Below are the guidelines to consider before starting a roofing project.
The City of Beverly Hills requires all new roofs to have a fire rating classification of Class A Fire-Rated, Non-Wood.
For existing wood roof information please visit the Wood Roof Ordinance webpage
Using green products for exteriors can improve air quality and insulation. Cool Roofs and solar panels can also benefit the building by moderating temperatures and reducing the need for cooling and heating.
A licensed contractor is required for any work being done over $500, and is recommended for any roofing project. The City will verify that the contractor’s license is active and in good standings with the State of California Contractor’s License Board and that the contractor has the proper insurance for the contracted work.
Inspections are also required as part of the plan check process. The inspection process verifies the roofing material has been installed per the manufacturer’s specifications, structural stability, and code compliance.
A permit is required to perform any changes to a roof. An electrical permit is required to install solar panels.
Roofing Permits can be obtained during City walk-in hours (Monday - Thursday 8AM -10AM), or with an appointment. Please review the Permit Center Plan Review and Permitting Guide, or call (310) 285-1141 to schedule an appointment.
Our address is:
455 North Rexford Drive, 1st Floor
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
You will need to fill out a roofing permit application, as well as provide a photo of the existing roof and building, a Roofing Material ICC-ES report and a proposed roofing material Cool Roof Rating Label. Modifications to some single-family residences are subject to design review. New roof designs and materials must be approved through the design review process prior to the issuance of a building permit and construction.