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Planning & Public Works

Posted on: September 26, 2019

Code enforcement portal improvements

Code enforcement portal improvements

The code enforcement portal launched in 2018 to make it easier to report problems and track the resolution of violations in unincorporated Pierce County.

The portal is also a great way to search a parcel’s case history. Use the map to zoom to an address to see any current violations associated with the property. Select the "Display inactive" box to see ALL violations—past and present.

Recent improvements make it easier to find the active and inactive case information on a property:

  • Featured photo pop-up when you select a dot on the map
  • Numbers in the dots that tell you the how many cases are in the category you select (active and inactive)
  • Green dots and borders to indicate your selected items

Visit to search cases or report a problem.

screenshot of the code enforcement portal

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