Please be advised: Due to the ongoing pandemic and in order to minimize the spread of COVID-19, many services are being offered online and we encourage the use of our online tools. Our current office hours are Monday-Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm, closed 12:00pm to 1:00pm. The use of facial coverings will continue to be required at the counter for all in-person visits. For general questions, please email or call us and a staff member will respond as soon as possible.
Current Code Enforcement solicitations will be located here.
Code Enforcement Staff
Jeremy Strang, Tracie Clark, Rebecca Hill, Andrew Lester, Frank Knight, John Jacenich, Melanie Marquez
Public Counter Hours:
Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 4:00pm (closed 12pm-1pm)
Se Habla Español
PHONE: (530) 749-5455
FAX: (530) 749-5616
Appointments are strongly recommended - Code Enforcement officers spend a considerable amount of time in the field investigating your concerns and may not be available when you arrive at the office. It is recommended that you contact the officer to schedule an appointment.
Our Mission: The goal of Code Enforcement is to eliminate environments that create or support public health or safety hazards as well as promote a minimum standard of living throughout Yuba County while pursuing voluntary compliance with State and Local Code. In addition, we attempt to preserve a minimum standard of community living by battling blight and public nuisance conditions. Our desire is that property values maintain or increase generating continued County growth. Moreover, we hope that our efforts will enhance the enjoyment of people who live, work and visit within our communities.
Yuba County Code Enforcement serves the following communities:
- Browns Valley
- Clipper Mills
- District 10
- Loma Rica
- Oregon House
- Plumas Lake
Areas NOT served by Yuba County Code Enforcement:
- City of Marysville
- City of Wheatland
- City of Yuba City
915 8th Street, Suite 123