loading Loading, please wait...

How to Verify a Professional's License in Vallejo?

The regulation of professionals in the City of Vallejo is handled by the California Department of Consumer Affairs. This department administers over 200 license types through its 39 boards and bureaus, and verifying the licensing status of your professional is a necessary step to take in ensuring the success of your project. To this end, you can use the license search platform that the Department of Consumer Affairs makes available to interested members of the public online to verify the validity of your intended professional's license.

Once you have confirmed the validity of your hired professional's license, the next step to take in ensuring a successful project is obtaining any necessary permits. Permits are locally issued authorizations that are usually required for several types of projects in the City of Vallejo. These include new construction, home remodeling projects, electrical, plumbing, and mechanical system modifications, and tree and landscaping-related projects. These permits are issued by the Vallejo Central Permit Center and you contact this center at (707) 648-4328 to get information on the Vallejo permitting process. Queries can also be made in person at:

  • City Hall
  • 555 Santa Clara Street
  • Second Floor
  • Vallejo, CA 94590

Do Vallejo Neighborhood Councils
Issue Permits?

Vallejo neighborhood associations and groups generally carry out activities that are aimed at enhancing the livability of their respective neighborhoods and communities. However, these activities do not extend to the issuance of permits of any kind. Instead, these associations provide an avenue for residents of the city to air their opinions on pressing matters and act as a link between residents and the city government in tackling these matters.

In August 2021, several neighborhood groups, including the Washington Park Neighborhood Association, the Morningside Addition Neighborhood Association, the Amador Neighborhood Watch Group, and the Cultivate Community Food Co-op, hosted the city's first National Night Out in two years. The National Night Out, which is usually an annual event aimed at making neighborhoods safer by promoting neighborhood camaraderie and police-community partnerships, had been placed on hold because of the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2020, Touro University California secured a grant of more than $175,000 to help with its fight against the opioid epidemic in the City of Vallejo and the State of California as a whole.

How to File an Unfair Business
Complaint in Vallejo?

Matters involving fraudulent, deceptive, and illegal business activities in the City of Vallejo can be reported to the Solano County District Attorney's Consumer and Environmental Crimes Unit. This office is charged with investigating and prosecuting these types of cases, and to file a complaint with it, you will be required to download and complete its Consumer Complaint Form. Once completed, this form, along with any supporting documentation, can be submitted via fax to (707) 784-7986, email, or by mail-in to:

  • Consumer & Environmental Crimes Unit
  • 675 Texas Street
  • Suite 4500
  • Fairfield, CA 94533-6340

Consumer complaint-related queries can be directed to this office at (707) 784-6859. Note that the Solano County District Attorney's Office does not represent private citizens that wish to seek any form of personal remedy from a business. Also, this office is prohibited from giving legal advice to consumers. However, it can provide you with information on your consumer rights and may also refer you to an agency that is better suited to handling your complaint. If you wish to seek personal remedies to the tune of $10,000 or less, you should consider filing a small claims case. You can contact the Solano County Small Claims Court legal advisor between the hours of 9:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m., Mondays to Thursdays at (707) 344-1446 to get free assistance on how to proceed with these types of cases. You can also consult with a private attorney to get legal advice on how to seek other forms of personal remedies from the business named in your complaint. You can find attorneys near you by contacting the Solano County Bar Association's Lawyer Referral Service at (707) 422-0127. Note that you may be charged an administrative fee to utilize this service.