What is Code Enforcement?
Code Enforcement is the prevention, detection, investigation and enforcement of violations of statutes or ordinances regulating public health, safety, and welfare, public works, business activities and consumer protection, building standards, land-use, or municipal affairs.
Types of Code:
There are many types of code(s)
- City Codes
- Fire Codes
- Health and Safety Codes
- Uniform Building Codes
- Uniform Housing Codes
- Vehicle Codes
- Zoning Codes
Joint Effort with Departments & Community:
The City of Sanger operates in compliance with hundreds of written codes that are designed to maintain a healthy, safe and clean environment and preserve the quality of life standards that the residents and businesses enjoy in our community. Code Enforcement deals with all these codes and works closely with all departments in the City. To be effective and efficient, code enforcement also needs the cooperation of residents and businesses.
Making Sanger a Better Place to Live & Work:
Because there are so many codes, many involving complex, technical or legal issues, residents frequently have questions about code enforcement and their role in making Sanger a better place to live and work. The FAQs below will answer the most frequently asked questions about code enforcement.
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
APPLICATION AND INSPECTION SERVICES DURING
COVID–19 CITY HALL CLOSURE
While City of Sanger City Hall is closed to the public, the Code Enforcement Department will be available through phone or email. Contact Melissa Barragan, Senior Code Enforcement Officer, at (559) 876-6300, ext. 4002, or email@example.com. Leave your name and contact information and you will be contacted by city staff.