Code Enforcement Board
The Code Enforcement Board is a quasi-judicial body with seven members whose responsibilities are to receive and evaluate evidence and testimony regarding alleged violations of the Nassau County Codes and Ordinances. Fines can be imposed against parties found to be in violation.
Examples of typical cases heard by the Code Board include, but are not limited to:
- Accumulations of trash, litter, and debris
- Occupying recreational vehicles
- Parking commercial vehicles in improper zones
- Unserviceable vehicles
The Board is made up of seven members as follows:
- Five (5) district representatives (one (1) representing each district)
- Two (2) at-large members
The Code Enforcement Board meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. Board members serve three (3) year terms and are required to file financial disclosure. Florida Statute does not allow for compensation for serving on the Board, however it does allow for mileage reimbursement at rates set by the Federal General Services Administration.
If you are interested in serving on this Board, please e-mail your resume to email@example.com. Resumes will be kept on file for a period of two years from the date received. If a vacancy should occur, your resume will be submitted to the Board of County Commissioners for consideration.
For any questions concerning this Board, please contact the Code Enforcement Department (904) 530-6200. You may also visit the Code Enforcement page for additional information.
|One||Stephanie Jarrell Estep|
|Four||Hal Keene, Jr.|