Why is Code Enforcement important?
- Protect the safety and welfare of Bradbury residents
- Maintain and increase property values
- Reduce vandalism
- Bolster maintenance and continued development in the City
Property maintenance standards
Ground Covering Regulations
Bradbury Municipal Code Section 9.109.030(21) and 9.109.035 require properties within the City of Bradbury to maintain ground covering on their property consisting of properly maintained vegetative growth, decorative rock, artificial turf, or fire-resistant bark or wood mulch. The City has developed and maintained a list of ground coverage sections and a collection of model ground coverage plans to assist residents and landowners in meeting the requirements. These plans can be accessed by clicking here.
Uninhabited residential registry
The City of Bradbury requires, pursuant to Bradbury Municipal Code Section 9.110.010, that uninhabited properties located within Bradbury to register with City Hall if the property has been vacant for a period of 60 consecutive days or longer. Periodic visits by a third party shall not constitute inhabitation. The purpose of such registration is to mitigate the public safety or code enforcement issues that can arise when residential properties are uninhabited for extended periods of time. Once a property is registered, the property owner shall keep the list of contacts current and ensure that each person on the list qualifies as an authorized person to act on behalf of the property owner. Additional information on the Uninhabited Residential Registry can be found in the municipal code by clicking here.