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The City of Newark Community Preservation Division operates under the Community Development Department. The Community Preservation Division is comprised of one full-time and one part-time Community Preservation Specialists who are responsible for enforcing the provisions of the Newark Municipal Code and various other related codes and policies. To meet this obligation we obtain compliance through intervention, education, and enforcement. We strive to partner with the community in enforcing neighborhood property maintenance standards, as it is our goal to help maintain property values and create a healthy, aesthetically pleasing community in which to live, work, and play.
At a minimum, the City needs the following information to investigate your complaint:
- The location of the violation (street address)
- A brief description of your complaint
- Your name, address and a contact information where you can be reached
Your personal contact information will not be disclosed to anyone and will be kept confidential to the fullest extent allowed by law.
To report a violation please contact:
of the Newark Municipal Code (NMC) provides that no portion of any required front yard or required street side yard shall be used for the parking, storage, construction, repair, maintenance or accumulation of vehicles, equipment, lumber, building materials, appliances, household goods, furniture, discarded items, trash, garbage, garbage receptacles, debris, trimmings from lawns, shrubbery or trees or any other objects not customarily and directly related to landscape treatment. In addition to detracting from the aesthetics of the neighborhood, this type of storage can be an attractive nuisance to children and may become a home to rodents and other vermin.
For information on how to dispose of large bulky items, contact Republic Services at (510) 657-1350..