How do you know if your neighbor or your property is in violation of city codes? Check out our Common Code Violation below or our printable brochure (PDF). View more pictures of code violations in the Photo Gallery.
What You Can Do
Help protect your community from these negative impacts by reporting any code violations in your neighborhoods and preserving property values. Dial 311 to report code violations if you are League City resident. If you have any complaints or concerns please feel free to contact us. Use the online tracking system or contact our office directly 281-554-1480.
High or Overgrown Grass
If the grass or weeds have grown to exceed 12 inches in height, then it is a violation of city ordinance 54-33 (B) and/or (C).
Trash, Debris, & Rubbish
Piles of trash, rubbish, and other debris on visible to the public is a violation of city ordinance.
Having a swimming pools, spas, and hot tubs; holes or items that can retain water, which becomes stagnant is against city ordinance 54-31.
Building Without a Permit
Building a structure, a shed, a patio cover, redoing or repaving driveways, re-roofing a structure, demolishing a structure, and/or other alterations or construction without attaining a permit is a violation of city ordinance 22-31 and 22-6 R113.
Adding Fill Dirt
Adding fill dirt without an approved permit is a violation of city ordinance 22-2 and 43-161.
Parked Vehicles on Grass
Cars, boats, and/or recreational vehicles parked on the grass are a violation of city ordinance 125-170 (20).
Junk Vehicles & Junk Watercraft
If junked motor vehicles and junked watercraft are located in any area where they are visible from a public place or right-of-way and are detrimental to the safety and welfare of the general public, they are in violation of city ordinance 86 to 122. Please see our Junk Vehicle Printable Brochure (PDF).