If you have received a Notice of Violation or other document from The Department stating that a violation exists, and you have evidence that there is not a violation or that you are not responsible, we want to know. This could include evidence that:
- The violation does not exist; or
- You are not responsible. Please note that property owners are typically responsible for violations on property they own.
If you know the name of the Code Enforcement Officer handling the violation you are challenging (he or she is identified on the Notice of Violation) please contact that individual directly to coordinate presenting your evidence.
If you don’t know who is handling the violation please feel free to contact Code Enforcement by email at [email protected] or by phone at (408) 299-6723. Please be sure to include:
- Your name.
- The property address and Assessor's Parcel Number, if you know it.
- The reason you are challenging the violation.
- The best method to contact you.
If you aren’t challenging any violations but want to contact Code Enforcement to better understand a violation, request additional time to correct a violation, or to learn what options exist to correct a violation, please follow the same process above.