How are codes enforced?


The code enforcement process is typically initiated in a couple of ways:

  1. Observation of a code violation by C/E Officer
  2. Concern by an individual

Identifying Possible Code Violations

Code Enforcement relies on residents to help identify possible code violations, such as:

  • Abandoned/Vacant houses and lots
  • Abandoned and/or inoperable vehicles
  • Graffiti on public or private property
  • Illegal dumping of trash and debris
  • Prohibited sign(s); Not permitted sign(s)
  • Large commercial vehicles parked in residential neighborhoods
  • Overgrown weeds and vegetation
  • Portable basketball hoop standard on streets or sidewalks (city right-of-ways)
  • Vehicles parked on front lawns or unimproved surfaces in a residential zone
  • Vehicles parked on sidewalks
  • Detached recreation vehicle(s), trailer(s), & boat(s) in residential neighborhoods
  • Conservation of water; Not following watering schedule 

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1. How many officers are there to enforce city codes?
2. How are codes enforced?
3. How do I notify Code Enforcement about a possible code violation?
4. What is the procedure for following up on possible code violations?
5. What penalties result from code violations?
6. How do I report an Abandoned Vehicle?
7. Why did I receive a 72 hour tag on my vehicle?
8. Why did I receive a notice regarding my trash cans being stored in the front of my property?