In accordance with California Health and Safety Code (HSC), Chapter 6.95, Article 2, Section 25535.2 and the California Code of Regulations, Title 19, Division 2, Chapter 4.5, Section 2745.2(c), notice is hereby given that the Risk Management Plan (RMP) is complete for the following site location:
Several factors have contributed to a nationwide chlorine shortage. Below are tips to optimize your chlorine use, and chlorine alternatives to maintain your pool water clean and clear for bathers.
If you are permitted for activities like storing hazardous materials, generating hazardous wastes, or maintaining underground storage tanks, you will notice a small fee change on your permit invoice.
The Department of Environmental Health is now accepting E-Check payments. A $1.50 service fee will be applied.
Riverside County, and the rest of the state, reopens today (June 15) with capacity limits and physical distancing requirements removed for most businesses and events. However, other safety measures may be needed based on the type of business or event.