Online Permit System (2022)

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Welcome to the City of Santa Ana Online Permit System (OPS)! The online permitting system is designed as a fast and easy way to obtain simple residential permits that do not require a plan check. Contractors and Property Owners may take advantage of this online function to obtain permits. Our goal is to help you get your permit, and your project, completed quickly and efficiently.

Solar energy permitting is not available through OPS at this time.

Online System Requirements:

  • A valid MasterCard or Visa credit card
  • A valid e-mail address

Web Browser Requirements:

The Online Permit System supports the following web browsers:

  • Firefox 83+
  • Chrome 87+
  • Edge 44+

Note to Contractors:

Please have the following available in order to complete the registration process:

  • Current contractor’s licensing information, license number and expiration date
  • Current worker’s compensation policy carrier, policy number and expiration date
  • Current City of Santa Ana business license number and expiration date

Please verify your address is eligible for online permitting

Property Address

  • This can be a partial entry, meaning not all fields are required (i.e., Street Name only)
  • For a Street Name that is numbered (i.e., 1st) enter the Street Name by spelling it (i.e., First)
or

Parcel Number

  • This must be a complete entry, meaning the complete 8 numbers are required (i.e., 123-456-78)
Street#DirStreet NameTypeUnitBldg Parcel Number

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Online Permit System (2) Success! This address is available for online permitting;

however, it is not eligible for online Reroof permitting.


Energy Efficiency Links

SCE Energy Efficiency Information

(Video) Online Electrical Permit Purchasing – Standard Permit Step by Step Guide

California Energy Commission

SoCal Gas Residential Incentives

The Metropolitan Water District

Municipal Water District of O.C.

The Online Permit System (hereafter referred to as OPS) is owned and operated by the City of Santa Ana. The OPS is provided as a service to you (hereinafter referred to as the User) under the following Terms of Agreement and any operating rules or policies that may be promulgated by the City of Santa Ana which are incorporated by reference. The following terms comprise an agreement between the User and the City of Santa Ana for use of the OPS.

TERMS OF AGREEMENT:

  1. The User will pay for any telephone service and credit card fees associated with the OPS.
  2. The User must provide current, complete, and accurate registration information.
  3. The User is responsible for maintaining the accuracy of the registration information if there is any change. If any information provided by the User is inaccurate, the City of Santa Ana retains the right to terminate the User’s right to use the OPS.
  4. The City of Santa Ana may change the Terms of Agreement at any time. In addition, the City of Santa Ana reserves the right to change or discontinue the OPS at any time with or without notice to the User.
  5. Once the registration process is complete, the User will receive a personalized User ID and a Password. Please retain this information for your records. The User is entirely responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of their User's ID and Password. Furthermore, the User is entirely responsible for any and all activities which occur in the OPS associated with the User ID and Password. The User can terminate the User ID at any time by notifying the City of Santa Ana. Additionally, the User agrees to immediately notify the City of Santa Ana of any unauthorized use of any User ID and Password or any other security concerns of the User.
  6. The User agrees that the use of the OPS is at the User’s own risk. The OPS is provided on an "as is" and "as available" basis. The City of Santa Ana makes no warranty that the OPS be uninterrupted, timely or free.
  7. The User understands and agrees that any software downloaded or accessed through the use of the OPS is done at the User’s own discretion and risk and that the User will solely be responsible for any damage to the User's computer system or loss of data that results from the download or access of said software.
  8. The resale or commercial use of the OPS is strictly prohibited.
  9. Use of the OPS is subject to all applicable local, state and federal laws and regulations.
  10. Violation of the terms of this agreement may cause the User to be disqualified from using the OPS.
  11. The User certifies that they have read and understand the terms of this agreement and that all the registration information provided is true and complete to the best of their knowledge and belief. The User understands that any false statement will subject them to disqualification.
  12. All information is public record in accordance with the California Public Records Act.
  13. Refunds - Upon written request from the permittee, refunds of permit fees may be made to the permittee in an amount equal to 80% of the permit fee, exclusive of the issuance fee; except that no permit fees shall be refunded under any of the following circumstances: (1) 180-days has elapsed from the date of the issuance of the permit or (2) inspections have been performed by the Building Safety Division
  14. If a permit has been erroneously issued, 100% of the permit fee may be refunded.

