Neighborhood Services Quick Reference
Recommendations on What to Do About a Neighborhood Problem
If possible, first talk to your neighbor or property owner and ask for their cooperation. Then - if your "Good Neighbor" effort fails, call the City and:
- Give the exact location of the problem (street address and house number, nearest cross street).
- Give specific description of the problem.
- Give your name, address, and telephone number.
- Identify the specific problem or nuisance.
- Who do I contact for information about Auto Dismantling?
- Where can I store Campers, RV’s, Boats and Trailers?
- Where can I park cars or trucks?
- Who is responsible for Street Trees?
- What do I need to know about fences?
- How does Vegetation Management reduce wildfires?
- Is there a limit on garage/yard sales?
- What is the Residential Parking Permit Program?
- What do I need to know about basketball hoops on streets or sidewalks?
- How do I report Street Lighting, Traffic Signals and Traffic Signs?
- Who is responsible for sidewalk maintenance?
- How can I report Trash Dumping?
- How do I report Junk Accumulation?
- How do I report illegal storm drain dumping?
- What is the purpose of the Industrial Waste Discharge Permit?
- How do I report Water Theft?
- Why does a home business need a Home Occupation Permit?
- Who do I contact for animal control?
- Who do I call about dead animals in the public right-of-way?
- How can I report loud parties?
- What can I do about Solicitors?
- How can I report a Neighborhood Crime?
- What is Neighborhood Watch?