SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR FILMING IN THE BEL-AIR AREA
The area included in these special conditions is bounded on the south by Sunset Blvd., on the east by Beverly Glen
Blvd. and on the west by Sepulveda Blvd. The northern boundary is the north end of the north/south streets
excluding Roscomare Rd. and Stradella Rd. Addresses on these two streets under 2000 are within the Bel-Air Area.
The map attached to these conditions shows the included area. Violations of these conditions may result in
permit revocation or other administrative action.
The Special Filming Conditions described below will be included in the terms and conditions of permits issued for filming in this area
and are in addition to the standard terms and conditions applicable to filming permits generally. While these Special Filming
Conditions will be included as terms if a permit for filming in this area is issued, they are not intended to, and do not, establish the
criteria or standards for determining whether or not a particular permit (or permits) will be issued for this area. The decision whether
or not a particular permit (or permits) will be issued is vested in the discretion of the appropriate City or County department or their
designees (including FilmL.A., Inc.), to be exercised consistent with public health, safety and general welfare, and applicable landuse
• Affected residents within 500 feet of the filming location must be notified at least five (5)
days in advance of the first day of filming or the first day of substantial set preparation.
The affected area shall be any residence within 500 feet of any production activity
(including equipment parking, catering, and cast/crew parking). Due to the topography of the area,
those distances may include residences on other streets to the rear or side of the film site.
Permit request must be submitted to Film LA at least five (5) days in advance.
• The Bel-Air Association must be notified of all filming within the time frame indicated in #1 above.
The current contact at the Association is:
• Cast and crew may not park on area streets. Off street parking must be provided for personal vehicles.
• Many streets in the area are narrow and winding, and may not accommodate the parking of large
vehicles, even when legal parking exists. FilmL.A. may request a parking plan and Film LA monitor if there is any
question as to the streets ability to safely accommodate production equipment. At least one
police officer is required whenever production vehicles, including catering trucks, are parked on the
street. Off street parking is strongly suggested whenever possible.
• Meals provided by production companies must be consumed in an area out of public view.
• Noise created by the generators on certain vehicles such as honey wagons and motor homes
must be kept to a minimum. Failure to adequately control such generator noise will require that the
offending generator be stopped or filming terminated. It is suggested that equipment with especially
noisy generators be powered instead by the main generator.
FilmL.A. 12/2005 Bel-Air