The Department of Public Works and Planning is responsible for the enforcement of County and State Ordinances and codes relating to parking, signs, weed abatement, health and housing codes.
One of the main goals of the Code Enforcement program is to bring to the attention of residential and business owners any existing ordinance or code violation which could have a negative impact on their neighborhood. Many such violations are referred to as "public nuisances." Through voluntary compliance, cooperation, and a spirit of personal responsibility for the well-being of our community, conditions which create these violations can be eliminated and the program will succeed in making the County of Fresno an even better place to live.
Code Enforcement personnel can be made available to attend neighborhood and organizational meetings to explain the program and assist citizens with improving their neighborhoods.
Code Enforcement Services:
Complaint Form: Report a violation to Code Enforcement by completing a violation complaint (MS Word or Adobe PDF,)
FAQ’s Click here to view Frequently Asked Questions.
Brochures: Click here for an informational pamphlet on:
The Neighborhood Beautification Overlay District
Fences in Residential Areas
Pets in Residential Areas
Administrative Fines: Click here for information on Administrative Fines (Title 1 chapter 1.13), and all County Ordinances.
Zoning Ordinance: Click here for Zoning Ordinance (use links in Table of Contents to download sections)
Our office hours are Monday through Thursday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Friday 8:30 a. m. to 12:30 p.m.
E-mail Zoning & Enforcement
Phone (559) 600-4550
NEW FAX Number (559) 455-4700