This is the final article in the four-part series about how each of the Community Development Department’s divisions work for the citizens of Parker.
The Town has adopted various requirements and development standards, designed to ensure that Parker is a safe and desirable place to live, raise a family and conduct business. The job of the Neighborhood Services Division is to ensure that these requirements and objectives are being followed to fulfill the goals of the Town and the citizens of Parker. Typical code violations include land-use violations, health and safety concerns, sign code violations, site plan and subdivision requirements, as well as other sections of the municipal code.
These regulations are enforced on both public and private property depending upon the specific type of Municipal Code violation. Neighborhood Services staff responds to citizen complaints and also proactively reviews neighborhoods, as well as business locations for various code violations. Trash and weeds, sign code violations, snow removal and junk cars are just a few of the issues we address. Sign code violations are one of the biggest concerns we currently face, including the removal of illegal signs from the public road right-of-way.
In addition to enforcement of ordinances, Neighborhood Services meets with business organizations and home owners associations (HOAs) to educate the public about codes or discuss issues of concern. If you would like to have someone from the division attend one of your meetings, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about the Town of Parker Neighborhood Services Division, please visit www.parkeronline.org/neighborhoodservices.