It’s as easy as SeeClickFix for citizens to report code enforcement, public works, and other non-emergency issues to the City of College Station. The online application allows anyone with internet access to report and easily track updates to their concerns. SeeClickFix empowers you and your local government to take care of and improve our neighborhoods in a tangible and meaningful way. Continue reading SeeClickFix remains a valuable reporting tool
The City of College Station has used the free SeeClickFix app since 2011 as a handy way for citizens to report potholes, broken street lights or code enforcement issues. The result has been more than 4,700 resolved problems. Continue reading Reporting issues to city as easy as See-Click-Fix
By Julie Caler, Code Enforcement Supervisor
Outdoor living areas have become increasingly popular, especially as do-it-yourself projects. Lots of people enjoy larger and more functional backyard patios that are out of public view.
But the latest trend is to turn front yards and carports into outdoor living rooms complete with big-screen TVs, sectional couches, and coffee tables.
We even see an occasional bed on a roof.
The end of the spring semester means many Texas A&M and Blinn students are graduating and preparing to move out of their apartments and houses. As part of the process, they discover they no longer need much of what they’ve accumulated through their college years. For the City of College Station’s Code Enforcement Division, that can lead to problems. Continue reading Moving out? Consider the options for your unwanted stuff
When it comes to code enforcement, misconceptions are bountiful. It’s time to take a closer look at some of the myths that surround our services and to clarify the role of the city’s Code Enforcement Division.
First, let’s attempt to separate myth from reality by addressing three of the most common misconceptions:
Myth No. 1: Code Enforcement tickets violations immediately.
Reality: Our goal is to educate the resident, property owner and any person associated with a property. The process begins with a door tag, or in the case of trash can being left out after collection day, a can tag.