Code Enforcement


Our mission is to protect lives and property of our citizens through inspection programs and the administration of codes and standards relating to the maintenance of buildings and nuisance codes.

Code Enforcement Overview

Responsibilities of this position are as listed but not limited to:
1. 2006 International Property Maintenance Code
2. Junk Motor Vehicles
3. Weeds
4. Sidewalk Maintenance
5. Vacant Buildings
6. Demolition

Code Enforcement Board

The Code Enforcement Board is composed of 5 members all of whom are residents of the City of Maysville. The Code Enforcement Board has the power to issue remedial orders and impose civil fines as a method of enforcing city ordinances when a violation of the ordinance has been classified as a civil offense.

Current Code Enforcement Board Members

Ester “Peggy” Gilligan- Chairman
Ben Breslin- Vice-Chairman
Harry Mann- Secretary
Gerald Orme
Ginger San Marco

Rental Dwelling License Ordinance

Rental License Ordinance

Abandoned/Vacant Property Ordinance

Abandoned and Vacant Property Ordinance

Abandoned Vacant Property Application_City of Maysville


Q. How tall can my grass be before violating the ordinance?
A. 8 inches.

Q. What is considered a disabled vehicle?
A. Any vehicle in the City limits must be properly registered. Any vehicle that can not be legally driven on the road is considered a disabled vehicle

Q. Once a property is condemned is it automatically going to be torn down?
A. A remodeling permit can be purchased and the house can be refurbished. Once the Building Official has issued a Certificate of Occupancy the condemnation will be released.