Hazardous Materials Permit Process
California Fire Code (Sections 105.1.1 and 105.1.2) requires all buildings, devices, receptacles, and/or spaces utilized in the storage, transfer and application of hazardous materials receive prior authorization from the Fire Prevention Division.
Permits, associated plans, and/or drawings can be submitted to the Fire Prevention Division. Permits and associated plans found to be incomplete or incorrect will be not be processed. A City business license, contractor's state license, and permit application fee are required. Contact the Fire Prevention Division directly for detailed information on submissions.
Hazmat Permit Documents
Hazmat Regulation Public Notices
View the operating permit requirements for hazardous materials.
View hazmat process specific guidance documents.
In addition to the HMBP, California law mandates owners/operators of regulated USTs to provide particulars addressing system mechanics, leak/spill monitoring, financial responsibility, and emergency response.