The Planning & Development Department will be out of the office on Friday, April 26th for a staff retreat. They will resume normal hours of operation on Monday, April 29th.

Code Enforcement

The City of Chamblee has established minimum standards governing the use, occupancy, condition, and maintenance of property, dwellings, buildings, and structures. If left completely unregulated, the failure to properly maintain property can become a threat to public safety and a detriment to property values and the city's general public welfare, as well as create an aesthetic nuisance.

 

Property Maintenance Code

The city has adopted the 2012 International Property Maintenance Code (IPMC) as well as a comprehensive property maintenance code which is in addition to the zoning ordinance, building codes, health code, and fire codes.  City Code Enforcement officers are charged with enforcing the various city ordinances related to property maintenance including such violations as junk cars, litter and trash, outdoor storage, parking on grass, illegal signs, and overcrowding. The City's Code Enforcement officers proactively monitor the City to ensure compliance with City Codes and respond to complaints from the public.

More about Code Enforcement
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Guide Report Violation Vacant and Foreclosed
Multifamily Apartment Sweeps