Solar energy permitting is not available through OPS at this time.

Existing User Login


Contractor Registration Property Owner Registration

(Video) Online Permit Purchasing – Residential Building Permit Step by Step Guide


Building Home Page

Each Permit must be processed and purchased separately. Please select one from the following options:

SCE Energy Efficiency Information

California Energy Commission

SoCal Gas Residential Incentives

The Metropolitan Water District

Municipal Water District of O.C.

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GENERAL:

  1. The property is a single family residence or duplex only.
  2. An online permit does not legalize any existing or new structures that have not been permitted.
  3. I have read and understand the Reroof Handout. BLD-02-2014-07 Roofing Requirements.pdf

BUILDING CODE REQUIREMENTS:

  1. New roof covering shall not be installed where the existing roof has two or more applications of any type of roof covering. (Sec. 1510.3)

PLANNING:

  1. The type of reroofing material is the same as the existing roofing material on the building(s).
  2. The entire house and any attached or detached garage will be reroofed.
  3. Repairs to any damaged trim, fascia, rafter tails, etc. shall match existing in color and materials.

1. Yes No
2. Yes No
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(Video) Online Permit Portal Intro and Tutorial

Please Note: The maximum allowable permit fee total is $1,500.

Please select the quantity of items or fixtures required for your project.



OWNER BUILDER DECLARATION

I hereby affirm under penalty of perjury that I am exempt from the Contractors’ License Law for the following reason (Section 7031.5 Business and Profession Code): Any City or County which requires a permit to construct, alter, improve, demolish or repair any structure, prior to its issuance, also requires the applicant for such permit to file a signed statement that he or she is licensed pursuant to the provisions of the Contractor’s Licensed Law (Chapter 9, Commencing with Section 7000 of Division 3 of the Business and Professions Code) or that he or she is exempt therefrom and the basis for the alleged exemption. Any violation of Section 7031.5 by any applicant for a permit subjects the applicant to a civil penalty of not more than five hundred dollars ($500).

I, as owner of the property, or my employees with wages as their sole compensation, will do the work and the structure is not intended or offered for sale (Sec. 7044, Business and Professions Code: The Contractor’s License Law does not apply to an owner of the property who builds or improves thereon, and who does such work himself or herself or through his or her own employees, provided that such improvements are not intended or offered for sale. If, however, the building or improvement is sold within one year of completion, the Owner Builder will have the burden of proving that he or she did not build or improve for the purpose of sale).

I, as owner of the property, am exclusively contracting with licensed contractors to construct the project (Sec. 7044, Business and Profession Code: The Contractor’s License Law does not apply to an owner of property who builds or improves thereon, and who contracts for such projects with a Contractor(s) licensed pursuant to the Contractor’s License Law).

I am exempt under Section , B. & P. C. for this reason.

WORKERS’ COMPENSATION DECLARATION


I have and will maintain a Certificate of Consent to Self-Insure for workers’ compensation, as provided for by Section 3700 of the Labor Code, for the performance of the work for which the permit is issued.

I have and will maintain workers’ compensation insurance, as required by Section 3700 of the Labor Code, for the performance of the work for which this permit is issued. My workers’ compensation insurance carrier and policy number are:

I certify that in the performance of the work for which this permit is issued, I shall not employ any person in any manner so as to become subject to the workers’compensation laws of California, and agree that if I should become subject to the workers’ compensation provisions of Section 3700 of the Labor Code, I shall, forthwith comply with those provisions.

WARNING: Failure to secure workers’ compensation coverage is unlawful, and shall subject an employer to criminal penalties and civil fines up to one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000), in addition to the cost of compensation, damages as provided for the Section 3076 of the Labor Code, interest and attorney’s fees.

LICENSED CONTRACTORS DECLARATION

I hereby affirm under penalty of perjury that I am licensed under provision of Chapter 9 (commencing with Section 7000) of Division 3 of the Business and Professions Code, and my license is in full force and effect.

