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Per Calendar Year Charges - 1st False Alarm, No Charge - 2nd False Alarm, No Charge - 3rd False Alarm, $50 - 4th False Alarm, $75 - 5th and Everyone After, $100 each
The program is meant to give ample chances to Inglewood Alarm Owners to fix any problems with their alarm system. The people most effected by this program are repeat offenders that refuse to fix their alarm system and continually waste Police time that could be better utilized to focus on other, more urgent calls.
The phone number to adopt a pet or for general inquiries is 310-523-9566.
To become a volunteer at the center, call 310-523-9566.
The Vector Control District, West Region office can be reached at 310-915-7370.
For 24-Hour Service, call 800-655-4555.
Visit the Southern California Edison website.
Hours: Monday - Friday: 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. (English) and 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Multilingual).
Visit the Southern California Gas Company website.
Topics to ask the Building Division: - What you need to know about Plan Checking. - Commercial plan check submittal requirements. - What you need to know about Tenant Improvements. - Tenant improvement plan check submittal requirements. - Residential plan check submittal requirements. - What you need to know about doing room additions. - Room addition plan check submittal requirements .
Actual budget preparation responsibility can be identified more specifically:
- The Department (Agency) Head and the Division (Organization) Manager are responsible for reviewing modifying and assembling their cost center (organization) data into an agency request package. Agency heads should critically evaluate all requests, prioritize, and submit only those request which clearly identify Council policies, administrative direction and agency objectives. - The Sr. Accountant & Administrative Assistant within the Administration Department are responsible for (a) assisting operating agencies; (b) reviewing agency budgets with individuals agency heads or staff if necessary; (c) analyzing, summarizing, and verifying all budget request packages; and (d) coordinating revenue forecasts for presentation to the Assistant City Administrator. - The Budget Officer has oversight responsibility for the entire budget process. Reviews all analytical data, fund balances, and revenue forecasts and presents the City's fiscal outlook to the Assistant City Administrator. - The Assistant City Administrator is responsible for reviewing agency requests and making recommendations for changes in program/service levels to the City Administrator. - The City Administrator is responsible for reviewing agency requests and evaluating recommendations made by the Assistant City Administrator to formulate a Citywide tentative budget for submission to the Mayor & City Council. - The Mayor & City Council is responsible for the review of the City Administrator’s tentative budget and approval of a final budget.
Meter hours are Monday through Thursday’s 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Friday from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday’s 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday’s all meters are free.
You can pay in person at the Inglewood Cashiers Office located at: Cashiers Office City Hall 1 Manchester Boulevard Inglewood, CA 90301 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. By mail at:
Parking Enforcement CenterPO Box 4367 Inglewood, CA 90309-4367
As an added convenience to Inglewood residents, effective June 15, 1999, the City Council designated the third weekend of August as an annual citywide garage and yard sale weekend. Hours of operation, advertising and parking regulations will remain in effect. Residents conducting a garage sale on this weekend will not have the sale on this weekend counted as one of their two allowable permitted sales annually.
Realtors may display flags on a property offered for sale, but only when an open house is being conducted. Such flags may not be placed along the street or the properties.
For additional information, please call the Property Maintenance Section at 310-412-5590. (Ordinance 2459 12-13-83; Ordinance 95-26 11-7-95). For additional information please refer to IMC Sections 12-74 (f, g, k) and Section 12-75 (a, f, g, h, i)
Warning: Items that could be dangerous when compacted, such as TV or radio tubes and loose glass, should be set to the side of your refuse container for special handling.
Collections scheduled for these holidays will be made on the day following each holiday. On other holidays, refuse will be collected as scheduled. For more information, please call Republic customer service at 800-299-4898.
A blue 96-gallon cart for recyclables. Recyclable include the following items. - Aluminum Cans - Corrugated Cardboard and Boxes - Detergent Containers - Junk Mail - Magazines/Catalogs - Mixed Papers - Newspapers - Phone Books - Plastic Containers - Steel/Tin Cans
A black 96-gallon cart for trash. Trash includes household waste that cannot be recycled.
Fax requests to 310-330-5780.
