City of Greenville, NC

 

Code Enforcement Division

 

 

 

 
 

Code Enforcement Division


Code Enforcement officers work to address neighborhood concerns from both an advocacy and enforcement point of view. Staff members work on a variety of neighborhood concerns such as: minimum housing code violations, abandoned structures, weeded lots, abandoned and junk vehicles and other public nuisances within the City.

 
Ordinances enforced by Code Enforcement:
 
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Junk & Abandoned vehicles (SeeTitle 12 Chapter 4)
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Minimum Housing Code

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  Public Nuisances (weeded lots, trash, debris in yards)(See Title 12 Chapter 3)
 
 
Other criteria enforced by Code Enforcement:
 
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Property Maintenance Standards 

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Temporary Signs 

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Code Enforcement Issues in Your Neighborhood

 

Mobile 311 Update Case Information:
 
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Online Interactive Map

    NOTE: Map only shows past 90 days of data.
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Code Enforcement staff also works with neighborhood associations and other groups on a variety of neighborhood improvement strategies. Complaint Process While many people think that problems can be immediately resolved by a visit from one of our officers, there is often a due process that must take place to achieve compliance.

 
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Problem identified (through citizen complaint or officer detection)

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Certified letter sent to property owner detailing City ordinance violation

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7-10 days are given to the property owner to respond to the letter

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After that time has elapsed, a second inspection is conducted on the property

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If the property is not brought into compliance, a bid goes out to contractors to resolve the issue (weed cutting, removing the junk vehicle, etc.)

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The property owner is then billed by the City of Greenville for payment of the services rendered to bring them into compliance

A similar process is involved for structures that are abandoned or structurally unsound. However, those require action by City Council before the structure can be demolished.

 

 

For assistance please contact the following:

Code Enforcement - 329-4110
Parking Enforcement - 329-4110
Or Lt. Richard Allsbrook, Code Enforcement Division Commander at 329-4364

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2013 Code Enforcement Map Jpg
 
 
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- Area A -

 
 
 
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Rebecca Szalaj

252-329-4473

 

 


 

 

- Area B -

 
 
 
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Larry Hopkins

252-329-4118

Corey Barrett

252-329-4237

 

 


 

 

- Area C -

 
 
 
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AJ Basile

252-329-4114

Johnnie Butler

252-329-4346

 

 


 

 

- Area D -

 
 
 
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Lt Allsbrook

Lieutenant Richard Allsbrook
Code Enforcement Division Commander

Richard is a native of Martin County NC, and graduated from Williamston High School in 1983.  Richard began his career in Law Enforcement as a Telecommunicator with Martin County Communications-a 911 communications center under the Martin County Sheriff’s Department. 

In 1986, Richard joined the Greenville Police Department as a Telecommunicator and has worked his way through the departments Patrol Bureau, Administrative Bureau and Investigations Bureau holding the ranks of Patrol Officer, Corporal, Sergeant and Lieutenant.  While employed at the Greenville Police Department, Richard attained a Bachelor of Science (BS) Degree in 1991 and a Master’s Degree (MSP) in 2002 both from East Carolina University. 

Richard was assigned to Code Enforcement Division in February 2012.   “I have worked closely with the Code Enforcement Division in my

prior assignment as the Area A Commander.  The efforts and hard work of our Code Enforcement Division personnel has lead to an improved quality of life and positive transformation of our neighborhoods in Greenville.  These efforts would not be possible if not for the commitment and vision of our citizens, faith based community, elected leaders, and the employees here at the Police Department and the City of Greenville.   I enjoy problem solving and I am committed to continue improving the quality of life for the citizens of Greenville.”

 
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