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You can register your dog for a dog license at:City Hall600 E A StreetDixon, CA 95620
The following documents are required: rabies vaccination certificate or Solano County renewal notice if rabies are still current, and spay / neuter certificate if applicable. Dog licenses will be mailed to you from PetData after registration. If you have any questions, please call 877-242-8408 or visit PetData.
If you see a deceased or stray animal, please call Humane Animal Services at 707-449-1700.
We strongly encourage that you talk with your neighbor about your concern before contacting the Code Compliance Division. In most cases, contacting the property owner and notifying them of the nuisance will resolve the problem. Let the property owner know how this problem is directly affecting the neighborhood. Explain your point of view and see if a compromise can be reached. Most property owners will listen and respond to your concerns; they too have a vested interest in the appearance of the neighborhood.If you find that your attempts to resolve the nuisance have failed, please call the Code Compliance Division at 707-678-7070. Although voluntary compliance is the objective, involuntary abatement actions will be taken if necessary.
Code Compliance investigations can be initiated on a complaint basis. It is the City of Dixon’s policy to make every effort to keep the complainant's information anonymous. However, the reporting party must provide their name, address and phone number before any action will be taken.When filing a complaint, please provide:
To report a complaint, call 707-678-7070 Monday through Thursday, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. or send an email to Christina Gojkovich.
According to the Dixon Municipal Code, 9.01.040, it shall be the duty of the owner, and of responsible party occupying or having charge of control of any parcel of land, improved or unimproved, to maintain such parcel of land free of any nuisance and/or nuisance conditions at all times. The same responsibility extends to the public rights-of-way or public land, related to any vehicle, vessel, structure, machinery, container, refuse, debris or other item found to be or having been under the charge or control of a property owner, responsible party, or last registered or documented owner. Any owner or responsible party shall be responsible for the removal or correction of any nuisance or nuisance conditions and the costs for such removal or correction.
Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs) are generally recorded by a developer upon construction of a sub division and homebuyers may be required to agree in writing to the CC&Rs upon purchasing the home. The City is not party to the agreement and does not enforce CC&Rs. Complaints involving violations of the CC&Rs should be addressed to the respective Home Owner’s Association.
Contact the Compliance Division prior to the re-inspection date and they may provide you additional time to make the corrections provided you have made some progress towards compliance and the violation is not an immediate health and safety hazard.
You can always contact the Compliance Division to find out the status of your complaint. Code Compliance strives for voluntary compliance from the responsible party; this may include extensions in time to gain compliance. All legal processes must be followed and exhausted prior to any direct abatement action taken by the City.
Garage sale permits can be obtained from the Police Department during regular business hours. The cost is $7.50.
To report an abandoned vehicle on the street, please call the Police Department at 707-678-7080.
To report an abandoned vehicle on private property, please contact the Police Department Code Compliance Division at 707-678-7070.
Bicycles can be registered online at www.frontlinepss.com/dixonpolice.
If you are going out of town, you may complete a request for a house watch at www.frontlinepss.com/dixonpolice. This is not a guarantee for service. The beat officer in your sector may drive by as necessary when available. If you are experiencing suspicious activity in your neighborhood, you can contact dispatch using the 24-hour non-emergency phone number 707-678-7080.
If the person was an adult, and they were not released on a citation, then they were taken to the Solano County Jail located at: 530 Union AvenueFairfield, CA 94533For inmate information call 888-506-4215.If the person was a juvenile, and they were not released on a citation, then they were taken to the Solano County Juvenile Hall located at: 740 Beck AvenueFairfield, CA 94533 Phone: 707-784-6570 (Administration)
You can view the Solano County Sheriff’s Department Sex Offender website. You may also read more about Megan's Law on the California Megan’s Law website.
When a crime is in progress, and it is an emergency, call 911 and provide the dispatcher with as many details as you can. An officer will be dispatched to the incident, and a report will be taken as soon as the emergency is over.If you need to report a crime that is not an emergency, you can call our non-emergency phone number 707-678-7080, and the call taker will take the information. A police officer or community service officer will respond and take the report in most cases. Who responds is decided by the call-taker, based on the information you provide. Remember that emergencies take priority over non-emergencies, and delays may occur in handling non-emergency reports.
For traffic collisions accidents, you can obtain a copy of your report through crashdocs.org.
For other reports, you may request a copy in the following ways:
in person at the front counter of the police department,
via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or
via mail at
Dixon Police Department
Attn: Records201 W A StreetDixon, CA 95620
Include with your request your name, the case number, your involvement or the involvement of the person you are representing, your address and daytime phone number.
GC6254 states we have 10 days from the date of the request to respond to the subject requesting a copy of a police report. The 10 days begins when we receive the request.
Copies of police reports are $0.05 per page after 20 pages.
Different types of property are held for different lengths of time.
For instance: “Found Property” is held for a period of 90 days unless it is claimed by the owner. “Safekeeping Property” can be held for 60 days. “Evidence” items are held until such time as they are no longer needed for trial or the statute of limitations expires.
Statutes of limitations vary depending on the seriousness of the crime. Additionally, some items can be released pursuant to a court order or authorization from the District Attorney.
In most cases you will receive notification from the Evidence Office staff of the releasablity of your property. It is important that you keep your address current with the DMV as that is the most common means used for contacting you. You may call the Evidence Office at 707-678-7070 to inquire about the status of your property or notify them of an address change.
Property is released by appointment only to the legal owner of the property. Legal picture I.D. will be required at the time of the release (driver’s license, state identification card, military I.D. or passport).
