Work Session-Council Meeting July 10, 2014 Agenda
A copy of the Agenda Packet is available at City Hall
The City has been remiss in providing consistent Code Enforcement to our community in the past. Our enforcement has been on a complaint style basis, which does not provide for consistency across the City.
This is to provide notice that in the next 90 days, City staff will begin code enforcement efforts throughout the City. All City Ordinances that relate to code enforcement are posted below to assist in determining if you may have something at your property that might be a code violation. It is our hope that this 90 day process, will provide ample time for you to be able to resolve any issues in advance of enforcement action.
The enforcement process first includes a notification of violation through a warning that outline specifically what is in violation of a city ordinance. You are provided seven (7) days from the date of the warning to resolve the noted violation. If after the seven (7) days the violation still exists but you are making significant progress, staff will work to provide you additional time to complete the task. In the event that no effort is being made to resolve the noted violation, a citation will be issues for the noted violation.
Staff at City Hall is available to assist you with any questions you may have as it relates to this process or to help determine if any violation exists on your property.
Please be assured this effort is in response to an increasing number of complaints being received, and it is our intent to work with you to avoid the issuance of a citation.
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