Ask yourself the following questions when housing discrimination is suspected. - Have you received an eviction notice? - Have you had trouble getting repairs completed? - Have you experienced discrimination in housing because of your race, ethnic origin, marital status, sex, religion, arbitrary reason (i.e. sexual orientation, source of income)? - Have disputes between tenants and landlords escalated to the point where mediation is needed? - Have you moved recently but haven't received your security deposit? - Do you need information about your rights and responsibilities?
Southern California Housing Rights Center investigates cases of alleged housing discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, marital status, national origin, physical or mental disability, familial status, age, and sexual preference. For questions or other assistance please contact the Southern California Housing Rights Center hotline at 310-474-1667. Assistance is available in Spanish, Mandarin, English, Armenian, Portuguese and Russian.
Such "public service" funded programs include: - Family Violence/Crime Intervention and Prevention Services - Job Training, Homeless Services - Juvenile Diversion/Youth Services - Persons With Hiv/Aids Services - Senior Citizen Services - Transitional Living Services
(Note: This list is not inclusive of all types of services that may be eligible under the CDBG Program.)
For further information on non-profit grant resources please contact the Center for Nonprofit Management, located at:Center for Nonprofit Management606 S Olive Street Suite 2450Los Angeles, CA 90014213-623-7080.
In addition, the Santa Monica Public Library has the ‘FC Search Database- Cooperating Collections’, which is a core collection of Foundation Center publications and a variety of supplementary materials and services in areas useful to grant seekers.
Visit the Center for Nonprofit Management website.
Residents who have items such as paint can take them to a Household Hazardous Waste Round-ups.
These events are usually held each weekend within the County of Los Angeles. Paints, pesticides, car batteries, pool chemicals and motor oils, as well as old electronics, such as computers, may be properly disposed of at these Round-ups. For more information about Round-ups call 888-CLEAN–LA (888-259-8652).
You may contact the Department of Recreation, Parks and Community Services at 310-412-8750 to request the removal of a parkway tree.
Instead of renting, the participants will use their voucher subsidy to meet monthly homeowner expenses with an eventual goal of ownership of the property. (The program does not supply down payment assistance). Eligible applicants must meet all of the eligibility and participation requirements as set forth by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the Inglewood Housing Authority (IHA). Program participation is strictly voluntary.
Note: Senior citizens and disabled persons are exempt from the income and employment requirements.
There is no waitlist for the Homeownership Program and we are currently not accepting applications. Should you need further assistance please call Inglewood Housing Authority (IHA) at 310 412-5221.
The IHA determines a “payment standard” that is the amount generally needed to rent a dwelling unit in the local housing market. This payment standard is used to determine the amount of housing assistance the family will receive. A family may select a unit with a rent above or below the payment standard. The family must pay 30% of its monthly adjusted household income for rent and utilities. If the unit rent is greater than the payment standard, the family must pay the additional amount.
By law, when ever a family moves to a new unit where the rent exceeds the payment standard, the family may not pay more than 40% of its adjusted monthly income for rent.
Ordinance No. 20-03 went into effect on December 5, 2019.
For properties whose rent increases are governed by City Ordinance No. 20-03, the current rent cap is 3% or CPI (Consumer Price Index) whichever is greater. Pursuant to the Ordinance, the CPI timeframe, as published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, is September to September (Los Angeles Area). The rent cap as of May 2020 is 3.0% for properties whose rent increases are governed by the City.
In October 2020, if the City determines the rent is less than 80% of Fair Market Rental Values (FMRV), as determined by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), an owner will have the option to do a subsequent rent increase up to the maximum 5% allowed.
Example: In February 1, 2020, an owner increases rent by 3%. In October 2020, the City determines the rent amount is less than 80% of FMRV, therefore, the owner is allowed to do a subsequent 2% increase. After the 2% increase, if the rent is still less than 80% of FMV, in February 2021, the owner will be allowed to do an additional 5%.
For properties governed by State Law AB1482, the rent cap is 5% plus CPI, not to exceed 10%. The CPI timeframe, as published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, is April to April. The Current CPI for April 2020, is .7%. The rent cap as of May 2020 is 5.7% for properties whose rent increases are governed by the State.