No. Never drive to the left of these lines unless you are: Turning left at an intersection. Turning into or out of a private road or driveway (California Vehicle Code 21460 a / d).
The bumper of a parked vehicle cannot extend into any portion of the rounded corner of an intersection. If there are “No Parking” “No Stopping” signs no portion of the car may stop along the curb beyond the pole the sign is mounted on. It is illegal to park within three feet of a sidewalk ramp for disabled persons or in front of or on a curb which provides wheelchair access to a sidewalk. This applies at all curbs adjacent to the school (California Vehicle Code 22500 l).
No, a loading zone is simply that. When the vehicle is unoccupied or not in the process of being loaded or unloaded, it is considered parked (California Vehicle Code 21458 a).
Yes, it is legal to cross mid block or at an unmarked crosswalk as long as it is done safely and does not impact the flow of traffic. It is not recommended that pedestrians cross any street if a crosswalk is within close proximity or crossing guards are present (21954 a California Vehicle Code).
Yes, if, there are no other vehicles approaching within 200 feet and there is a clear, unobstructed view (California Vehicle Code 22103, 22105).
Depends, if, the door can be opened reasonably safe and can be done without interfering with traffic, and only for a period of time necessary to load or unload passengers (California Vehicle 22517).
No. A driver of a vehicle shall not enter an intersection or marked crosswalk unless there is sufficient space on the other side of the intersection or marked crosswalk to accommodate the vehicle driven without obstructing the through passage of vehicles from either side (California Vehicle Code 22526).
If you allow your child to ride their bicycle to school, make sure they wear their bicycle helmet correctly and properly secured. Also teach your child to follow bicycling laws i.e. riding on the right-hand side of the road (same direction as traffic), stopping for stop signs, and a maximum of one occupant per bicycle.
Teach your child how to cross the street by using the crosswalk and looking in both directions for traffic. When appropriate, use the crosswalks that are staffed by crossing guards.
Abide by all traffic laws. Remember the speed limits in school zones are 25 miles per hour when children are present (regardless of the posted speed). Drive cautiously in school zones, children often do not pay attention and may run in front of vehicles. Buckle up yourself and your children.
Please abide by all parking zones in and around the school; they are strategically placed for you and your child's safety. Especially, do not park in or obstruct a handicapped parking stall (the violation is $280).Do not leave your child unattended in your vehicle; temperatures can exceed 125 degrees within 6 minutes.
Do not park within 6 feet (prolongation of the curb line) of a fire hydrant. The fine is $105. The curbs are not required to be painted red.
You may come to the police department lobby at 201 West A Street, Monday through Friday, between 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Please be prepared to provide your vehicle’s license plate number, VIN number, or a case number to assist the Records Section in locating the associated paperwork in a timely manner.Vehicles are only released to the registered owner on file according to the California Department of Motor Vehicles. You will need a valid California Driver’s License, the vehicle registration and any applicable fees to obtain the vehicle. Transfer of ownership through DMV for a recently purchased vehicle must be completed before its release. When the registered owner is unable to come to the Police Department, a “Request Release Form” can be submitted to Records staff. If the registered owner is incarcerated, the jail can provide a vehicle release form for the completion by the registered owner. Both forms give another person permission to obtain the release on the registered owner’s behalf.If you do not have a valid driver’s license, you must bring a government issued photo identification and a valid driver. If your vehicle was stolen and recovered by the Dixon Police Department, you will need the above documents and there is no fee.
All vehicle releases are $65. All vehicle release fees are payable in cash only and do not include the fees accrued at the tow yard. (Exact change may be required.)
Some vehicles may be released immediately and others may be placed on a 30-day hold. When your vehicle has been placed on a 30-day hold and you wish to have it release sooner, the registered owner may request an “Impound Hearing.” The Hearing Officer will meet with the registered owner and after reviewing all the facts render a decision.
A parking ticket fine can be paid at the Police Department Lobby, or by mailing it to the address listed on the bottom of your citation. Payment can be made at the Police Department in cash, check or money order.When you believe a parking ticket was issued in error you may request a Police Department “Administrative Review” with in 21 days of receiving the citation; or you may mail a letter of explanation to the Dixon Police Department, 201 West A Street, Dixon, CA 95620, attention “Parking Cite Review.” Please include any documentation, pictures, or paperwork that may support a dismissal. Also legibly include your name, address, citation number, and phone number. You will be notified of the finding my mail with in 15 days after your review request is submitted.
A citation sign off can be done at the Police Department Lobby, at any DMV Office or you may flag down a Police Officer. The vehicle for which the citation was issued for must be present at the time of the sign off to verify the correction of the violation.
As required by the California Vehicle Code, you must register you bicycle. You may register a bicycle at the Police Department Lobby. The fee for the bicycle registration is $4 for a two year period, and $2 for a two year renewal.
While riding a bicycle, skate board, inline skates, or scooter, a helmet must be worn by everyone under the age of 18.
California Law will require children to ride in the back seat in a properly secured child passenger safety restraint until they are at least 8 years old or until they are at least 4 feet 9 inches in height.
California Vehicle Code 23123 (a) makes it illegal to use a wireless telephone while driving unless it is hooked up to a hands free listening and talking device.California Vehicle Code 23123.5 (a) makes it illegal to use any text based communication device while driving.California Vehicle Code 23124 (a) makes it illegal for any one under the age of 18 years to use a wireless telephone or texting device while driving even if it is equipped with a hands free device.