Code Enforcement Department
Office Hours- By appointment only
Example of Property and Code Violations
- Litter and Trash
- Junk Cars or RV’s
- Shopping Carts
- Structural Issues- Roofing, Windows, Siding, General disrepair
- Damaged and Uneven Sidewalks
- Vacant Unsecured Property
- Tall Grass (exceeding 10 inches March through October)
- Overgrown Trees and Shrubs (on sidewalks, roads, etc.)
- Broken Sidewalks
Report Property and Code Violations
The City of Wilmington strives to keep our city clean and properties up to code, however we do need the help of our citizens when addressing these issues. Please help us as we continue to improve Wilmington by reporting violations. If you would like to report a violation, click the link below and be as descriptive as possible with your report.
If you have any questions, please call 937-382-5134, 937-971-9161, or e-mail email@example.com.
Understanding the Code Enforcement Process
The code enforcement process is generally initiated by a concerned resident reporting a possible violation. Approximately 90 percent of code enforcement cases are resolved by the property owner/responsible party following formal notification of the violations. When voluntary compliance is not obtained however, the city will pursue civil citations, criminal charges until the violations have been resolved. If you would like more information about the City’s code, please visit the Municipal Code Library.