The Community Clean Initiative is designed to create a partnership between communities and the Department of Code Compliance. The initiative educates residents on common code violations and methods of abatement.
Decorative Board -Up
Decorative Board-Up is a neighborhood intervention tool that improves on the traditional vacant property by adding aesthetic, artistic elements, landscaping maintenance, and durable, environmentally sustainable materials. This strategy has shown to be a powerful tool for neighborhood revitalization and economic development. It addresses the core challenges that many cities face today: how to attract new residents and business to a city challenged with large numbers of vacant and abandoned buildings.
Citizens Code Academy
The Citizens Academy is free for participants, and is an opportunity to learn about the functions and services of the Department of Code Compliance Services. It's a wonderful way to become familiar with the services provided by our department and to meet the staff responsible for providing them.
If you are a long-time resident of Dallas, the Citizen Academy will give you a fresh perspective on the current issues facing the city. For those who are interested in getting more engaged with the community, the Citizen Academy will provide you with knowledge of our core functions.
The kid's corner is a special place for kids. Here little citizens of the City of Dallas can find fun videos, coloring pages, and other resources to help them grow, learn and serve. The Department of Code Compliance goal is to make sure your neighborhood is safe and clean. For additional information on how to request our Code Compliance Mascot to visit your school, please contact Donna Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org.