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Why is Code Enforcement telling me to maintain my property?
Code Enforcement is charged with enforcing many of the Pasco Municipal Codes (PMCs) that pertain to property nuisances (such as weeds, junk, trash, barking dogs, etc.) as defined primarily in Title 9 of the PMCs. Municipal codes are designed to keep the City of Pasco a clean and safe place to live and work. The Good Neighbor Handbook details many of the code requirements in the city.

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1. Who is responsible to remove the tumbleweeds that blow into my property or that pile up against my fence?
2. Why is Code Enforcement telling me to maintain my property?
3. What do I do about the neighbor’s dog that won’t stop barking?
4. What do I do if I see illegal dumping?
5. Does code enforcement handle complaints about loose dogs in my neighborhood?
6. Who do I contact if I’m having problems with my landlord/tenant? Can the city help?
7. How long can a recreational vehicle (like a boat, trailer, motor home, etc.) be parked on the street? Who enforces this?
8. What should I do if I get a notice and don’t understand what I need to do or can’t comply in the time given?
City of Pasco City Hall
525 N Third Ave
Pasco, WA 99301
(509) 544-3080
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8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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