Please select the link related to your area of interest or view all Customer Service Center service request types.
Any vehicle that cannot be legally driven on the street is considered an inoperative vehicle. This means that the vehicle must have a current license plate and must be operational.
Use this service to report accumulated junk, trash or debris that occurs on private property.
Things such as lawn mowers, concrete blocks, lumber, and buckets for example should be stored away in a storage building or garage. At the very least, they may not be visible from the street and should be behind a fence or wall.
Use this service to report buildings that are missing their addresses.
Use this service to report a structural violation complaint. This includes buildings with such conditions as peeling paint, broken windows, roof damage, and/or abandoned properties.
Report building renovations and/or construction without permits here.
Use this service for questions about paying City of Tampa Code Enforcement Civil Citations online within 30 days after citation issuance. After 30 days, all City of Tampa Civil Citations must be paid at the Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Use this service to view the disposition of cases brought before the Code Enforcement Board.
Final agendas for scheduled Code Enforcement Board meetings.
Use this service for general correspondence to Code Enforcement. The Department of Code Enforcement is the City of Tampa entity responsible for enforcing Chapters 19, 20.5 and 27 of the City of Tampa Code.
To report specific infractions select the link that most closely describes the situation:
commercial vehicles in a residential zone ,
Use this service to report a commercial vehicle, inclusive of school buses, that is parked in a residential district.
The parking of commercial equipment in any residential district is prohibited, except within any entirely enclosed structure which meets the regulatory requirements for the applicable zoning district.
Use this service to report a condition where new construction, renovations or remodeling work is occurring to an existing home or building on private property, and there is no building permit posted on the job.
Use this service to pay for a foreclosed property registration.
Use this service to report graffiti on public property. The City of Tampa has a zero tolerance policy for graffiti and is committed to removing graffiti within 24-48 hours of it being reported.
Use this service to report illegal dumping or accumulated junk, trash, debris on publc rights-of-way or alleyways within the City of Tampa limits.
Use this service to report a code violation related to the posting of an illegal sign, improper placement of signs (snipe signs) in the rights-of-way, attachments to utility poles or on trees, shrubs or plants.
Use this service to have litter and trash removed from various intersections, roadways, public right-of-ways and parks.
Use this service, if no other service category seems to fit your situation or concern.
Use this service for general correspondence to the Neighborhood Enhancement division.
Use this service to report a code violation related to an overgrown lot/yard. Overgrowth includes, but is not limited to: shrubs, trees, vines, bushes and weeds.
For information on WetLands (EPC)
Use this service to submit questions about or report violations to the City's Zoning code, such as violations of the height limits, setback encroachments, or illegal uses.