How long does it take to resolve a violation?

After the city gives notice, the property owner is given a reasonable amount of time to resolve the violation. For example, a complaint about tall weeds on a property is usually resolved within 14 days. Most property owners are willing to resolve a violation on their own after receiving notice. If the property owner is unwilling to cooperate, complaints can take more time to resolve, especially if a citation is issued and the item has to be taken through court proceedings

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1. What is code enforcement?
2. What do code enforcement officials do?
3. What types of violations can the City enforce?
4. Are there issues the City cannot enforce?
5. Can the City enforce homeowners' association (HOA) codes, covenants and restrictions (CC&R's)?
6. How do I file a complaint?
7. How long does it take for someone to respond to my complaint?
8. How long does it take to resolve a violation?
9. What are legal actions the City might take to resolve a violation?
10. Am I responsible for violations that existed prior to my purchase of the property?
11. Does the City patrol areas looking for violations?
12. When are code enforcement officers available?
13. What other agencies work with the City to resolve code enforcement complaints?