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What is the Residential Rental Inspection Program?
The Rental housing Inspection Program is intended to assure that rental housing units in the City are maintained in a safe and habitable condition and comply with all codes and standards applicable to rental housing. The City will inspect each rental unit every two years. If the property is in compliance with applicable codes and standards, a certificate of compliance shall be issued to the property owner. For more details, contact the Residential Rental Inspection Help Line at 510 690-8261 or via email.

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1. Who is responsible for obtaining the building permit?
2. How can a reputable contractor be located?
3. What is the Residential Rental Inspection Program?
4. Who do I call to complain about an animal nuisance?
5. Who do I call if I think construction work is being performed without required permits?
6. How do I report graffiti? Who is responsbile to remove graffiti?
7. How do I report an illicit discharge?
8. What does the Code Enforcement Officer mean by "poor property maintenance"?
9. Who do I report Pool Maintenance concerns to?
10. What are "illegally placed signs"?
11. What is an "Unpermitted living Space"?
12. Who do I call to complain about vehicles parked on the street for too long?

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