Inspection Schedules



* The route schedules are only a guide. This list is refreshed between 9am and 10am each morning for that day. Inspectors' schedules are subject to change due to cancellations and other circumstances. The exact time of the inspection cannot be determined. However the general time of day (morning or afternoon) can be estimated by the order number of the inspection.


Request an Inspection

If you need to schedule an inspection from Building & Safety, please contact email us atluscustomerservice@lus.sbcounty.gov and provide the following information: permit number, type of inspection and a contact phone number. We will contact you the morning of the inspection to confirm and provide you with some additional guidelines.

Due to the statewide stay-at-home order issued by the Governor in response to the COVID-19 emergency, our offices are currently closed until further notice. However, we will continue to provide Building and Safety, Planning and Code Enforcement services. In order to best serve you, we ask that you that you email us at the following:

Code Enforcement Services: CodeEnforcementDivision@lus.sbcounty.gov

General Land Use, Zoning, and Building and Safety Inquiries: luscustomerservice@lus.sbcounty.gov

It is important that you include all relevant information in your email, including: complete address or Assessor Parcel Number, detailed description of your question, and your contact information (name and phone number). Your email will be reviewed and directed to the appropriate staff to contact you. You may also call and leave a message at (909) 387-8311, but it is recommend that you send an email for the most efficient response.

Thank you for patience and understanding during this time. 

The person responsible for the project is required to provide the inspector with access to the permitted work, the approved plans and the job card.

If special knowledge is required to gain access to the work area, please provide such information at time of inspection request.


Effective Immediately: Hard Copy Approved Plans Must Be Kept on Job Site During the Inspection Process

 

Due to recent concerns related to the clarity and ability to view electronic plans during the inspection process for complex construction projects,

the Building and Safety Division will now require approved building plans to be printed full size (24”x36”) and kept

on the job site at all times during the inspection process. This will provide for greater efficiency in the inspection process.