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City of Perris

Code Enforcement Division

The Code Enforcement Division is responsible for performing field inspections of properties to ensure compliance with applicable building, zoning, safety, nuisance codes and ordinances. Code Enforcement Officers conduct both proactive and reactive inspections of property to insure compliance with these standards. It is the goal of the Code Enforcement Division through public education to direct your attention to any existing code violations, which could have a negative impact on your property, neighborhood and the City of Perris as a whole.

Mission Statement

Making the City of Perris a safe, healthy and fulfilling place to live and play by providing outstanding public service.

NON- Emergency concerns can be submitted via the City of Perris app (Apple and Android)

E-mail complaints to:

Code Enforcement Staff

Daniel Soares, Senior Code Enforcement Officer

Al Rojales, Code Enforcement Officer II

John Parker, Code Enforcement Officer II

Stephanie Carrillo, Code Enforcement Officer I

Jeffrey Robinson, Code Enforcement Officer I

Kimberley Esteva, Code Enforcement Officer I

Learn more by selecting a topic below:

  • To Report a Concern

    There are five ways to report a concern:

    1. Report a violation online.
    2. Complete the online Complaint Form.
    3. Call Code Enforcement directly at (951) 385-4131.
    4. Send a letter or an inspection request form to our office explaining the problem, or
    5. Visit us in person and talk to our Code Enforcement staff.

    When reporting a concern, please be prepared to give the address of the subject location. This information is important for processing your complaint without delay. It also allows us to search for current enforcement action, violation history and property ownership prior to investigation.

  • Handouts and Forms

  • Quick Links

  • Yard Sale Permits

    To legally hold a yard sale in the City of Perris, you need to purchase a Yard Sale permit. To learn more about the city code governing yard sales, see Perris Municipal Code Chapter 5.3. If you hold a yard sale without a permit, you can be cited for a code violation.

    Yard Sale permits are for residents within the City limits of Perris only. County residents do not need a permit.

    You can obtain a yard sale permit at Perris City Hall during normal office hours (Monday -Thursday  8 a.m. – 6 p.m.).

    To purchase a yard sale permit...
    You will need a valid Drivers License or Identification card. If the address on your Drivers License or Identification card is not current, you will also need to bring proof of current address (ex: utility bill) that has your name.

    The cost of the permit is $7 (or $15 prepaid for three permits to be used before 12/31 of that year) and we accept cash, debit, Visa, and MasterCard.

  • Social Service Outreach Program (SWAG)

    The City of Perris is devoted to providing the best assistance possible to address all aspects of homelessness.

    The SWAG team is made up of individuals who have a solid foundation in social services. Their expertise is in program design and implementation of direct services to those at-risk of being homeless and the chronically homeless.

    For more information please call 1(833) SWAGORG – 1(833)792-4674 or visit their website at:

  • Street Sweeping (CR&R)

    CR&R incorporated environmental services offers a comprehensive street sweeping program assisting our City in complying with the requirements of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES).

    Here you can find information about your Street Sweeping Schedule:

    Holiday Schedule

    Sweeping operations may not occur during inclement weather (e.g. heavy rain and high winds). Please call CR&R at 951-943-1991 on inclement weather days to receive updated information.