Updated: Saturday April 21, 2018

Code Enforcement Violation Records

Dunbar Spring Neighborhood

If there is a number in the Days Open column on the right, the case is open and beng worked by CE. Some cases
have been transferred to another unit of government or to the courts. Sometimes the status has not been updated.
Compliant and Noverify cases are closed. Compliant and Noverify cases older than 180 days are not shown.
Listing is limited to most recent 300 cases.

Location of Violation Date
Entered
Type Status*Description Code Enforcement
Activity No.
Days
Open
948 N Perry Av 01-17-18 Residential Zoning Pending On The West Side Of The Property, The Property Fence Hasbeen Extended/Encroached About 4.5 Feet Into What Should Be A 10-Foot Widepublic Right-Of-Way. 938 N. Perry Ave Has Their Front Fence Encroaching Twofeet Into The Public Right-Of-Way. T18DV00305 94
847 N Stone Av 12-22-17 Graffiti Complian Large Bubble Graffiti On The North Side Of The Building T17DV06756
210 W 6th St 02-26-16 Homeless Camps Field Homeless Camp In The Wash. Large Structure Has Been Built And Appears Very Unstable. Trash And Debris Throughout The Camp. Tpd Dan Bustamante Is Requesting An Email With Any Status Or Action. T16DV01035 785

Clicking on the activity number will bring up more information about a particular case.

*StatusDescription
 
CitationCase is open, owner has not responded to Notice of Violation therefore a citation has been issued
ComplianCompliant with requirements - case closed
CourtCitation was issued and case has now been heard in court. Court disposition unknown.
CourtcmpCitation was issued and violator is in compliance with court requirements.
CourtprsCases where a citation was issued, case was heard in court, owner did not comply and violation is of sort where city prosecutor will now file a criminal action. (No longer used)
FieldNewly opened case where inspection has not yet occurred
NoverifyNo valid violation or problem solved before inspection - no further action taken - case closed
ObserveTypically used for cases where the owner is granted time to comply either though an appeal or other administrative extensions where the inspector is not required to inspect every 30 days.
PendingCase opened, violation(s) identified and Notice of Violation has been mailed out. Waiting for compliance.
PermitCase opened and owner issued Notice of Violation to obtain permit for work done that needs one. Permit has then been issued and inspector is waiting for permit inspections by PDSD to be completed.
PostcardCase opened, a courtesy notice is being mailed out prior to first inspection. Waiting for compliance.
ReceivedCase opened but not yet assigned for inspection - to better control workloads

Date Entered - Date a new case was opened by entering complaint information into the Permits Plus computer system. The goal is to open the case within 24 hous of receiving the complaint. - City of Tucson Code Enforcement Process - City Code Enforcement Division

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