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1 - Lake County Disclosure (Adobe Acrobat File)
County wide disclosure. Updated on Jan 28, 2019.

2 - Right to Farm Disclosure (Adobe Acrobat File)
Lake County is a Right to Farm community. Realtors should use this form with all transactions. The need to record has been removed but this signed form should remain with other documents that are signed as part of the transaction.

Creating a Defensible Space (Adobe Acrobat File)

Hidden Valley Lake Chromium Disclosure (Adobe Acrobat File)
As of April 2016 Hidden Valley Lake has sent notice to home owners regarding levels of chromium in the drinking water.

Lake County Cannabis Regulations (Adobe Acrobat File)
This document has links to the County, City of Lakeport and City of Clearlake Cannabis ordinances.

Lead Based Paint Rules (Adobe Acrobat File)
The EPA issued the Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) rule in 2008 which requires contractors, property managers and others who perform renovations for compensation in residential houses, apartments, and child-occupied facilities built before 1978 to be trained and certified as renovators and to use lead-safe work practices. Click on the title to learn more.

Low Flow Low Flush (Adobe Acrobat File)
There are areas within Lake County that require low flow shower heads and low flush toilets per County Ordinance 2291. Homes in these area require certification prior to close of escrow. For further details contact Lake County Special Districts at 263-0119.

National Flood Insurance Program
Click on link to see amendments to the National Flood Insurance Program. Some home purchasers may be required to carry flood insurance when the building is located within a designated 100 year flood zone. The Water Resources Department provides the following information upon request: 1) confirmation of whether a property is in the Special Flood Hazard Area and additional flood insurance data. The Water Resources Department can be contacted at 263-2344.

NOT FOR RENT FLYER (Adobe Acrobat File)

Ordinance Draft Hazardous Vegetation (Adobe Acrobat File)
Draft as of 2/19/2019.

Rebuilding After a Wildfire (Adobe Acrobat File)

Right to Farm Update (Adobe Acrobat File)
In May of 2014 the Lake County Board of Supervisors approved changes to the Right to Farm Ordinance. The disclosure no longer has the requirement to be recorded, however real estate agents still need to get the disclosure signed and it should remain with their files along with other documents used in the transaction. A notice of the Right to Farm will now be sent with each year's tax bills and supplemental tax bills. The attached describes the changes.


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