HOW TO CONTACT CODE COMPLIANCE
You need to obtain an appointment to meet with a Code Compliance
Officer. They are field staff and spend most of their day in the field
investigating and responding to resident complaints. However, you
don’t need an appointment to simply file a request for investigation;
you may may stop by our office, Code Compliance Storefronts during
public office hours, call our office, or file your request by
Compliance Request for Investigation.
Public Office Hours:
Request for Investigation hotline:
Code Compliance Issue Resolution Meetings
These meetings provide property owners an opportunity to have certain issues related to their Code Compliance cases, which are not satisfactorily resolved with Code Compliance staff, to be quickly considered by senior County management. This meeting is not a formal appeal hearing for an Administrative Citation, Civil Penalties, Notice of Violation or a Public Nuisances Abatement. If you wish to schedule a CCIR meeting, please complete the Code Compliance Issue Resolution (CCIR) Meeting Request Form and follow the instructions written on the form.