Image Welcome to the Agricultural Commissioner's Office Incidente de Pesticidas News 2021 Interactive Production Report Forms Report a Dead or Dying Tree Riverside County Agriculture Facts 188,019 Acres of Farmland Harvested in Riverside County 23,300 Tons of Dates produced Annually in Riverside County 17,245 Gas Pumps Tested Annually by Riverside County the Agricultural Commissioner's Office September 27, 2023 Pre-Quarantine OFF Educational Meeting June 27, 2023 Electrification Solutions in Agriculture (webinar) June 19, 2023 Scanner-Packer Registrations are now Due April 18, 2023 Riverside Insect Fair The nation’s first Washington Navel Orange tree was planting in the City of Riverside by Eliza Tibbets in 1873 launching California’s unparalleled citrus industry. $1.3 Billion is the Total Dollar value of agricultural commodities in Riverside County. Riverside County first began testing weighing and measuring devices as part of a new, statewide program in 1913. The first modern commercial vineyard in the Temecula Valley was planted by Vincenzo and Audrey Cilurzo in 1968. Consumer Protection Highlight Agricultural Commissioner - Protecting Consumers at the Pump Our office is here to protect you against improper petroleum product quality, labeling and advertising. Contact us at (951) 955-3045 or WTMEAS@rivco.org Watch Watch California Law Requires Beekeepers to Register Bees. Beewhere is a real-time mapping system where users can mark hives with a simple pin drop in the field. Image LEARN MORE AT BEEWHERECALIFORNIA.COM Contact Info Address 3403 10th Street, Suite 701 Riverside, CA 92501 Email email@example.com Hours Monday - Friday: 7:00 am - 5:00 pm Tel (951) 955-3045 - General Info Fax (951) 955-3047 - FAX Useful LinksFind Your DistrictCustomer Satisfaction SurveyCDFA - California Department of Food & AgricultureCalifornia Department of Pesticide RegulationUnited States Department of AgricultureRiverside County Farm BureauUniversity of California (UC) Cooperative Extension, Riverside County (Farm Advisors)Cal OES (Office of Emergency Services) Disaster Resource Hub If this is an emergency and pesticides endanger people's health, call 911. Please contact (951) 955-3045 if a Pesticide incident occurs after business hours or on weekends. Si se trata de una emergencia y pesticidas estan poniendo en peligro la salud de las personas, llame al 911. Si se ocurre un incidente de pesticida despues del horario de oficina o fines de semana, favor de comunicarse al (951) 955-3045.