In most cases, the owner or occupant of the property which abuts any public right-of-way is responsible for maintaining that right-of-way.
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If you would like to report a possible City Code violation, you may:
Information we receive is considered a public record and is subject to disclosure under Florida law. If you do not want your information released in response to a public records request, do not provide it to the City.
Yes, you can report possible City Code violation at night, or on the weekend, by:
Complaints received outside regular business hours will be forwarded to the assigned Community Compliance Specialist the following work day.If an immediate response is required at night or on the weekend, such as for noise nuisances, call the Police Department at their non-emergency number: 727-369-7864Information we receive is considered a public record and is subject to disclosure under Florida law. If you do not want your information released in response to a public records request, do not provide it to the City.
No, complaints cannot be anonymous. Florida State Statute requires all complaints to be left with the name and address of the person leaving the complaint.
There are several reasons why it might appear that nothing is being done to address your complaint:
You can always contact the assigned Community Compliance Specialist for an update or status report. If you don't have the assigned Specialist's contact information, send an email to or call us at 727-369-5668. Our office staff will forward your email or phone call to the assigned Specialist for a response.
Vacant properties and properties that are in foreclosure (whether vacant or occupied) are to be maintained by the property owner and/or by the mortgage holder (or assigned local property manager).