Code EnforcementCode Enforcement works to identify violations of Edmond’s municipal ordinance and state laws within the Edmond City Limits. We seek voluntary compliance from citizens to help maintain the quality of the community. Once a code violation is identified, the responsible party is notified to take corrective action.
In addition to working health, safety and welfare ordinance violations, Code Enforcement also monitors oil wells, pipelines, and administers a Fats, Oils and Grease (FOG) program for commercial uses. Inspections are made to insure municipal ordinances and state laws are adhered to.
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Common Code Violations
- Tall grass or weeds that are over 12" in height.
- Parking on the grass – All vehicles must be parked on a sealed surface, such as concrete or asphalt.
- Inoperable vehicles – No inoperable, dismantled, or wrecked vehicle is allowed on private property.
- Trash – No trash or abandoned, discarded items are allowed on private property.
- Unfenced swimming pools – Swimming pools must be fenced with at least a four (4) foot tall fence.
- Public Nuisances - Such as unsecured property, holes in the ground, stagnant water and any other items which are a danger to the public health, safety and welfare.
- Zoning Violation – Businesses operating illegally from residence, open-display, too many dogs (kennels), farm animals, commercial vehicles in residential areas, etc.
- Job Site Erosion Control.
- Property Maintenance Code issues – Fencing, broken windows, broken garage doors, painting, roofing, hot water, etc.
- Occupied recreation vehicle on property.
- Signs in right-of-way and on utility poles.
- Broken sewer service lines.
- Water waste and water rationing regulations.