The City Manager’s Monthly Report includes important information related to the City's major projects and programs, opportunities for public participation in steering the future of the City, and key updates from each City Department to keep community members informed about your City government. 

Please take the time to read through this entire Report so you can stay connected to your community! 
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Due to the current drought conditions, the City of San Fernando implemented a restricted watering schedule. Effective October 16, 2022, all homes that end in an odd number may water their lawns (10 minutes per station) on Mondays. All homes that end in an even number may water their lawns on Tuesdays. Watering of plants, gardens, and trees can continue using hand-watering methods and drip irrigation systems.

The City is also exploring modification to front yard landscape standards to encourage replacement of lawns with drought-tolerant landscape. Modification to the landscape standards will provide flexibility for property owners to change their front yard landscape and to take advantage of the Turf Replacement Program currently offered by Metropolitan Water District (MWD). 

For more information on the Turf Replacement Program, please visit or call (888) 376-3314.

As the City explores modification to front yard landscape regulations, the City encourages community members to email suggestions or photographs of desirable front yard landscapes that you would like to see in San Fernando to

Please visit SFCITY.ORG/SFPublicWorks/#Water-Conservation for more information.
Celebrate the holidays with us at this year's Tree Lighting Celebration!

December 3, 2022
5 pm to 9 pm
Downtown San Fernando
(San Fernando Road, between
San Fernando Mission Blvd and Brand Blvd)

  • Photos with Santa
  • Santa's Workshop
  • Food Vendors
  • Live Music
  • Local Artisans
  • Dance Performances

Visit the City's website for more information:
San Fernando residents qualify for first-time homebuyers loan program through the Los Angeles Development Authority’s (LACDA) Home Ownership Program (HOP). The Home Ownership Program provides a second mortgage loan of up to $85,000, or 20% of the purchase price, whichever is less, with 0% interest. Repayment of the loan is required when the home is sold, transfer of title, or home is longer owner-occupied. Eligible properties are single-family homes, townhomes, and condominiums with a maximum purchase price of $700,000. 

If you're interested in this program, please contact Housing Coordinator, Hermineh Davidian at or call (818) 837-1540.
Apply now for the “Legacy Business Grant Program” offered by the Los Angeles Conservancy! The Legacy Business Grant Program offers two rounds of funding of $5,000 grant to five small businesses per round. Application is due on December 7, 2022 for the 1st round. The 2nd round will open on February 8, 2023 and application will be due on March 8, 2023.

For more information, visit the City's website:

NOTICE: San Fernando Recreation Park will be closed from May 2022 through September 2023, due to construction. Visit the City's website for more information: SFCITY.ORG/SF-Regional-Park-Infiltration-Project
The San Fernando City Council established a Recreation Scholarship Program (RSP) to provide financial assistance to families wishing to participate in the fee base programs offered to San Fernando residents. RSP assistance is available to San Fernando residents for all recreational programs offered by the Recreation and Community Services Department, including programs for youth, adults, and seniors. Scholarships cover 50% of the cost of the activity.

To be eligible for RSP assistance you must be a resident of the City of San Fernando. Assistance will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis. A brief self-certifying form and a water bill must be submitted to the Department when registering for any fee base activity. For additional information and eligibility requirements regarding RSP please call (818) 898-1290 or visit SFCITY.ORG/SFRecreation/#Scholarships.
On October 29, 2022, the City of San Fernando, Anthem Blue Cross, and 3 WINS Fitness from the Kinesiology Department at Cal State University, Northridge successfully hosted the first SAN FERNANDO VALLEY MILE.  
Over 600 participants of all ages ran or walked the mile long race. This one-mile challenge began at Eighth Street and Maclay and ended at the finish line located at Third Street. The entertainment was fantastic with music, vendors, face painting, arts & crafts, food, folklorico dancers and the outstanding Mariachi Master Apprentice Program (MMAP) participants.

In addition, participants built lovely altars to honor family members and friends who have passed. Altars, or “ofrendas”, are a cultural tradition that provide an opportunity to remember and celebrate the lives of departed loved ones.
San Fernando Valley Mile & Dia de los Muertos Festival

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October 2022 was an active month for the Tutcint Youth Empowerment Program. Focusing on the theme of “Emotions and Mental Wellness”, Tutcint scheduled presentations on Teen Dating and Healthy Relationships, Balancing Our Emotions, and Indigenous Approaches to Wellness. One of the Cultural Presentations focused on Dia de los Muertos traditions and included decorating calaveras (sugar skulls) used in decorating ofrendas (altars) that honor ancestors who have passed. Tutcint also held an Open House on Saturday, October 15, 2022, that showcased work being done by the Tutcint Health Leadership Program which included an Art Exhibit and publication of a Zine. At this event, 15 youth ages 14 to 24 were honored for their involvement in this program over the past year.

