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The Adopt a Park/Planter is a program offered through the City of Sanger Public Works Department. The program allows citizens, groups, and businesses the opportunity to contribute to the beautification of the City of Sanger. The City has 16 parks located throughout the City with various levels of amenities and landscaping. The City also has some planter areas located downtown that are available to be adopted.
Citizens, groups, and businesses may adopt a park or planter in which they plant and maintain the flowers/greenery. An entire park can be adopted or just particular area within parks such as playgrounds and basketball courts. With the adoption of a park or planter, you will be responsible for the maintenance of the area, litter removal, and the removal of any green waste.
The planter areas are located on the corners of or in front of businesses and parks. A majority of the planters are located in the Downtown area on 7th Street between O Street and Academy Avenue. The parks are located throughout Sanger.
Any of the following are welcome to participate:
There must be a designated responsible person over the age of 21 affiliated with the organization or individual in order to participate.
There is no cost to participate in this program. In order to participate in this exciting and rewarding program, you must first complete the Adopt A Park/Planter Program Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) (PDF). The form must be submitted to the Public Works Department (1700 7th Street). The signed form will be reviewed with staff members for each specific site and assistance and direction will be given prior to approval.
Fill out the Automatic Payment Authorization Form (PDF). You can also pick up a copy at City Hall (1700 7th Street).
Bring the following into our office so our staff can verify your identity and validity as an authorized signer on that account:
If your bank account is enrolled two days before the due date on your bill, your payment will be withdrawn the following month. If enrolled after the due date, your payment will be withdrawn two months later.
If your card is enrolled before the due date on your bill, your payment will be withdrawn the same month. If enrolled after the due date, your payment will be withdrawn the following month. Depending on your financial institution, you may see a $1 preauthorization hold to confirm the validity of your account. This preauthorization hold will drop off within 1 to 2 business days.
You will have to go through the same process as did you when you initially signed up. Please review the registration instructions for details. Once you update your bank account, it will automatically cancel your previous account.
If you registered using your credit card, you will receive an email informing you of the success or failure of your payment. If you registered using your bank account, you will be contacted via telephone only if your payment was not successfully withdrawn.
You will be contacted by phone or letter only if your payment was not successfully withdrawn.
It will look exactly the same; with the exception that there will be a new line added indicating that your account is enrolled in automatic payments and the date the automatic payment process will withdraw your monthly payment.
Yes, there is a return fee of $12.
No. If your payment is returned for any reason, the automatic payment service will be removed from your account. There will also be a one year waiting period before you can re-enroll.
You must contact our office two days before your automatic payment is withdrawn to stop the automatic payment process.
If enrolled using your bank account, you may at anytime bring in to our office a signed letter stating you would like to discontinue automatic payments. If you have more than one utility account, please specify which account you would like to stop automatic payments.
If enrolled using your credit or debit card, you can login to your profile at any time and stop automatic payments or bring into our office a signed letter stating you would like to stop automatic payments. If you have more than one utility account, please specify which account you would like to stop automatic payments.
Llene el Formulario de autorización ACH imprimiendo uno en nuestro sitio web en www.ci.sanger.ca.us o recogiendo uno en el Ayuntamiento localizado en 1700 7th Street, Sanger, CA 93657.
Traiga a nuestra oficina el formulario ACH lleno, su identificación oficial, es decir una identificación emitida por el gobierno, licencia de conducir, pasaporte, su chequera o un estado de cuenta bancario en donde nuestro personal pueda verificar su identidad y validarlo como un firmante autorizado de la cuenta.
Si su cuenta bancaria es suscrita dos días antes de la fecha límite de su cuenta, su pago será retirado el mes subsiguiente. Si se suscribe después de la fecha límite, su pago será retirado dos meses después.
Si su tarjeta es suscrita antes de la fecha límite de su cuenta, su pago será retirado el mismo mes. Si se suscribe después de la fecha límite, su pago será retirado el siguiente mes.
Dependiendo de su institución financiera, puede ver un cargo de preautorización de $1 para confirmar la validez de su tarjeta. Este cargo de preautorización se retirará entre 1 y 2 días hábiles.
Tendrá que realizar el mismo proceso que realizo cuando se registró por primera vez. Vea las instrucciones anteriores. Una vez que haya actualizado su cuenta bancaria, su cuenta anterior se cancelará automáticamente.
Puede iniciar sesión con su perfil en cualquier momento para actualizar la información de su tarjeta. La información de la nueva tarjeta será usada para retirar su pago si la actualiza antes de la fecha límite en la cuenta del mes actual.
Sí. Si está registrado, recibirá un correo electrónico informándole que su pago ha sido exitoso o falló.
Será contactado por teléfono o por carta solo si su pago no fue retirado exitosamente.
