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Code Compliance
Code Enforcement
Welcome to Code Enforcement

The objective of Code Enforcement is to promote a clean, healthy, and safe environment for the citizens of Greenville County. The Division is achieving this objective through the enforcement of local ordinances related to environmental control, junkyards, nuisance signs, substandard housing, and property maintenance.

How Do I Report a Code Violation?
Code Enforcement Truck

Currently, there are several methods of reporting a potential code violation. However, before beginning the reporting process make sure that you have a specific address for the location in question. Next, you can proceed with filling out an E-Service Request online, calling us at 864.467.7090, or visiting our offices in person at 301 University Ridge, Suite 4100, Greenville, 29601.

Which Codes Do We Enforce?
Codes Enforcement Officer

The current code utilized by the department is the 2015 International Property Maintenance Code (IMPS). The IPMC was adopted by Greenville County, which regulates the minimum maintenance requirements for existing buildings. Greenville County’s code is a maintenance document intended to establish minimum maintenance standards for basic equipment, light, ventilation, heating, sanitation and fire safety. Responsibility is fixed among owners, operators and occupants for code compliance. The code provides for the regulation and safe use of existing structures in the interest of the social and economic welfare of the community.



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