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CITY OF VICTORVILLE
14343 Civic Drive 
Victorville, CA 92392

Records Division
(760) 955-2807

Your request will be processed in compliance with the Public Records Act California Government Code § 6253.b

 

To enable staff to respond to your request as efficiently as possible, please include a date range for the records you are seeking. Please do not include any confidential information such as birthdate, social security number.

 

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(8.5 x 11 & 8.5 x 14) $1.00 1st page/ $0.25 thereafter
(11 x 17) $1.00 1st page/ $0.30 thereafter

 

This form is not required for requests of copies of Statements of Economic Interest or Campaign Statements (Government Code § 81008)

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AFFIDAVIT AND REQUEST FOR DUPLICATION OF PLANS MAINTAINED BY
THE CITY OF VICTORVILLE DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOPMENT

The undersigned declares and states:

  1. That he or she has been provided with a copy of CA Health and Safety Code § 19851;

  2. That in requesting a copy of any plans maintained by the Department of Development of the City of Victorville, the copy of the plans shall be used only for the maintenance, operation, and use of the building;

  3. That drawings are instruments of professional services and are incomplete without the interpretation of the certified, licensed or registered professional of record;

  4. That subdivision (a) of Section 5536.25 of the Business and Professions Code states that a licensed architect who signs plans, specifications, reports or documents shall not be responsible for damage caused by subsequent changes to, or use of, those plans, specifications, reports or documents where the subsequent changes or uses, including changes or, uses made by state or local governmental agencies, are not authorized or approved by the licensed architect who originally signed the plans, specifications, reports or documents, provided that the architectural service rendered by the architect who signed the plans, specifications, reports or documents was not also a proximate cause of the damage;

  5. The request by the Department of Development to a licensed, registered or certified professional may be made by the Department of Development sending a registered letter to the licensed, registered or certified professional requesting his or her permission to duplicate the official copy of the plans and sending with the registered letter, a copy of the affidavit furnished by the Department of Development which has been completed and signed by the person requesting to duplicate the official copy of the plans. The registered letters shall be sent by the Department of Development to the most recent address of the licensed, registered or certified professional available from the California State Board of Architectural Examiners;

  6. The governing body of the city or county may establish a fee to be paid by any person who requests the Department of Development of the city or county to duplicate the official copy of any plans pursuant to this section, in an amount which it determines is reasonably necessary to cover the costs of the Department of Development pursuant to this section;

  7. The certified, licensed or registered professional’s refusal to permit the duplication of the plans is unreasonable if, upon request from the Department of Development, the professional does either of the following:

    a. Fails to respond to the local Department of Development within 30 days of the receipt by the professional of the request. However, if the Department of Development determines that professional is unavailable to respond within 30 days of receipt of the request due to serious illness, travel or other extenuating circumstances, the time period shall be extended by the Department of Development to allow the professional adequate time to respond, as determined to be appropriate to the individual circumstances, but not to exceed 60 days.

    b. Refuses to give his or her permission for the duplication of the plans after receiving the signed affidavit and registered letter specified above.
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