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DEPARTMENTAL PERSPECTIVE, TRENDS & HIGHLIGHTS:
The Enforcement Services Department has made several recommendations for changes to ordinances which the Commission is considering: 1) Complete re-write of the Sign Ordinance; 2) Changes to the Zoning Ordinance related to Home Occupation; 3) Changes to the Business Section of the Ordinance related to Street Vendors.

Our Animal Control Officers are visiting all of the elementary schools in Deltona providing information to the students on our function and service within our communities. 

We continue to track and abate nuisances at foreclosed homes. The foreclosure rate is still at an all time high.    

We have established points of contacts with preservation companies that perform maintenance for banks with foreclosed homes.

Our Staff continues to work in conjunction with the City Attorney's office to collect on past due liens and fines. 
 
A summary of the type of calls for service by the Enforcement Services Department is featured in the table below:

Type
FY 09//10
FY 09/10
FY 10/11
Animal Control Related
4,907
2,346
2,869
Dumping
100
63
51
Garage Sales
120
23
80
Home Business
132
44
46
Housing Code Violation
280
191
197
Improper Parking
1,753
1,105
1,034
Inoperable Vehicles
965
539
514
Lot Maintenance
2,902
779
1,369
Misc. Property Related
708
221
193
No Permit as required
287
106
133
Pools
137
40
58
Signs
52
49
442
Solid Waste Issues
617
311
397
Zoning
22
7
7
TOTAL
12,982
5,824
6,990
  
Calendar Year 2009
Calendar Year 2010 
Calendar Year 2011
Number of Animals Impounded
1,642
516
1,122
 

 
 
2345 Providence Blvd., Deltona, FL 32725
Phone: (386) 878-8100 Fax: (386) 878-8501
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