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The Dublin Zoning Ordinance addresses a wide range of topics related to the permissible use of private property, including: permitted and conditional land uses within established zoning districts, business signs, vehicle and RV parking and storage, residential yard and building setbacks, building and fence heights, home businesses (a.k.a. Home Occupations) and accessory storage sheds or other structures in yards.
The Property Maintenance Ordinance addresses nuisance type issues that are visible from a public street and have usually gone on for some time such as: failure to dispose of trash in a timely manner, household items stored outdoors, garbage and debris accumulation, hazardous and/or unsightly conditions on private property, including unkempt properties.
You can discuss these Ordinances further with a Code Enforcement Officer at (925) 833-6610.
Residential Fence, Wall and hedge Regulations
For more details or a diagram, please contact the Planner on duty in the Planning Division at (925) 833-6610.
Call the Planning Division at (925) 833-6610 for more information on chain linked fences.
Please contact the Planning Division prior to constructing an accessory structure.
Residential Accessory Structures Brochure
Residential Auto Repair Regulations Brochure
For more information as to what type of Home Occupations are allowed, please refer to Zoning Ordinance Section 8.64.040 or contact the Planning Division at (925) 833-6610.
Home Occupation Regulations Brochure
Heritage Tree Ordinance Brochure
Applications are typically approved over the counter on the same day that the application is received.
Temporary Promotional Sign Regulations
When you call to file a complaint, be prepared to give the address of the property and the problem and/or condition that exists. Once a complaint is received, a site visit of the property will be conducted, usually within a week. If any violations exist, the owner and/or tenant of the property will be contacted and compliance will be requested. If required, a letter is sent to the property owner/tenant stating the nature of the violation, the specific ordinance section, and requesting compliance within a certain time period.
The amount of time that the owner/tenant is given to correct the violation depends on the type and severity of the violation. A follow-up visit to the site will be made to determine compliance or correction of the violation. Additional actions will be taken for continual non-compliance such as issuing written warning notices, holding a public hearing, and issuing a citation to appear in court.