Code Enforcement Monthly Report

November Highlights

“Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!” the neighbors said as they ran out to meet Code Ops Manager Pat. After a woman who lived across the street passed away, squatters began to live in the vacant home, causing problems for the neighborhood. Today is a new day for this community. “It took all of us,” Pat said, “—the Code Enforcement Team, Building Construction Services and the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office— all working together to get this problem solved for the community.” #PremiereStartsHere 
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Code Enforcement continued their educational initiative throughout Pasco County by attending Gardening 365 in Dade City. They spoke with Pasco citizens, giving advice and insight to find solutions for their community. Code Enforcement, along with all our departments in Development Services, are looking forward to attending the Great American Teach In and other community events.



Help Pasco County Code Enforcement Officers keep your community safe and looking beautiful – anonymously!  Code Enforcement is now accepting anonymous code violation complaints, allowing your voice to be heard while maintaining your privacy.

“This will allow our community members to feel comfortable filing a complaint about an issue they otherwise might hesitate to report,” said Code Enforcement Manager Micah Tharpe.

Reporting an issue is easy and convenient on the MyPasco App.  You can upload photos and indicate problem areas on a locator map – without having to give your name, address or phone number. 

Code Enforcement Officers handle most complaints within 7-10 business days, and are often able to resolve issues without issuing a citation.