The Code Enforcement Division enforces Municipal, Zoning, and Building Codes on public and private property throughout the City. Code Enforcement works to administer a fair and unbiased enforcement program, improve the overall appearance of the City, and works with residents, neighborhood associations, public service agencies, and other City departments to facilitate voluntary compliance with City codes.

Have a code complaint?
Submit your complaint online or call the 24 hour Code Enforcement Hotline at (916) 774-5501.

  
Public Nuisance and Applications, Forms, and Handouts

  

   
Parking in Residential Front and Street-side Setbacks
The City Council has adopted an ordinance to prohibit parking on residential landscaping. More information is here.

Sign Ordinance
Under Chapter 17 of the Roseville Municipal Code, the City has implemented sign regulations. Please refer to the brochure links to the right for additional information regarding signs in Roseville. If you have any questions regarding permitted signs and sign regulations, contact the Planning Department at (916) 774-5276.


Is your sign missing?
If your sign was placed within the public right-of-way (sidewalk, street, easement, center median, or any other area which is owned by the City), a City official may have confiscated it. If you believe your sign was taken and would like to retrieve it, contact Code Enforcement at (916) 774-5332.

Public Nuisances
Under Chapter 10.54.020 of the Roseville Municipal Code, the City has the authority to enforce and abate public nuisances.

Long-Term Boarded and Vacant Buildings
Under Chapter 16.34 of the Roseville Municipal Code, the City can impose a penalty on owners of long-term boarded and vacant buildings which are not under repair or actively offered for sale, lease or rent. The City also has an Ordinance for the Abatement of Sub-standard Buildings.

Abatement of Substandard Buildings
Under Chapter 16.35 of the Roseville Municipal Code, the City can provide a just, equitable and practicable method to abate sub-standard buildings. Buildings or structures which from any cause endanger the life, limb, health, morals, property, safety or welfare of the general public or their occupants, or which constitute a public nuisance, may be required to be repaired, vacated or demolished.

Obstruction of Sidewalks/Streets
Under Chapter 13.28 of the Roseville Municipal Code, it is unlawful for any person to perform any type of construction, or to place an encroachment of any kind, within the public street right-of-way without first having obtained an encroachment permit to do so from the city engineer of the city.