Solana Beach Code enforcement services relocated

Some of the services that used to be handled at the Solana Beach Fire Department were moved to City Hall on March 1.

Most of these operations fall under code enforcement, said Assistant City Manager Wende Protzman. Those who wish to apply for permits and pay fees on, among other things, taxi, massage and code complaints can now do so at City Hall on Tuesdays from 9 to 11 a.m. They can also make appointments for tours, recycle plastic bags and learn more about the Community Emergency Response Team, or CERT, program.

Protzman said the move came due to the fire department joining with those of Del Mar, Rancho Santa Fe and Encinitas. She said the services and hours are exactly the same as before, just in a new location. For more information call Wende Protzman at (858) 720-2439.

— Jonathan Horn

Related posts:

  1. Man credits CERT in life-saving act
  2. Cities enter joint-fire management services agreement
  3. Solana Beach fire station holds open house
  4. CERT prepares for fire season
  5. Fire code consolidation targets unincorporated areas

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