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St. Lucie County’s Code Amnesty Continues Through July 31

Post Date:05/22/2020 8:09 AM

– Over the past two years, St. Lucie County’s Code Amnesty Program has seen between 5 to 8 percent of its outstanding violations remediated, generating roughly $34,000 in unpaid fines.

St. Lucie County’s Building & Code Regulation Division is extending its Code Lien Amnesty program through the end of July instead of the typical 30-day period. This program is an incentive to all property owners in the unincorporated area with liens against their property because of outstanding code violations.

Any business or property owner with an outstanding code enforcement lien that brings their property into compliance with current St. Lucie County Codes and Ordinances will have their lien(s) reduced to 10 percent of the outstanding lien. 

“The ultimate goal of this program is to achieve compliance and improve the health and safety of our community,” explained St. Lucie County Building & Code Regulation Manager Monica Graziani.

To be eligible for the Lien Amnesty Program, the property subject to the lien shall not have any active code enforcement violations on the property.  All properties will be inspected to confirm there are no code violations. Upon approved inspection, the reduced lien (10 percent of original lien) must be paid within 30 days. 

Properties with outstanding code liens are mailed information about this program, along with applications. The deadline to apply is Thursday, July 31 and applications are available online at http://www.stlucieco.gov/amnesty.

For more details, contact the St. Lucie County Code Compliance staff at 772-462-1571.

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