The City’s 3% or CPI cap will be effective until December 31, 2024. On January 1, 2025, the City’s Rental Housing Protection law will change to align with the State of California (5% plus CPI, not to exceed 10%).
The State of California’s tenant protection law will be effective for 10 years (2030).
There are two rental laws that govern the City of Inglewood’s residential rental properties. City Ordinance No. 20-03, and State Law AB1482. To determine which law governs your residential property type, see the table below:
TYPE OF PROPERTY
CITY - ORD NO. 20-03
STATE - AB 1482
Single Family Home/Condo
Owner Occupied Duplex (2 rental units on 1 parcel)
Non-Owner Occupied Duplex (2 rental units on 1 parcel)
5% plus CPI, not to exceed 10%
Triplex (3 rental units on 1 parcel)
Fourplex (4 rental units on 1 parcel)
5 or more Units with a Certificate of Occupancy Issued before February 1, 1995
3% or CPI whichever is greater
5 or more Units with a Certificate of Occupancy Issued between 2/1/95 and 12/31/2004
Residential Construction within the Past 15 Years
** Please note, all residences with the zip code 90304 are located in the unincorporated territory of Lennox, CA and are governed by L.A. County’s tenant protections. For more information about L.A. County’s new tenant protections, or if you have questions regarding a landlord’s rights and responsibilities, contact DCBA’s Rent Stabilization program:
• Phone: (833) 223-RENT (7368)• Email: email@example.com• Website: rent.lacounty.gov
All rental properties in the City of Inglewood are governed by Ordinance No. 20-03, as the Just Cause Eviction clause is the same as State Law AB 1482 with the exception of relocation assistance (See Ordinance No. 20-03 – Section 8-123). To determine if your rental property is affected by the parameters set forth in the Just Cause Eviction Clause, see table below:
Owner-Occupied Single Family Home/Condo
EXEMPT - Provided that the owner is not a Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT), Corporation, or LLC in which at least one member is a corporation; and the tenants have been provided with the proper notification that the property is exempt.
Just Cause Evictions
**The property is EXEMPT from the Just Cause Eviction clause in the event the residential real property is alienable separate from the title to any other dwelling unit and the owner is not a Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT), Corporation, or LLC in which at least one member is a corporation; and the tenants have been provided with the proper notification.
Just Cause Evictions
Properties that are exempt from the law are required to provide renters with written notification stating: “This property is not subject to the rent limits imposed by Section 1947.12 of the California Civil Code and is not subject to the just-cause requirements of Section 1946.2 of the California Civil Code. This property meets the requirements of Sections 1947.12 (d)(5) and 1946.2 (e)(8) of the California Civil Code and the owner is not any of the following: (1) a Real Estate Investment Trust, as defined by Section 856 of the Internal Revenue Code; (2) a Corporation; or (3) a Limited Liability Company in which at least one member is a corporation.”
A Just Cause Eviction is a Tenant Protection afforded after 12 months of tenancy. Owners and landlords must comply with the Just Cause parameters outlined in Ordinance No. 20-03 (Sections 8-120 and 8-121). There are two types of Just Cause Evictions: “At Fault” and “No Fault.” In the event of a no-fault eviction, relocation assistance is due to the tenant (See Ordinance No. 20-03 – Section 8-123).
A Short-Term Rental is a rental of a legally permitted dwelling for periods of 30 consecutive days or less, counting portions of the calendar as full days. The rental can be the entire home or limited to one or more rooms.
Regulating Short Term Rental properties is critical for public health and safety.
Pursuant to Inglewood Municipal Code Section 8 -137:
Inglewood residential property owners, who also reside in the city of Inglewood, can operate a Short Term Rental in the city as long as all eligibility requirements (including property type) are met.
No. Properties must be owned by a natural person and not by a company (i.e., LLC, LLP, Inc., Assoc., Corp., Co., Ltd., etc.)
Yes. The property owner is required to obtain a valid Residential Rental Business Tax Certificate, and a City issued STR Permit prior to advertising and operating the STR.
