Our homes are one of the most important investments we will make in our lives. Homeowners generally work hard to maintain their property in safe and pleasant condition. In the case of some homes, however, unsafe and unsightly conditions arise for a number of reasons. In order to safeguard the public health, and to protect property values, Beavercreek Township adopted the International Code Council’s Property Maintenance Code in 2018.
The Township’s goal is, first and foremost, to educate our residents of the requirements in our Code. If we identify a property maintenance issue on your property, we will work with you to get into compliance with our Code. The most common property maintenance issues involve tall grass/weeds, inoperable vehicles, and unsafe or unsanitary structures and conditions on a property.
Enforcing the Property Maintenance Code is meant to ensure that these unsafe or unsanitary conditions do not result in injury to residents or devaluation of nearby property. If you have any questions or concerns about the Property Maintenance Code, or wish to report unsafe/unsanitary conditions to the Zoning office, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and our staff will happily assist you. For urgently unsafe conditions that pose an imminent health or safety risk, such as structural damage, please call our office at (937) 306-0065 and speak to a Zoning Officer.