Se verá exactamente igual, excepto que habrá una nueva línea indicando que su cuenta está inscrita en el pago automático y la fecha en que el pago automático procesará el retiro de su pago mensual.
Sí, hay un cobreo de devolución de $12.
No. Si su pago es devuelto por cualquier motivo, el servicio de pago automático será eliminado de su cuenta. También habrá un periodo de espera de un año antes de que se pueda reinscribir.
Debe contactar a nuestra oficina antes de que el pago automático sea retirado para detener el proceso.
Si se suscribió usando su cuenta bancaria, en cualquier momento puede traer a nuestra oficina una carta firmada diciendo que desea discontinuar el servicio de pago automático.
Si se suscribió usando su tarjeta de crédito/débito, puede iniciar sesión en su perfil y cancelar los pagos automáticos, o puede traer a nuestra oficina una carta firmada diciendo que desea discontinuar el servicio de pago automático. Si tiene más de una cuenta de servicios, especifique para cuál cuenta quiere cancelar el pago automático.
Contact the City Clerk at (559) 876-6300, ext. 1350 or send an email.
Contact the City Clerk at (559) 876-6300, ext. 1350.
The City of Sanger has 4 Code Enforcement Officers.
The code enforcement process is typically initiated in a couple of ways:
Code Enforcement relies on residents to help identify possible code violations, such as:
To report a concern about a possible code violation Click here or call us 559-876-6300 option. 7
Please be prepared with specific information, such as the address of the property, a short description of the possible violation. Complaints may be made anonymously, however, this may restrict Code Enforcement's ability to do a follow-up on the complaint or our ability to obtain additional information that we might need to resolve the situation.
Code Enforcement tries to respond to all complaints within 24 hours, however, some situations that may arise that pose a serious risk to health and safety are given priority and may delay in responding to some complaints.
For all types of code complaints, the first step in addressing the complaint is an inspection by the officer to see if any code violations actually exist, and if so, a written notice will be sent. The process of each notice depends on the violation, some indicting more time than others but most written notices come with a courtesy, first and final notice. If the individual response for the violation appears unwilling to correct or comply, the officer will attempt to make contact before starting a citation process.
In most cases, the individual responsible for the code violation is given the opportunity to voluntarily correct the situation and comply with the code without any penalty. If the correction is not made, then the individual may be cited and administration fees assessed.
To report an abandoned vehicle, please click here.
A 72 hour tag indicates that a vehicle is:
1. Stored on the street with expired registration
2. In nuisance condition on the street. (Dirty, cob webs, flat tires, etc.)
Any vehicle that gets tagged needs to be completely removed from the street.
Trash cans need to be placed behind a fence or enclosure after trash pick up days. They may not be stored in the front nor the side of the property unless screened from public view.
In Sanger, we measure economic development by the improvement to the quality of life experienced by our residents. This is accomplished by constantly increasing the number and quality of jobs available, by preserving the environmental and social values that are important to the community, and by increasing the economic value of the community through the retention and growth of existing businesses, as well as the attraction of new businesses to the community.
Please contact Tom Navarro, Community Development Director.
The City of Sanger is committed to high-quality customer service, especially in the area of permit processing. Training City staff to respond quickly to requests has meant a faster turnaround time producing positive results within the business sector.
You can phone us at 559-876-6300. Our phone line hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. You can also come into City Hall (1700 Seventh Street), to the Finance public counter and sign-up for service in person. Read more about the utilities and water service.
Please contact Public Works at 559-876-6300, option 5.
Please contact the Finance Department, 559-876-6300, ext 1100. Read more about business licenses.
Complete the form and return to Sanger Fire Department at:601 W AvenueSanger, CA 93657
The required “Incident Report Request Form” must be completed and submitted to The Sanger Fire Department by either faxing to 559-875-6611 or emailing the Fire Department. Please allow approximately 7 to10 calendar days for processing. Should a report be available, the fee is $15. Checks can be made payable to the City of Sanger. For further questions, please contact Sanger Fire at 559-875-6568.
Sprinklers are required in many commercial buildings. Please call the Fire Departments Community Risk Reduction at 559-876-6389 to establish needs for your particular application.
Please call the Sanger Fire Department at 559-876-6389 or complete the form.
You can visit the Fresno County Household Hazardous Waste website or call 559-600-4259.
There is no burning within the City of Sanger. However, if you live in the County (outside of Sanger) then contact San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District for more information on allowable burn days. https://www.valleyair.org/Home.htm
Please call our Public Works Department at 559-876-6300.
Effective August 1, 2018, The City of Sanger’s Paramedic Billing is handled in-house. You can reach our Ambulance Billing Department at 559-399-8013 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The City of Sanger does not allow burning of any kind in the City limits. If you are outside of Sanger City limits, please refer to Air Pollution Control by calling 559-230-6000 or by visiting the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District website.
