Sacramento County Building Inspection and Plan Check Services 4101 Branch Center Rd, Sacramento, CA95827 The Branch Center Road office of the Sacramento County Building Inspections Department deals solely with private…More development projects in the unincorporated areas of Sacramento County. The office issues building permits and provides field inspections. It also certifies plumbers. Credit card payments made here are subject to a 2.5 percent fee.
The Bradshaw Road office of the Sacramento County Department of Parks and Recreation serves as the dispatch center…More for park rangers. This office office sells permits for park picnics and activities, as well as annual park passes.
This location also serves as the lost and found for county parks. Found items are kept here for 30 days, then given to the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department.
The main office of the Sacramento Area Sewer District is a place for the public to come with questions and concerns…More about their sewer service, and the office also issues permits for sewer work. Developers and homeowners building or upgrading their sewer lines can come to this location for a permit.
Bills cannot be paid at this location, however. Sewer bills can be paid at the Consolidadted Utility Billing and Service office at 9700 Goethe Rd.
The Sacramento Area Sewer District serves the unincorporated areas of Sacramento County, Citrus Heights, Rancho Cordova and Elk Grove, as well as portions of Folsom and portions of the city of Sacramento. If customers have sewer problems or sewer overflows, they are encouraged to call the district for free diagnostic. The district's 24/7 question and problem hotline is 916-875-6730.
The district also has a 10-member board of directors consisting of elected officials from the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors and every city the district serves. That board meets on the second and fourth Wednesday of every month at the County Board of Supervisors Chambers, 700 H St.
The Sacramento County Consolidated Utility Billing and Service office, located just off Bradshaw Road, provides a…More place for county residents to pay water, sewer, trash and stormwater drainage bills. It's also the place to ask questions about those services or the bill associated with; it also serves as a call center for those departments.
Questions on utility services or bills can also be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Sacramento Metropolitan Fire Department's Station 64 is nestled in a residential neighborhood just off La Riviera…More Drive. The station is staffed by two firefighters and one advanced life support medic/fire engine.
The station is run by the Sacramento Metropolitan Fire Department, which serves Rosemont and more than 400 square miles in Sacramento and Placer Counties, including the cities of Citrus Heights and Rancho Cordova. The department was formed by a merger in 2000, and is headquartered at 2101 Hurley Way.
The department's non-emergency number is 916-859-4300, and plan checks and inspections can be scheduled by calling 916-859-4330.
The Sacramento Metropolitan Fire Department's Station 54 is located on a residential street just off South Watt…More Avenue. The station is staffed by three firefighters and one engine company.
The station is run by the Sacramento Metropolitan Fire Department, which serves Rosemont and more than 400 square miles in Sacramento and Placer Counties, including the cities of Citrus Heights and Rancho Cordova. The department was formed by a merger in 2000 and is headquartered at 2101 Hurley Way.
The department's non-emergency number is 916-859-4300, and checks and inspections can be scheduled by calling 916-859-4330.
Sacramento County Public Defender - Juvenile Division 9591 Kiefer Blvd, Sacramento, CA95827 The Sacramento County Public Defender represents juveniles in delinquency cases who cannot afford an attorney. The…More Public Defender's Office also represents adults in other cases, and has more than 100 attorneys on staff. Those attorneys usually have significantly more experience than most private lawyers. Juveniles who are represented by public defenders have been charged with felonies or misdemeanors.
Sacramento County Superior Court: Juvenile Courthouse 9605 Kiefer Blvd, Sacramento, CA95826 The juvenile court on Kiefer Boulevard is Sacramento County's only location for juvenile delinquency hearings. Cases…More also heard here include non-traffic infractions and misdemeanor citations, such as curfew violations or hit-and-run incidents. Pretrial hearings are held here for cases where juveniles are tried as adults. Visitors can also pay fines and file documents for juvenile cases.
The Administrative Services office of the Sacramento County Probation Department is staffed by the people who keep…More the department humming on a day-to-day basis. The staff oversees adult and juvenile offenders granted probation by the Courts. The building contains offices for internal affairs, policy and compliance, administration, fiscal management and human resources, among others.
Sacramento County Department of Revenue Recovery 4100 Branch Center Rd, Sacramento, CA95827 The Department of Revenue Recovery is Sacramento County's collection agency. It offers a place for residents to pay…More debts owed from court orders, probation costs, food stamp over-issuance, utility bills and other reasons. The Branch Center Road location is currently under construction, but signage points the way to the well-staffed customer service window. Payments can be made by cash, check, money order, American Express, Discover Card, MasterCard, Visa, electronic check or debit card. Citizens can pay online at http://www.drr.saccounty.net or mail payments to: Department of Revenue Recovery, PO Box 1086, Sacramento, CA 95812.