CONSTRUCTION LENDING AGENCY

I hereby affirm under penalty of perjury that there is a construction lending agency for the performance of the work for which this permit is issued (Sec. 3097, Civ. C.).

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APPLICANT DECLARATION

Demolition Permits-Asbestos Notification Federal Regulations (Title 40, Part 6)

Required Letter of Notification

I certify that the federal regulations regarding asbestos removal are not applicable to this project.


Fees

OWNER BUILDER DECLARATION

I hereby affirm under penalty of perjury that I am exempt from the Contractors’ License Law for the following reason (Section 7031.5 Business and Profession Code): Any City or County which requires a permit to construct, alter, improve, demolish or repair any structure, prior to its issuance, also requires the applicant for such permit to file a signed statement that he or she is licensed pursuant to the provisions of the Contractor’s Licensed Law (Chapter 9, Commencing with Section 7000 of Division 3 of the Business and Professions Code) or that he or she is exempt therefrom and the basis for the alleged exemption. Any violation of Section 7031.5 by any applicant for a permit subjects the applicant to a civil penalty of not more than five hundred dollars ($500).

I, as owner of the property, or my employees with wages as their sole compensation, will do the work and the structure is not intended or offered for sale (Sec. 7044, Business and Professions Code: The Contractor’s License Law does not apply to an owner of the property who builds or improves thereon, and who does such work himself or herself or through his or her own employees, provided that such improvements are not intended or offered for sale. If, however, the building or improvement is sold within one year of completion, the Owner Builder will have the burden of proving that he or she did not build or improve for the purpose of sale).
I, as owner of the property, am exclusively contracting with licensed contractors to construct the project (Sec. 7044, Business and Profession Code: The Contractor’s License Law does not apply to an owner of property who builds or improves thereon, and who contracts for such projects with a Contractor(s) licensed pursuant to the Contractor’s License Law).
I am exempt under Section , B. & P. C. for this reason.

WORKERS’ COMPENSATION DECLARATION


I have and will maintain a Certificate of Consent to Self-Insure for workers’ compensation, as provided for by Section 3700 of the Labor Code, for the performance of the work for which the permit is issued.
I have and will maintain workers’ compensation insurance, as required by Section 3700 of the Labor Code, for the performance of the work for which this permit is issued. My workers’ compensation insurance carrier and policy number are:

I certify that in the performance of the work for which this permit is issued, I shall not employ any person in any manner so as to become subject to the workers’compensation laws of California, and agree that if I should become subject to the workers’ compensation provisions of Section 3700 of the Labor Code, I shall, forthwith comply with those provisions.

WARNING: Failure to secure workers’ compensation coverage is unlawful, and shall subject an employer to criminal penalties and civil fines up to one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000), in addition to the cost of compensation, damages as provided for the Section 3076 of the Labor Code, interest and attorney’s fees.

LICENSED CONTRACTORS DECLARATION

I hereby affirm under penalty of perjury that I am licensed under provision of Chapter 9 (commencing with Section 7000) of Division 3 of the Business and Professions Code, and my license is in full force and effect.

CONSTRUCTION LENDING AGENCY

I hereby affirm under penalty of perjury that there is a construction lending agency for the performance of the work for which this permit is issued (Sec. 3097, Civ. C.).

APPLICANT DECLARATION

Demolition Permits-Asbestos Notification Federal Regulations (Title 40, Part 6)

Required Letter of Notification
I certify that the federal regulations regarding asbestos removal are not applicable to this project.

You are now ready to submit your payment. Clicking on the "Pay Now" button will transfer you to an outside payment vendor.


Refund Policy:

Upon written request from the permittee, refunds of permit fees may be made to the permittee in an amount equal to 80% of the permit fee, exclusive of the issuance fee; except that no permit fees shall be refunded under any of the following circumstances:

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  1. 180-days has elapsed from the date of the issuance of the permit or
  2. inspections have been performed by the Building Safety Division

If a permit has been erroneously issued, 100% of the permit fee may be refunded.

FAQs

What is a virtual permit? ›

Virtual Permit means a permit which is issued by the issuing authority to the permit holder electronically as an alternative to a paper permit.

