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Please report using the online system. The Code Enforcement Officer will visit the property and conduct an exterior inspection, with primary focus on code, safety and sanitation issues. If any violations exist at the property, the Code Enforcement Officer will send a letter describing the violations to the property owner. If the property owner fails to correct the violations within the prescribed time frame, a citation will be issued and the city may undertake additional action, potentially including court action and condemnation.
Westminster has adopted codes to insure properties don’t become junk yards, which supports clean and safe neighborhoods. These efforts help provide community stability and consistent property values. Section 119-77 of the City Code addresses the issue of untagged vehicles.
A property owner or tenant can place trash cans out no earlier than 24 hours before and 24 hours after the scheduled pick up day.
Residents have 7 days to cut their high grass.
The grass must be 6 inches tall or higher.
If you are concerned about the release of pollutants or possible illegal dumping (chemicals, motor oil, paint, sewage, etc.) into a storm drain system, please contact the non-emergency Carroll County Stormwater Pollution Phone Line (410) 386-2210. Non-emergency response will occur Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. More information can be found on the Protecting Carroll County Waters link here.