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Community Development and Services Agency

Kevin Mallen, Director

915 8th Street, Suite 123, Marysville, CA 95901

(530)749-5430  Fax: (530)749-5434

e-mail: CDSA@co.yuba.ca.us





Are you interested in volunteering to make a difference for Yuba County parks?

Job Description


Application

You can submit your volunteer application by mail or in person at 915 8th Street, Suite 123, Marysville, CA 95901
or email to
publicworks@co.yuba.ca.us




  Camp Fire

On the morning of November 8, 2018, the Camp Fire erupted in Butte County near the community of Pulga. High winds, low humidity, and extremely dry vegetation fueled the fire in a south westerly direction at a high rate of speed into the town of Paradise. At least 85 individuals lost their lives and more than 18,000 structures were destroyed. 13,972 of the total number of structures destroyed were dwellings. The Fire caused 53,000 individuals to be evacuated, many of which are now displaced and without homes. The devastating impacts will not fully be known for years.

The Community Development Director and Code Enforcement Manager have created a policy to temporarily modify the enforcement of camping regulations in the unincorporated area of the County for the purpose of housing survivors of the Camp Fire. This modification is necessary due to the devastating impacts of the Camp Fire and large number of individuals and families that are displaced. This policy will expire on October 31, 2019.

 

Click here to view a copy of the policy. Should you have any further questions regarding this please contact our office at (530) 749-5440

 

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Marijuana Cultivation Ordinance - Personal Use Ordinance Requirements, effective May 4, 2017
                Click
Here for more details 


ExpressTrak Permitting -
An alternative that offers a swift review of certain permit types.
    Click Here for more detail. 
 

Power Hour - Take advantage of CDSA's commitment to the public "Power Hour".

   

Please have the Property/Site Address or Assessor Parcel Number ready for all CDSA inquiries.

 

Many members of our staff are in the field; inspecting, enforcing and educating our community all day long.  To ensure that the needs of the public are met our staff is committed to provide the required department resources at the CDSA Front Desk from 8am - 9am, daily.

 

Outside of the 8am to 9am "Power Hour" members of the CDSA staff are available to assist with:

    • new project applications

    • building permits

    • road complaints

    • scheduling meeting times with staff members outside of the "Power Hour"

    • the pick up of completed permits from will-call

    • code enforcement complaints

Our office is open from 7:30am - 12noon and from 1pm - 5:00pm, daily (Monday through Friday)

 

Yuba County Community Development and Services Agency would like to know your opinion.  A service questionnaire is available HERE and your feedback will help us provide the best possible customer service.

Community Clean-Up Event:                                                                

  • Yuba County's 18th Annual Coastal Cleanup Event
    will be on Saturday, September 15, 2018 9am-noon
          More Details
 

Agency Commitment

CDSA strives to improve the overall quality of life for our residents and fiscal health of our businesses by coordinating the orderly growth and development of the County, providing proper implementation of related regulations, and providing operation, maintenance and expansion of Public Works infrastructure to ensure the public health and safety of county residents and businesses.

 

 

 

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