DEPARTMENTS - CODE ENFORCEMENT

CODE ENFORCEMENT

The most common code violations are related to:

  • Illegal parking of vehicles

  • Failure to mow the lawn

  • Junk and trash removal

  • Structural repairs

  • Occupational licenses

  • Property line setbacks

The Code Enforcement Department promotes and maintains a desirable living and working environment for the citizens of Belle Isle by enforcing compliance with council-approved city ordinances.  The department’s code enforcement officer strives to educate and communicate openly with residents. Code violators are provided time to correct violations. A code enforcement magistrate conducts hearings for violations that are not corrected in due time.

Code Enforcement Magistrate

The magistrate has jurisdiction and the authority to hear and decide alleged violations of the City of Belle Isle Code of Ordinances, where a pending or repeated violation continues to exist. Check with the city clerk for any recent ordinances that may not have yet been codified.

 

Meetings are at City Hall on the first Monday of each month at 10:30 a.m. unless otherwise specified. Please check the calendar frequently for schedule changes.

Code Enforcement Monthly Reports

2019

December

November

October

September

August

July

June

May

April

March

February

January

 

CE Newsletter

 

2015

Jan-Mar Vehicle Parking & Sales

Apr-June

July-Sept 1 Watering

July-Sept 2 Hurricane Ready

Oct-Dec Political Signs

QUICK LINKS

Public Notice:  PER Section 119.12, Florida Statutes, (2017 Legislative Session, CS/CS/SB 80) - Notice is hereby given that the custodian of record for the City of Belle Isle is:

Yolanda Quiceno, CMC City Clerk

City of Belle Isle

1600 Nela Avenue, Belle Isle, FL 32809

yquiceno@belleislefl.gov  *  Tel 407-851-7730  *  Fax 407-240-2222

In order to best serve the public and to process your request for public records as efficiently as possible, all requests to examine or copy public records can be made in writing.  Please help us in this process by filling out a Public Records Form and return to the City Clerk.

Print Public Request Form

Under Florida law, email addresses are public records. If you do not​ want your email address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing.  Dates, times and locations of all meetings and events are subject to ​change. ​​Copyright © 2014 www.cityofbelleislefl.org.  All rights reserved.

Under Florida law, email addresses are public records. If you do not​ want your email address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing.  Dates, times and locations of all meetings and events are subject to ​change. ​​Copyright © 2014 www.cityofbelleislefl.org.  All rights reserved.