Code Enforcement

How To Report A Violation

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Compliance with City Ordinances

Code Enforcement seeks compliance with city ordinances pertaining to maintenance, sanitation, rehabilitation, conservation, and safety of existing residential and commercial properties, such as:

  • Graffiti
  • High weeds and grass
  • Junked vehicles

The City of Owasso codes are intended to benefit everyone while making our neighborhoods a better place to live, work, and play. Compliance with these standards can reduce vandalism, deter crime, maintain property values, and prevent deterioration of your neighborhood.

Common Violations


Code Enforcement has to allow due process to occur when requiring abatement of violations. Upon verification that a violation exists, an officer may give a verbal warning to the occupant; issue a written notice and hang it on the door; or, send a letter of notification; all with a specific compliance date.

Upon re-inspection, if the violation still exists, a notice and order is sent to the last known property owner; in addition, you may see a notice posted on the property, and again a compliance date is given. Continued non-compliance may result in judicial remedies or contractor abatement.

  1. Robert Stacy

    Code Enforcement Officer

  2. Brian Dempster

    Community Development Director