NEIGHBORHOOD ENFORCEMENT TEAMS
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The Neighborhood Enforcement Teams (NET) utilizes a planned comprehensive approach to resolving issues within the communities we serve. NET focuses on ‘traditional” code enforcement issues with an emphasis on obtaining voluntary compliance. We encourage people to be good neighbors and continually strive to work with other local resources to enhance our efforts.
Working on a complaint basis NET responds to calls for service for violations of County Ordinances including but not limited to:
- Land Use Violations
- Junkyards (Excessive Outside Storage)
- Occupied Recreational Vehicles/Travel Trailers
- Excessive Animals
- Un-permitted Second Units
- Excessive Yard Sales
- Prohibited Fencing Materials
- Substandard/Hazardous Structures
- Unpermitted Occupancy
- Substandard Mobile Home and/or Recreational Vehicles
- Grading without Permits
- Construction without Permits
- Mobile Home Install without Permits
- Inoperable or Abandoned Vehicles
- Parking Violations
- Uncovered Excavations and Unsecured Pools
- Accumulated Rubbish
- NPDES-Storm Water Management
- Blowing Sand
As you can see we cover a wide range of issues. Often times our Code Enforcement Officers are called upon to resolve public nuisances that result from other types of illegal activity. We prioritize and strive to provide a high level of service for the entire community.
When needed to resolve issues we utilize administrative, civil and criminal actions to gain compliance on properties that remain non-compliant and that remain a detriment to neighboring properties.
If you have any questions about our efforts or would like to file a complaint, please contact your local Code Enforcement Office.