With Winter’s Arrival, Animal Control Cases Increase

  • Posted On: December 05, 2014

Frigid temperatures began hitting a major portion of the U.S. recently, which means dog and cat owners who insist on leaving their pets outdoors need to provide a safe environment for their pets. Denver, CO, which gets hit with snow on a consistent basis during the winter months, has animal control officers frequently checking on […]

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Using an Analog Inspection Checklist? Embrace Technology and Speed up Your Work Process

  • Posted On: December 02, 2014

The piles of inspection jobs for rental properties can become a major issue for communities without the staffing to get to them in a timely fashion. In some communities, it’s not the staffing that’s an issue – it’s the processes they’re using to get through the inspection checklist. Sunbury, PA, a picturesque community on the […]

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Citizen Mobile Access Offers Property Zoning Relief

  • Posted On: November 28, 2014

Let’s face it – mention the word “government” and something that comes to mind fairly quickly is “red tape.” The checks and balances can be frustrating for citizens who are just trying to make a living, like businesses in Boston that are required to get two permits for their fire alarm systems, one from the […]

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A Community Development Manager Issue Solved with City Code Software

  • Posted On: November 25, 2014

Government workers ask a lot of their citizens. For instance, Port St. Lucie residents are being asked this summer to be patient in regards to overgrown vacant lots and the city’s ability to get to them in a timely fashion. According to an article from a local media outlet, Port St. Lucie has a city […]

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Give Your Code Enforcement Officer Inspection Software That Works

  • Posted On: November 21, 2014

Working with the community is something every code enforcement officer should do to improve customer satisfaction as well as the safety of the community as a whole. Some of the work processes departments are using currently are counterproductive to this goal. San Luis Obispo code enforcement officers went on a public campaign recently, going door […]

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Boost the Productivity of Your Building Inspector With Building Permit Software

  • Posted On: November 18, 2014

Anyone working in an IT department for a governmental body can attest to lean budgets that keep spending on new technology to a minimum. However, a small investment in mobile software can bring vast improvements that actually save money while improving efficiencies. Whether it’s a building inspector keeping a busy schedule with new construction or […]

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Building Code Issues Got You Down? Try Rental Property Software

  • Posted On: November 14, 2014

Building code issues are something that nearly every code enforcement department in cities across the nation are dealing with on a regular basis. Some communities are affected more than others, especially in areas where rental properties are abundant and landlords do a less than perfect job of keeping those properties in good shape. College communities […]

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Building Inspection Technology Helps Ease the Caseload

  • Posted On: November 07, 2014

The south Napa earthquake that hit the community in the early hours of August 24 only lasted a moment, but its effects are being felt to this day. With losses in the $400 million-plus range, the recovery efforts will go on for years. For city workers, dealing with the structural inspections has been nothing short […]

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Code Enforcement Software Can Ease Your Issues with Weed Abatement and Problem Trees

  • Posted On: November 04, 2014

Trees are a beautiful part of the landscapes in our communities. Arboretums flourish in most states and draw people interested in the various species of trees that thrive in specific climates. Homeowners plant them in their yards to bring shade and beauty to their landscape. However, sometimes these wonderful trees around the exterior of our […]

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Code Inspection Technology Assists in Influx of Cases

  • Posted On: October 31, 2014

We’ve all seen it – formerly well-kept houses that families called home for decades that have fallen into ruin. The siding shows signs of wear and is missing in sections; the roof sags and the property surrounding the home has overgrowth and dangerously leaning trees strewn across it. Neighbors are unhappy and city and/or county […]

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