This dataset is a listing of all demolition permit applications currently under review by the City. Due to limitations of prior software used by the City, applications from 2016 and earlier may be erroneously reflected on this list as active and with a status of ‘In Review;’ when in fact the demolition permit may have been issued, or the permit application may have expired altogether prior to any permit issuance.
This dataset shows all demolition permit applications for structures over 40 years old. As a result, there may be permits listed for accessory structures exempt from demolition review pursuant to SMMC Section 9.25.020. “Original Construction Age” is pulled from the City’s permit system but may be different than original date of construction found through more detailed research. To view the most recent applications, please sort by “Date Plan Check Accepted” in Descending order. This date represents the start of the 75-day waiting period.
In addition to the inspections required by Section 108, some construction projects require that a deputy inspector verifies specific aspects of the construction and that the specifications conform to the approved drawings. The deputy inspector is required to report these observations in writing, on an approved special inspection report form to the building official at regular intervals.
Special (Deputy) Inspections are required for:
- Concrete Strength > 2,500 psi, Shotcrete
- Reinforcement in structural decks
- Drilled in Anchors
- Field Welding or Shop Welding in a non-approved fabricator shop (includes steel stud)
- High strength bolts
- Sprayed-on fire proofing
- Pilings – caissons
- Wood diaphrams and sheerwalls with nailing 3 inches on center or less
- Special cases as directed by the Building Official
The Santa Monica Police Department Incident information includes crime and incident reports. The Incident information provided on the Open Data portal dates back to January 1, 2006 and is updated daily. The Police Department continues to provide an online crime mapping system that offers the ability to include data from other surrounding agencies and establish e-mail alerts to crimes in specific areas.