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150 N. Lakeshore Drive,
Ocoee, FL 34761
(407) 905-3100
www.ocoee.org
As of July 1, 2021, State Bill 60 prohibits code enforcement from initiating an investigation based upon an anonymous complaint.   It
requires the individual making a complaint to provide his or her name and address. The concern must be closed if the name and address is
not provided
, unless it presents an imminent threat to public health, safety or welfare.
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The City of Ocoee endeavors to deliver all public services in a professional manner and to respond promptly to all citizen inquiries and concerns.

All submitted concerns are public records under Chapter 119, Florida Statutes, and are open to inspection by all persons

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If you have any pictures or documents that would assist us in the handling of this concern, please attach them below.
Do not take any pictures unless it is absolutely safe to do so.

Please note that The City of Ocoee does not condone the entering of personal/private premises without authorization and will not accept responsibility or liability for any loss or damage to personal/private property, or any physical injury as a result.

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A valid email address is required in order to receive updates on the progress of your concern
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Report a Concern is not an emergency reporting system.

If your issue or concern involves an immediate risk to life or personal safety, Call 9-1-1 immediately.
To report a problem with The City of Ocoee Police Department, please complete an Internal Affairs Report Form.
Concerns are reviewed during The City of Ocoee's regular business hours, Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM.

Per Florida Statute 162.21, anyone submitting a code violation report must provide their name and address.
We cannot investigate code violation claims without this information.


Beginning July 1, 2021, the City of Ocoee is not permitted to take anonymous complaints. State Bill 60 prohibits municipal and county code inspectors from initiating investigations of potential violations of codes and ordinances by way of anonymous complaints. It also requires that an individual making a complaint of a potential violation provide his or her name and address unless there is reason to believe the alleged violation presents an imminent threat to public health, safety, or welfare or imminent destruction of habitat or sensitive resources.
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