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Code Enforcement

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The mission of the Code Enforcement Department is to insure the ordinances of the City of Tyler, as set forth by the City Council, are complied with by all citizens.

Since the department’s inception in 2008, the Code Enforcement Department has abated more than 85,000 code violations. Code Enforcement works more than 30 different types of cases ranging from junked vehicles, high weeds and grass, illegal dumpsites, trash and junk to zoning violations such as prohibited signs, home occupations, substandard structures, and outdoor storage.

What Does Code Enforcement Do?

Check out the below infographic to learn what the City of Tyler Code Enforcement officers do!

Code Enforcement Stats