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What we do!

 

Consistent with the City’s mission statement of making Wildomar a safe and active community with responsible growth and quality infrastructure while keeping a hometown feel. Code Enforcement strives to promote that mission by maintaining a safe and desirable living and working environments for all throughout the city. Our goal is to help maintain and improve the quality of our community by administering fair and unbiased enforcement of State laws and local ordinances to correct violations and reduce hazards that create blight and adversely affect the quality of life of our residents.

 

Do your part to make Wildomar a better place!

 

You can easily improve the quality of life in your neighborhood, and improve our community and reduce your risk of a code violation by simply eliminating the following common violations:

 

  • Maintain your vehicles in proper operating condition with current registration tags 
  • Do not store junk, trash, or debris in or around your property or vehicles
  • Do not let weeds grow in or around your property or under or around your vehicles 
  • Non-operable vehicles must be fully enclosed on private property and out of public view
  • Before you build or start any construction, always check with City staff for building permit requirements
  • Maintain good relationships with your neighbors and work together to solve problems before conflicts arise
  • Municipal code violations and illegal land uses (City of Wildomar Municipal Code http://qcode.us/codes/wildomar/?view=desktop)

 

What we don’t do!

 

While code enforcement is dedicated to make Wildomar a better place, please keep in mind there are some things we cannot resolve, such as:

 

  • Violations of Homeowner Association rules or violation of deed Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions 
  • Determine the location of property lines or resolve property line disputes between neighbors
  • Mediate or regulate blocked private views
  • Tree roots/branches encroaching onto your property or that are causing damage to your fence or structure
  • Short-term vacation rental disputes 


Report a Violation

CLICK HERE TO REPORT A CODE VIOLATION

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Code Enforcement

Phone: (951) 677-7751 ext. 214

Email: codeenf@cityofwildomar.org

Administrative Citations

  1. How do I pay for the citation?
    • Send in a check for the amount in the envelope attached to the back of the citation (Please put the citation # on check)
    • Pay online with credit card at www.citationprocessingcenter.com ($3 convenience fee)
    • Pay by Phone: Call (toll-free) (800) 989-2058. Payments can also be made using VISA, MasterCard, Discover or AMEX 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
    • Do Not send in cash
  2. Where do I send the check to?
    • City of Wildomar Code Enforcement Division Citation Processing Center
      P.O. Box 7275
      Newport Beach, CA 92658-0479
  3. How many days do I have to pay the citation?
    • Payment must be made within 20 days. Failure to pay within the specified time frame may result in a notification to the State Franchise Tax Board.
  4. How do I appeal the citation?
    • Send in a written request to appeal the citation within 20 days of the issuance of the citation. Include a check for the full penalty amount or the appeal will not be accepted.
  5. How many days do I have to appeal the citation?
    • 20 days from the issuance date

6.      Payment Plan Options (California State Legislature AB 503, AB 2544 “indigent”). To submit an indigent payment plan request, please visit the Citation Processing Center You will be required to provide Proof Of Indigence.

Parking Citations

  1. How do I pay for the citation?
    • Send in a check for the amount in the envelope attached to the back of the citation (Please put license # & citation # on check)
    • Pay online with credit card at www.citationprocessingcenter.com ($3 convenience fee)
    • Pay by Phone: Call (toll-free) (800) 989-2058. Payments can also be made using VISA, MasterCard, Discover or AMEX 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
    • Do Not send in cash
  2. Where do I send the check to?
    • City of Wildomar Code Enforcement Division Citation Processing Center
      P.O. Box 10479
      Newport Beach, CA 92658 -0479
  3. How many days do I have to pay the citation?
    • Payment must be made within 21 days. After this a penalty may be assessed. Also DMV may withhold vehicle registration renewal if payment is not made.
  4. How do I appeal the citation?
  5. How many days do I have to appeal the citation?
    • 21 days from the issuance date

6.      Payment Plan Options (California State Legislature AB 503, AB 2544 “indigent”). To submit an indigent payment plan request, please visit the Citation Processing CenterYou will be required to provide Proof Of Indigence.