Baltimore County Code Violations
We all can agree that a home purchase is one of the most valuable investments that we will make in our lifetime. As residents and members of the Kings Park Association, it’s our duty to uphold a high level standard of living to protect this investment. To accomplish this, your cooperation is key! Complaints are too often received of neighbors who fail to maintain their properties to this standard. To address these concerns, letters were issued to those who are in violation of Baltimore County’s housing code as it pertains to homeowners and their responsibilities in the community. These letters are legitimate and serve as notifications to inform you of the specific violation. But, please be informed that action will be taken against all violators who do not comply. You are encouraged to address these issues as stated in the letter. Any questions may be directed to the COP Director, Clarence Wilson for further explanation, if needed. We would like to thank all who have taken action to correct their situations.
Unsolicited Advertisements - Baltimore County Code Guidance
FYI...Here are the Baltimore County Code and guidance about unsolicited advertisement flyers. If this code is violated, Code Enforcement (CE) requires the actual recipient (homeowner) to make the complaint and testify, if needed, should it proceed to a hearing. CE's phone number is 410-887-3351. While we have signs posted in our community regarding "no solicitation", they are a deterrent for this activity, but we must follow the code below.
President Keith Dyson
Per the code one can place flyers once every 6 months therefore twice a year. We require the actual recipient (homeowner) to make the complaint and testify, if needed, should it proceed to an ALJ hearing. In practice, we go to the business and talk to the owner about the code and cease the activity. Should it continue than we will issue a notice and if warranted go to a hearing.
"TITLE 19. UNSOLICITED ADVERTISING CIRCULARS
21-19-103. Delivery prohibited
For further information regarding the official version of the Code of Ordinances, please contact the Municipality directly or contact American Legal Publishing toll-free at 800-445-5588.
For your convenience, here's a brief list of code violations.
Baltimore County Violations
|Typical Residential Zoning Violation|
1. Unlicensed Motor Vehicles
|Typical Housing Code Violation (Owner Occupied)|
1. Premises Unsafe or Unsanitary
|Typical Building Code Violations|
1. Vacant Building Open to General Public
|Typical Livability (Rental) Code Violations|
1. Unsanitary Conditions of Common Areas, Structures and Premises