November 18, 2015
The City of Tucson Code Enforcement Division is now using a Received code for new cases as they are opened. When a resident calls Code Enforcement (791-5843) with a complaint, or posts a complaint using the web form, the Community Service Representative will open a new case in the Permits Plus computer system with a Received notation. City Information Technology will extract the new case from Permits Plus the next morning to include in neighborhood listings. The new status is shown in the keys at the bottom of each neighborhood listing as follows:
Received – Case opened but not yet assigned for inspection – to better control workloads
Code Enforcement works to manage incoming workload by moving Received cases into the Field status when Inspectors are ready to receive new assignments. Thanks to Michael Wyneken of Code Enforcement and to Peter Johnson of City IT for making this change available to the public.
Neighborhood Listings of Tucson Code Violation Incidents*
*Violations as enforced by the City of Tucson Code Enforcement Division
Code Enforcement is responsible for investigating code complaints that affect the health and safety of residents, and property maintenance, by enforcing a number of City regulations such as a portion of the Neighborhood Preservation Ordinance (see Part II, Chapter 16 of the Tucson City Code), provisions of the Unified Development Code, and the Sign Code.
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