Historic Brunswick, Georgia ~ A City for All Seasons! -
City of Brunswick, Georgia
The Code Enforcement Division of the Community Development Department works in partnership with citizens to promote and maintain a safe
and desirable living and working environment. We work to enhance the quality of life in our county by eliminating unsightly or hazardous conditions.
Code Enforcement covers a variety of codes and ordinances that the City has adopted to address these issues and concerns.
Code Enforcement Officers are sworn officers of the City.
REPORTING A VIOLATION
To report a possible Code Violation, contact any of the Code Enforcement officers listed below:
Officer Tommy Dixon - 912-267-5587 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Officer Joyce Depp - 912-267-5586 or email@example.com
Officer Chris Jones - 912-267-5593 or firstname.lastname@example.org
COMMON RESIDENTIAL CONCERNS INCLUDE:
Lack of landscape maintenance, including mowing and weed removal.
Littering and illegal dumping
Scrap tires on public or private property
Open burning of any materials
Inoperable vehicles, boats, trailers or equipment stored in public view
Improper storage of trash and yard debris
Storage of junk, including appliances, on public streets or private property
COMMON BUSINESS CONCERNS INCLUDE:
Illegal temporary signs, such as banners and window signs without a permit.
WHAT HAPPENS AFTER I REPORT A VIOLATION?
Complaints are addressed in a confidential, friendly and understanding way. Upon receiving a complaint, a Code Enforcement
Officer will evaluate the situation, possibly take pictures, and determine whether a violation exists. If a violation exists, the Officer will notify
the property owner to explain the problem and suggest possible solutions. The property owner is then given reasonable time to take care of the violation.
A follow up inspection is performed to verify that the violation has been corrected. Most property owners comply after the first notification. Those who do not comply
face enforcement action via the issuance of a citation and a hearing in Municipal Court. The Municipal Court Judge will hear testimony from the property owner
and the Code Enforcement Officer and will rule on the case.