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Charged with the basic responsibility of education and notification, Code Enforcement seeks voluntary compliance of City Codes which are baselines of minimum expectation for the maintenance of the community and environment.

Code Enforcement strives to provide a clear systematic and consistent process for the investigation, notification and conformance of City Code.


To promote community awareness of and facilitate voluntary compliance with City Municipal Codes to enhance the quality of life and foster civic pride.

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Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8am - 4pm


  • How do I request outstanding Code Enforcement issues or lien search?
  • How does Code Enforcement Work?
  • How can I file a complaint?
  • What information is needed to file a complaint?
  • How do I request a meeting for a HOA or Special Group?
  • How do I find out about Sea Turtle Conservancy?
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