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New Missouri City Code Enforcements
Posted on Nov 28th, 2016
City Council Approves Strategic Code Enforcement Improvements
At their Monday, Nov. 7 Regular Meeting, Missouri City Council Members unanimously approved two ordinances related to Code Enforcement policies and procedures; the actions are aimed at assisting officers in the field and streamlining the violation reporting process.
The first ordinance gives Code Enforcement Officers the ability to wear body cameras and to issue a notice to appear in Missouri City Municipal Court to any person who violates a City ordinance. This notice will require recipients to appear on the date indicated, and recipients will be asked to provide personal identifiers such as name, address, date of birth and a driver’s license. In the event an individual fails to appear in court, a warrant can be secured for his or her arrest. 
“With Code Enforcement Officers now able to issue Notices to Appear and issue the notice directly to the violator, we will employ body-worn cameras, such as the ones our officers use, for the purposes of safety, to record for whom the notice is written, and provide further identification in the field,” Police Chief Mike Berezin said. “We have already seen the benefits of body-worn cameras in maintaining the trust of our community in our police force. They also protect the City and our officers from false claims of misconduct.” 
The second ordinance establishes graduated minimum penalties for certain violations, such as high grass, building code violations, solid waste and recycling receptacle screening and junked vehicles. Approved violations are as follows:
Chapter 14 International Code violations (i.e. Building Code) and environmental nuisances (i.e. high grass) –
A minimum fine of $100 for a first conviction;
$250 for the second conviction;
$500 for three or more convictions.
Chapter 30 Junked Vehicles violation – 
A minimum fine of $100 for a first conviction;
$125 for the second conviction;
$150 for three or more convictions.
Solid Waste Receptacle Placement – 
A minimum fine of $50 for a first conviction;
$250 for the second conviction;
$500 for three or more convictions.
As part of this new City Council initiative, staff will also begin publishing updates on the Top 5 Violations in the City. Currently, updates are being shared on the following addresses: See full information on Missouri City Webpage
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