Should there be an issue with filming around you, please click on the jurisdiction link below to find the proper authority to report the issue. If you are having problems call the number above for help with resolving the issue.
1. How long does it take to get a permit? Depends on the shoot and the location. The longer time that the permitting jurisdiction can have the better.
2. Who do I get a permit from? In Ventura County there are many different permitting agencies. First determine the location address for the shot. After that, the liaison's office or the website can direct you to the proper permitting agency or agencies.
1. We are interested in having filming or supporting filming at list location of with this service.
2. We understand that professional film companies will insure us for the use of our location.
3. We understand that the use of our location is a service to industry and can expect to negotiate compensation for that use.
4. We have done some thinking about what we are willing to allow with our location and are clear that those plans are represented in the contract that we negotiate for our location of service use.
5. If there are things that need to be discussed, as with any professional relationship, those things need to be reflected in our written agreement.
6. The providing of the location or service, in Ventura County, unless it is a permitted business within a proper zone, is a temporary use and requires specific permitting. This permitting is the responsibility of the film company. The location or service is named, insured, and protected through this permitting process.