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Code Compliance has New Contact Numbers for Ramona, Highway 78 Communities

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Aug. 6, 2013


Residents who live in the “Highway 78” corridor — Ramona, Julian, Shelter Valley, Borrego Springs and communities to the north — now have new contact numbers for the County of San Diego’s Code Compliance services.

People in those areas can now direct their questions and issues to the County’s office in San Marcos, rather than in Kearny Mesa.

The new contact numbers for Code Compliance for those Highway 78 corridor communities are:

  • Complaint Hotline: (760) 940-2893
  • Fax line: (760) 940-2994
  • Email:
  • Mail Address: 151 E. Carmel St., San Marcos, Ca. 92078.

Code Compliance is also changing its operating hours at its Ramona storefront office, which is located inside the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department offices at 1424 Montecito Road off Main Street.

Ramona residents can walk in to visit the storefront anytime between the hours of 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Mondays and Thursdays, or by making an appointment, which can be arranged between the hours of 6:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. Mondays through Friday by calling (760) 940-2893.

Transferring Highway 78 services from the Kearny Mesa to San Marcos office is expected to make County Code Compliance’s service even better for the public. The San Marcos office is physically closer to Highway 78 communities and typically fields fewer code compliance calls than the Kearny Mesa office.

Code Compliance is a division of the department of Planning & Development Services. It helps keep neighborhoods in the unincorporated county safe and livable by responding to citizen’s complaints and educating the public about things including: public health, safety, public nuisances, consumer protection, building standards and land-use regulations.