The Board of County Commissioners has set specific policies regarding how Code Enforcement cases are to be handled. They are:
- Complaints will be accepted only with a violation/complaint form If you wish to submit pictures as evidence with your application, you must include an affidavit of evidence. Download the affidavit here:Affidavit of Evidence
- Cases will not be sent to the Special Magistrate until they have been pending at least two months or until the BCC directs that they be considered earlier.
- If citizens who have accrued fines want to request a lien reduction, they must present their own case to the BCC. Staff will offer a written recommendation, but will not present the case.
- Code Enforcement typically receives 10-15 research requests per day from real estate agents, title insurance agents and other regarding pending cases on properties. A fee of $10 per request is charged for this service.