Do you know if your L.A. home is at risk in an earthquake?

Building officials identified about 13,500 “soft-story” buildings that may be at risk of collapse in a major earthquake. The list is preliminary – some of these buildings, upon detailed inspection, will not need retrofitting. Owners will have two years to either submit proof that the building doesn’t need retrofitting or provide plans for retrofit or demolition. Read the story »
*Note: The list is current as of April 2016, and does not reflect retrofits made since that time. For more up-to-date information, please visit L.A.'s Soft-Story Retrofit Program website, and click on the link that says Permit & Inspection Report (Property Activity Report), enter an address and check the “Soft-story Retrofit Program Information” tab.

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    Note: Locations and unit sizes are based on L.A. County assessor parcel records.

    Sources: Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety, L.A. County Assessor
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