Floodplain Manager Leigh Anne Tomaino offers some tips on how you can determine your flood risk, and take steps to minimize it. So please, check out the video and visit www.stcloudfl.gov/flood for information on how to protect your family and your home. Read on...
The Community Compliance department is committed to ensuring clean, safe places for people to live and work through assisting the public in achieving compliance with City codes and regulations.de Enforcement Division.
Community Compliance is a unit of the Building Department. Each Community Compliance officer is assigned to a specific zone, and they collectively handle thousands of cases each year. The information provided on this page is intended to be a quick reference for questions you may have about City codes. For more information, call 407-957-7238, or email us. You also can report a concern using the chat in the bottom right corner of the web page.
Community Compliance Board
The Community Compliance Board Meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month in the Council Chambers at City Hall. The meeting is open to the Public.
Abandoned/Inoperable Vehicles: SCCC24-52 (A)
It shall be unlawful for any person to permit, allow or suffer any abandoned, dangerous, derelict, inoperable, stripped or wrecked vehicle to be parked within the City limits.
International Property Maintenance Code
Junk and Trash: SCCC36-38 (A)
It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to permit the accumulation of solid waste upon any exterior portion of the property, including the exterior portion of any building located thereon, for a period longer than seven days.
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Lot Mowing: SCCC 24-162 (A)
It shall be unlawful for any property owner or tenant, either or both, to permit, allow or suffer any rank growth of weeds, grass, undergrowth, palmettos or other vegetation which might communicate fire or serve as a breeding place for, or harbor insects, rodents, snakes or other pests or vermin, and which may likely affect the health of citizens of the community to occur on such owner's or tenant's property, and permitting, allowing or suffering the same is declared a nuisance.