WELCOME TO COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION (formerly Code Enforcement)
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Development and Resource Management Administration
2600 Fresno St
Room 3065
Fresno, CA 93721
559-621-8003
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The Community Revitalization Division is dedicated to providing effective public service through the enforcement of the City’s Housing, Zoning, and Public Nuisance Ordinances. The Division provides services to our community in order to enhance quality of life and improve the neighborhoods where we live, shop, work, and play. We are committed to serving our community in a safe, professional, and effective manner.

For more information about City Codes, please refer to: 
The Fresno Municipal Code

For information on how you can improve your neighborhood: 
TOP TWELVE VIOLATIONS
TWELVE WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD [Flyer]

Our Mission is to work with the community to resolve issues which impact the quality of life and the wellbeing of its citizens. 
Our Goal is to enforce policies and regulations that promote strong, vibrant neighborhoods and communities and to encourage the positive and orderly growth and development of our City. 
To this end, we strive to constantly evaluate the type of service, method of delivery, and resources needed to perform our duties. The pursuit of excellence and a commitment to customer service are of primary importance. 
We are accountable to the community we serve. Integrity, fairness, and compassion are practiced in all our endeavors. Our value to our community is measured by the fulfillment of these commitments.

Core Business Objectives and Initiatives – WHAT WE DO:

 PUBLIC NUISANCE ISSUES
Public Nuisances affect everyone and are typically visual blight issues that cheapen our quality of life, our standard of living, and property values.

Abandoned Vehicle Abatement
Illegal Dumping
Open and Vacant Structures
Waste Tire Abatement
Weeds and Tall Grass Abatement

ZONING ISSUES
Zoning issues vary from simple fence violations that can detract from quality of life to complex high risk developments that can threaten Life, Health, and Safety.

Recycling and Solid Waste Facilities
Fences
Use of SIGNS
Waste Tire Abatement

HOUSING STANDARDS
Substandard buildings and structures pose significant threats to Life, Health, and Safety for occupants as well as the rest of the public. All building systems: structural, electrical, plumbing, mechanical, zoning, public nuisance, and habitability are required to meet minimum standards.

Multi-Family Residential Standards
Open and Vacant Structures
Vacant Foreclosed Property
Lead Paint Abatement/Reduction


COMMUNITY OUTREACH AND EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES
The Division has numerous public education brochures, along with presentation to be given while speaking at various group meetings.

Please call Community Revitalization at 621-8400 or use our on-line reporting system.

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