Hosted STR Permit Application - $500.00*
UnHosted STR Permit Application - $600.00*
Vacation STR Permit Application - $600.00*
* STR permits will be valid until the end of the calendar year (December 31st). For the initial year, 2022, the permit application will be prorated to $167 (Hosted), $200 (Unhosted), $200 (Vacation), and $367 (Hosted and Unhosted). All hosts must renew their permit no later than January 31, 2023
Beginning September 6, 2022, applications will be available online to download, and in the Finance Department, located at One Manchester Blvd., 1st Floor, Inglewood, CA 90301.
No. It is a violation to use the curtilage of a Dwelling, or any part of the residence, or property that is leased or rented to hold parties or gatherings of the type that hotel ballrooms or other event spaces are typically rented.
Yes. On July 19, 2022, the Inglewood City Council adopted Ordinance No. 22-15, regulating the operations of STRs in the city.
Yes. You have 15 calendar days after the date of notice to appeal with the Permits & Licensing Committee.
Stop operation of the STR, and pay the Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) starting from January 1, 2022 to the current date. Operating an STR without a valid permit is a violation of the City of Inglewood Municipal Code that may result in fines up to $5000. Failure to comply with the City's STR regulations may prohibit an owner from obtaining a permit in the future.
No. Permits are non-transferable.
Pursuant to Ordinance No. 22-15, staff has up to 60 days to process an STR application.
An STR permit expires at the end of each calendar year (December 31)
The eligible property types are properties containing one (1) to four (4) units on a parcel that are owned by a natural person and is the owner’s primary residence.
The Vacation Rental must be within 1,000 feet of the property line of the owner’s Primary Residence.
Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) are prohibited from operating as an STR to align the City’s policies with the intent of the State Government by encouraging the development and permitting of ADUs to address the housing stock shortage. ADUs will remain a means to maintain an option for affordable housing stock.
STR inspections are conducted biannually (twice a year).
No. Renters are not allowed to operate an STR.
No. You may only have one booking at a time.
Yes. The owner is required to have a minimum of $500,000.
Yes, the requirements are as follows:
Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Money Orders, and Cashier’s Checks.
The host can obtain 1 (one) Parking Permit by contacting the Parking Enforcement Department at 310-412-5398.
The 24-hour STR Compliance Hot Line is 310-861-2068. This number should be used to report non-emergency nuisance problems related to STRs, such as noise, parking, and trash-related issues. Unpermitted STR rentals can also be reported by using the STR compliance Hot Line. Reporting can be done anonymously.
The Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT), commonly known as a “hotel tax” or “bed tax”, is charged to transient guests in hotels/motels, including properties rented through home-sharing services like Airbnb.
For the purposes of Short Term Rentals, a transient is any person who resides in a short-term rental for thirty calendar days or less.
The City Council is only requiring that TOT be remitted for all rental activity of 30 days or less operating from January 1, 2022 to the current date.
To timely file the TOT Report, payment(s) must be received by the City or postmarked before the last day of the month following the previous month’s activity.
Host will be able to access their gross TOT earnings through the Hosting Platforms. Upon making or submitting a payment, a copy of the Earnings Statement will be required.
Transient Occupancy Taxes (TOT) shall be paid by all Short Term Rental operators. If a Short Term Rental Host Platform does not receive payment for the rental, Short Term Rental Hosts are solely responsible for collecting all applicable TOT and remittance of the collected tax to the City. If a Short Term Rental Host Platform does collect payment for rentals, then it and the Short Term Rental operator shall have legal responsibility for the TOT’s collection and remittance.
Ordinance No. 22-15 was adopted by the Inglewood City Council on July 19, 2022. A copy of the report and the Ordinance is available online at:
If you rented your property in the City of Inglewood to a guest(s) who stayed 30 days or less, you are liable for past taxes. Not being aware of the TOT requirements does not relieve the Host/Owner of the obligation to collect and remit TOT. Complete and submit the TOT Assessment Form along with the Statement of Earnings (https://www.cityofinglewood.org/1638/Short-Term-Rentals) with the associated payment to the City of Inglewood Finance Department, located at One West Manchester Blvd., 1st Floor, Inglewood, CA 90301. You may also contact the Housing Protection Short Term Rental Program to enter into a payment plan agreement.
