What is a violation letter?

A violation letter informs property owners of a code violation and the time allotted to correct the violation. If the violation is corrected, the officer will re-check and no other action is necessary. If the violation is not corrected, the officer may attempt to contact the owner by leaving a door hanger or schedule abatement and/or leave a citation at the property.

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1. What do Code Enforcement Officers do?
2. What is a violation letter?
3. Why did I get a violation notice when my yard looks great and I see other homes that do not?
4. I just found a door hanger from a Code Enforcement Officer on my property. What does that mean?
5. What if I can't finish all the work by the due date?
6. What do I do if I disagree with the notice?
7. What is Code Abatement?
8. What if my property is abated?
9. When will you abate my property?
10. What happens if I get a citation?
11. What is an illegal vehicle?
12. How does my yard need to be maintained?
13. What is considered litter?