No. Anyone is free to park their vehicles on their private property as long as they are operational and rated for residential-zoned parking.
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No. Public Works coordinates the removal of couches, mattresses, and other large items from City owned alleys and rights of way. To report items for pick up, contact Public Works at (951) 332-6464.
The Sheriff’s Department is solely authorized to cite or impound vehicles parked in excess of 72-hours on public streets. Please call them at (951) 776-1099.
No. Anyone is free to park their vehicles on any City right of way as long as they are operational and rated for residential-zoned parking.
No. Advertising vehicles for sale on public streets is considered a form of free speech. It has been determined to be in violation of the United States Constitution for the City to prevent persons from selling vehicles on the street by advertising them with signage.
There is a specific process established by the City's municipal code to designate areas for permit parking. For more information, please contact Traffic Engineering at (951) 332-6464.
The Jurupa Valley Municipal Code currently does not have an ordinance that addresses Christmas or other holiday lights or yard décor.
Generally speaking, walls and/or fences are not required between private properties unless one of the properties has a swimming pool. For issues regarding the property line, we recommend you hire a private surveyor to determine where the property lines are. If there is a discrepancy, it would be a civil matter between the two property owners.
This is not a Code Enforcement issue. It is a civil matter between the two property owners.
Please contact the Public Works Department at (951) 332-6464.
No. There are no codes or other rules that regulate the paint color of house exteriors.
No. Southern California Edison is responsible for maintaining electrical power or utility lines. If there is vegetation growing in to the power lines that needs to be trimmed, please call (800) 655-4555. To report an object that is caught in power lines, please call (800) 611-1911.
No. Any violations within mobile home parks are investigated by the Mobile Home Ombudsman’s office at the California Department of Housing and Community Development. Complaints may be filed online.
This is a civil matter between you and your neighbor. The City does not regulate the placement of trees or how big/tall they grow.
Please contact Public Works/Engineering at (951) 332-6464 to find out whether or not they have a permit for the work being done.
No. Code Enforcement regulates land use and aesthetics/property maintenance. Rental issues and landlord/tenant disputes can be addressed by contacting the Fair Housing Council at (951) 682-6581.
For permitting inquiries, please call the Building Department at (951) 332-6464.
No. Once reported to Code Enforcement, the property owner will be notified to have the items removed.
Please contact Public Works/Engineering at (951) 332-6464 for information on the code and restrictions pertaining to containers.
This would be considered a public disturbance, and needs to be addressed by the Sheriff Department (951) 776-1099.