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Note: You must speak directly with an inspector to schedule an appointment. The inspectors will attempt to accommodate your schedule, but you should expect to allow a 72 hour lead time for your request.
If the person submitting the plans is not the holder of the pocket license, a letter from the holder of the pocket license must be submitted with the name of the person submitting the plans and the permission to submit plans.
You may call during business hours to schedule an appointment, Monday through Friday or leave a message for Inspectors, at 626-307-1308. Inspectors will return calls when in the office.
Note: It is acceptable to call the fire marshal with fire code-related questions or field inspection problems.
The city clerk assists candidates in meeting their legal responsibilities before, during and after an election. From election planning to certification of election results and filing of final campaign disclosure documents.
The "unofficial" results are given to the media and those individuals present at the Central Counting Place. These results are also available on the City of Monterey Park website and MPK-TV. In addition, these results, along with absent voter and provisional ballots, constitute the "official" canvass and are presented to the City Council for adoption.
City of Monterey ParkCity Clerk's Office320 W. Newmark Ave.Monterey Park, CA 91754
Monterey Park Post Office245 W.Garvey Ave.Monterey Park, CA 91754
Anyone who is interested in volunteering must complete a volunteer application . These can also be picked up from any of the library’s information desks. Please call the Administration Office at (626) 307-1269 for more information.
The Friends of the Library assists with the semi-annual book sale, runs the Bookstore, raises funds for programs, presents library programs, etc. Please ask at the Reference Desk for an application. Dues are $5 for a single person, $10 for a family, $3 for Seniors, $25 for Patron status, $50 for Sustaining and $100 for Benefactor. The Friends is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization.
The library also accepts donations of new-to-fairly-new books and magazines in good condition for the Friends Bookstore. Donations should be placed through the Donation Drop next to the rear entrance. All proceeds from sales of donated items go to support the library.
If you are considering the in the front yard, please stop by City Hall to submit a simple site plan and wall elevation for Planning clearance prior to starting the work