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Code Enforcement works with citizens in various ways to achieve code compliance. These include:

Public education and site visits
Staff is available to meet with neighborhood and community groups to provide useful information regarding the Code Enforcement program. Click here to request a speaker/presentation for your group or organization.

Code Enforcement Board (CEB)
A quasi-judicial body consisting of seven members, the board receives and evaluates evidence and testimony regarding alleged violations of Marion County codes and ordinances. Fines can be imposed against parties found to be in violation. CEB members are appointed by the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) and are volunteers that represent varied community interests and possess diverse professional and civic backgrounds. CEB hearings are generally held the second Wednesday of each month.

Non-criminal citations
Code enforcement citations require the defendant to appear in county court. A person receiving a citation may choose to pay a reduced civil penalty and avoid a court hearing or request a hearing. Citations typically address code violations done on public property.

Request a presentation

Report a code concern