Code Enforcement Services


What does a Code Enforcement Officer do?

2.32.020 - Duties:

The ordinance enforcement officer's duties shall include the following: investigation of ordinance violation; issuing and serving ordinance violation notices; issuing and serving appearance tickets; issuing and serving municipal ordinance violation notices and municipal civil infraction citations; appearance in court or other judicial or quasi judicial proceedings to assist in the prosecution of ordinance violators; and such other ordinance enforcing duties as may be delegated by the city council, city manager, or assigned by the city attorney.

(Ord. 899 § 14 (part), 1997)

Code Violation Complaints
Residents may lodge a complaint by calling the Code Enforcement Department (248) 546-4074, or making a complaint in person at the Building Department located on the main floor of City Hall.  All complaints are kept confidential unless otherwise advised.

Please be advised that compliants, violations, and tickets take time to process, be issued, and more. Patience is asked for those awaiting a result of a complaint they may have filed, however; if a resident does have a question or would like an updated, they are encouraged to call the Code Enforcement Department.

Home Repair Programs  (for more information on these programs, please visit the Community page and click on the Programs tab on the left).

Oakland County Property Improvement Program;

MSHDA Property Improvement Program

Code Enforcement Schedule Information
A Code Enforcement Officer is available to speak with residents and property owners at City Hall during the following days/times:

Monday - Thursday: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

To schedule a call or visit, please get ahold of the Code Clerk, Julie Andrzejewski, at the following information: