Code Enforcement

The Code Enforcement Division of the Department of Planning and Development partners with home and business owners alike to achieve voluntary compliance as it relates to life health safety; land use; zoning; minimum property/building standards on residential/commercial zoned properties; and beautification.

Code Enforcement is committed to safeguarding the public health; improving community appearance; and protecting the integrity of neighborhoods.

Care of Premises

When conditions within a property are visible from a public right-of-way and tend to reduce the visual appeal of the property, a possible unsightly or objectionable condition exists. The following conditions below can be observed as code violations on private property zoned for the following uses: Residential; Commercial; Apartment; Hotel; 4 Plex; Duplex; Manufactured Housing; and Vacant Lots:

  • Appliances
  • Brush, Dead Trees and Limbs,
  • High Grass and Weeds
  • Building Materials
  • Household items
  • Illegal Land Use/Zoning
  • Outside Junk, Rubbish, Litter or Debris
  • Tires
  • Parking on unimproved surface
  • Inoperable/Wrecked Vehicles
  • Dilapidated Fences
  • Deteriorated Building Exteriors
  • Minimum Building Conditions (Apartments/Hotels/4 Plexes/Mgf. Housing)

Complaints may be filed in Municipal, County or District Court should voluntary compliance efforts prove to be ineffective. 

Maintaining the Quality of our Neighborhoods

Code Enforcement FAQs

Know Your Codes

The City of Borger is working with Code Enforcement on a series of videos, "Know Your Codes" to help educate the public on code violations. Watch our latest video in the series below and subscribe to our YouTube to get notified when we post a new video!