Code Compliance

ORDER BY THE GOVERNOR OF TEXAS

SCHOOLS, BARS, RESTAURANT DINING ROOMS MUST CLOSE TEMPORARILY DUE TO CORONAVIRUS

To review the order, click the link below. 

ORDER

Community Resources for COVID-19

Please visit the CDC linked web-page below for information regarding cleaning and disinfection recommendations for residences. 

Environmental Cleaning and Disinfection

Due to the shortage of toilet paper in stores, we might be using alternative methods (wipes, napkins, etc).
Please understand that this will cause blockages and sewer lines to back up. Even flushable wipes SHOULD NOT BE FLUSHED.
Wipes cling to fats/oils/grease and clog up pipes.
This applies to septic systems as well. 

For more information, please visit the website listed below.

TCEQ Recommendations 

Mission Statement

Code Compliance provides education and enforcement, and develops resources in response to a wide range of issues which affect the environment, health, safety, property values and the general well-being of our community.

Responsibilities

Code Compliance Officers monitor over 30 square miles, verifying that residents and business owners follow City Code. Their duty is to ensure that corridors, neighborhoods, and commercial properties are neat, clean and safe.

Programs & Reporting issues or concerns

Citizens are encouraged to report violations in one of the following ways:

To visit with Code Compliance staff, please make an appointment to ensure an officer will be available. We strive to provide excellent service; for compliments or complaints, please call or email. We’d love to hear from you!

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