Code violations Lee County
Disclosure for this report on code violations Lee County:
My work done for me and shared with you.
This report was prepared from the October 2016 Code Violations for Unincorporated Lee County
Data was harvested from Lee County Permitting website and then manually researched.
FYI The Lee County Data formats are very hard to work with.
Code violations Lee County Investigates:
Overgrown Grass and Lot Mow Violations
Trash and Nuisance Accumulation
Inoperable, Unlicensed, and Abandoned Vehicles
Building Without a Permit, Expired Permits
Signs in the ROW/Road Obstruction
Zoning Violations/Illegal Land Use
Dock and Shore Violations
Code violations Lee County Does Not Investigate:
Dogs (barking, abused, stray, loose, feces, etc.)
Debris in the ROW (Right of Way)
Septic Tank/Well Issues
Onsite worker safety
Derelict Vessel Removal
Hazardous Waste/Oil Spills
Properties in the City of Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Bonita Springs, Fort Myers Beach, Sanibel and the Village of Estero
Code violations Lee County: 1954 Violations for 10/2016
|Fence w/o Permit||39||2.00%|
|Certificate of Occ (none)||16||0.82%|
|Tag & Tow||11||0.56%|
|SAINT JAMES CITY||7||0.36%|
Homestead Versus Non-Homesteaded:
|Fence w/o Permit||16||10|
About the study area: Lee County is a county in the State of Florida. As of the 2010 census, the population was 618,754. The county seat is Fort Myers, and the largest city is Cape Coral.
Lee County comprises the Cape Coral–Fort Myers, FL Metropolitan Statistical Area.
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