Can I remain anonymous when reporting a code enforcement violation?

No, anonymous complaints will not be investigated. Effective July 1, 2021, Senate Bill 60 became law prohibiting code inspectors from initating enforcement proceedings for potential violations of code and ordinances by way of anonymous complaints; requiring persons who report potential violations of code and ordinances to provide specified information to the department before an investigation occurs.  Remember that all information you choose to provide to the County, including names, phone numbers, or email addresses, is subject to the Public Record Laws. In other words, we must provide this information to anyone who asks for it.

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1. How does Code Enforcement enforce the County codes?
2. Can I remain anonymous when reporting a code enforcement violation?
3. What is an abandoned or unserviceable vehicle and why are they considered to be a violation of County Codes?
4. What do I do if I've received a notice of violation from Code Enforcement?
5. I have received a notice from the County Code Enforcement officer for violation of one of the County Ordinances. I don't feel I was given enough time to correct the problem. What should I do?
6. Why does it take so long to resolve a Code Enforcement violation?
7. Should I attend a Code Enforcement Board Hearing?
8. What happens if I am found guilty?
9. How much are Code Enforcement fines?