Code Enforcement Inspectors work with property owners and neighborhoods to fix property maintenance issues on private property. The issues Code Enforcement Inspectors look for include tall grass and weeds, deteriorated houses, broken fences, and unlicensed or inoperable cars.
Code Enforcement Inspectors use a combination of education, warnings, tickets, and administrative hearings to keep our neighborhoods safe and reduce blight.
Code Enforcement Inspectors proactively search their assigned area for code violations, but they cannot be everywhere at once.
It is important that residents with concerns about properties in their neighborhoods become acquainted with their Code Enforcement Inspector. To find out which inspector is assigned to your area, please contact us.