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The Code Compliance team provides services to residents in the unincorporated communities of San Diego County which ensure safe, sustainable communities and preservation of our natural resources. We respond to requests from residents to investigate concerns and educate the public about County codes in order to gain voluntary compliance.

Code Compliance investigates the following:

  • Storage of solid waste
  • Removal of abandoned, inoperable and junk vehicles
  • Construction without building permits
  • Grading without a permit
  • Clearing brush and vegetation without a permit
  • Businesses not allowed to be operated out of a residence
  • Storage of commercial vehicles on residential properties
  • Too many animals
  • Animals being kept in pens too close to a property line
  • Noise
  • Graffiti
  • People living in trailers and RV’s
  • Prohibited signs

Code Compliance does not investigate the following; however, contact information is provided for your convenience:

  • Rats, mice, flies – Environmental Health, Vector Control 858/694-2888 or
      vector@sdcounty.ca.gov
  • Green pools – Environmental Health, Vector Control  858/694-2888 or
      vector@sdcounty.ca.gov
  • Public swimming pools – Environmental Health  858-505-6903
  • Apartment complex complaints – Environmental Health 858-505-6903
  • Dumping waste along roads – Public Works Road Services
  • Street signs/road visibility issues – Public Works Road Services
  • Animal manure in a watercourse – Department of Public Works, Watershed Protection
  • Dog waste-Animal control Services 819-767-2675
  • Too many roosters-Animal Control services 619-767-2675
  • Grading or structures in a watercourse - Public Works Watercourse Protection
      858-694-3165
  • Dust and air pollution -  Air Pollution Control District
  • Mobile Home and RV Parks – Environmental Health
         North County 760/471-0730
         East County 858-565-5173
  • Civil issues between neighbors such as boundary line disputes, trees or other vegetation hanging over property lines, or private road easements.
  • Conditions and requirements found in private CC&R agreements
  • Lack of general private property maintenance such as lawns in need of mowing, trees/shrubs trimming and, buildings and fencing in need of paint.