The position of Codes Enforcement is an important position in the planning department as well as for the City of Morristown. The codes official is responsible for the making sure the properties within the city limits are clean and free from environmental hazards.
The Codes Enforcement Official answers calls from residents pertaining to trash and other types of refuse left on property or not disposed of properly.
If you want to make a complaint regarding Codes Enforcement, please call the City offices or report it online through our Citizen Concern Reporter.
The Codes Enforcement Official is in charge of enforcing the following Codes Enforcement Titles:
Title 9: Businesses, Peddlers, solicitor, etc…
Title 10: Animal Control
Title 13: Property Maintenance Regulations
Title 14: Zoning and Land Use Control
Title 16: Streets and Sidewalks, Etc…
Title 17: Refuse and Trash Disposal
Garage Sale Ordinance
Temporary Sign Regulations (Yard Sale Signs, campaign signs, event signs, etc.)