How do I notify the Town about a possible code violation?

A complaint about a possible code violation is made by letter, telephone, email, or in person to the appropriate Town department. In an average year, the Town receives thousands of complaints about possible code enforcement violations.

Please be prepared with specific information, such as the property's address, a detailed description of the situation, and the length of time you have observed the situation. Complaints may be made anonymously (however, this may restrict the Town's ability to follow up on the complaint or obtain additional details that might assist in resolving the situation).

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1. How are codes enforced?
2. How do I notify the Town about a possible code violation?
3. What is the procedure for following up on possible code violations?
4. When Is the Town Responsible for Repairing or Replacing a Retaining Wall?
5. When Are Property Owners Responsible for Repairing or Replacing a Retaining Wall?
6. When Are Homeowners Associations Responsible for Repairing or Replacing a Retaining Wall?
7. What Town Ordinances Determine Responsibility?
8. Retaining Wall Information/Mitigation Tips