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Filming on private or public property requires a film permit.
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This is a tricky question as the greater Westlake Village area, when it was originally developed, spans these two counties. However, the answer is straightforward enough: if you reside in the incorporated area of the City of Westlake Village, you are located in Los Angeles County, and if you reside in the Westlake Village section of Thousand Oaks, your residence is in Ventura County.
You may register by completing a Los Angeles County registration-by-mail form available at City Hall or online at https://lavote.net/home/voting-elections. Please call the Los Angeles County Registrar/Recorder’s Office at 562-466-1310.
The City newsletter is published twelve times a year and mailed to all residents in the City of Westlake Village. Hard copies are available in City Hall and online versions of the newsletter are available on the website. The City also produces an award winning video newsletter available on the City's website.
Information on submitting claims are located under the City Clerk or use this link: Claim Form | Westlake Village, CA - Official Website (wlv.org)
You will find a downloadable form, that you can complete, print and sign. You may mail or deliver your completed form to the City.
You may also contact the City Clerk at 818-706-1613.
Applications to hold a special event on public property in the City of Westlake Village can be found on the link below.
The Westlake Village Library offers free wifi access. User will need a free LA County Library card and a user pin number. Please call the Library for more information, 818-865-9230.