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Brenda Jones, Code Compliance Coordinator

95 Triplet Lake Drive
Casselberry, FL  32707

Ph: (407) 262-7700 x1104
Fax: (407) 262-7763

Report Violations: (407) 262-7766

7:00 am - 6:00 pm
Monday - Thursday
The Casselberry City Commission has adopted City Codes (laws) specifically designed to address blight, nuisances, and to maintain a clean environment for all citizens in our community. The City of Casselberry does this by working in partnership with the people of Casselberry.

The mission of Code Compliance is to promote and maintain a safe and desirable living and working environment. We help maintain and improve the quality of our community by administering a fair and unbiased compliance program to correct violations of municipal codes and land use requirements.

We also work with residents, neighborhood associations, public services agencies and other City departments to:
  • Facilitate voluntary compliance with City laws and codes
  • Empower community self-help programs
  • Develop public outreach programs
  • Establish community priorities for compliance programs

City of Casselberry Code Compliance Officers:

Mark Campbell, Lead Code Compliance Officer

Carlos (Mike) Bauer, Lead Code Compliance Officer

New Casselberry Code Compliance Portal

You can make Casselberry a better place to Live, Learn, Work, and Play
To resolve code compliance violations in your neighborhood, you can:

File a complaint. Please provide specific and detailed information, including exact location or address and a complete description of the violation. All information provided is subject to Florida Public Records law. Use the online form to report a code violation or call Casselberry Code Compliance at (407) 262-7766. 

Lien Reduction
If you have had a code enforcement action taken on your property and wish to ask for a lien reduction, please contact Brenda Jones, Code Compliance Coordinator at  or call at 407-262-7700 ext. 1104

Under Florida law, e-mail addresses are public records. If you do not want your e-mail address released in response to a public-records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing.