Code Compliance

Code Enforcement staff focuses on keeping the community a safe & clean environment. It is a constant struggle to be efficient and effective. Together, with the participant of the residence and businesses, we can make this community a better place to live in by following simple rules, "City Code of Ordinances".

City ordinances also known as, "Municipal Codes" are the process of everyday living. They are intended to protect the health, safety, and  general welfare of the community. They regulate the maintenance of land within our city limits, and determine the conditions under which a city may operate or standardize the process of a safe & clean environment. They are written to provide livable neighborhoods in our city. Living in a safe and healthy environment increases property value, enhances your community, and decreases crime & blight.

  1. Odie Martinez

    Code Enforcement Officer Supervisor

  2. Krystal Gutierrez

    Code Enforcement Officer


The city contracts with Waste Management to provide a once a month bulk item pick up. Please see BULK ITEMS page for more information. If you missed the  regular Bulk Schedule Pick Up, you can always drop your items off at the next Community Cleanup event. This event will occur once a month beginning March and ending on October 2024. However, this does not mean  that bulk items may remain on the curbside until the event schedule date. Place your bulk items in the garage or in the backyard until the schedule date.  Click on the link for event schedule and details, 2024 Community Cleanup.