Native American Heritage Month is commemorated during the month of November 2022, and Tutcint’s Cultural Programs will highlight Indigenous activities and traditions such as Pow Wows. Youth and staff may be attending CSUN’s annual Pow Wow which takes place on Saturday, November 26, 2022.

On October 23, 2022, Preserving the Past Publishing hosted a book signing at the Lopez Adobe for Lopez descendant Beverley Whitaker Rodgers.

Mrs. Rodgers read passages from her memoirs, Reflections from Box 150, that included stories from her visits to the Lopez Adobe as a child. The event also included tours of the Lopez Adobe and small rummage sale benefiting the future Lopez Adobe research library.

This event concluded tours of the Lopez Adobe for 2022. Tours will return in January 2023 and continue every month thereafter on the 4th Sunday of each month, from 1 to 4pm.
Register for a fitness class at the park and join the Fall meltdown. The classes are affordable and great for beginners, the instructors are high energy and motivating. Not sure if you can handle the heat? Come by and observe a class for free.

For more information, visit:
Polish off them boots and get ready to two-step! Classes resumed in August 2022 featuring a new instructor and new day and time! Cynthia De Leon will bring with her a fresh interpretation of the classic dances by incorporating different styles, keeping the class fun and energetic. Register today! 

For more information, visit:
The Mission City Fall Ball program will come to an end around mid-November 2022. This season the program had 108 participants between the ages of 3-14, with three Foal, two Shetland, two Pinto, and one Mustang, Bronco and Pony teams. Teams from Shetland through Pony divisions interlocked with SIBL, North Valley and Santa Susana; exposing participants to different levels of competition and offering more balanced program.

Spring Pony League registration is now open, participants can take advantage of the early registration window and receive $20 off between now and December 31, 2022.

For more information and registration link, visit:
Registration is now open for the Youth Basketball Winter 2023 season. Participants that register by November 18, 2022, will receive access to the “Pre-Season Training” sessions (included with program registration).

For more information, visit:
The indoor basketball gyms are available at both Las Palmas and Recreation Park for open play. Refer to the schedule on the website or call the office to inquire. 

For more information, visit:
Las Palmas park offers a variety of health and wellness programs for Seniors, including:
  • Walkable Wednesdays - Get active together! Join this fit and fun club that meets to complete a 30 minute walk. All fitness levels are welcome. Meets Wednesdays at 8:30 am, at Las Palmas Park Outdoor Pavillion.
  • Movement for Life - Join instructor David Jimenez in a six-week fun fitness challenge. Build your strength and endurance through challenging but rewarding workouts to help you feel independent. Mondays (October 24, 2022 - November 28, 2022) at 9:30 am, $10 per six-week session.
  • Senior Zumba - This is a great class for active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original Zumba at a lower intensity. This class will improve your physical health, as well as boost your mood! Tuesdays at 10:30 am, in the Las Palmas Park Gym.
  • Senior Meals - In collaboration with ONEgeneration, Las Palmas Park is once again hosting the Elderly Nutrition Program (ENP) for seniors. Stop by and register with the ONEgeneration team, Rene and Hayle, and enjoy a free Grab’n Go lunch bag that is tasty and nutritious! Folks that are 60+ can receive a hot lunch (suggested donation is $3) Mondays through Fridays. The congregate program will resume to in-person dining in the next month. If you know of anyone that is 60+ and is homebound, ONEgeneration can deliver hot meals 5 days a week! Please call 818-898-7340 for more information. 
  • Los Angeles Regional Food Bank - The Regional Food Bank distribution was held on October 3, 2022, at Las Palmas Park. This monthly drive-through Food Bank distribution continues to serve seniors age 60+ on the first Monday of every month at Las Palmas Park. The program provides a free food kit containing nutritious items such as meats, canned fruits and vegetables, cereals and grains and serves an average of 150 seniors each month. The next Food bank distribution will be held on November 7, 2022. For more information on food assistance programs please contact Las Palmas Park at (818) 898-7340. 

