How Tall Is Too Tall? North Dallas Fence Fight BrewingA North Dallas community is feeling unfairly targeted after homeowners began receiving citations from the city claiming their fences were too tall.
Illegal Dumpers Can Smile For The Cameras In Fort WorthAbout half of the 115 cameras are installed so far, but officials expected another 20 percent to go up within the next few months.
Forth Worth Needs Public's Help Eliminating Illegal SignsCode enforcement calls them bandit signs even though a lot of people think they're okay because they're on public property.
Mesquite Launches Program For Homeowners Who Need Helping HandThe Helping Others in Mesquite Everyday (HOME) program was created to help Mesquite homeowners with hardships get minor home repairs and maintenance.
Safety A Priority At This Year's SXSW Festival After 2014 DWI Crash
Residents In The Cedars Going On Smartphone ‘Code Crawl’There are missing sewer lids, broken curbs and overgrown lots in the Cedars -- just south of downtown Dallas. Now residents are hoping their weekend efforts will jump-start those repairs.
No Show Officers Lead To Code Compliance Violation DismissalsHundreds of citations for code compliance violations in Fort Worth have been dropped this year, when officers failed to show up for court dates.
City Fighting To Demolish Blighted Apartment ComplexAfter a year of legal wrangling, hundreds of code violation citations and tens of thousand of dollars in fines issued, the City of Arlington is preparing to demolish an apartment complex it says is dangerous to anyone living in or around it.
Fort Worth Woman Gets Water Turned Back On After 6 Years WithoutFort Worth Code Enforcement Officer Dennis Mitchell was doing a routine code check of an east Fort Worth neighborhood when he ran across something different at Fannie Wilson's home: she had no water service -- and had been without for a long time.

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