*** IMPORTANT UPDATE ***
As of June 2, 2023, residential building records are no longer required for the sale or exchange of a residential property. Though providing the reports will no longer be mandatory per TOMC, records will continue to available for the public by utilizing the search function on TO/24 (detailed below).
With our new virtual service system you will be able to access these reports via a self-service portal, and there will no longer be a cost for obtaining these reports. Please click HERE to use our new Virtual Land Use System, TO/24! You may create an account or use the public search functions as a guest.
To obtain a record of permits for an address, follow this user guide. The format of the exported records is a spreadsheet. This is all that needs to be provided to the buyer.
Alternatively, click on ‘Map’ on the webpage and enter the address in the search bar. Click on the address, scroll through the records and click on the record number for more detail (or export the records to a spreadsheet).
Please note that there has been a change in procedure with regard to the ‘reinspection’ process which was used to close open/expired permits in the past. Moving forward the permits will no longer be re-inspected, they will show the status of ‘expired.’
Welcome to TO/24!
For additional information, contact the Community Development Department at (805) 449-2500.