The Code Enforcement Office strives to achieve voluntary city ordinance compliance. We educate property owners, business owners, and residents by specifying the code requirements and any corrective action to remedy violations observed. Property owners that are in violation will be notified of the violation. If a correction of the violation is not made within 7 days of notification, the City will take action to resolve the violation at the expense of the property owner. Education is provided through notices and correspondence. We view residents as partners in improving our community.
Reports can be submitted by filing a code compliance complaint.
In order to report any violation, we require your contact information, type of violation, location, and, if possible, a recent photo of the violation in question. Your identity will be kept confidential to the maximum extent allowed by the law.
City of Johnson Code Enforcement can be contacted by phone at (479) 521-3192 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Code Enforcement FAQs
(Answer) The City of Johnson has ordinances that address overgrown yards, garbage, and unsanitary conditions. Please contact the Johnson Police Department for code enforcement inquiries at 479-521-3192 or email email@example.com.
(Answer) No, not in public view. It is a violation of city ordinance to have or leave any abandoned, unlicensed, inoperable, unsightly motor vehicle exposed to public view on any private premises for a period of more than 15 days.
(Answer) Yes, permits are required and can be obtained at Johnson City Hall located at 2904 Main Dr. Only 4 garage sales are allowed per year. There is no charge for the permit.