Visit the City's website for additional information:

The Police Department proudly announces it has been awarded a $108K grant from the Department of Justice to enhance employee Mental Health and Wellness. The Grant provides funding for Department programs that will enhance employee resiliency and mental wellness including Peer Counselor Support, a Critical Incident Response Team, and leadership training to promote a culture of mental wellness at all levels of the organization. Additionally, the Grant provides funding for employee family members to attend training with the purpose of building a stronger support network for Department employees at home. The Department continues its tireless effort working towards its goal of building a stronger and more resilient workforce, which ultimately benefits our community.
The Police Department continues its weekly homeless outreach efforts with the assistance of Los Angeles Family Housing. The goal of these outreach efforts is to connect people experiencing homelessness with services and governmental entities who can help them break the cycle of homelessness. The Police Department strives to do its part in helping people experiencing homelessness to find permanent housing.
Come support the members of the Police Department on November 17, 2022, from 6 am to 2 pm, to raise funds for Special Olympics through the Tip-A-Cop fundraiser. The event will take place at Heavenly Pancakes located at 665 N Maclay Ave. Members of the Department will be your waiter/waitress at this fundraising event. The Department encourages the community to support this worthy cause by coming to Heavenly Pancakes to enjoy a meal and the unique experience of being served a delicious meal by members of the Police Department.
Join the San Fernando Police Department at the monthly Neighborhood Watch or Business Watch meetings for an opportunity to share your concerns and engage in discussion with Police, community members, and fellow business leaders/merchants.
This month, the Police Department will be providing attendees a special experience and the opportunity to use Department’s INVERIS virtual reality system. This virtual reality system will offer users a more immersive sensory experience into the distinctive challenges encountered regularly by police officers. Discussions topics will include de-escalation tactics during volatile situations and split second decision-making police officers frequently make. The San Fernando Police Department looks forward to offering this unique experience to the community.
NOVEMBER 16, 2022 - 6 pm
Council Chambers
117 Macneil Street
San Fernando
NOVEMBER 23, 2022 - 12 pm
Council Chambers
117 Macneil Street
San Fernando
Visit the City website for more information and updates:
Construction on the San Fernando Regional Park Infiltration project continues along various locations of the project. The underground portion of construction along Glenoaks Boulevard between Griswold Avenue and Jessie Street was completed in October 2022. Work will continue along Park Avenue between Fourth Street and First Street. Installation of the underground infiltration system at Recreation Park is scheduled to be completed in December 2022.

Visit the City's website for additional information on the San Fernando Regional Park Infiltration Project: SFCITY.ORG/SF-Regional-Park-Infiltration-Project.
On October 22, 2022, the City with the help of community volunteers planted 14 native trees on North Workman Street, between Fourth Street and Fifth Street, and 13 native trees on Lazard Street, between Fourth Street and Fifth Street. These plantings are part of the continuing project, “Calles Verdes.” These trees will add much needed shade to these beautiful streets. 

The next tree planting will be held on November 19, 2022. Visit the City's website for additional information and registration link:
The City’s Fruit Tree Giveaway Festival is back!!! The City, through its partnership with TreePeople and the Tataviam Tribe will once again be distributing free fruit trees to the community. The event will be held on December 10, 2022, at Pioneer Park, from 9 am to 11 am. A limited number of fruit trees will be distributed on a first come, first served basis and are limited to one tree per household.  

Visit the City's website for additional information:
Concrete and asphalt repair work commenced in the month of October and will continue through November in areas where the resurfacing operations will be taking place as part of the project.

Visit the City's website for a full list of streets to be paved as part of Phase 1: SFCITY.ORG/Street-Repairs.
The City awarded a contract on October 17, 2022, to CT&T Concrete Paving, Inc. for the construction of pedestrian safety improvements to the Glenoaks Boulevard Bridge over the Pacoima Wash Channel. Work will include the construction of a six-foot high pedestrian chain link fence on the north and south side of the bridge, tree removal, painting of existing bridge railing and construction of additional tubular steel fence. Work is expected to begin in November 2022 and be completed in December 2022.
Submit a Request for Services to report Public Works-related items such as raised sidewalks, excessive water run-off, dumped items, potholes, or to request services such as City-owned tree trimming/removal.
(818) 898-1293

Regular Business Hours:
  • Monday through Thursday, 7 am to 4:30 pm
  • Friday, 7 am to 3:30 pm
Public Works Operations Center
120 Macneil Street
San Fernando, CA 91340

Regular Business Hours:
  • Monday through Thursday, 7 am to 4:30 pm
  • Friday, 7 am to 3:30 pm

24 Hours Per Day
A new Housing Division has been created in the Community Development Department to provide housing programs and resources to support affordable housing and homeless prevention efforts in the City. 

