The Code Enforcement Division’s mission is to enforce adopted property maintenance codes that will ensure a high quality of life for our residents, lower crime rates within the City, and protect personal and business property values within the City.
Common Code Violations:
High weeds and Grass
If weeds or grass is higher than 12 inches then that is a violation of city code
If junked motor vehicles are visible from a public place or right-of-way they are in violation of city code
Trash & Debris
Piles of trash, rubbish, and other debris on visible to the public is a violation of city code
All signs shall not be deteriorated and must be kept in good condition; they also are not allowed to be placed on telephone or utility poles and must be kept outside of the right-of-way
Having a swimming pools, spas, and hot tubs; holes or items that can retain water, which becomes stagnant is against city code
Varnessa Slade, Code Compliance Official
Chemelle Johnson, Permit Technician
The Code Enforcement Office is located on the first floor of City Hall, at 401 S. Alamo Street.