Code Compliance addresses issues that pose a threat to the health, safety, well-being, and quality of life for residents and visitors in the City of New Smyrna Beach. It is because our citizens want safe, sound neighborhoods that we are proactive in our efforts.
Often, the best way to solve a problem is to become a part of the solution. You can help to make New Smyrna Beach a safer community by keeping your property clean. Most common concerns relate to substandard structures, high weeds and grass, trash and debris accumulation, open storage, junk vehicles, and front yard parking.
Reporting violators is important to the overall quality of life in our community and helps our inspectors do a better job. To expedite service and response, please have a specific address or block before calling or filing a Contact us Contact us Contact us Contact us Contact us Contact us complaint online, along with any additional helpful information.
The City of New Smyrna employs full-time Code Compliance officers responsible for enforcing the City’s non-criminal codes. The function is a complaint-based effort that involves:
If an issue cannot be resolved at the staff level, a Code Compliance Board made up of citizen volunteers empowered to hear cases brought by Code Compliance staff and a Special Magistrate are available to pursue other avenues toward compliance.
Contact Code Compliance
Please call (386) 410-2870 or use Contact us Contact us Contact us Contact us this online form to request an inspection at a location in the City of New Smyrna Beach.
The Florida Legislature in 2021 passed Senate Bill 60, which amended Florida Statute 125.69 (4)(b), Florida Statute 162.06 (1)(b), and Florida Statute 162.21 (3)(b). Effective July 1, 2021, Florida Statute prohibits code enforcement officers from investigating anonymous tips unless the violation presents an imminent threat to public health, safety, welfare, or the imminent destruction of habitat or sensitive resource.