To protect the health and safety of the public during the coronavirus pandemic, starting Monday, March 16, 2020, El Segundo City Hall and other non-public safety facilities will be temporarily closed to the general public until further notice.  However, City Hall, and other facilities, will be open for select services on an appointment basis. For a list of City Hall phone numbers, emails, appointment requests and other resources, please click here. Please refer to our coronavirus page for additional information or to sign up for the City's email notifications, please click here

Whatever your project, our Plan Check Engineers can help you with understanding the Code requirements and assist you with navigating through the permitting and application process. You can also find many answers to questions about plan checks on our FAQs page.

 Construction projects follow these steps:

  1. Draw up the plans for your project.
  2. Submit your plans and permit applications.
  3. Our Plan Check Engineers review your plans.
  4. Once your plans are approved, permits are issued.
  5. Construction begins.
  6. Inspections are requested during construction.
  7. A final inspection is performed.
  8. A Certificate of Occupancy is issued.

Single or Multi-Family Dwellings - Addition, Alteration or Remodel
New Single Family, Multi-Family and Accessory Dwelling Unit Requirements
Commercial Projects
Commercial and Industrial Submittal Requirements
Mechanical Permits
Electrical Permits
Plumbing Permits
Miscellaneous Permits
Grading Permits