How do Permits work in practice? ›

A permit to work system is a formal system stating exactly what work is to be done, where, and when. A responsible person should assess the work and check safety at each stage. The people doing the job sign the permit to show that they understand the risks and precautions necessary.

What is a general permit to work? ›

The General Permit to Work allows you and your contractor to consider and record all of the hazards connected with the work they are going to conduct along with the necessary precautions that must be taken.

What is a permit to work in health and safety? ›

The permit-to-work is a documented procedure that authorises certain people to carry out specific work within a specified time frame. It sets out the precautions required to complete the work safely, based on a risk assessment.

How does parking work in the UK? ›

Generally you must find an appropriate payment bay (meter, pay & display or mobile phone) and pay the appropriate charge in order to leave your vehicle in that area. In some areas there are shared-use bays that allow parking with either a permit or by payment.

How do I get a residential parking permit in London? ›

You can apply for a parking permit (external link) using our online form. Permits don't have an expiration date on them so they don't need to be renewed unless you change your vehicle. When applying for a parking permit you will need to provide copies of the following documents: Vehicle registration.

What are the types of permit? ›

There are seven main types of work permits: Hot Work Permits, Cold Work Permits, Confined Spaces Work Permits, Chemical Work Permits, Height Work Permit, and Excavation Permit. Each work permit is categorized depending on the nature of the job and the hazard involved in it.

How many types work permit? ›

4 Types of Permit-To-Work (PTW): The types of work for which PTW systems shall be applied include maintenance and repair, inspection, testing, construction, dismantling, modification and cleaning.

What is permit system? ›

A permit-to-work system is a formal written system used to control certain types of work that are potentially hazardous. A permit-to-work is a document which specifies the work to be done and the precautions to be taken. Permits-to-work form an essential part of safe systems of work for many maintenance activities.

Who completes a permit to work? ›

The person who is to control the permit-to-work must be competent and fully conversant with the requirements of the work and the safety procedures to be followed. He should also have knowledge of any appropriate emergency procedures, including rescue procedures.

Who provides a permit to work? ›

A permit to work system is a formal documented system, used to control high-risk activities. They are usually issued by a manager or supervisor and allow a person or group of people to carry out a task, under strict controls.

How long can a permit to work last? ›

Most often hot work permits are limited to 30 days, but this is only a guideline. Permits to work are required whenever there is a significant risk to safety and health during an operation, and where precise preparation of the site or plant and clear communications of procedures is needed to control the risk.

Does OSHA require safe work permits? ›

The terms “permit-required confined space” and “permit space” refer to spaces that meet OSHA's definition of a “confined space” and contain health or safety hazards. For this reason, OSHA requires workers to have a permit to enter these spaces.

What are two important reasons for using work permit? ›

It ensures that the work is properly defined, authorised, operating personnel are aware what is going on, precautions to be taken are specified and the persons executing the job understand the nature and extent of hazards involved.

What is hot work permit? ›

A hot work permit is a permit that is needed in some countries, and on some jobsites, in order to perform work that involves a source of ignition when flammable materials are in the vicinity or that can be considered a fire hazard.

Can my Neighbour park on my dropped kerb? ›

Your family and visitors to your property can park in front of the dropped kerb outside your property with your permission. They still need a visitor permit, if parking in a controlled parking zone (CPZ). If the dropped kerb is shared with a neighbour, then they cannot park there.

Can you get a ticket while sitting in your car UK? ›

You can get a parking ticket whether you're sitting in, on, or next to your car.

How long can a car be parked without moving UK? ›

There is no time limit on how long a car can park on the road as long as they are taxed, insured and not breaching any parking regulations. There is however one exception. If the vehicle is thought to have been abandoned, it can be reported to the police who will potentially remove it.

How much is a resident parking permit London? ›

If you are the sole occupant or the first to apply for a resident permit at your address, you will be charged the standard rate of £197 (or £175 if purchased online). If you are the second or subsequent person at the address to apply for a resident permit, an additional £53 will be added to the standard rate.

