Code Enforcement

What Does It Mean To You?

As citizens of the unincorporated areas of Seminole County, you owe it to yourselves and to your community and neighbors to maintain your homes, property and businesses in a manner which has a positive effect on the overall appearance of our County.

The basis of the Code Enforcement Program rests upon each of you acting as good neighbors.  You all have property rights that protect you; however, the term "property rights" also implies that a property owner has certain responsibilities.  No property within the unincorporated areas of Seminole County may be used or maintained in a manner which downgrades the value, use, enjoyment or safety of your own or a surrounding property.