Documents and Resources


Quick Reference for Addressing Problematic and Disruptive Neighbor Behavior

Includes tips for addressing:

  • Failure to maintain lawn and property
  • More than 4 unrelated people living in a single family home
  • Cars parked on lawns and/or blocking driveways, mailboxes or sidewalks
  • Cars driving at high rates of speed on a residential street
  • Loud noise associated with talking, yelling, music, etc. after 10:00 p.m.

Good Neighbor Guidelines

The overarching goals of The Good Neighbor Guidelines are to enhance the quality of life in our neighborhoods:

  • Get to know your neighbors
  • Keep social functions to a minimum
  • Keep your property presentable
  • Recognize that your neighbors are not students and they do not live on the same "student schedule"
  • Take an active role in your community

Code Enforcement Brochure

The City of Riverside Code Enforcement Division brochure offers tips on how to be a good neighbor, the responsibilities of a property owner, and information about Riverside Code Enforcement.

University of California Policies

The most current system-wide policies applying to campus activities, organizations and students.

Riverside Municipal Codes

As part of being a good neighbor, residents are required to adhere to all applicable sections of the Riverside Municipal Code. Those noted below are of particular concern in a University neighborhood.


More Information

General Campus Information

University of California, Riverside
900 University Ave.
Riverside, CA 92521
Tel: (951) 827-1012

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Department Information

Governmental and Community Relations
3108 Hinderaker Hall

Tel: (951) 827-5184
Fax: (951) 827-5485
E-mail: community@ucr.edu