check take?
20. What do you do if you need to Abandon a Septic Tank?
21. Does my retaining wall need a permit?
22. Do you have Geology/ Tract Files? Can they be emailed?
23. How much will my building permit cost?
24. Do field changes (modifications to approved plans) need to be approved?
25. Do I need to hire someone to draw my plans for me?
26. Can I live in my garage?
27. Can I perform work as owner/builder on my commercial property?
28. How do I check on the plan review status of my permit?
29. Can I do the work myself or do I have to hire a contractor?
30. Can the homeowner do the construction work?
31. Why are all contractors (the electrician, the plumber, the general contractor, etc.) required to be licensed in the City?
32. What is the maximum window U-factor and SHGC (solar heat gain coefficient)?
33. Do I need a permit to replace my driveway or sidewalk or to add Hardscaping?
34. What are setbacks for a property?
35. Why am I being subjected to enforcement when my neighbors are doing the same thing?
36. How do I make a Code Enforcement complaint?
37. How can i find out where my property line is located?
38. How do I legalize an addition or dwelling unit built without permits?
39. How do I get a permit to have a dumpster on the street for my construction debris?
40. What do I do if my permit expires?
41. How do I expedite a plan check?
42. How can I get a Certificate of Occupancy (C of O)?
43. When may I start building?
44. Do I need a permit for a storage shed, playhouse, etc.?