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Code Enforcement Citations & Fee Schedule for Violations
Posted Date:
6/05/2018
Documents:
None.
 Alert Information:

This new Civil Citation process addresses the type of infractions that are point-in-time, transient, or irreversible in nature.  The violations and Town Code references are:

•          Non-Compliance with Short-Term Vacation Rental requirements – Town Code, Chapter 158

•          Non-Permitted Construction Activity – Town Code, Chapter 150

•          Non-Compliance with Marine Turtle Protection Regulations – Town Code, Chapter 100

•          Non-Permitted Commercial Activity on Town-owned Property – Town Code, Chapter 92

Violations of these Town Ordinances may result in the issuance of a civil citation, with fines of $100.00 for the First Offense, $250.00 for the Second Offense, and $500.00 for the Third and Subsequent Offences, and in which a separate civil citation may be issued for each calendar day the violation occurs. Some violations, such as those related to short term-vacation rental regulations, may result in one or more citations – to the owner, renter, and rental agent.

The Town Code is available at: https://library.municode.com/fl/longboat_key/codes/code of_ordinances

The Town of Longboat Key’s goal in this initiative is to enhance the quality of life for those who live and visit, foster civic pride, strive to promote community awareness, and facilitate voluntary compliance with Town Codes.  

For more information, please visit http://www.longboatkey.org/

For Additional Information:

Planning, Zoning & Building Department Director, Allen Parsons

941-316-1966

 

Town Manager Tom Harmer

941-316-1999

 
 

 

 

 
 
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