Cross streets: La Brea and Manchester.
The Personnel Department is open Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and closed alternating Fridays.
We have small collections of resources in Vietnamese, French, German, and Italian. Ask about them at the reference or information desk.
Collection - Materials in the Inglewood Public Library are divided into two levels (adult and juvenile) and two types (fiction and subject [what other libraries call nonfiction]). This designation tells a borrower where to look for materials.
Call Number - The item's address in the library. Inglewood Public Library uses the Library of Congress classification system for subject materials. Fiction is arranged by author's last name. Books designated as mysteries, westerns, science fiction, romance, or short stories are on the shelves labeled for those fiction genres, alphabetically by authors' last names.
Checked Out - Another person has borrowed the book
Missing - The item has been reported lost
Unavailable - The item was checked out and never returned.
The following are fines that may be applied to late items. - Adult Books and Sound Recordings: $0.20 a Day - Children's Cooks: $0.10 a Day - Video Recordings: $2 a Day
The library employs a collection agency for severely delinquent accounts. Call Registration at 310-412-5620. They can assist you.
Large trash containers and construction bins that will be placed in the street must be properly permitted. An Encroachment Permit must be obtained from the Public Works Department office located at: Public Works Department City Hall 1 Manchester Boulevard 3rd Floor Inglewood, CA 90301
The fee is $212 per week. For encroachment at meters, the fee is $7 per meter per day in addition to the weekly encroachment fee. Large trash containers must be obtained from Waste Management, 310-677-6500. They are the only authorized solid waste hauler in the City of Inglewood.
The purpose of the permit is to enable the City to monitor work and activities performed within the public right-of-way. Issuing permits assures that plans comply with the Public Works Standard Specifications. A copy of Contractor’s License and proof of liability insurance is required before permit is issued.
View the Construction Permit Application Form (PDF).
View the Excavation Permit Application Form (PDF)
Anyone who is directly involved or witnesses an incident from which a complaint arises. In the case of juveniles, it is desirable, but not necessary, that the parents be present and/or notified.
A complaint may be filed by personally contacting the Police Department at 310-412-5211 and furnishing complete details of the incident, as well as the names of all witnesses or parties involved. The complainant will be requested to write a statement in his/her own handwriting and sign the statement. You will be provided with a copy of your statements for your own record.
While personal contact is desirable, initial complaints may be made by telephone or letter. The complainant is encouraged to make a written statement and remain available to the investigator for a personal interview.
Cualquier persona que participe directamente o testigos de un incidente del que surge una reclamación. En el caso de los menores de edad, es deseable, pero no necesario, que los padres estén presents y/o notificados.
Una queja puede ser presentada personalmente en contacto con el Departamento de Policía y del mobiliario más detalles del incidente, así como los nombres de todos los testigos o las partes interesadas. El denunciante se le pedirá que escriba una declaración en su puño y letra y firmar la declaración. Se le proporcionará una copia de sus estados de cuenta de su propio registro.
Mientras que el contacto personal es deseable, las quejas iniciales pueden hacerse por teléfono o carta. Se alienta al denunciante a hacer una declaracion escrita y permanecer disponible para una entrevista personal con el investigador.
In most situations, an accident is just that, an accident and police involvement is not needed. Simply exchange information and file a claim with your respective insurance companies. There are some exceptions however. 1) If either party is injured. 2) If either party fled the scene before giving information (you may also file an online report by CLICKING HERE if the accident was minor, however the other party fled the scene. 3) If there is significant damage to either vehicle and that vehicle is unable to be driven 4) If either party is not cooperating or you fear for your safety. **Remember if at any time there is a medical or physical emergency dial 9-11 immediately.**
In most cases, this is enough for your insurance company. As long as there were no injuries and both parties were insured and remained at the scene, police involvement is not needed.
