Public Prosecutors Accepting Electronic Service of Notices
Notices of violation may be served electronically on designated district attorneys and city attorneys that are listed below. (Cal. Code Regs., title. 27, § 25903(c)(1).) For district attorneys and city attorneys that are not listed, and for the Attorney General and other notice recipients, notices of violation must still be served by first class mail or in any other manner that would be sufficient for service of a summons and complaint under the California Code of Civil Procedure.
District attorneys and city attorneys that have authorized electronic service, and their electronic mail addresses, are listed below. The Attorney General’s Office will update the electronic service list on an as-needed basis. It is the responsibility of the noticing party to use the most current version of the electronic service list on the date of service.
When serving a notice of violation electronically, include in the subject line the name of the noticing party and “Proposition 65 Notice of Violation” or words to that effect (e.g., “Prop 65 NOV”). Attach the notice of violation as a .pdf file. You must receive a notice of receipt from each office for service to be complete. In the event you do not receive a notice of receipt, it is your responsibility to follow up with that office to verify receipt in order to effect service via this method.
See the complete regulatory text concerning service of notices of violation.
Contact the Attorney General’s Proposition 65 Coordinator if you have questions.
Authorized Public Prosecutors