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 At A Glance
  • Adopted Date:
    February 21, 1979

  • Amendments:
    November 19, 1980
    February 2, 1983
    December 20, 1994*
    October 2, 1997
    October 31, 2003*
    June 7, 2011*

    *Legislative Amendment 
  • Project End Date: 
    February 21, 2021

    Site Office Information:
    5250 Lankershim Blvd., Suite 650
    North Hollywood CA 91601
    Telephone: 818-753-1918
    Fax: 818-506-8625

    Regional Administrator:
    Margarita H. de Escontrias

    Project Manager
    Gazala Pirzada





 \\Commonspot\internet-site\images\bullet1 Permits & Land Use
Building & Other Permit Approval
The North Hollywood Redevelopment Plan requires CRA/LA's review and approval of any permit application before the Department of Building and Safety can issue a building permit. The redevelopment plan for North Hollywood contains development standards regarding density, design and increased sensibility to historic structures. Developers and contractors are strongly advised to contact Ken Moye, Senior Planner at (818) 623-2130 early in the process in order to prevent last minute difficulties.
Development Density
Many sites in North Hollywood have "D" or "Q" Conditions which limit density, but permit the density to be increased upon the adoption of certain findings by CRA/LA's Board of Commissioners, and approval of an agreement between the Agency and the developer.  The Agency expects a substantial portion of the value increment derived from the additional density to be reflected in additional community benefits.
Design for Development

Design for Development (adopted September 20, 2007) was completed by the CRA/LA for the Commercial Core of the North Hollywood Redevelopment Project Area.  Informing the guidelines was a study by an Advisory Services Panel of the Urban Land Institute, made possible by a collaborative of the Community Redevelopment Agency (the Agency) and the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro).  The advisory panel studied the evolving area of North Hollywood and prepared a report entitled "Transit and the Arts in NoHo: Building a Vibrant Community". 

Zoning and Land Use Information

Information may be obtained at the LADBS regional offices, or by telephone by dialing 3-1-1.

On-line information on specific parcels is available on the City's Zoning Information Map Access System (ZIMAS)

Developments anywhere within the North Hollywood Redevelopment Project Area that include signage must adhere to the adopted Signage Design Standards.