Pet homeowners in all unincorporated areas in Los Angeles County, and sure collaborating cities inside the county, will get a break on late charges if they’re renewing pet licenses and in addition for brand new licenses, from April 15 to June 30 because of Los Angeles County Division of Animal Care and Management.
The division understands that some pet homeowners could have delayed renewing or buying a brand new pet license since their household’s revenue could have been affected by financial points because of the COVID-19 pandemic over the past yr.
Pet homeowners who reside in these collaborating cities in Los Angeles County could apply for a late charge waiver: Agoura Hills, Azusa, Carson, Inglewood, Irwindale, La Habra Heights, Maywood, Palmdale, Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills Estates and Walnut. A listing of unincorporated areas within the county could also be discovered right here: bit.ly/3uNHwpt
As well as, the division’s seven animal facilities will provide a free microchip for non-microchipped pets licensed throughout the time interval. Microchipping — establishing possession and an ideal support in reuniting a misplaced or stolen pet with their household — is required in all unincorporated areas and in addition in lots of cities in Los Angeles County.
The seven facilities are in Agoura (29525 Agoura Street, (818) 991-0071), Baldwin Park (4275 N. Elton St., (626) 962-3577), Carson/Gardena (216 W. Victoria St., Gardena, (310) 523-9566), Castaic (31044 N. Charlie Canyon Street, (661) 257-3191), Downey (11258 S. Garfield Ave., (562) 940-6898), Lancaster (5210 W. Ave. I, (661) 940-4191) and Palmdale (38550 Sierra Freeway, (661) 575-2888).
Facilities are open by appointment solely. Click on on the Animal Care Facilities tab to seek out every middle’s e-mail for appointments: animalcare.lacounty.gov/#
Entry pet licensing information: animalcare.lacounty.gov/
Questions on licensing, (562) 345-0400 or ship an e-mail to email@example.com