No. Open burning for fire clearance is not allowed by the Air Quality Management District and the Fire Department.
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If you received an Abatement Notice and you no longer own the property listed, please contact the Code Enforcement Division at 951-302-4144. Property owner information is provided to the City by the Riverside County Assessor’s Office and notices are sent to the Owner of Record listed on the last county assessment roll.
To change property owner information, contact the Riverside County Assessor’s Office at 951-955-6200.
As the current owner of record, you are still legally responsible to comply with all local ordinances. Contact Code Enforcement with your updated information.
Property owners must maintain the easements within their parcel boundaries.
Your property could be subject to fines, forced abatement, and liens placed on the Riverside County tax roll. It is more cost effective for you to hire your own contractor to complete weed abatement.
The price for City abatements are set by a contract agreement and will include additional administrative fees. By hiring your own contractor, you can reduce your costs.
Yes. It is the property owner’s responsibility to maintain abatement throughout the year and especially during Fire Season (Typically from April through November).
Using a reputable internet search engine is one way to find a weed abatement contractor. You may also reference a public contractor list maintained by the County of Riverside at the following link. Please note that this list is not an endorsement by the County of Riverside or City of Temecula in any manner and is only presented as a public convenience.