"To protect the health, safety, and welfare of Collier County residents and visitors through education, cooperation, and compliance."
Due to scheduled upgrade and maintenance, the CityView program, CityView Portal, as well as the IVR Permit Inspection System will be unavailable beginning at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, August 18, 2017 until Monday, August 21, 2017. The program services are scheduled to be restored by 8:00 a.m. on Monday, August 21, 2017.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
The Code Enforcement Division enforces numerous County Codes and Ordinances of Law in Collier County. The members of the Division are dedicated to addressing health, safety, and welfare issues. The Division contributes to stabilizing property values and preventing blight in our community. Here is an overview of how a code case is processed.
The Division has established a Blight Prevention Program through the formation of five Community Task Force Teams, bank/lender key contacts, and a community caretaking list. The Community Task Force Teams are an integral part of preventing blight from taking hold of the community. The Teams are comprised of numerous state and local agency representatives such as the Sheriff’s Office, Fire Districts, Utilities, Domestic Animals Services, Civic Associations, and Homeowners Associations. Community members are encouraged to attend the Community Task Force meeting in their area. Additionally, community members are encouraged to help maintain the integrity of their community by reporting possible Code violations such as homes with broken windows, overgrown weeds/grass, torn screens, green pools, and litter. Reports can be made on the Code Enforcement Website Report a Code Violation or by calling the Division at 252-2440.
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Phone: (239) 252-2440