Building Inspection & Code Enforcement Services
1017 Middlefield Road
Redwood City, CA 94063
Direct: (650) 780-7350
Fax: (650) 780-7348
Inspection request line: (650) 780-7361
Code Enforcement Hotline: (650) 780-7577
Building Counter Hours: Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 p.m.(except legal holidays)
Got a question for our staff? Read our FAQ, which has the answers to many common inquiries.
Permit Counter Team
- Responsible for all aspects of permit application process including: issue building permits (except mobile home parks), permit fees, plan check process, plan review "One Stop" appointments and answer general code questions.
|Darcy Axiaq, Acting Senior Building Inspectoremail@example.com||780-7358|
|Liza Tellez, Permit Technicianfirstname.lastname@example.org||780-7349|
|Dina Bahou, Permit Technicianemail@example.com||780-7360|
|Yolanda Rodriguez, Permit Technicianfirstname.lastname@example.org||780-7376|
|Jonah Glen, Permit Technicianemail@example.com||780-7314|
|Kelly Yoon, Plan Checkerfirstname.lastname@example.org||780-7374|
Field Staff Team
- Responsible for inspection of buildings to ensure structures are in compliance with building, mechanical, plumbing, and electrical code requirements and scope of work inspected in accordance with current permits. Conducts pre-construction meetings for contractors, owners, and architects. Questions related to specific code requirements are assigned to the Inspector on Record (IOR). After inspection request is scheduled, inspection times are given in 2-hour increments when available.
|Christina Lucchini, Senior Building Inspectoremail@example.com||780-7228|
|Dave Brakebill, Building Inspectorfirstname.lastname@example.org||780-7357|
|David Cooks, Contract Building Inspectoremail@example.com||780-7354|
|Steven Williams, Contract Building Inspectorfirstname.lastname@example.org||780-7332|
Code Enforcement Team
- Responsible for enforcement of property maintenance, zoning and building codes within the limits of Redwood City. Code Enforcement collaborates with various property owners to promote and maintain a safe, desirable community environment. The most common violations reported are: Inoperable vehicles on private property, overgrown weeds, work without a building permit, Garbage receptacles stored in public view.
|Les Arias, Code Enforcement Officeremail@example.com||780-5941|
|Thomas Silipin, Senior Building Inspectorfirstname.lastname@example.org||780-7384|
|Margaret Hernandez, Code Enforcement Officeremail@example.com||780-7351|