Code Enforcement Board
- 3rd Thursday of the first month of each quarter
The City Code Enforcement Board (CEB) is a five-member citizen board, which may be created by a municipal government to enforce the provisions of the adopted Code pursuant to Section 162, Florida Statutes.
Members must be residents of the City and ideally have experience or an interest in the fields of zoning and land use matters. By State law, Board appointments must be “staggered” to enhance perpetual experience among the members. Therefore, initial terms will vary from one to three years.
Members serve without remuneration but may be reimbursed for actual expenses incurred subject to Council direction and approval. Financial disclosure is required annually to the Commission on Ethics, State of Florida.
Each year the members of the Board elect a Chairman and Vice-Chairman, who serve for one year or until they are re-elected or their successors are elected.
The City Attorney or his designee shall serve as legal counsel to represent the Board and attend scheduled board meetings. Also, the Board shall adopt rules and procedures necessary to manage the Board.
The Board shall have the authority to impose administrative fines and other non-criminal penalties to provide an equitable, expeditious, effective and inexpensive method of enforcing the codes and ordinances, where a pending or repeated violation continues to exist.
Such violations include, but are not limited to:
- Business regulation
- Garbage collection and disposal
- Health and sanitation
- Land use determinations which jurisdiction shall be vested in the Code Enforcement Board
- Occupational licenses
- Sign codes
- Storm water
- Appointment Term: 3 Years
- Financial Disclosure: Required