- Enforcement of the City's property maintenance codes for the purpose of maintaining and preserving existing structures in the community
- Coordinating city efforts to promote compliance with housing, vehicle, litter, overgrowth and nuisance ordinances
- Working to eliminate blight and nuisance conditions through public education, code enforcement and programs
Measures We're Tracking
- Count of Violations Found on Properties - This is a measure of the number of violations found on properties by Code Inspectors each Month.
- Count of Blight Related Citations - This measures the count of number of violations that must be cited to City Court each month.
- Owner Occupied vs Non-Owner Occupied Violations - This City reviews data on violations on owner occupied and non-owner occupied properties; since no official registry exists, a general proxy must be used by marking properties owner occupied when the parcel's address matches the property owner's address
- Count of Properties brought into Compliance - This cumulative fiscal year measures the number of properties brought into compliance that were notified of a code violation or cited to City Court. The target for the end of the fiscal year in June 2019 is 9,142 properties brought into compliance.
Code Violation Escalation
We track all overall violations within the City. Below is a map of code enforcement violations in the past 90 days, which can be changed to any date range by clicking the drop down. The most common type of violation is overgrowth, which is expected given we're in the warm months.