West Hollywood Sheriff's Station

(310) 855-8850
780 N. San Vicente Bl. West Hollywood, CA 90069

The LASD West Hollywood Station provides law enforcement services for the City of West Hollywood and the unincorporated Universal CityWalk.

West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station

(310) 855-8850
780 N. San Vicente Bl. West Hollywood, CA 90069

Sub station at Universal City

Phone: (818) 622-9539
1000 Universal Studios Bl., Bldg 4505M
Universal City, CA 91608

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Updated Information


Station Parking Enforcement

The primary Mission of Parking Enforcement Detail (PED) is to ensure the residents of the unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County are provided with expeditious vehicle movement to help alleviate parking congestion, improve the availability of parking choices, and to assist the communities in addressing all parking related matters.

PED shall protect and with fairness, apportion scarce parking spaces for all legitimate vehicles by insuring those who violate parking regulations are properly addressed through the California Vehicle Codes (CVC), the Los Angeles County Vehicle Codes (LACoVC) and other various municipal codes.

For more information, view our Parking Enforcement Information Handouts:
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Each Los Angeles County Sheriff's Station has a Parking Enforcement unit. Please visit the Stations page to find your local Sheriff's Station.

Station Locations

Please visit the LA county Sheriff's Department Pay by web site.

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Public Works Los Angeles County

To contact the proper Sheriff's station for your parking concerns and to send an email request for service; first determine who services your address by entering the area location address and click the "Find" button.

Additional Information and Links

Frequently Asked Questions

New Process for Visitor Parking Permits.

Effective Monday, February 1, 2021, visitor parking permits will no longer be available at the West Hollywood Sheriff Station.
Visitor permits may be acquired at the Kings Road Garage or online through the City’s Permit-by-Plate self-service portal

To report a life threatening emergency, dial 911.

To report any other crime activity, contact the West Hollywood Station at (310) 855-8850.

Send Anonymous Tip To TIPLA

(Tips are not received directly by the West Hollywood Station. Do not use this for emergency situations.)

Tipsters now have the option of texting us tips through their cell phone. The process is completely secure and anonymous and is a very effective and efficient means of safely communicating with us in today’s world.

1 – Text “TIPLA” plus your message” to CRIMES (274637)

2 – Upon reception of a tipster’s first incoming message, the system will auto-reply with a confirmation containing their unique Tip ID.

3 – To submit follow-up information, the tipster simply replies. Nothing else is needed.

4 – All follow-up tips and even your replies from the application are written under the original parent record and shown threaded and date/time stamped in the narrative. The session may be terminated by the tipster texting STOP into the system at any time or by you manually selecting the “Terminate Thread” button from within the application.

Text STOP to 274637 to cancel.

Text HELP to 274637 for help.

* Msg & Data Rates May Apply

Click here for the West Hollywood City Map that shows our jurisdiction within the city.

Find a nearby policing agency based on address.

Our station is also responsible for the Federal Building located at 11000 Wilshire Boulevard. Note: Routine law enforcement conducted by the Federal Protective Police.

  • The sidewalks on both sides of the street along Wilshire Boulevard in front of the Federal Building are Los Angeles County jurisdiction and are policed by the West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station.