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Yes, anyone who operates a business or performs a service within the City of San Dimas is required to apply for and retain a business license, unless exempted by the IRS.
Most businesses will also require special permits and authorization prior to the issuance of the business license.
For further information please contact the Finance Department at 909.394.6224.
Current job postings can be found by selecting "Available Jobs" below.
Applications for current job openings can also be obtained in the City Hall Administrative Services Department. A completed city application is required for each position you wish to apply for. Applications may be returned in person or by mail. You may attach a resume to your application. A Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) printout is not required.
For more information, contact the City at 909.394.6211.
United States citizens over the age of 18 may register to vote by completing the Voter Registration Form which is available through the County Registrar's Office 800-815-2666, the Department of Motor Vehicles, or City Hall.
Utility payments are no longer accepted at City Hall. Electricity, gas and telephone payments can be made at Ranch Town Deli at 1112 N. San Dimas Ave. Water payments can be made at Golden State Water Co. at 121 Exchange Place.
Cable Channel 3 KWST San Dimas is a government/public access channel provided to the City of San Dimas for community use. The City uses this channel to provide City Council broadcasts to subscribers. The City also televises monthly community events, news, and meetings.
Bulky item pickup is available free six (6) times per year to San Dimas residents through Waste Management. Please call Waste Management 48 hours prior to collection 800-266-7551.
The black container is for common household trash and food waste. The grey container is for recyclable items such as newspaper, cardboard, telephone books, glass, aluminum cans and plastic containers. Do not place aluminum foil, scrap metal, styrofoam, food or yard waste in the gray container. The burgundy container is for green waste such as grass clippings, leaves, brush, and shrubbery prunings. Do not place palm tree parts, palm fronds, dirt, rocks and animal manure in the green waste container.
The City of San Dimas contracts exclusively with Waste Management, a private contractor, to provide commercial/residential trash collection services. For information regarding specific refuse-related questions or your trash collection fees, please contact Waste Management directly at 800-266-7551. Trash is collected every Tuesday as early as 6 a.m. Trash collection is billed on your monthly water bill.
To begin or end trash collection services, please contact Golden State Water Company at 800-999-4033 .
San Dimas residents may choose Spectrum or Frontier to subscribe to cable television service. For contact information please visit the Utilities page below.
Yes. Parking on all City streets is prohibited between the hours of 2 and 5 a.m. Residents without sufficient off-street (garage, carport or driveway) parking can apply for an Annual Overnight Parking Permit at San Dimas City Hall.
A temporary overnight parking permit is required to park your passenger vehicle overnight.
Permits must be visible on the drivers' side window at all times.
Vehicles that are 6000 pounds or exceed 20 feet in length are not allowed to be parked on any city street.
Temporary overnight parking permits can be purchased outside the San Dimas Sheriff station 270 S. Walnut Avenue and in front of in front of the water vending machine at Von's market in the Via Verde Shopping Center 1160 Via Verde. Temporary overnight parking permits can also be purchased online.
Annual permits cost $40 for the initial application, with renewals at $24 per calendar year. Application fees are non-refundable if a permit is not issued. The cost of a temporary parking permit is $2 per night.
Residents without sufficient off-street (garage, carport or driveway) parking can apply for an Annual Overnight Parking Permit at San Dimas City Hall.
Temporary overnight parking permits can be purchased outside the San Dimas Sheriff station 270 South Walnut Avenue and in front of Vons market in the Via Verde Shopping Center 1160 Via Verde.
Campers/motor homes can be parked on city streets for no more than three (3) consecutive days. You will need to purchase a temporary overnight parking permit to park it on city streets.
Campers must be attached to a legally registered operable vehicle at all times.
If you lost an item at a San Dimas park or at a San Dimas building or facility, please contact the Parks & Recreation Department at (909) 394-6230.
The San Dimas Chamber of Commerce office is on the corner of Bonita Ave. and Walnut Ave. across the street from San Dimas City Hall at 246 E. Bonita Ave, San Dimas.
For more information on the San Dimas Chamber of Commerce, please call 909-592-3818.
A 24-hour telephone hot line is available to report Graffiti. Callers should report detailed information about the location of the graffiti. The City contracts with the Boys and Girls Club of San Gabriel Valley to remove graffiti in public areas and private property (viewable from the public right-of-way) 626-442-6666.
Permits for home alarms are not required, although there is a city ordinance which limits the number of false alarms to no more than three in any twelve month period, with possible fines and penalties being assessed thereafter.
You may obtain such documents through the County Registrar's Office 800-201-8999 or 562-462-2137. You can also visit their website by clicking below.
Section 6.080.010 of the San Dimas Municipal Code requires an annual dog license within thirty days after the dog becomes four months of age, or within thirty days after the dog is brought into the city. You may obtain a dog license from the Inland Valley Human Society & S.P.C.A., 500 Humane Way, Pomona, California 91766.
For a listing of fee schedule, please visit their website be clicking below or by phone at 909.623.9777 ext. 652.
A professional beekeeper or bee removal service should be contacted. If the bees are on public property, you may contact San Gabriel Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District at 626-814-9466 or visit their website by clicking below.
The Social Security Office is located at 1165 East Route 66, Glendora CA 91740. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The phone number is 800-772-1213. You can also visit their website by clicking below.