For more information on available resources and programs, please contact Hermineh Davidian at or call (818) 837-1540.
On November 3, 2022, the City provided a “Spotlight on San Fernando” presentation to the Valley Economic Alliance. The presentation highlighted the City’s economic development efforts and business growth in 2022, and efforts moving forward. Several new businesses have open in 2022 and more to come in 2023.  

Watch the presentation for more information on the City’s economic efforts and growth, available here:

Now Open:
  • Bodevi Wine and Expresso Bar - 909 San Fernando Rd. (Spring 2022)
  • Lola's Kitchen - 128 N. Maclay Ave. (Spring 2022)
  • Shy's Surf and Turf - 1030 San Fernando Rd. (Summer 2022)
  • Advance Auto - 1231 San Fernando Rd. (Summer 2022)
  • City Business Shipping - 1201 Truman St. (Fall 2022)
  • Game Tower - 209 N. Maclay Ave. (Fall 2022)
  • Carbón Grill - 235 N. Maclay Ave. (Fall 2022)

Coming Soon*:
  • UPS Store - 120 N. Maclay Ave. (Winter 2022)
  • R&R Auto Performance - 2010 Glenoaks Blvd. (Winter 2022)
  • Dog Haus - 1001 San Fernando Rd. (Winter 2022)
  • Target - 12920 Foothill Blvd. (Summer 2023)

*Anticipated opening dates are subject to change.
A “Help Keep San Fernando Beautiful & Safe” postcard was sent to all residents in the City asking everyone to help keep our residential properties beautiful and safe for their family and the community. The postcard encourages all residents to keep trash cans, large household items, portable canopies, abandoned or wrecked vehicles, and other unattractive items out-of-sight from the street to keep the San Fernando community beautiful. The postcard also encourages everyone to fix or remove broken fences or walls to keep the community safe. Please see postcard for more information. 

If you did not receive the postcard or have question, please contact the Community Development Department at or (818) 898-1227.
The City is studying whether there are other standards that better balance the limitations of Senate Bill 9 (SB 9) with the City’s objectives for ensuring that residential development in the City is properly managed in the best interests of the public health, safety, and welfare.  SB 9 allows a single-family lot to be subdivided into two lots and development of two-residential units per lot. 

An Interim Urgency Ordinance was adopted on January 18, 2022 that includes a set of restrictive temporary regulations to minimize the initial impact of SB 9 and to help preserve the character of single-family residential neighborhoods, while allowing the City to establish permanent regulations. The Interim Urgency Ordinance No. U-1706 is due to expire on January 19, 2023.

On November 14, 2022, a draft regulations for implement SB 9 was presented to the Planning and Preservation Commission for discussion to replace the Urgency Ordinance. The draft regulations will draw standards in the Urgency Ordinance based on applicable law, guidelines, and recommendations, including recommendations from the Planning Commission. The Planning Commission’s input will aid City staff in proposing objective zoning, subdivision, and design standards to implement SB 9 development in the City, and outlining the procedure for SB 9 applications.
Data provided below describes efforts in Code Enforcement and Graffiti Abatement for Fiscal Year 2021-2022 and Fiscal Year 2022-2023 to date.
Try the City’s Online Zoning Portal to find the zoning for your property. Simply enter a street address to interactively view and investigate zoning, permitted uses, and other land use regulations for a specific site. Access the Online Zoning Portal on the City’s website: SFCITY.ORG/Community-Development/#Planning.
If you encounter any technical issues accessing the Online Zoning Portal, please email to or call (818) 898-1227. 
Below, please find the current jobs that the City is recruiting for with their filing deadlines and/or status:

