Code Enforcement/Marshal's Office

The City Marshal's Office is responsible for enforcing all state and local laws and ordinances relevant to maintaining clear and safe streets and lots.
  • Coordinates and checks Planning and Zoning, Historic Preservation Commission, Tree Committee, and other assigned areas for code violations.
  • Investigates and acts upon complaints and violations reported to the city or any of its departments.
  • Inspects solid waste by checking on apparent code violations such as overgrown lots, abandoned motor vehicles, junk, trash, soil erosion, and illegal dump sites.
  • Attends special functions and training sessions for certifications or mandated training; completes paperwork for certification reports as directed by the city.
  • Inspects businesses for occupation tax certificates, alcohol licensing, and issues notices to those not in compliance.
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