Redondo Beach City Hall
415 Diamond Street, Door E
Redondo Beach CA 90277
Personnel and Contact Information Animal Services Supervisor: Lieutenant Wayne Windman
Animal Services Telephone Numbers Animal Services Office Telephone Number weekday business hours: (310) 318-0611
For Animal Services after business hours call the Police Communications Unit: (310) 379-5411
Office Hours Animal Services office hours are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. for your convenience.
City Hall and the Animal Services office are closed on alternate Fridays.
Please jump to http://www.redondo.org/cals/default.asp for a calendar with City Hall closure dates.
Animal Services officers perform the following services:
Identify and reunite stray animals with their owners when possible
Enforce barking dog and animal noise complaints
Patrol the City to deliver enforcement and care services
Respond to citizen complaints about animal issues
Pick up deceased pets
Enforce pet license and permit laws
Barking Dog Complaints
Municipal Code 4-24.502 prohibits excessive barking.
Your neighbor’s barking dog constitutes a violation of the law when:
The dog barks more than five minutes in any hour.
The dog’s barking is audible at the complainant’s property line.
No person shall keep or maintain, or permit the keeping of, upon any premises owned, occupied, or controlled by such person, any animal or fowl otherwise permitted to be kept which, by any sound or outcry, shall result in noise levels at the complainants property line which are audible for more than five (5) minutes in any hour.
Certain nondomestic animals must be permitted by the City of Redondo Beach.
You must have a separate permit for each nondomestic animal maintained in the City.
Redondo Beach Municipal Code 5-1.401 defines exotic nondomestic animals.
Nondomestic animals include any animal which is customarily kept for agricultural purposes including but not limited to chickens (including birds bred for fighting or other sort), ducks, pigs (including Vietnamese Pot Bellied pigs), goats, horses, cows, minks and ermines or other animals bred for fur, sheep, turkeys, geese.
How do I obtain a permit for my exotic or nondomestic animal
Request a permit application from the Animal Services Unit