Access To Public Records
The California Public Records Act requires public agencies to provide access to public records held by the Los Angeles Fire Department CUPA. Requests may be made for records regarding inspections, investigations, statistical data, policies, reports, etc. Certain information, such as names of complainants, personal medical information, and records regarding ongoing litigation will not be released pursuant to the California Public Records Act and various privacy rules.
LAFD Underground Tanks Request for Fire Prevention Records Guidelines
Please use the Underground Tanks - Request for Fire Prevention Records Form to request any file search for UNDERGROUND TANKS ONLY. If no files are found we will fax this form back to you with a stamp "NO FILE FOUND". If there is a file, you will be called to set up an appointment to come in and review the file(s). Please remember only five (5) requests per person/company, per day.
PLEASE ALLOW 4 TO 5 BUSINESS DAYS FOR YOUR REQUEST TO BE PROCESSED.
No Copy Service Allowed
Inventory Lists of Underground Storage Tank, Above Ground Petroleum Storage Tank, and Hazardous Materials Facilities Located Within the City of Los Angeles
Prior to submitting a Request for Fire Prevention Records, please utilize the following lists of active and inactive underground storage tank, above ground petroleum storage tank, and hazardous materials facilities to determine if the Los Angeles Fire Department CUPA has documentation pertaining to the address you are requesting. If the address you are searching for is not located within the active or inactive lists, the Los Angeles Fire Department CUPA does not have documentation pertaining to that address. All lists below can be downloaded and searched utilizing your device's search function.
ACTIVE CUPA REGULATED FACILITIES
INACTIVE CUPA REGULATED FACILITIES