In the complex realm of regulations and codes, it's essential to stay informed about potential violations and the subsequent consequences. This page details what it means if you receive a warning notice for non-compliance.
On the initial inspection, a Code Enforcement Officer or Deputy Marshal identified a violation on your property and created an active case.
A written warning notice of violation may be issued to the tenant or property owner, requesting correction of the violation within a specified time.
You should correct the violation within the time indicated on the notice or contact Code Compliance to ask for an extension. Extensions may be granted on a case-by-case basis.
A Code Enforcement Officer or Deputy Marshal will conduct a follow-up inspection to ensure compliance.
Code cases with violations corrected will be closed.
Non-compliance or failure to contact Code Compliance will result in a Municipal Court citation and/or City abatement of the violation.
Liens will be filed against the property for the cost of all violation abatements.
Please note: If you have received a warning notice in the past for similar violations, you may receive a citation without additional warnings.