Code Enforcement Division
The City of Concord is dedicated to preserving and enhancing the quality of life in the city. The Code Enforcement Unit works towards this goal by resolving blight, public nuisance and property maintenance problems.
The Code Enforcement Unit partners with the community through the implementation of Neighborhood Partnership Programs and a host of other services. The Code Enforcement Unit is also a division of the Concord Police Department
Defining the Code
There are numerous ordinances (or laws) in Concord that pertain to property maintenance. Most of these have been enacted to protect and preserve the basic character and quality of life in residential neighborhoods. They are typically designed to control accumulations of refuse, and abandoned, unregistered, or unrepairable vehicles.
- Business signage
- Blighted, unmaintained, or unsafe properties, such as pools and fencing
- Disruptive and illegal businesses
- Garbage service and debris accumulation
- Hazardous and overgrown vegetation
- Land use violations
- RV storage
- Vacant and unsecured properties
- Visible storage of junk and debris
- Vehicle storage on private property
- Animal Care and Noise (PDF) - For additional information, refer to:
- Fence Repair and Replacement Disagreements
- Neighborhood Disputes / Conflicts (PDF)
- Parking on Public Roadways
The Code Enforcement Unit is staffed by five Code Enforcement Officers, a Recycling Theft Prevention Specialist, and an Administrative Assistant.
The unit is supervised by a Police Sergeant Renee Williams.