DEBRIS ON PUBLIC ROADS

 To report debris that has been dumped on a public road, it is important to first identify whether the section of road is within the city, or in the unincorporated area of Riverside County.

 

If the debris is located on a public road within the city, contact the Code Enforcement Department. If the debris is located on a public road within the unincorporated county, contact the County Public Works Department - Road Maintenance Division, at (951) 485-5840.

 

 

DEBRIS IN CREEKS

To report debris that has been dumped into a creek, call the Contra Costa Clean Water Program Hotline at 1-800-NO-DUMPING. Contra Costa County, nineteen of its incorporated cities and the Contra Costa Flood Control and Water Conservation District joined together to form the Contra Costa Clean Water program (CCWP). The CCCWP strives to eliminate stormwater pollution through public education, inspection, and enforcement activities and industrial outreach.

 

DEBRIS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY OR A VACATION LOT

If the debris is located on a public road within the city, contact the Code Enforcement Department, below. If the debris is located on private property within the unincorporated county, contact the County Building Inspection Department - Code Enforcement at (760) 863-8271, or the County Health Services Department - Environmental Health Division at (951) 485-5840.

 

TO REPORT OTHER VIOLATIONS

You may download the City of Desert Hot Springs' free app to report violations, myDesertHotSprings, in the Apple iTunes App Store, and the Android Market.

 

Click HERE to view a tutorial.

 

You may also contact

Emily Vera

(760) 329-6411, ext 269

evera@cityofdhs.org

 

or 

The Graffiti Hotline

(888) 562-3822

 

Browse other guidelines and relevant forms below:

 

Illegal Dumping

Unwanted Items

Code Compliance Documents & Forms

 

 

 

 

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