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All property owners and occupants are responsible for maintaining their properties in accordance with certain standards. These standards are designed to protect the environment and maintain the appearance and property values within our city.
The Code Compliance Division is responsible for assuring that all existing residential and non-residential structures and all existing premises maintain minimum requirements and standards as set forth by the International Property Maintenance Code as adopted by the City Council. Click here to learn more about the standards and frequent code violations. Read more in the Summer 2019 Code Enforcement Guide.
Reporting Code Violations
All issues involving criminal activity should be directed to the Police Department at 678-382-6900. For issues that may result in immediate harm to yourself, others, or property, please dial 9-1-1 immediately.
1.) Go to www.dunwoodyga.gov/codeviolation
2.) Download the mobile app “iWorQ Service Request” and using the Agency Code of Dunwoody.
Multi-Family Code Compliance
In addition to the traditional methods of addressing code violations, the City Council has adopted a proactive policy aimed to ensure all multi-family residential properties are maintained in accordance with adopted codes for property maintenance. The Multi-Family Code Compliance Program includes a combination of code compliance inspections of both the interiors and exteriors of multi-family residential properties.