How do I request outstanding Code Enforcement issues or lien search?To resolve any outstanding Code Enforcement issues please contact 941-882-7545. If conducting a City lien or Public Utility charge and lien, and/or Municipal Assessment lien; please follow this website to find any open issues. If unresolved and still need assistance, please email our Customer Service office directly with your request to firstname.lastname@example.org, please include in the subject line the “property address – lien search”.
How often does the Code Enforcement Board meet?The Code Enforcement Board attempts to convene no less than once every two months, but it may meet more or less often as the demand necessitates. The Board convenes upon request of a Code Enforcement Officer and/or at such times as may be necessary.
What powers do the Code Enforcement Board have?The Code Enforcement Board has the power to adopt rules for the conduct of the hearings; subpoena alleged violators and witnesses; subpoena evidence, records, surveys, plats and other material as needed; and take testimony under oath.
How does Code Enforcement Work?
When a suspected code violation is reported, a complaint is opened and a Community Resource Officer will try to resolve the violation through a process of education, inspection and notices. Continued violations are followed by progressive enforcement. Situations that appear to pose a serious risk to health and safety are given a top priority.
How can I file a complaint?You can file a complaint by phone 941-882-7545, letter or in person at 1350 Ridgewood Avenue, Venice, Florida 34292, or online via SeeClickFix.
What information is needed to file a complaint?
As much detailed information as available should be provided when filing a complaint. If known, the address of the property should be provided. If no address is available, you can provide a description and address of a nearby property. You will need to identify the suspected violation and where the suspected violation's are located on the property.
How many members are on the Code Enforcement Board?There are seven members on the Board. All of whom are City of Venice residents.
How do I request a meeting for a HOA or Special Group?
Homeowners Associations or Special Groups
If at any time a Homeowners Association (HOA) or Special Group have a desire for a Code Enforcement presentation, please contact Community Resource Officer Supervisor, Jim Davis at 941- 882-7545 for further details.
How do I find out about Sea Turtle Conservancy?
The Turtle Conservancy is dedicated to protecting threatened turtles and tortoises and their habitats worldwide.
The Turtle Conservancy envisions a world where all species of turtles and tortoises ultimately thrive in the wild.
Please contact George Nixon, Community Resource Officer at 941-650-1492 for more information on this program. In regards to further promote awareness about Sea Turtle Conservancy; please go to this following website.
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