Code Enforcement & Security
Code Enforcement Guide
If you receive a warning notice, please contact the Sun 'n Lake Code Enforcement Department immediately to let us know how we can help you get your property into compliance. Our main goal is VOLUNTARY compliance.
What happens if you have a violation?
1. Warning Notice: This will give a reasonable time to comply. If you have some extenuating circumstance and need more time, please call and let us know. Our contact information is on the notice. If the property is not brought into compliance; the next step is,
2. Notice of Violation and a Notice of Hearing: Usually mailed together, again giving a time limit. If the property is not in compliance by this deadline a fine will begin to accrue and the property will be brought before the Special Magistrate. There are various associated fees and costs that Sun 'n Lake will be able to recover and may include the cost of correcting the violation. The Special Magistrate will rule on the case and issue an Order. Once the Order is issued it will be recorded at the County Clerk of Courts which will then become a lien against the property.