Code Compliance Case Status Meanings
New Complaint – A complaint has been filed, but no action by the Code Compliance Division has yet been taken.
Research – Research is being conducted by the Code Compliance Division prior to sending any letters/notification.
Courtesy Letter – A Courtesy Letter has been sent.
Opportunity to Correct Letter – Official notification, an Opportunity to Correct Letter, has been sent.
Active Compliance Plan – The property owner/violator is following a compliance plan, and the subject property is being monitored.
Monitoring – The property owner/violator is following a compliance plan, required permitting/clearances have been applied for, and the Code Compliance Division is monitoring the status of the permits/clearances as they proceed through the permitting/clearance process.
Demand Letter – A Demand Letter has been sent.
Referred to Hearing Office – The case has been referred to the Pinal County Civil Hearing Office for a hearing.
Appealed to BOS – The results of the Civil Hearing have been appealed to the Pinal County Board of Supervisors (either by the property owner/violator or the County).
Referred to County Attorney – The case has been referred to the Pinal County Attorney’s Office for further action in Superior Court, if deemed warranted by the County Attorney’s Office.
Superior Court – The case has been filed in Superior Court.
Judgment Obtained – A Superior Court judgment has been obtained.
Closed – The property has been brought into compliance, or there is insufficient evidence to proceed.