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Code Enforcement

3.25.20

Public Safety Director expands Neighborhood Watch program

During this time, the City recognizes that our community members, especially local business owners, may be feeling concerned about the safety of their property and might appreciate some extra patrols specifically to their home or place of business. Happy Valley Police have already increased general patrols, but deputies and members of our Code Enforcement team would be happy to help provide some extra peace of mind for those who need it.

Residential vacation checks are a current service the City provides to residents as part of its Neighborhood Watch program. Residents simply request the service by completing a confidential form through the City website. Since most residents are hunkered down in their homes, we recognize this may not apply to most in our community, but we wanted to extend this resource to local businesses and those who may in fact be away from their homes during this time.

Request An Extra Patrol Form


We protect the beauty and health of our neighborhoods for everyone to enjoy.

We are committed to proudly serving our community in a safe, professional, and effective manner.

Our services are dedicated to enriching the lives of our citizens by protecting the health and welfare of residents through fair and impartial enforcement of the Happy Valley Municipal Code.

Responsibilities include:

Our goal is to educate and seek voluntary compliance prior to enforcement.

The Code Enforcement Division is housed within the Public Safety Department to help facilitate the cross-departmental coordination that is often required to solve livability problems within Happy Valley.

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