In January 2019 we launched a new online system to report code violations (and make online payments), called E-360, linked below.

To use this system, you must create an account (it’s quick and easy). See registration instructions below. The E-360 portal allows us to receive, process and take action more efficiently. The system also allows you to make submissions anonymously.

Code Enforcement enforces county codes which reflect the standards of our community. Codes are enforced in an effort to provide a safe and enjoyable environment for you and your family to live in. We work together to create and maintain a beautiful community with sustained property values and a low crime rate.



What We Do

Junk

  • Materials commonly designated as junk must be removed from your property. (Such as: Appliances, car parts, scrap metal or wood, etc.)
  • All vehicles must be licensed or stored within an enclosed, approved structure.

Parking Area

  • All parking areas must be maintained and surfaced with asphalt, portlant cement, or other binder pavement.
  • Parking is not permitted on dirt, landscaped areas, or other soft surfaces.
  • Heavy commercial vehicles may not be parked in residential zones.

Sidewalks and Right of Way

  • All vehicles, including RVs, may not be parked in a way that obstructs pedestrian passage on the sidewalk.
  • Trees and bushes must be cut and maintained 13.5 feet above the street pavement.
  • Areas designated for off-street parking may not be used for outdoor storage of materials.
  • Sidewalks must be shoveled before 8:00 AM the day after a snow storm.

Signs

  • All signs must have a permit issued by Salt Lake County Planning.

Occupancy

  • More than one family or more than three unrelated individuals are not allowed in a single-family dwelling.

Fencing

  • Solid fences, bushes, or hedges (which act as fences) in a corner lot may not exceed two feet in height.
  • Construction of a fence in excess of six feet is not allowed without a building permit from Salt Lake County.

Property Maintenance

  • All weeds must not exceed six inches in height.
  • All weed trimmings must be removed from the premises.

Construction

  • Remodeling, reroofing, window replacements, and basement construction all require a building permit from Salt Lake County.

What We DON'T Do

Vehicles

  • Cars parked incorrectly on the street
  • People living in their mobile trailers

Trees

  • Overhanging tree limbs

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