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Pasco No Longer Investigating Anonymous Code Violation Complaints

By Meaghan Goepferich Posted on July 9, 2021

State law changes code violation reporting rules

Pasco No Longer Investigating Anonymous Code Violation Complaints

Pasco County Code Enforcement is no longer able to investigate anonymous code violation complaints, including anonymous non-emergency animal complaints, due to a new Florida law that takes effect July 1, 2021.  You can continue to help your Code Enforcement officers keep your community safe and looking beautiful by filing a complaint and providing your name and address.

Reporting an issue is easy and convenient on the MyPasco App.  You can upload photos and indicate problem areas on a locator map. 

You can also contact Pasco County Customer Service at 727.847.2411 or online at bit.ly/PC-CustomerService to report issues such as:

  • Yards being used as a storage area for junk or debris
  • Inoperative/unlicensed vehicles
  • Illegal dumping
  • Noise violation

Code Enforcement handles most complaints within 7-10 business days and is often able to resolve issues without issuing a citation.

Find answers to the most-frequently asked code compliance questions at: bit.ly/Cod e-FAQs.

To learn more about Pasco County Code Enforcement, please visit our website: bit.ly/PascoCode.

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