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Code Violation Report

  1. Neighborhood Services DivisionCity of Greenwood Village Logo

    Code Violation Complaint

    A neighborhood services code violation report is received by local authorities detailing infractions against established local codes and ordinances. These codes ensure community safety, health, and aesthetics. Common violations include property neglect, illegal dumping, zoning infractions, building without permits, keeping abandoned vehicles, excessive noise, animal control issues, and health/safety hazards. Reports usually arise from neighbor complaints or routine inspections. Offenders typically receive a notice and deadline to address the violation, failing which they might face fines or legal action. 

    These reports and related items in Colorado are subject to the Colorado Open Records Act, meaning the public can access them.

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  4. Terms and Conditions for Making a Code Enforcement Complaint:*

    • Accuracy of Information: By submitting a complaint, you affirm that all information provided is true and accurate to the best of your knowledge. Knowingly submitting false information may be subject to penalties under local law.
    • Confidentiality: While we strive to maintain the confidentiality of personal details, please be aware that specific information may be subject to disclosure under the Colorado Open Records Act or similar legislation. However, email addresses will typically be redacted to protect individual privacy.
    • Anonymity: You have the right to remain anonymous. However, please note that choosing to do so might limit the possible enforcement level. Should the complaint reach legal proceedings, officers are required to answer honestly to questions posed by a judge, which may include any known information about the reporting party.
    • No Retaliation: Retaliation against individuals for making a good faith complaint is strictly prohibited. If you believe you are being retaliated against, please notify the appropriate authorities immediately.
    • Follow-up: By making a complaint, you understand that the enforcement department may contact you for additional information or clarification unless you remain anonymous.
    • No Guarantee: Submitting a complaint does not guarantee that enforcement action will be taken. All complaints will be reviewed and investigated, and the applicable laws and regulations will determine appropriate action.
    • Limitation of Liability: The enforcement department and its representatives are not liable for any actions or omissions resulting from the information provided in the complaint or the subsequent investigation.
    • Amendments: These terms and conditions may be updated periodically to reflect changes in local laws, regulations, or procedures. It's the responsibility of the complainant to stay informed of these changes.
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