CONDITIONS FOR FILMING
ON THE 6200
& 6300 BLOCKS OF ORION AVENUE
Orion Avenue is a frequently filmed block in Van Nuys with
quaint cottage style homes. The following conditions have been crafted to
provide a balanced use of the community for location filming. VIOLATION
OF ANY OF THE CONDITIONS OUTLINED BELOW 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 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. The
decision whether or not a particular permit (or permits) will be Issued Is
vested In the discretion of the appropriate City or County departments or
their designees (including the Entertainment Industry Development
Corporation/Los Angeles Film Office) to be exercised consistent with
public health, safety and general welfare, and applicable landuse
Notification will be done by the Los
Angeles Film office (LAFO) using the approved notification form.
Permit requests must be submitted to the LAFO at least three (3) days in
1. Frequency of filming shall be limited to 14 days per
calendar year at any one residence.
2. Affected residents must be notified at least two (2)
days In advance of the first day of filming or the first day of any
substantial set preparation.
3. Companies may request posting on one side of Orion
Avenue only for a total of 400 feet. Posting on Erwin Street will be
limited to the south side of the street starting 200' east of Orion
Avenue. Parking of equipment is prohibited in front of 6224 Orion
4. No weekend or holiday filming.
5. Filming will be limited to only one company per day on
6. Trash and refuse must be removed from the area
immediately after filming activities are completed.
7. Production companies may not arrive in the area prior
to 7:00 a.m. and must depart no later than 10:00 p.m.,
is obtained from the Los Angeles Film Office and the approved times are
indicated on the permit.
8. Cast and crew may not park on area streets.
Off street parking must be provided.
9. To ensure compliance with the permit conditions, an
offduty/retired police officer, authorized to work location filming
assignments, and solely responsible to the LAFO, will be assigned by the
Los Angeles Film Office.
This officer will arrive at the designated
location one (1) hour prior to the permit start time, to ensure proper
arrival time, and remain with the production company during all filming
related activities to ensure permit compliance and proper departure time.
Any violations of the permit conditions or law not enforced by the
officer will be reported to the LAPD Personnel Department.
Note: Any variance from the above conditions
requires signature approval from a majority of residents on the 6200 &
6300 blocks. Signatures must be obtained in accordance with the
approved Los Angeles Film Office survey process.