  • Administrative Assistant (full-time): Interview of eligible candidates has been concluded and selection will be made shortly.
  • Associate Planner (full-time): Filing is open until vacancy is filled.
  • Community Preservation Officer (full-time): Selected candidate is going through background.
  • Community Preservation Officer (part-time): Filing is open until vacancy is filled.
  • Community Service Officer: Interview of qualified candidates has been scheduled.
  • Crossing Guard (part-time): Filing is open until vacancy is filled.
  • Deputy City Manager/Economic Development (full-time): Filing is open until vacancy is filled.
  • Information Technology Systems Administrator: Filing is open until vacancy is filled.
  • Management Intern (Administration/City Clerk/Personnel; part-time): Filing is open until vacancy is filled.
  • Management Intern (Finance; part-time): Filing is open until vacancy is filled.
  • Office Clerk (part-time): Filing is closed. Testing of qualified candidates has been scheduled.
  • Police Department Management Analyst: Filing is open until vacancy is filled.
  • Police Officer (full-time): Filing is open until vacancies are filled.
  • Recreation Program Specialist (full-time): Filing is closed. Testing of qualified candidates has been scheduled.
  • Public Works Maintenance Helper (part-time): Filing is open until vacancies are filled.
  • Recreation Leader I & II (part-time): Filing is open until vacancies are filled.
  • Water Operations Manager (full-time): Selected candidate is goin through background.  

Visit the City website to view the job bulletins and to download a City Employment Application: SFCITY.ORG/Hiring-Now.
The City wishes to formally welcome the following San Fernando City Team Members who joined the City or were promoted on the respective dates specified:

  • Ruddy U. Lopez, Public Water Worker I (Joined the City October 10, 2022);
  • Alexander Hernandez, Recreation Leader I (Joined the City October 17, 2022);
  • Emely I. Martinez, Management Intern (Finance) (Joined the City October 17, 2022);
  • Fernando Miranda, Jr., Recreation Leader I (Joined the City October 17, 2022); and
  • Nancy Sanchez Montero, Personnel Office Clerk (Joined the City October 17, 2022).

The City Team wishes to express our appreciation and excitement about these new team members. Their skills and talents will be a great addition to the San Fernando Family, especially at this critical time, as we navigate through the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. Welcome aboard!
The City of San Fernando WILL NOT be disconnecting any customers’ water and WILL BE waiving all late fees. If you are behind on your account, the City encourages you to set up a payment plan, if possible. If your water bill is due, there are four payment options:

  1. By Mail: City of San Fernando, 117 Macneil Street, San Fernando, CA 91340.
  2. Night Dropbox: Located outside City Hall’s main entrance on the right-hand side. Place your payment in an envelope and put it in the drop box. NO CASH PLEASE. Payments received in the drop-box will be processed by 9:00 am the next business day.
  3. AutoPay: Available to all City of San Fernando water customers. It is a direct debit program that works with your bank for a quick and simple way to pay your utility bill electronically. Click Here to download an AutoPay Application.
  4. In Person: Customers are welcome to pay at the Finance Counter at City Hall, 117 Macneil Street, San Fernando, CA 91340.

If you are having issues paying your utility bill, assistance programs are available for qualified residents:

  • Low Income Household Water Assistance Program (LIHWAP): LIHWAP is a federally funded program that offers a one-time payment to help you pay your past due water or wastewater bills. LIHWAP helps pay overdue bills which accrued during any timeframe. There is no date restriction for when the overdue amount occurred. To learn more about the LIHWAP program, visit the LIHWAP program overview.​ ​
  • Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP): LIHEAP is a federally funded program that helps low-income households pay for heating or cooling in their homes. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 awarded California additional funding to help households struggling to make ends meet, and many Californians in need may qualify.​ ​​LIHEAP can offer a one-time payment to help pay your heating or cooling bills, even if you use wood, propane, or oil.​ In addition to help with paying ​​your energy bill, LIHEAP can also provide in-home weatherization services. To learn more about the LIHEAP program, visit the LIHEAP program overview.​

As a reminder, all of the City's financial reports, including annual budgets, audited financial statements, quarterly sales tax reports, and annual local transaction tax report can be found under the Finance Department page on the City's website SFCITY.ORG/Finance/#Financial-Documents.
The City Clerk Department has launched a new feature to provide the ability to search for records through the Online Records Counter. The portal below provides instant access to public record documents that are available for instant viewing.

