Public Records

Attention: Our public records request process has changed. Records Request forms are no longer accepted via email. All record requests will be redirected to the NextRequest system as this is now our current records request process. Please review our revised instructions before submitting your records request. The NextRequest hyperlink is provided in the records request instructions below.

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.

Please note the CalEPA Regulated Site Portal combines data regarding environmental regulated facilities located throughout the state of California into a single, searchable database, including an  interactive map. The portal provides information related to the following activities: hazardous materials and waste, state and federal cleanups, impacted ground and surface waters, and toxic materials. Access to this portal is free of charge.



Prior to submitting a request for Fire Prevention CUPA related Records, please utilize the following lists of retulated facilities who have active, inactive, or archived historical files of underground storage tanks; and/or hazardousl materials to determine if the Los Angeles City 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 or underground storage tank historical file list, the Los Angeles City Fire Department CUPA does not have any documentation pertaining to that address. Be advised that the facility ID, address, and type of records being requested (i.e. Hazardous Materials (HM), or Underground Storage Tanks (UST)) found on the lists below are required to be noted within the body of your request.


Underground Storage Tanks

Hazardous Materials


In-Active Underground Storage Tanks Inventory List

In-Active Hazardous Materials Inventory List


Underground Storage Tank Historical Files


Public Records Requests

If you would like to request public records from the Los Angeles Fire Department CUPA, please follow the instructions below:

  1. Search for the facility or address for which you are requesting information by accessing the lists of active and inactive CUPA regulated facilities in Los Angeles City using the above links. 
  2. If the facility is found on the databases listed above, take note of the facility ID and type of files available (Hazardous Materials or Underground Storage Tanks) as you are required to indicate the type of files you are requesting in your request description. Be advised that multiple facility ID's listed on the records request form will be rejected. Address ranges will not be processed. Only one facility ID per request form is allowed.
  3. If the address you are requesting is listed on any of the searchable lists and you would still like to request information, please access the records request link to submit your request: Make sure to include the required facility ID, address, and file type you are requesting (Hazardous Materials and/or Underground Storage Tank) in the body of your request. Your records request will not be processed if the required information is not provided on the records request form. Please also include a contact number and email in the appropriate fields for payment and retrieval of files

If files are not found, we will notify you that there are no records available.

If files are found, you will be notified of the appropriate steps to retrieve files. Be advised that all records requests are subject to an initial fee of $11.00 plus 10 cents per page.

Please allow up to 10 business days for a response to your records request. If your records request is extensive, the LAFD CUPA may request additional time.

Please remember only five (5) requests per person/company per day.

Notice: Our offices are currently closed to the public for in-person appointments due to COVID-19. The option to review and select files in person at our office before purchase is currently unavailable until further notice.



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