Keeping Cathedral City attractive and safe are several of the important functions of our code compliance department. Our experienced officers, led by Code Compliance and Development Manager Sandra Molina, are committed to enhancing the quality of life and increasing the property values within our beautiful city. Whether they are enforcing the municipal code, building code or providing information to our residents for issues such as hauling of debris or appliances, removal of inoperative vehicles, abatement of unpermitted structures or property maintenance standards; their goal remains the same – to provide the highest level of customer service while improving the standards in our city.
Starting Monday, January 13, 2020, our code compliance department will be operating seven days a week from 7 am to 6 pm. Often times, the code compliance officer must become the mediator between feuding neighbors. Neighbor A complains about the appearance of Neighbor B’s front yard as an example. The officers work to gather as much information as possible from both sides, evaluate the circumstances of the complaint, and then take appropriate action, if needed, to help rectify the situation. Code compliance can be reached at (760) 770-0309 or online at http://www.cathedralcity.gov/services/code-compliance-division.
(Pictured are (L to R) Annika Sanchez, Linda Human, Shawn Nitao, Sandra Martinez and Donna Ybarra)
Additionally, here are several important community resources you may also need to contact:
Agency Telephone Number
Police Department, non-emergency 760-770-0300
Burrtec Waste & Recycling 760-340-2113
Animal Control 760-343-3644
Coachella Valley Water District 760-398-2651
Desert Water Agency 760-323-4971
Fire Department, administration 760-770-8200
Graffiti Hotline 760-770-8286
Southern California Edison (Electric) 760-202-4228
Southern California Gas Company 760-674-0290