Vehicles impounded per section 14602.6 of the California Vehicle Code, also referred to as the 30 day impound section, authorizes an officer to impound a vehicle for 30 days when its determined that the driver was operating a vehicle while their driving privilege was suspended or revoked, or without ever having been issued a license. The registered owner of a vehicle impounded under this section may request a post-storage hearing to determine the validity of the impound or to consider mitigating circumstances.
California Vehicle Code Section 22852 states "Whenever an authorized member of a public agency directs the storage of a vehicle, as permitted by this chapter, or upon the storage of a vehicle as permitted under this section (except as provided in subdivision (f) or (g)), the agency or person directing the storage shall provide the vehicle’s registered and legal owners of record, or their agents, with the opportunity for a post storage hearing to determine the validity of the storage."
If you are the vehicle's registered owner or legal owner of record, and would like to schedule a post storage hearing, please call the Inglewood Police Department Traffic Division at 310-412-5207.
Post-Storage hearings are conducted in-person or by phone, excluding weekends and holidays.
Failure to request or attend a scheduled hearing satisfies the post-storage hearing requirement.
Releases will be available at the Inglewood Police Department Records Division, Monday – Friday 9 a.m to 6 p.m. Saturday’s from 9 am. – till 12 noon. All towing companies close at 5 pm every day. Anyone requesting a hearing must have proof of insurance, registration and a valid driver’s license.
If your vehicle was impounded with "Bryant's Inglewood Service" please click : Bryant's Towing Service Español
If your vehicle was impounded with "B&H Towing Service" please click: B&H Towing Service Español
Please allow (10) business days for your report to be uploaded to the system. You may visit LexisNexis to obtain a copy of your accident report. If you have any questions regarding your accident report, you may contact Investigator R. Green for more information.
If you would like to file a "non-emergency" report for your insurance company, or you would like to report a "hit-and-run" accident with no injuries that does not require police to respond as well, we have an easy to complete form that you may submit online. Please follow this link to file a report online: Here
If you have any questions, please feel free to call our Inglewood Police Investigator at: 310-412-5134
Please note: FEMA produces maps, called Flood Insurance Rate Maps, depicting flood hazards across the United States. The maps show “special flood hazard areas” for those areas that are affected by a flood having a one-percent chance of occurrence in a given year. The special flood hazard areas are shown on the Flood Insurance Rate Maps with flood zone designations that begin with the letter A or V. By law, Federally regulated lending institutions must require the purchase of flood insurance for mortgages on buildings shown in the special flood hazard areas on these maps.
Outside of the special flood hazard areas, flood zone designations B, C, and X identify areas of moderate or minimal hazard from the principal source of flooding. In these zones flood insurance is available but lenders are not obligated by federal law to require it. However, buildings in Zones B, C and X could be flooded by severe rainfall coupled with inadequate local drainage systems. Therefore, flood insurance is highly recommended for buildings in these zones. It is your lender, not the community officials, who must make the final determination if flood insurance will be required.
Visit the FEMA website.
View the Sewer Maintenance Policy (PDF).
Meter parking is also available at the Library parking lot.
Permit Parking Districts are parking zones or Districts in residential or business areas that specifically limit on-street parking to area residents with a valid permit. Permit Parking Districts have been activated for all 11 neighborhoods that alignment with the four City Council Districts. Permit Parking Districts 3C thru 11 will be activated as part of the new Citywide Permit parking Program. Permit Parking Districts 1, 2, 3A and 3B will have pre-approved parking restrictions; however, these restrictions will not be activated and will remain inactive until it is determined that full time restriction are necessary. To activate parking restrictions in Permit Parking Districts 1, 2, 3A and 3B residents must submit a petition to the public work department. Permits may potentially reduce the need for residents to compete for on-street parking but having a permit does not guarantee a parking spot.
Permit Parking Districts were established by a City Council ordinance. It was adopted as a result of input from community process, studies and public hearings held before d the City Council.
Parking regulations for the Permit Parking Districts are uniformly applied Citywide and implemented on a full-time basis, Monday through Sunday, 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. These regulations are established by a City Council ordinance.
