City Code Reminder

City Code Reminder
Posted on 02/23/2023

Is your property up to code with city standards?

With spring right around the corner, some people may be deep cleaning their homes soon. The city is letting residents know that it is also a good time to review the exterior of their property to make sure it’s clean and in compliance with city code.

Glendale’s code compliance team will begin inspecting all residential properties for violations such as overgrown vegetation, dirt yards, items in public view, abandoned vehicles and debris. City inspectors will go down every street to look for potential violations. Along with addressing any potential issues with the homeowners, city inspectors will also educate residents in the community on how to remedy these violations.

“Our residents are doing a good job with keeping our city clean but we want to be sure it remains that way,” said Glendale’s Code Compliance Official Tim Boling. “While most of our residents are within code compliance, some are not. We hope by educating our residents we can become a city that is in full compliance with our city code.

The goal of this initiative is to help educate residents and make them aware that inspectors will start viewing city properties. Code compliance inspectors will begin visiting neighborhoods in the next 10-14 days. City officials hope to encourage residents to be more proactive with their space and to clean up any potential violations. Currently, 94% of residents keep their property clean. Glendale hopes you will help contribute to keeping a healthy neighborhood and higher property values!

For more information on code compliance within the city of Glendale, please visit

Code Compliance Postcard