The Code Enforcement program works with residents, property owners, and business owners to mitigate and resolve negative impacts in the City of Temecula. Through voluntary compliance and cooperation, our Code Enforcement team works towards resolving negative conditions to ultimately make the City of Temecula an even better place to live.
Reporting a violation
There are 3 easy ways to report a possible code violation.
If you are uncertain that a code violation has occurred, feel free to contact us.
Temecula Municipal Code
Other Enforcement Agencies
Animal Friends of the Valleys (formally LEAF)
Storm Water Drain Information
City of Temecula Public Works NPDES
Federal Aviation Administration
Investigates Low-flying aircraft complaints (including hot air balloons)
Department of Environmental Health
Regulates retail food stores and food service establishments
California Division of Occupation Health and Safety (CAL/Osha Program)
Enforces California's occupational and public safety laws
The Contractors State License Board
Regulates contractors and investigates complaints against contractors
Fair Housing Council
Investigates, mediates tenant/landlord rights and responsibilities
Bureau of Automotive Repair
Regulates automotive repair facilities
• Upon receiving a complaint, a code enforcement officer will inspect the site to confirm the alleged violations.
• The officer will contact the property owner to explain the problem and suggest solutions.
• The property owner is then given time to resolve the violation.
• While most property owners comply after the first notification, those who do not receive additional notices or citations.
• Problems are addressed in a confidential, friendly, and understanding way.
Common Code Enforcement Violations