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New for 2022!
We are fortunate to have four new Code Enforcement Officers on board. This will allow us to better serve our County’s residents.
To define the boundaries, we have developed the officer’s regions of responsibility according to zip codes.
Please see the region assignments in the
Contact an Officer section of this webpage to determine the Code Enforcement Officer by zipcode you need to contact. The phone numbers listed are direct to the Officer’s desk.
You may leave a voicemail message by calling our general line: (530) 621-5999. The Division’s Admin staff will forward your message to the appropriate officer. If you wish to file a complaint, please use this link to access the
Code Enforcement inspections will be limited to those needed only for immediate health-life-safety issues and are subject to cancellation if a Code Enforcement Officer doesn't feel safe inspecting the issue. All inspections will be conducted with the Code Enforcement Officer maintaining social distancing of SIX feet or more.
Code Enforcement Officers will also be given Personnel Protection Equipment (PPE’s) for their protection and to reduce the potential transmission of COVID-19. Inspections may be canceled if PPEs are not available.
Administrative enforcement of the provisions of the El Dorado County Code and other applicable laws shall be limited to cases where:
Specific bona fide citizen complaints have been received, or
Where the violation occurs within the context of the county's oversight and approval of a project, or
Where the enforcement action is a part of a plan for the uniform enforcement of a provision of the El Dorado County Code or other applicable laws within the county.
No order to correct shall be issued pursuant to a citizen complaint until the Enforcement Authority has conducted an independent investigation and determined that there is good cause to believe that a violation has occurred.
El Dorado County Code Enforcement responds to citizen's complaints to protect the health and safety of residents. Though much of the information regarding a complaint is public information, the Complainant's information is kept confidential from the public. Anonymous complaints are not recommended .
Request for Administrative Hearing, VHR
Request for Administrative Hearing, other than VHR