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Reporting a Code Violation


Community Code Compliance

There are several ways to report a possible code violation occurring on a property within the Unincorporated Area of Broward County, which includes the following subdivisions:

Northwest County Parcels Boulevard Gardens Broadview Park
Broward Park Collier Groves Floral Heights 
Franklin Park Hillsboro Pines Hillsboro Ranches
Palm Beach Farms Rock Hill Roosevelt Gardens
Washington Park

Request an Investigation Online

Request an investigation online

Call Us

 

Call us at 954-765-4400, Option 8 or dial 311 Monday-Friday, 8:30 am to 5:30 pm to reach an information specialist at the Broward County Call Center

Email Us   Send an email to codecomplaint@broward.org
Visit Us

Visit our office, located at:
1 N. University Dr, Plantation, FL 33324

If you wish to be contacted regarding the status of the investigation, please provide your contact information or email address, and request a follow-up call or email. You may remain anonymous if you wish, but in some instances more information may be needed in order to investigate certain complaints on private property.
 
When reporting a possible violation, you should provide us with the exact address of the building, unit number if applicable, or as specific a location as possible to enable the officer to locate the property. Then describe the condition you have observed. After receiving a citizen request, we will inspect any property as soon as possible to determine if a code violation exists. Health and safety related complaints are the highest priority. If a violation is found, a notice will be either hand-delivered or mailed to the property owner or they may receive a door hanger requiring compliance by a certain date.

Community Code Compliance Resources
Broward County Code of Ordinances: Ch. 5: Building Regulations and Land Use
Broward County Code of Ordinances: Ch. 39: Zoning
Broward Housing Council
PDF icon Citizen's Guide to Community Code Compliance
PDF icon Map of Broward County Code Enforcement Officers by Zone

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