How long does it take to get a parking permit London? ›

You can expect to receive your new permit within 3 to 5 days of the renewal being successfully completed. If you can't provide all the required proof documents when you apply to renew, we will consider issuing you with a temporary 6 week permit.

How do you get your vehicle permit? ›

In order to apply for a temporary or special motor vehicle permit, simply visit the relevant registering authority, along with a ID copy and the required fee, and complete an Application for a Temporary/Special Permit (TSP1) form. All applications are usually processed on the same day of applying.

What is safety permit? ›

A safety permit or a safe work permit is usually a written document stating what, exactly, is to be done, the possible hazards involved and the preventive measures to be taken. It is also a written record that authorizes specific work, location for work and time period during which the work is to be done.

Who is permit issuer? ›

A Permit Issuer must be a person who is trained, competent and authorised to issue a Permit to Work after ensuring that all of the hazards, associated with the work being done, have been identified and all necessary safety precautions are being implemented to ensure that the work can be completed safely.

Can you issue a permit to work to yourself? ›

Permits to work can also be completed in digital form. Generally, a competent person should not issue a permit to work to themselves, but there are exceptions to this, such as in the case of electrical work.

What is cold work permit? ›

Cold work permits are green colored permids issued for hazardous maintenance work that does not involve the ignition hazards found in hot work. Cold work situations are determined by conducint a risk assessment for the task and the working environment.

What is hot permit and cold permit? ›

A hot work permit refers to any situation which arises flames, sparks etc to cause ignition. fire. A cold work permit refers to situations which will NOT lead to ignition at workplace or materials. It will not create a flamable atmosphere.

How many types of hazards are there? ›

Workplace hazards fall into six core types – safety, biological, physical, ergonomic, chemical and workload.

What are the conditions need PTW? ›

PTW should be considered whenever there is any work which may adversely affect the safety of personnel, the plant or the environment. They are generally applied to non-routine work activities.

What are the responsibilities of a permit to work issuer? ›

The permit issuer who authorises and approves the work under a permit-to-work scheme, often the area manager, also “issues” the form with the specified procedures after appropriate signatures from competent work staff, who will carry out the specific task.

WHO issues hot work permits? ›

The 'Hot Work Permit' is issued by the Fire Safety Manager and authorises hot work operations to be conducted in a specific area, on a specific date, by a specific individual or group. The first step in evaluating a hot work permit is to determine if the work is truly necessary.

What is permit to work system OSHA? ›

Permit to Work is a systematic process designed to identify, communicate, mitigate and control risk in hazardous areas, nonstandard situations and potentially hazardous conditions, such as shutdowns, to prevent accidents. Permit to Work systems are essential to frontline worker safety.

Who is the PTW originator? ›

Created by inventor and Managing Director Paul Horsfall at the age of 22 in 1988 Weighwell since its inception has grown exponentially in the field of weighing trains.

How many hours can 16 year old work? ›

Young people aged 16 and 17 can work a maximum of 8 hours a day, up to 40 hours a week. If the young worker is under 18 and works for more than one employer, their combined daily or weekly hours cannot exceed the maximum number of hours allowed. Young people are only allowed to work between 6am and 10pm.

How long can a 15 year old work? ›

Children over 15 but under 16 can do light work up to 8 hours a week during school term time.
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Maximum weekly working hours for children under 16.
Age14 years of age15 years of age
School term-timeNone8 hours
Holidays35 hours35 hours
Work experience40 hours40 hours
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What two things must the issuer do before issuing a work permit? ›

Issuer must be a person who is trained, competent and authorized to issue a Permit to Work after ensuring that all the hazards, associated with the work being done in that area, have been identified and all necessary safety precautions are being implemented to ensure that the work can be completed safely.

What are the 4 characteristics of a permit required confined space? ›

OSHA uses the term "permit-required confined space" (permit space) to describe a confined space that has one or more of the following characteristics: contains or has the potential to contain a hazardous atmosphere; contains material that has the potential to engulf an entrant; has walls that converge inward or floors ...

What height do you need a permit-to-work? ›

1. Proper scaffolds and/or temporary work platforms shall be provided for working at height at elevations 1.8 meters or more where no permanent work platform is available to work safely. The elevated work platforms shall have guardrails and provided with ladders for access/egress. 6.1.

