The Page City Code of Ordinances were put in place, in part, to promote the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Page, and to protect the community as a whole from deterioration and decline by establishing minimum standards for the use and maintenance of all buildings and property. Compliance with the City Code is required by all citizens of Page.
Our goal is to resolve code violations quickly and efficiently through fair and reasonable collaboration with our citizens. The Code Compliance Division is here to provide education and resources to help correct existing violations and prevent future issues. Together we can make our city a better place to live.
Page City Hall
697 Vista Avenue
Page, AZ 86040
Phone: (928) 645-4354
Fax: (928) 645-4393
Click on Headings for Details:
- Fill out the Code Violation Complaint Form and submit it through our website or at City Hall
- Call us at (928) 645-8861
Click on Headings for Applicable Ordinances
- Abandoned or Junk Vehicles
- Vehicle Parking
- Garbage/Junk in Yard
- Plant Overgrowth/Weeds in Yard
- Visible Home Disrepair
- Living in Recreational Vehicle (RV)
- Recreational Vehicle (RV) Parking
- Fences in Disrepair
- Fences Constructed of Unapproved Material
- Fences Over Regulation Height
- Construction Without a Permit
The Code Compliance Division responds to complaints submitted by members of the public, City Council, the City Manager, or as discovered during the course of routine patrols, and works with citizens to resolve violation issues. We partner as necessary with the Police Department, Animal Control, and outside entities such as the Arizona Department of Health Services.
When a concern is reported, a staff member will review and investigate the case to confirm whether a violation exists. Unless the issue poses an imminent threat to the health, safety, or welfare of any citizen that requires immediate action, the Code Compliance Division will then notify the property owner or other responsible party of the violation, propose the solution, and work with the party to resolve the problem.
While it would be ideal if violations were corrected as soon as notification was given, we understand that each situation has different circumstances and strive to work together with our citizens to resolve issues within a fair and reasonable timeframe.
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