Note: Code Enforcement does not handle Animal Control issues or Noise Complaints. Please contact the Grand County Sheriff's Office: (435) 259-4321.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Code Enforcement?
What types of complaints are investigated?
What is the process for filing a complaint?
What should be included in a complaint?
Are complaints anonymous?
If the Code Enforcement Officer determines there is a violation, what are the next steps?
When enforcement staff determines there are reasonable grounds to believe a violation did or does occur, a Written Warning letter is sent to the property owner(s) and each person who is or may be responsible for the violation. This Courtesy Letter will inform the recipient that they have 10 Business days (known as ‘Cure Period’) to comply with the violation or to sign a Voluntary Compliance Agreement to come into compliance.
If the violation(s) have not been corrected within the provided time frame, a formal Notice of Violation will be sent to the responsible person. If the violation(s) are not corrected, the County may issue civil citations, processed through administrative hearing procedures under Chapter 1.16.
A person aggrieved by a Notice of Violation or Final Decision may appeal the same within 10 days of service of the decision by written Request for an Administrative Hearing.
Voluntary Compliance Agreement (NEW!)
We understand that it may be difficult to come into compliance and that's why we have created a Voluntary Compliance Agreement option for the Responsible Person.
If the Compliance Officer and the Responsible Person agree to a deadline and terms for correcting the violation, they shall enter into and sign a voluntary Compliance Agreement. The Compliance Agreement is a contract between the County and the Responsible Person in which the Responsible Person agrees to cure the violation within a specified time and according to specified conditions.
A note about illegal Camping in Grand County:
Camping outside of permitted areas in Grand County is prohibited in all zones. The landowner who is allowing the illegal camping to take place will be considered the Responsible Party and will be the subject of the Enforcement Process, not the party that is camping illegally.