Citizen's Guide to Code Compliance
BEING A GOOD NEIGHBOR
Neighborhoods and structures in the Borough of Lindenwold require proper maintenance to stay in good condition as they age. Maintaining good neighborhoods is the cooperation of individual property owners and tenants. The Borough of Lindenwold Mayor and Council have adopted a standard Housing Code and other Ordinances, which create minimum standards for the bettennent of our neighborhoods. These standards protect surrounding property owners and tenants from having property values negatively affected by substandard conditions.
Keep your buildings substantial1y free of dirt, stains, rust, mold and mildew
Maintain brick, stone, stucco, spray painted surfaces so as to not reflect inadequate maintenance or deterioration. Sidewalks, driveways, fences, railings, roofs, exterior wall & roof must be kept in good condition.
Mow the lawn so that grass, weeds, or other vegetation is 6 inches or less in height on developed property. Mow to the edge of any paved roadway or street, including street curb line.
Trees over the public right-of-way and sidewalks must be trimmed up to a height of 10 ft.
Trees over the street must be trimmed to the height of 14 ft. above street surface.
Vehicles cannot be parked on front lawns.
JUNK, TRASH, RUBBISH, AND ABANDONED ITEMS:
Discarded items that are allowed to accumulate that are valueless, or have only nominal or salvage value and are abandoned or left unprotected from the elements on public or residential property are prohibited.
Boats, trailers, motor homes, campers, etc. may be parked or stored in a rear or side yard, but not in the front yard setback area.
CODE ENFORCEMENT/COMPLAINT RESPONSE:
In many instances, Code Compliance investigates a code violation and takes compliance action when a citizen reports a potential violation. If you think you know of a potential violation, you may report it in any of the following ways:
Online: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Telephone: (856) 783-2121 In person: Code Compliance office, at Borough of Lindenwold Municipal Building. .
THANK YOU FOR HELPING KEEP YOUR TOWN A BEAUTIFUL PLACE TO LIVE!
Any new or existing business within the Borough of Lindenwold must file for a Mercantile License. Please call 856-783-2121 ext. 223 if there are any questions.
HOUSING RENTAL REGISTRATION
All rental properties must file a registration form. Please call 856-783-2121 ext 224 if there any questions.
All sales of a property MUST file for certificate of occupancy (C/O) inspection for smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detector, fire extinguisher and house numbers. Please call 856-783-2121 ext. 224 or 223 if there are any questions.
|Wayne Hans||Code Enforcement / Housing Official|