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A Notice of Hearing is issued when you do not respond as requested or you have a repeat violation. The city’s Special Magistrate will listen to your reply to the city’s claim of a violation. A determination will then be made to grant additional time to comply or issue an order for monetary fines.
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To report a code violation or complaint, please call the Code Enforcement Division at 727-363-9211 or submit a ticket with SeeClickFix
Yes, you will need to provide your full name and address when leaving a complaint.
A complaint was received and/or an inspection revealed that there may be a violation. Usually, you will first be notified verbally or by use of a door-hanger request for compliance; otherwise a voluntary compliance letter will be mailed to your address of record. If there is no response, or corrective action is not completed as requested within a specified period of time, you may be notified of hearing before the city’s Special Magistrate.
If you need additional time to comply, please call the Code Enforcement Division. Our goal is to achieve compliance with the regulations; monetary fines are a last resort.
In no particular order, the following violations are the most common:
Code Enforcement Inspections are done in response to a specified complaint or a routine neighborhood inspection. If you feel that we have missed a violation, please call or email Code Enforcement Manager Peyt Dewar your complaint to the division.