How long is a hot work permit valid for OSHA? ›

How Long is a Hot Work Permit Valid? The duration of a hot work permit is limited to 30 days. These are guidelines. If there are conditions unique to the project or activities a contractor will be performing, exceptions can be made.

What is confined space permit? ›

The confined space permit assists the employer to make sure that adequate precautions are in place for each job or task involving confined spaces. Best practices for confined space entry have evolved into legislation and need to be incorporated into the company's formal documented procedures for confined space entry.

What is the OSHA standard for hot work? ›

OSHA defines hot work to include riveting, welding, flame cutting, or similar fire- or spark- producing operations. Requirements for hot work are in 29 CFR 1917.152.

Is drilling considered hot work? ›

Hot work is defined as any activity that involves open flames or produces heat and/or sparks capable of initiating fires or explosions. Examples of hot work include: welding, cutting, grinding, drilling, soldering, brazing, torch-applied roofing, etc.

What is the importance of permit to work? ›

Permit to Work is a systematic process designed to identify, communicate, mitigate and control risk in hazardous areas, nonstandard situations and potentially hazardous conditions, such as shutdowns, to prevent accidents. Permit to Work systems are essential to frontline worker safety.

What are the responsibilities of a permit to work issuer? ›

The permit issuer who authorises and approves the work under a permit-to-work scheme, often the area manager, also “issues” the form with the specified procedures after appropriate signatures from competent work staff, who will carry out the specific task.

What should a permit to work include? ›

The permit to work must contain details of:
  • The permit number.
  • The date and time of issue.
  • The estimated duration of the work.
  • The exact work location.
  • A description of the work.
  • The anticipated hazards, risks and probable result should the risk be realised.
  • The precautions to be observed.

Why do you need a permit to work? ›

Permits to work are required whenever there is a significant risk to safety and health during an operation, and where precise preparation of the site or plant and clear communications of procedures is needed to control the risk.

What is safety permit? ›

A safety permit or a safe work permit is usually a written document stating what, exactly, is to be done, the possible hazards involved and the preventive measures to be taken. It is also a written record that authorizes specific work, location for work and time period during which the work is to be done.

When and where work permit is required? ›

5.1 All maintenance/ alteration/ construction jobs in the plant shall be carried out under valid “Permit to Work” only. Normally operating personnel do not require work permit for carrying out routine work, however in exceptional cases where they are likely to be exposed to certain risks, work permit is required.

Why is safety permit important? ›

The permit to work helps to reduce the risk of safety incidents by ensuring the people involved are aware of the specific hazards, take the necessary precautions and are competent for the work.

How many hours a PTW is valid? ›

A Permit to Work cannot be valid for more than 12 hours or for more than the normal work shift; whichever is the least time. If the work must continue for a period longer than 12 hours or longer than the normal work shift, the Permit to Work must be closed and a new Permit to Work must be prepared.

Who provides a permit to work? ›

A permit to work system is a formal documented system, used to control high-risk activities. They are usually issued by a manager or supervisor and allow a person or group of people to carry out a task, under strict controls.

What is the maximum validity of a permit to work? ›

The permit should specify the period of its validity (which should not exceed 24 hours) and any time limits applicable to the work that it authorises. Only the work specified on the permit should be undertaken.

Can you issue a permit to work to yourself? ›

Permits to work can also be completed in digital form. Generally, a competent person should not issue a permit to work to themselves, but there are exceptions to this, such as in the case of electrical work.

What is hot work permit? ›

A hot work permit is a permit that is needed in some countries, and on some jobsites, in order to perform work that involves a source of ignition when flammable materials are in the vicinity or that can be considered a fire hazard.

What is cold work permit? ›

Cold work permits are green colored permids issued for hazardous maintenance work that does not involve the ignition hazards found in hot work. Cold work situations are determined by conducint a risk assessment for the task and the working environment.

How many work permits are safe? ›

How many types of safety work permits are there? Primarily there are 4 types of safety work permits i.e. General Work permit, hot work permit, height work permit, and confined space work permits.

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