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No. Inoperable, unlicensed, wrecked, or dismantled vehicle or vehicle parts may only be stored in an enclosed building (garage, shed, etc.). Vehicles must be capable of operating legally on the roadway in order to be parked outdoors.
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Yes. Although your name, address, and phone number are required on the complaint form, your personal information will not be released to the public, unless court-ordered by subpoena, under state law. Click to download our Complaint Form.
Yes. A permit is required for all residential yard sales, garage sales, or estate sales. The cost of the permit is $20.00. Each permit is valid for up to 3 consecutive days. You must wait 30 calendar days before holding another sale. No more than 4 yard sales per calendar year will be allowed at the same address.
Click here for Yard Sale Regulations.
Click here for Submittal Options and Yard Sale Permit form.
Per Hemet Municipal Code Sec 90-77 you may have up to 3 dogs and/or 4 cats, over the age of 4 months. The types and quantity of other animals are determined by the zoning and size of your property per the Animal Regulations and Keeping Requirements Matrix per Hemet Municipal Code Sec 90-77 (g). For questions regarding specific zoning of an area or animal regulations and keeping requirements, please contact the Planning Division at 951-765-2375 or PlanStaff@hemetca.gov for further information.
The Ramona Humane Society provides animal control services for the City of Hemet. For assistance please contact Ramona Humane Society Animal Control Services at 951-487-6565 or visit Ramona Humane Society for additional information.
Yes. Article XI of Chapter 14 of the Hemet Municipal Code addresses the maintenance, security, and rehabilitation of abandoned or vacant properties. A beneficiary, or beneficiary’s agent shall register a property with the City’s Community Development staff, on forms provided by the city, and pay the appropriate registration fee.
Click here for the Vacant / Foreclosed Property Registration Packet.
Vehicles may only be displayed for sale on private residential property, on a paved driveway.
No commercial vehicle shall be parked on any downtown or residential-zoned street, or residential-zoned property or unless for the purposes of loading or unloading. Trailers shall not be disconnected. No overnight street parking is allowed City wide per Hemet Municipal Code Section 78-107.
No. Vehicles may not be parked on any front yard, lawn or unpaved area except during the time the vehicle is being washed, and once complete it must be moved to an appropriate location to park.
Currently registered vehicles, including non-motorized vehicles between 22 and 40 feet in length, may be parked in the side or rear yard setback area when screened by six-foot high solid fencing. The parking area is not required to be paved, but the area shall be maintained free of weeds, junk and debris.
Vehicles may be parked in any one spot on the street for no more than 72 hours without moving. The vehicle must be operable, currently licenses/registered and parked legally. If a vehicle is found to have not moved or suspected to be inoperable for over 72 hours and is parked on the street, please call the Hemet Police Department to report the location, make, model, color and license plate of the vehicle. Hemet Police Department 951-765-2400.
If the dump site is located in the gutter or on the sidewalk, please contact Public Works 951-765-3712. If the dump site is set back further onto a property/ in a vacant field, please contact Code Compliance at 951-765-2339 or email@example.com.
The City does not handle neighbor disputes or civil matters that do not violate codes adopted by the City. For example, fence repair or property line disputes, tree roots or branches encroaching onto private property and/or causing damage to a fence or structure. These types of situations are a private matter between two property owners, and the City has no jurisdiction. Residents are urged to establish good relationships with neighbors and work together to solve such problems.
The City has been made aware of a violation that is present at your property and the Notice of Violation is meant to advise you to correct the issue by the date listed at the bottom of the page. A Code Officer will conduct a follow up investigation on or after the Compliance date listed to verify if the violation has been corrected or not. If you have any questions or need an extension of time to correct the violation, please contact the Code Compliance Officer at the phone number listed at the bottom of the notice.
The City has previously issued a Notice of Violation to the property owner and found that the violation has not been corrected within the time limit and now a citation with fee has been issued against you with a new follow-up investigation date. If the violation has not been corrected by the new follow-up date, additional citations may be issued by the Officer with increasing penalty fees. Please follow the directions on the back of the citation for directions on how to pay the fee or visit our Citation Processing Center.