Use Code Enforcement Operations

The Code Enforcement Operations solution delivers a set of capabilities that help you review potential code violations, inspect code violations in the field, and monitor the resolution of code violations in a community.

In this topic, you’ll learn how to use the solution by assuming the role of a user and performing the workflows below.

Collect code violations

You will start by assuming the role of a code enforcement officer responsible for verifying a potential code violation. You are asked to use Code Violation to visit a potential code violation in the field and verify the details.

  1. Download ArcGIS Collector to your device.
  2. Open the application on your device, and sign in to your ArcGIS Online organization.
  3. Choose the Code Violation map.
  4. Using the ArcGIS Collector form, fill in the following details:

    ParameterValue
    Violation ID

    Type unique ID

    Full Address

    Type Property address (if applicable)

    Location

    Type Property address (if applicable)

    Violation Type

    Select a category

    Description

    Type description

    Municipal Code

    Type Violation code number

    Visible

    Select Yes or no

    Date Submitted

    Select current date

    Name

    Type contact name

    Phone

    Type contact phone number

    Email

    Type contact email

    Violation Status

    Select open or closed

  5. Choose Submit.

Monitor code violation status

Now you will assume the role of a planning or zoning administrator responsible for reviewing current open and closed violations. You are asked to use Code Violation Dashboard to monitor code violations.

  1. In a browser, go to the Code Violation Dashboard.

    The Code Violation Dashboard opens with all code violations.

  2. Review the high-level metrics about code violations such as blight, illegal signs, and overgrown yards.
  3. Select a specific violation type and status, and optionally review by date.
  4. Click a specific code violation to review the violation ID, location on the premises, and property address.