Comparison of Code Compliance Cases Opened and Closed
This chart represents both the open and closed cases for the Codes Compliance Team averaged by month and year. Tracking this data allows us to see both the impact being made in communities as well as how to direct resources to best serve customers. We aim to resolve compliance issues through education and collaboration with community members.
How are we doing?
Between 7/1/16 and 12/31/16, we closed an average of 163 cases per month. We are currently, exceeding our projection of closing an average of 120 cases per month.
Why is this important?
Residents want a safe, health and thriving community that they can be proud of.
By tracking code compliance cases, we can monitor the impact being made as we resolve issues surrounding graffiti, zoning violations and other public safety and aesthetics concerns and identify areas for improvement. One of our primary objectives is to educate community members about County codes and regulations. We work with and encourage residents to voluntarily resolve compliance issues on their properties.
Where are we going?
Public health and safety are key components of thriving communities. Our Code Compliance Team is working to quickly address community concerns through timely and responsive assistance to residents. We aim to resolve compliance issues through education and collaboration with community members.
How is this measured?
This is measured by utilizing a computer-generated report with information gathered from the Planning & Development Services permit database. The report tracks the number of code compliance cases that have been resolved and closed in the database.