We Need Your Help!
CODE VIOLATIONS: It's everyone's responsibility. Be part of the solution and not the problem. Know the County Codes! Help educate others, maybe help a neighbor in need, or ask for help yourself, talk to a neighbor or contact Pasco County Code Enforcement and file a complaint.
The LPE Civic Association's position on our community code enforcement is that when the LPE's original deed restrictions expired many years ago, it required the LPE residents to be governed and the community would now need to adhere to the Pasco County Ordinances. These County Ordinances allow for our community to maintain a basic standard for all properties within our community. These standards are made and enforced by the county and supported by the LPE Civic Association. These standards also help to protect property values for everyone. Know the codes...follow the codes!
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Are you interested in volunteering with your neighbors and fellow LPE residents? Join the LPE Civic Association and learn how you can help out. Whether you can offer only a little of your time occasionally or you'd like to volunteer to serve on a committee or perhaps work your way up to serving on the board- we all benefit when we help one another. Let us know if you're interested. Email us at info@LPECA.org
WHAT'S YOUR NUMBER? For your safety and to allow your home to be quickly located in case of an emergency all house numbers on mailboxes and driveways must meet Pasco County Code requirements. Numbers must be attached to the home and located near the front entrance.
STREET LIGHTS OUT? Reporting a streetlight that is out is easy. Help us to light up our streets and walkways by following instructions from Duke Energy Website at Streetlight Repair Request
Common Code Violations for Pasco:
How the County Code Violation Notice Process Works -
Inspections are made resulting from complaints received. Once a complaint is received, an exterior property inspection is conducted based upon the complaint. If the complaint is valid, a violation notice is issued to the owner of the property.
If a violation notice is issued, the County gives the property owner time to make corrections. If violations are not corrected, and after consultation with the County Attorney's Office, legal proceedings can be initiated against the property owner.