The Code Enforcement Division works to reduce neighborhood nuisances and residential deterioration within the city. Typical violations include overgrown weeds, shrubs or trees, parking in the yard, junked vehicles, trash and debris.
The process starts with a citizen complaint or a code enforcement officer's report. Once a complaint is filed with the city, the Code Enforcement Officer will issue a letter to the property owner stating the violations observed. The property owner then has 10 days to correct the problem. If after 10 days the violation still exists, the City will abate the violation and bill the property owner for the cost (plus an administrative fee). For questions concerning the abatement process, call (405) 793-5052.
The City of Moore Code Enforcement Division handles hundreds of complaints on a monthly basis. Complaints are made on an anonymous basis only. The majority of these complaints include the following:
Please contact the Code Enforcement Division for further information for the remedy to these situations. For questions concerning complaints, call (405) 793-5052.
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The first Earth Day was held in 1970. Over 40 years later, this little holiday gets some big attention, and it’s mission still holds true- to encourage action for a healthy environment! Help the City of Moore celebrate Earth Day on Saturday, May 3rd by taking advantage of some great recycling opportunities and paper shredding.
Moore Recycle Center, 400 N Telephone Rd