The regulation days and hours are established by the City Council. They are part of the ordinance adopted by the Council establishing the Permit District. Parking for up to two hours will be allowed for vehicles without permits between the hours of 8am to 5pm, Monday through Sunday. However, after two hours, the vehicle may be subject to ticket and/or tow. Permits may potentially reduce the need for residents to compete for on-street parking but having a permit does not guarantee a parking spot
Residents can apply for two (2) free annual residential permits for vehicles registered at the current address, a maximum of two (2) permitted vehicles per household.
Parking for up to two hours will be allowed for vehicles without permits, Monday through Sunday, 8am to 5pm. After two hours, the vehicle may be subject to ticket and/or tow. If residents have a guest who will be visiting for longer than 2 hours, residents can sign up for a 1- day visitor permits through the City website or a visitor 3 day visitor permit through the website for free. Although, permits may potentially reduce the need for residents to compete for on-street parking but having a permit does not guarantee a parking spot.
Resident vehicles with parking permits may park anywhere in the District where signs controlling parking are posted and is designated as the district assigned to their permit. Vehicles with permits are not required to park on specific or designated streets. Permits are specific to the district established. For example, District 1 (Red) permits are not valid in other parking districts established in the City.
The following information is required to apply for a parking permit:
The Parking and Traffic Department requires that all citations are either paid or contested prior to applying for residential parking permits.
Parking for up to two hours will be allowed for vehicle without permits, Monday through Sunday, 8am to 5pm. After two hours, the vehicle may be subject to ticket and/or tow. If your guest needs to park for longer than two hours, please apply for a visitor parking pass under the visitor parking program. You may purchase a one-day permit or a weekend permit.
Residents will have the ability to apply for permit parking permits online. If you have any questions, please call the Parking and Traffic Department at (310) 412-5398 or send your written correspond to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Two (2) residential parking permits per household are free. For information regarding fees for the visitor parking program, please see below.
If a resident has sufficient driveway and/or garage space, on-street parking may not be necessary. Residents living within a District are not required to purchase parking permits if they do not anticipate a need to park their vehicles on residential streets.
No. The City does not offer waivers for parking permit fees. Each household per address is allowed up to two free parking permits.
No. Residential permit holders are not exempt from any parking restrictions indicated by signs or curb markings and failure to comply with these restrictions may result in issuance of citation and/or permit revocation. Permit parking regulations are not enforced on holidays.
No. Vehicles displaying a valid disabled placard/plate and disabled veterans’ placard/plates are exempt from permit parking restrictions. However, vehicles displaying disabled placards/plates are not exempt from other parking restrictions indicated by signs or curb markings.
No. Permits are nontransferable between parking districts. For example, a District 1 permit is only valid within the District 1 boundaries.
Possession of a parking permit does not guarantee or reserve an on-street parking space within the permit parking district. All on-street spaces are available to permit holders on a first-come basis.
The City establishes citation penalty fees for a wide variety of infractions. The specific fee for a citation will depend upon the nature of the infraction. Penalty schedules are updated from time to time. This may result in increased citation fees in the future. Citations not paid by the due date are subject to additional late fees.
Yes. The City Engineer, the Chief of Police, and their designees are authorized to revoke parking permits of any person because of, but not limited to, any of the following grounds (see Resolution and Ordinance for complete information for rules regarding potential permit revocation):- if they sell, rent or transfer a parking permit to another person.
- if they present false or fraudulent information to obtain a parking permit.
- If they violate any City rule regulating the application for or use of parking permits.
Yes. To apply for a permit, residents can apply online on the Parking & Traffic Department’s Website at: cityofinglewood.org/parking.
If you purchase a vehicle, please login into your account on the permit parking portal and update your account with the new vehicle information . The permit parking portal is located on City of Inglewood’s website, Parking & Traffic webpage. You may also visit the Parking & Traffic Department on the 2nd Floor of Inglewood City Hall. Please bring the new Department of Motor Vehicle registration information along with a driver’s license indicating proof of residency and valid vehicle ownership.
If you move out of a permit district, your permits are no longer valid and will be removed from the data base. Permits are not valid in any other district and cannot be transferred to someone else who either lives within the district or wants to park in the District. If you move into another neighborhood within the City of Inglewood, you can log into the permit parking portal and request a new permit parking permit for your new address. You will need to provide the vehicle registration, CA driver’s license and Proof of residency (rental agreement, light/gas bill) and reregister for the permit parking program.
