PurposeThe Code Enforcement Board is a quasi-judicial board that hears and decides cases involving code violations. The Board has the power to levy fines on properties found in violation.
This Code Enforcement Board was created on June 2, 1987 through the adoption of Ordinance No. 87-19.
- Members of the Code Enforcement Board shall be residents of the county
- Appointments shall be made in accordance with applicable law and ordinances on the basis of experience or interest in the subject matter jurisdiction of the respective Code Enforcement Board, in the sole discretion of the local governing body
- The membership of each enforcement board shall, whenever possible, include an architect, a businessperson, an engineer, a general contractor, a subcontractor, and a realtor.
- All appointments shall be made for terms of three years.
- Each one of the five county commissioners shall individually appoint one member to the Code Enforcement Board
- The Board of County Commissioners shall collectively appoint the other two members
- Code Enforcement Board members collectively appointed by the Board of County Commissioners shall not serve more than two consecutive full three-year terms.
- Code Enforcement Board members individually appointed by one county commissioner may serve more than two consecutive terms. However, when a county commissioner leaves office, his successor may replace the member appointed by his predecessor with an individual of his choosing who shall complete the unexpired term of the replaced member.
Required for a Quorum
- 1st Wednesday of every month
- County Commission Chamber of the Roger Poitras Administration Annex located at 2300 Virginia Avenue, Fort Pierce, Florida
Is Financial Disclosure Required to Serve?
Danielle Williams, Code Enforcement Supervisor
Jack Krieger, Outside Counsel
Debbie Isenhour, Planning Technician
|| Commissioner Dzadovsky
|| Commissioner Bartz
|| Commissioner Hutchinson
|| Commissioner Townsend