Codes Enforcement

Codes Enforcement today addresses a wide range of issues that affect our environment, health, safety, property values, and general well-being. Community preservation and improvement are now recognized as necessary to halt or reverse the deterioration of our surroundings. The objective of Code Enforcement is to obtain voluntary compliance for municipal codes.

Prosecuting a code violation is the least efficient way to guarantee an improved community. Therefore, education and guidance are the primary services rendered by a Code Enforcement Officer. 

Responsibilities

  • Codes complaints
  • Collecting insurance premium taxes
  • Collecting parking fees for surface lots and the parking garage
  • Day-to-day operations of the parking garage
  • Registration of businesses
  • Local administrators for alcoholic beverage control


Documents

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    HB252 Amends KRS 244.090 to lower the minimum server age

    HB252, an act relating to the age requirement for serving alcoholic beverages was signed by Governor on 3/25/22. It does not have an emergency clause so it will take effect 90 days after the adjournment of the legislative session. Read on...
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    HB500 signed by Governor and effective immediately

    The bill amends KRS 241.010 to define "barrel-aged and batched cocktails," "private selection event," and "private selection package" and to redefine "consumer" and "vintage distilled spirit"; Read on...
  3. download

    HB252 Amends KRS 244.090 to lower the minimum server age

    HB252, an act relating to the age requirement for serving alcoholic beverages was signed by Governor on 3/25/22. It does not have an emergency clause so it will take effect 90 days after the adjournment of the legislative session. Read on...
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