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Resolution No. 27-06
A filing fee of $150 must be paid at the time the appeal is filed. If the fee is not paid at the time the appeal is filed, the appeal is returned to the appellant with instruction that the appeal is not considered filed until the fee is paid.
Public Hearing for appeals must be scheduled and heard within 30 days after the appeal is filed. The Clerk selects the date of the hearing and sends a letter to the appellant informing him/her of the date of the hearing and the hearing procedures. [Online Fillable Form]
For lights on wooden poles contact Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) at 800-743-5000 or visit their website.
The Administrative Citation for the first offense is $250.00 per Richmond Municipal Code (RMC) violation, the 2nd Administrative Citation $500.00 per RMC violation, and 3rd Administrative Citation $1,000.00 per RMC violations OR the Officer can issue a Non-Compliance Notification in the amount of $308.00 ($243.00 for Inspection and Notice and $65.00 Re-Inspection). The City may also abate the violation at the property owners expense.
You also have the right to an Appeal which must be filed within the time frame given for correction. There is a cost to file an Appeal. A Hardship Waiver package can also be obtained from the Code Enforcement Unit.
If your Appeal is granted you will be notified of the date and time of Hearing.
Each owner of a premises shall start services within seven (7) days of the occupancy of a premises. If owner fails to start service, the collector shall give owner a written notification that such service is required. If service is not initiated within fifteen (15) days from the date of mailing of notice, then collector shall initiate and continue service for the owner.
It is the duty of every owner of any premises to maintain receptacles provided by the collector for receiving and holding all the solid wastes created or accumulated upon said premises between the times for the collection of the solid waste, and to deposit all such solid waste therein. All receptacles shall be kept in a sanitary condition at all times and shall not be placed within the limits of any street or other public place in the City, except that the owner of any premises shall place receptacles at the curb in a location reasonably convenient for semi-automated or automated collection on the regularly scheduled days established by the City or the collector for collection of solid wastes in the area.
Every owner of a single or multiple-family residential dwelling shall provide and keep receptacles of an adequate size and in sufficient numbers to contain, without overflowing, all the refuses generated by the dwelling residents within the designated removal period. The owner shall provide a minimum of one receptacle per family residential dwelling unit or the equivalent thereof as agreed between the owner and the collector pursuant to Richmond Municipal Code 9.20.170.
Contact Code Enforcement Administrative staff at 510- 620-6944 for additional information.
It is mandated by the Richmond City Code that businesses be licensed. We are currently undertaking a massive project to license those businesses that have not complied with these requirements. Please be a partner with your fellow Esteemed Richmond Businesses and the citizens of Richmond.
If you are licensed and paid in full, we thank you.If you are NOT licensed or paid in full, please come and see us.
ADULT LIBRARY PATRONS
• Current California driver’s license or California identification card with your name and residential address.*• I.D. from the Mexican Consulate with your name and California residential address.*• Patrons living outside of California can obtain a temporary library card that is good for 30 days. When they become California residents with the proper identification they can change from being a temporary patron to a regular patron.• Mail postmarked within the last 30 days with your name and current California residential address.*• Printed checks with your name and current California residential address.*• DMV change-of-address printout or card with your name and current California residential address.*• Temporary driver’s license with your name and current California residential address.*• Rent receipt or rental agreement with your name and current California residential address.*• Magazine mailed within the last 30 days labeled with your name and current California residential address.*• Post card from the Richmond Public Library postmarked within the last 30 days with your current California residential address.*
STUDENT LIBRARY PATRONS (Ages 13-18)
• A parent in attendance with acceptable identification (as stated above).• A post card from Richmond Public Library postmarked within the last 30 days with your name and current California residential address.*• Mail postmarked within the last 30 days with your name and current residential address.*• Report card with your name and current California residential address.*
CHILDREN LIBRARY PATRONS (Ages 12 and under))
• Patron must be able to print his or her first name (with no outside help).• Parent or guardian must be in the Library and have acceptable identification (see Adult Library Patrons).
ALL PATRONS (Adults, Students and Children
• Patrons must pay a fee of $1.00 for lost or replacement cards
*A Post Office Box address alone is not acceptable as identification. Richmond Public Library requires a P.O. Box address and a current California address.
How do I reserve the library meeting room?
Fees• Adult Guest Card to use the public PC. Free• Replacement library card $1.00• Print charge for printing from the public PCs. $ .10 per page for black and white prints, $ .40 for color prints
Other charges• Processing charge for lost or damaged books, videos, CDs, DVDs and cassettes. $10.00 per item• Processing charge for lost or damaged magazines $ 2.50 per item• Replacement charge for lost or damaged books, videos, DVDs, CDs, cassettes and magazines. Charged the list price of the item• Replacement charge for lost or damaged Link + materials $115.00 per item
Parks & Landscaping Division3201 Leona AvenueRichmond, CA 94804
Or call 510-847-5031
(2) When you hire a company to make repairs to your sewer or water line and all permits are obtained from the Engineering Division 510-307-8091 make sure pictures of the roots are taken and call 510-231-3075 to view the roots with the trench still open. You can then file a claim with the City Clerk's Office 510-620-6513 for reimbursement of costs.
If your vehicle was impounded for driving without a license, and had been previously towed for the same violation, it can be held in impound for a period of 30 days. You will have to contact the Records section at 510-620-6675, and you may have to speak with a detective to obtain a release.
To clear a warrant you can surrender yourself to any police department. You may be issued a citation with a court date or be held in jail with or without bail.
For further information contact the Personnel and Training Unit at 510-621-1267.
To obtain a restraining order contact the Contra Costa County Clerk’s Office in Richmond 510-374-3138 or Martinez 925-646-2950.
Public parking is available in the lot located in front of the building.
Check our webpage for the "Century of Service" page.
You can also call the West County Conflict Resolution Panel, which is made up of trained community service volunteers. This is a FREE service and will assist you in working toward mutual resolutions. The phone number is 925-687-8844 extension 301.
For a complaint: Submit a Service/Personnel Complaint Form. The form is available in the column at the upper left of the RPD Home page. This page must be printed out, filled in, and signed by the complainant. In the alternative, you may call the Office of Professional Accountability at 510-620-6664 or speak directly to the employee's supervisor.
A second area, the “inner perimeter” keeps officers and other emergency personnel out of the identified crime scene and helps protect evidence from being destroyed. All persons entering and exiting must be logged in and out. Once the Crime Scene Investigator and the Detectives have finished their investigation the area is re-opened to the public.
Every effort is made to reunite evidence and found property with its lawful owner. However, evidence determined to be relevant to an ongoing criminal investigation cannot be released until it has been determined if any charges will be filed with the court and/or a detective authorizes the release. Statutes of limitations also determine how long evidence can be stored. The longest an item can be kept is 99 years (homicide evidence) and the shortest is about 2 years. Every few years, the Property Technicians conduct thorough inventories of evidence and property. Evidence and found property that is unclaimed and in good condition is catalogued and sent to public auction. Any money derived from the sale comes back to the Police Department.
Awarding to the lowest responsive, responsible bidder limits our ability to develop business relationships with suppliers. Because of this, we maintain an arms length association with suppliers. This is one of the many ways we try to minimize corruption in public procurement. Our goal is to treat all suppliers the same.
You may expend considerable time and money in presenting your product to an individual department in the hopes of making a sale. If you do this, remember the purchase may eventually be made by competitive bid and be awarded to the lowest responsive, responsible bidder.
NEVER SHIP MATERIALS OR INITIATE ANY SERVICES, WITHOUT A PURCHASE ORDER NUMBER!
For more rental information, please call (510) 620-6793