Code Enforcement/Marshal's Office

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Trey Mock, Keith Pollock, and John Mills


The City Marshal's Office is responsible for enforcing all state and local laws and ordinances relevant to maintaining clear and safe streets and lots.
  • Coordinates and checks Planning and Zoning, Historic Preservation Commission, Tree Committee, and other assigned areas for code violations.
  • Investigates and acts upon complaints and violations reported to the city or any of its departments.
  • Inspects solid waste by checking on apparent code violations such as overgrown lots, abandoned motor vehicles, junk, trash, soil erosion, and illegal dump sites.
  • Attends special functions and training sessions for certifications or mandated training; completes paperwork for certification reports as directed by the city.
  • Inspects businesses for occupation tax certificates, alcohol licensing, and issues notices to those not in compliance.