Code Enforcement Officer definition

Code Enforcement Officer means the Code Enforcement Officer appointed pursuant to subdivision (b) of section 3 of this local law.
Code Enforcement Officer means any person who is not described in Chapter 4.5 (commencing with Section 830) of Title 3 of Part 2 and who is employed by any governmental subdivision, public or quasi-public corporation, public agency, public service corporation, any town, city, county, or municipal corporation, whether incorporated or chartered, who has enforcement authority for health, safety, and welfare requirements, and whose duties include enforcement of any statute, rules, regulations, or standards, and who is authorized to issue citations, or file formal complaints.
Code Enforcement Officer means a person who is employed by a

Examples of Code Enforcement Officer in a sentence

  • Should a remote inspection not afford the Code Enforcement Officer or such authorized Inspector sufficient information to make a determination, an in-person inspection shall be performed.

  • Any non-conforming structure which is located less than the required setback from a water body, tributary stream, or wetland and which is removed by 50% or less of the market value, or damaged or destroyed by 50% or less of the market value of the structure, excluding normal maintenance and repair, may be reconstructed in place if a permit is obtained from the Code Enforcement Officer within one year of such damage, destruction, or removal.

  • Copies of written decisions of the Board of Appeals shall be given to the Planning Board, Code Enforcement Officer, and the municipal officers.

  • When the above action does not result in the correction or abatement of the violation or nuisance condition, the Municipal Officers, upon notice from the Code Enforcement Officer, are hereby directed to institute any and all actions and proceedings, either legal or equitable, including seeking injunctions of violations and the imposition of fines, that may be appropriate or necessary to enforce the provisions of this Ordinance in the name of the municipality.

  • All applications shall be dated, and the Code Enforcement Officer or Planning Board, as appropriate, shall note upon each application the date and time of its receipt.


More Definitions of Code Enforcement Officer

Code Enforcement Officer means a person who is employed by a state or local government and whose duties include performing field inspections of buildings, structures or property to ensure compliance with and enforce national, state and local laws, ordinances and codes.
Code Enforcement Officer means the Code Enforcement Officer appointed pursuant to
Code Enforcement Officer means the Code Enforcement Officer appointed pursuant to subdivision (b) of section 3 of this local law and shall, for the purposes of enforcement of this local law, include those persons appointed as "Building Inspectorsby the County.
Code Enforcement Officer means the Code Enforcement Officer
Code Enforcement Officer or “enforcement officer” means the City’s code enforcement officer(s); the building official; building inspectors; construction inspectors; the fire marshal or his or her designee; fire inspectors; the chief of the police department or his or her designee; the director of the community development department or his or her designee; the director of the public works department or his or her designee; or any other person or persons assigned or directed by the mayor or his or her designee to enforce the regulations subject to the enforcement and penalty provisions of this chapter.
Code Enforcement Officer means the City Building Official or his/her designee.
Code Enforcement Officer means a city police officer, safety officer, citation officer, county police officer, sheriff, deputy sheriff, university police officer, airport police officer, or other public law enforcement officer with the authority to issue a citation.