Currently, Sanger Fire Department maintains a fire protection class rating of “Class 3” through the Insurance Service Office.
View a brochure (PDF) with basic information on becoming a firefighter.
Carbon Monoxide is a colorless, odorless gas that is produced from heaters, fireplaces, furnaces, and many types of appliances and cooking devices. It can also be produced by vehicles that are idling.
They should be installed outside each sleeping area and on every level of the home including the basement. The manufacturers’ installation instruction should also be followed.
First and foremost, stay calm. As mentioned previously most situations resulting in activation of a carbon monoxide detector are not life-threatening and do not require calling 911.
To determine the need to call 911, ask the following question of everyone in the household:
If the answer to the above by anyone in the household is true, evacuate the household to a safe location and have someone call 911.
Both battery-powered and house current powered smoke detectors do a good job. Make sure the one you choose has been tested by a nationally recognized testing laboratory.
There should be at least one detector in every occupied bedroom and one on every floor of the house except attics unless the attic space is used for sleeping. Additional detectors will increase the chance of early detection.
Smoke detectors should be placed near bedrooms either on the ceiling at least 6 to 12 inches away from the wall or on the wall, 6 to 12 inches down from the ceiling. This allows the detector to sense the smoke as it approaches the sleeping area.
Battery operated detectors can be attached directly to the ceiling or wall. Wired-in electric detectors are somewhat more difficult to install and may require an electrician.
The notice is a courtesy reminder sent by the Fire Departments Community Risk Reduction Bureau to owners of vacant parcels within the City of Sanger reminding them that the cut down date is April 15th each year. Starting on April 15th, the Fire Department will be conducting inspections on the vacant properties. Properties not in compliance with the City Municipal Code and the California Fire Code will be issued a citation and an official Notice of Violation for compliance. After 10 days, if the lot is still not in compliance, the City of Sanger will have its contractor abate the problem and the property owner will be billed.
Yes. If you protest the code as it pertains to your parcel, or if you want to request an exemption from clearing the property at this time, you must submit the appeal in writing to:Sanger Fire DepartmentAttention: Weed Abatement1700 7th StreetSanger, CA 93657
Explain why it should be exempted. Parcels cannot arbitrarily be exempted.
The property will be cleared by the contractor and the property owner will incur all costs for the Abatement Procedure per Municipal Code 8.56.
The City's cost to clear a parcel will be high compared to what the cost would be private. The cost of city abatements is set by a contract agreement. An Administrative fee is then attached to the contractor’s costs.
At times, the records available are not always up to date. The notice is sent to the Owner of Record listed on the last county assessment roll. Please let Sanger Fire Department know immediately if you no longer own the property by calling 555-876-6389. Any new owner information is appreciated.
The lot may not have been included in the Annual Weed Abatement Program because records indicated that a change in ownership was recorded after the Notice of Violation was issued. To register a complaint regarding weed issues, please call Fire Departments Community Risk Reduction Bureau at 559-876-6389.
The Blossom Trail Run is held annually the First Saturday in March.
If you would like to register please visit https://runsignup.com/Race/CA/Sanger/SangerBlossomTrail10kRun .
You can pay by mail or online. If you pay by mail, make the money order/cashier’s check/personal check out to “City of Sanger” and mail to:City of SangerC/O Citation Processing CenterP.O. Box 10479Newport Beach, CA 92658-0479
No appointments are necessary. Walk-ins only. Read more about these services.
Yes. Please contact CSO Paul Welch at 559-875-8522 to make an appointment. Or you can fill out a Property Release Appointment Request Form.
When you come in for your appointment to get your property released back to you, please remember to bring photo identification. Learn more about retrieving property.
You can call our dispatch at (559) 875-8521 to report loud music.
You can come in to the Police Department lobby located at 1700 7th St. between the hours of 8:00 am - 12:00 pm & 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm, Monday - Friday to get your citation signed off. If you are not available during those times, you can contact our dispatch at (559) 875-8521 to request an Officer to sign it off.
You will need to come in to the Police Department Lobby between the hours of 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, we are closed for lunch from 12:00 - 1:00, Monday - Friday. We will only release to the Registered Owner of the vehicle. You will need to bring valid photo identification, 2 currently licensed drivers, proof of valid registration, proof of valid insurance and $100.00. Please also have the case number and/or vehicle license plate or VIN number available.
You can file a police report by coming in to the lobby of the Police Department or contacting our Dispatch at (559) 875-8521. If it is an emergency please call 9-1-1.
Yes you can remain anonymous. If you are speaking with a dispatcher or Officer please inform them that you wish to remain anonymous, or you can call our anonymous tip line at (559) 876-6300 ext. 5400.
If it is an emergency, dial 9-1-1. If it is not an emergency, you can contact our Dispatch at (559) 875-8521. Please be as detailed as possible when giving information to dispatchers.
