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Pinal County Community Development, Code Compliance Division is responsible to our property owners and residents to ensure that our neighborhoods and properties are well-kept to enhance the overall image of our community as a whole. As a means of ensuring that property values are maintained and citizens are afforded the quality of life they desire, our Code Compliance Division works with our residents to prevent unsightly, unsafe, and unhealthy conditions by ensuring that all properties meet the code requirements and are not left to deteriorate and become unsightly.

Code-Compliance Team

Our goals are to maintain a high level of interaction and communication with our citizens and striving to provide excellent customer service.

We at Code Compliance realize that communications and partnerships are important factors in determining the overall effectiveness of code enforcement in the county which is why we have begun a new community- oriented direction of code enforcement.

Often, violators are unaware that they are in violation of County requirements pertaining to general property maintenance and zoning. The goal of the Division is to promote and encourage voluntary compliance with County codes.


 Status of Code Compliance Cases

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.


Code Compliance
85 N Florence Street
First Floor
Florence, AZ 85132

Office Hours
Monday to Friday
8:00AM to 5:00PM

Office: 520.509.3555 Fax:    520.866.6530


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