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On May 4, 2020, the Yuba County Health Officer issued a new order that continues to limit activities to reduce the spread of COVID-19.  This new order allows for an increased number of activities and business operations to take place that are considered lower risk from a health perspective provided Social Distancing and Business Operations Protocols are followed.  The lower risk businesses includes allowing all construction and agriculture operations, provided protocols are followed. 

 In response to the order and to provide our customers with services to support the allowed operations, Community Development and Services Agency has increased the number of services available to the public. 

 Beginning May 4, 2020:

  • CDSA will be available to process all Building, Environmental Health, Planning, and Public Works permits related to construction
  • CDSA main phone lines will be answered Monday – Friday between 8am-12pm and 1-4pm.
  • In compliance with the order, we are limiting face to face interactions as much as possible and encourage continuing use of our online tools
  • For business activities that cannot be accomplished using our online resources, appointments can be made by calling 530-749-5430
  • We remain committed to provide our customers with the best possible service during the COVID-19 Health Crisis


Code Enforcement Staff
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Jeremy Strang, Tracie ClarkRebecca Hill, Andrew Lester, Frank Knight, John Jacenich, Melanie Marquez

Public Counter Hours: 
Mon-Fri: Per COVID-19 Operational Protocol    
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PHONE: (530) 749-5455
FAX: (530) 749-5616 
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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. 

Jeremy Strang, Building & Code Enforcement Manager
915 8th Street, Suite 123
Marysville, California 95901