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Building and Housing Codes Department
Property Maintenance Codes

PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODES VIOLATIONS

Violations of City of Jackson Health Codes are related to exterior unsanitary conditions related to property, maintenance of vacant lots, and the improper handling of refuse. This includes debris on private property, unkempt lawns and lots, and unauthorized accumulations of garbage or refuse.

NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES ENFORCEMENT POLICIES

The enforcement plan is as follows:

    The property owner is contacted by telephone or in person if possible to explain the existing health codes violation.

    A letter is then sent notifying the property owner allowing five days for compliance.

    If compliance is not achieved within a reasonable time frame, necessary legal action will be taken as a last resort.

    The City Court Judge may assess fines as high as $50.00 per day court cost and require the responsible party to comply with the Property Maintenance Codes

    Following proper notification, the city may make necessary arrangements for clean up and assess the cost to the property owner.

Administration

Office

Pager

Tom Winbush, Director

731-425-8269

Pat Augustine,
Administrator of Building Codes & Department of Neighborhood Services

731-425-8569

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Paula Morrow,
Senior Clerk

731-425-8262

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Gwen Outlaw,
Senior Clerk

731-425-8262

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Carol Bates, Senior Clerk

731-425-8262

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Codes Enforcement Officers, Department of Neighborhood Services.

Office

Gary Hardee, Coordinator of Department of Neighborhood Services

731-425-8222

Weldon Phelps, Codes Enforcement Officer

731-425-8230

Kenny Johns,
Codes Enforcement Officer

731-425-8204