Code Compliance

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The Code Compliance Department accepts complaints via the following ways:

  • Doral 311 (allows users to send a detailed message with specific requests)
  • Phone - (305) 593-6680
  • Fax - (305) 593-6612
  • Walk-ins
  • E-mail  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Standard Mail

All complaints will remain anonymous if requested. Since all information that is received is public record under Chapter 119 of the Florida Statutes, if you wish for your complaint to remain anonymous, you should refrain from providing any contact information and/or sending a complaint via E-mail. If the complainant is anonymous, a case number can be provided in order to track the status/progress of the case. If contact information is provided, the Code Compliance staff will provide status reports of the progress of the case.

All complaints are investigated and the Code Compliance Officers are trained to observe the violation(s) prior to proceeding any further.

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