Code Enforcement

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    City of Irving Code Enforcement Q&As

    Setting the record straight: Code Enforcement answers residents’ questions about rules and regulations regarding property maintenance. Read on...
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    Is a Building Permit Needed?

    The City of Irving Inspections Department reminds residents that permits are required to erect, alter, move, enlarge, replace, demolish or repair a structure or building. Read on...
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    High Grass and Weeds a Violation of City Code

    Grass and weeds more than 10 inches in height are a violation of city code. Refusal to comply within seven days of a notice can result in a citation and the city bringing the property into compliance at the owner’s expense. Read on...
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    New Hours for Temporary Signs Placed in Right-of-Way

    The times when temporary signs can be displayed in the city’s right-of-ways has changed. Read on...
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    Improving Curb Appeal of Your Property

    There are plenty of free or low-cost ways to enhance curb appeal. The City of Irving's Code Enforcement department offers ideas. Read on...
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    Is This a Violation?

    Learn what constitutes a code violation, as well as other circumstances that should be directed to another city department. Read on...
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89% Citywide compliance rate 92% Activities initiated by Code Enforcement Officers 8% Complaint-base
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