CLICK HERE to access the Online Records Counter.
Conducting City Council and Commission meetings in-person in the Council Chambers (117 Macneil Street, San Fernando) have resumed. Meeting attendees will be required to wear face coverings and practice social distancing while in the Council Chambers. Members of the public may still access meetings live on-line, with audio and video, via the City's YouTube Channel. CLICK HERE to subscribe.

CLICK HERE to view the City Council agendas.

CLICK HERE to view Commission agendas.
The next regular meeting of the City Council will be held on Monday, November 21, 2022, at 6 pm.

The City Council has resumed meeting in person in the Council Chambers, located at 117 Macneil Street, San Fernando. Meetings are also live streamed via Youtube. Meeting agendas and audio/video is available on the City website at SFCITY.ORG/City-Council/#Agenda-Minutes-Audio.
The next regular meeting of the Education (EDU) Commission will be held on November 29, 2022, at 4:30 pm.

The EDU Commission has resumed meeting in person in the Council Chambers, located at 117 Macneil Street, San Fernando. Meetings are also live streamed via Youtube. Meeting agendas and audio/video is available on the City website at SFCITY.ORG/Commissions-Board/#Education.
The next regular Parks, Wellness and Recreation (PWR) Commission meeting will be held on December 13, 2022, at 6:30 pm.

The PWR Commission has resumed meeting in person in the Council Chambers, located at 117 Macneil Street, San Fernando. Meetings are also live streamed via Youtube. Meeting agendas and audio/video is available on the City website at SFCITY.ORG/Commissions-Board/#Parks-Wellness-Recreation.
The next regular P&P Commission meeting will be held on December 12, 2022, at 6:30 pm.
The P&P Commission has resumed meeting in person in the Council Chambers, located at 117 Macneil Street, San Fernando. Meetings are also live streamed via Youtube. Meeting agendas and audio/video is available on the City website at SFCITY.ORG/Commissions-Board/#Planning-Preservation.
The next regular Transportation and Public Safety (T&PS) Commission meeting will be held on December 7, 2022, at 6 pm.

The T&PS Commission has resumed meeting in person in the Council Chambers, located at 117 Macneil Street, San Fernando. Meetings are also live streamed via Youtube. Meeting agendas and audio/video is available on the City website at SFCITY.ORG/Commissions-Board/#Transportation-Public-Safety.
Effective January 3, 2022, San Fernando City Hall reopened to the public Monday through Thursday, from 7:30 am to 5:30 pm; and Fridays, from 8 am to 5 pm.

  1. Records Bureau: Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 5:30 pm;
  2. Detective Bureau: Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 5 pm; and
  3. Livescan Services continue have resumed: Monday through Friday, 9 am to 4 pm
  4. Court Commitment Services has resumed: Call the Police Department to schedule.

Outdoor recreation programming and services have resumed at City parks with the condition that the current County of Los Angeles Health Officer Order and Protocols are observed. 

Contact the Recreation and Community Services Department or visit their website for a detailed listing of programs and services: (818) 898-7340, or SFCITY.ORG/SFRecreation.

All visitors to City facilities must adhere to the current County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health guidelines to help slow the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in our community.

We strongly encourage the public to continue to conduct business with City Hall via telephone and email.

Planning & Zoning Permits; Building Permits & Inspections; Graffiti Removal

Water & Sewer Utilities
(818) 898-1212 |

Police (non-emergency)
(818) 898-1267 |

Tree & Street Services
(818) 898-1293 |

Right-of-Way Permits, Projects & Inspections
(818) 898-1222 |

Adult, Youth & Senior Programs
(818) 898-1290 |

General Information
(818) 898-1200 |

For additional convenience, the public may use the Online Permit Counter to submit building permit applications, track progress, and schedule inspections online:

  • San Fernando Park (208 Park Ave., San Fernando):
  • Providence Community Health Vaccination Clinic at Vaughn International Studies Academy: There will be a mobile vaccination clinic every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Residents may call (818) 847-3860 to schedule an appointment.

  • San Fernando Community Health Center and Northeast Valley Health Corporation: Both of these federally qualified health centers receive a limited supply of vaccine. Residents may contact the following vaccination hotlines for additional information:
  • San Fernando Community Health Center: Call (818) 963-5690.
  • Northeast Valley Health Corp: Call (818) 792-4949 to check availability.
This information is also available on the City’s website: SFCITY.ORG/Coronavirus/#COVID-19-Vaccine.
Please visit the City’s website for additional information and to download the current Health Order and Masking Guidance.