Service vehicles readily identifiable as emergency or government vehicles are exempt from the residential permit parking regulations. Vehicles readily identifiable as commercial, delivery, service, utility, or construction vehicles (hired by the City), while actually engaged in providing maintenance, repair, or service work to a residence in a program area, are exempt from the parking restrictions.
Service Person and vehicle for these services is available for up to two hours for vehicles without permits between the hours of 8am to 5pm, Monday through Sunday. However, after two hours, the vehicle may be subject to ticket and/or tow. Service provider that require more than 2 hours for their service will need to apply for a permit under the visitor permit parking program. The resident must apply for a visitor permit by visiting the portal and apply for the permit under the specific type of permit needed.
Typically, no. Residential permit parking regulations are not enforced on holidays.The exception would be if a special event were scheduled within the Entertainment District (Forum, SoFi Stadium or Clippers Arena) on a holiday. In that case, enforcement would take place. For the latest information on events, please visit the City of Inglewood’s website at cityofinglewood.org.
The Inglewood Housing Authority Division wait list is currently closed.
You must apply online when the waitlist opens. No paper applications will be accepted and no applications are being accepted at the Housing Division.
You will need to provide the names, dates of birth and Social Security numbers for all of the people who will live with you when you are on the program. You will also need to provide information about your income and any assets you may have.
Types of income include the following. - Any Other Source of Income - Business or Professional Income - Child Support - Military Pay - Pensions - Social Security - SSI - Unemployment Income - Wages - Welfare
Types of assets include checking and savings accounts, stock, bonds, CDs, real estate and other investments.
Learn where you can access a computer / Internet on our Find Computer / Internet Access page.
If you need an accommodation due to a disability or limited English proficiency, you may contact the Housing Division at 310-412-5221.
The Inglewood Housing Division has local preference which gives priority to serving those families who meet the following criteria: - Displaced Preference - Involuntary displaced applicants who have or will be required to vacate housing in Inglewood due to a disaster, federal, state or local government action, Ellis Act or Civil Code Section 798.56(g) or owner/occupancy evictions. - Residential Preference - Residents of the City of Inglewood, applicants who work in the city of Inglewood a minimum of 36 hours per week, applicants on the Tenant Based Rental Assistance program or Homeless program. - Military Preference - Families of current member of US military including active reserves, families of US veterans, or surviving spouses of US veterans. Singles Lack of Preference: Single applicants (1 person household) who are elderly or disabled shall have priority over other singles.
When you successfully submit your application, an Application Receipt which lists the waiting list you applied for, the date and time your application was received, and the Application ID will appear on the screen. Please print and retain this receipt for your records.
You may check the status of your application by logging onto the Wait List website and inputting your social security number and your year of birth. Please note that confirmation of receipt of your application to IHA does not mean you are automatically eligible for assistance. You may also check the status of your application by visiting waitlistcheck.com. Be prepared to enter your year of birth and social security number.
Visit the Wait List website.
At the time of application your status will remain in an inactive status until the waitlist has closed and we complete the lottery selection. After the lottery selection if your case is still inactive this mean you were not selected to be on the waitlist. If you case shows active this mean you were selected and your name is placed on the waiting list.
You must notify the Inglewood Housing Division of any changes to your address or eligibility status by submitting the information in writing to: Inglewood Housing Authority 1 West Manchester Boulevard Suite 750 Inglewood, CA 90301
Unfortunately we are unable to determine the length of time you will have to wait before your name reaches the top of the list. Names are taken from the waiting list as those currently being assisted leave the program and new funds become available. New funds are not received on a regular basis and we do not know when funding will be available.
The Home Delivered Meals Program is a temporary service designed to help you through a period where you can’t get out, cook or shop for yourself. A care manager will make a determination if you qualify. There are services available if you are homebound for a longer period of time.
For more information, contact the Inglewood Senior Center, 310-412-4380. Ask for Care Management.