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I reported a concern about my neighbor's property last week, but nothing appears to be happening. How long does it take to get issues resolved?
Upon receipt of a complaint, the Environmental Code Enforcement officer (ECEO) inspects the property and, if a violation is observed, a written violation notice is sent to the property owner(s) and/or tenant(s) giving them 10 days to comply. If the violation is not corrected, the ECEO may issue up to two additional notices before issuing a Notice to Appear in Municipal Court. The ECEO tries to work with each property owner or tenant when extenuating circumstances are present, which may require that the ECEO grants an extension to allow additional time to correct the violation. If you have a concern about the length of time, contact the ECEO for more information.Contact Us

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