To obtain a copy of a police report you will need to fill out a request for information form and turn it in to our Records Department. It can take up to 10 days to process the request after the form has been turned in. The cost of a police report is $5.00 for the first page and $1.00 for each additional page. For more information you can contact our Records Department at (559) 875-8522.
You must be at least 16 years old to do a ride along. Print out the Ride Along Form, fill it out, make sure it is signed and bring it in to the Police Department. Once your form has been processed, you will be contacted by the Watch Commander.
To report traffic signal outages or any other issues relating to the traffic signals Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m, please contact the Public Works Department by calling 559-876-6300, option 5.
For issues after hours, on the weekend or on holidays, please contact the Police Department by calling 559-875-8521.
Thank you for your assistance in helping keep Sanger a safe place to live, work, and play!
To report a Street Sign that has been damaged, please contact our Public Works Department by calling 559-876-6300, option 5. You may also send us notification online.
Please provide us with the:
Thank you for helping us keep Sanger a safe place to live, work, and play!
Locate your residence on the map and refer to the legend below to determine which day your trash will be collected.
Please be reminded that your cans should be placed at the curbside the night before to ensure collection. Actual time of pick up will vary.
The annual clean takes place the last Saturday in April and October.
The City of Sanger and Mid Valley Disposal Company observe Holidays throughout the year that will affect your regularly scheduled collection day.
The holiday schedule has been revised effective January 2016. Mid Valley Disposal has reduced their holiday schedule from 11 days down to only 3.
The following holidays will be observed which will delay your pick up by 1 day:
As a general reminder: please ensure that your trash receptacles are placed at the curbside the night before your regular pick up (and for sure by 5 a.m. on your pick up day
Please call 559-876-6300, option 1, to schedule a pickup or submit a request online. When submitting a request, please be sure to include the address of the scheduled pickup
Dispose of your Christmas Tree beginning in January. Start by removing all decorations, lights, and tree stand then cut into 4 ft. by 4 ft pieces and place in your GREEN waste container (lid must close in order to service).
Tree limbs cut into 4 foot lengths
Leaves and Lawn Clippings
Clean Wood (No oil, paint & nails)
Clean Auto Parts
ACCEPTED WITH EXTRA CHARGE
Flat Screen TV’s or Computer Screens: 30” or under
Flat screen TV’s or Computer Screens 30” and over
ONLY 4 TIRES PER HOUSEHOLD
$3 charge per tire will incur after the limit
NO TRUCK OR TRACTOR TIRES
(Tires must be up to 24”)
ITEMS NOT ACCEPTED
Cement or Concrete
Fluorescent bulbs and tubes
CLEAN UP EVENT ONLY FOR RESIDENTS WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS
Must provide proof of Residency
(Driver license or City Utility bill, 30 days Current, AT LEAST)
Location: Sanger City Yard- 333 North Ave.
Please bring items separated by material type (metal, wood, & trash, etc.)
Residents must bring items to location and help unload.
LIMIT TWO SMALL TRUCK LOADS OR 1 TRAILER LOAD PER HOUSEHOLD
Large Loads (at our discretion) will be directed to MVD on Elm Ave in Fresno to deposit their load.
For information on disposal, contact County
of Fresno Household Hazardous Waste at
The City of Sanger accepts compost and green waste at the City Corporation Yard. The Corporation Yard is located at 333 North Avenue (east of Academy Avenue - follow the signs).
The cost is $10 per load, i.e, half ton truck bed or trailer under 16 feet. There is no limit on the number of loads, and no appointment is necessary.
Acceptable materials include:
This service is available to residents inside the City limits and a current City of Sanger utility bill and identification is required.
You can prepay at City Hall (1700 7th Street) with cash, check or credit card.
You will receive a voucher per $10 fee prepaid. You must present the voucher to staff at the time of arrival at the Corporation Yard.
If you do not present a prepaid voucher, a $10 fee per load will be added to your utility bill.
Sanger Paint Supply, Inc, located at 730 N Street is our local drop-off center for used paint. For alternate locations, please visit PaintCare to search other locations near you.
We appreciate your assistance with keeping old paint out of our landfills - please do not dispose of any paint using your trash receptacles.
The City of Sanger trash and recycling service is contracted through Mid Valley Disposal who provide our residents sturdy, easy-to-use wheeled containers. On occasion, a wheel or lid may be damaged during use.
You can submit a request online for a repair or replacement container.
Please note: there is no watering Friday city-wide
No watering is permitted from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.
With the severe drought conditions in California and as the Sanger City Council has declared a Stage 2 of the City's water conservation program, permits for car wash fundraising activities have been temporarily suspended.
To report violations or water waste, please submit a report online or contact the Code Enforcement Division 559-876-6300, option 7.