Updated: Monday July 15, 2024

Code Enforcement Violation Records

El Gheko Neighborhood

If there is a number in the Days Open column on the right, the case is open and beng worked by CE. Some cases
have been transferred to another unit of government or to the courts. Sometimes the status has not been updated.
Listing is limited to most recent 300 cases.

Location of Violation Date
Type Status*Description Code Enforcement
Activity No.
6901 E 1st St 06-27-24 Prop Maint Active Trees - Overgrown Trees That Need To Be Trimmed - Ward 2 CE-VIO0624-02477 18
6902 E 1st St 06-27-24 Prop Maint Active Trees - Overgrown Trees That Need To Be Trimmed - Ward 2 CE-VIO0624-02478 18
126 N Langley Av 04-18-24 Prop Maint Closed - Resolved Mult / Excessive Outside3 Storage In Front And Back Of Property, Constructed Block Wall With Chinlink Fence On Top Exceeding 6' (Without Permit) Storage On Northside Of Property In Walking Easement CE-VIO0424-01420
6901 E Broadway Bl 08-02-23 Building Active Mult- Roll Off Container Is Over Filled With Trash, Property Has Old Used Toilets Next To Container. Washer Constantly Flood The Floors And A Fountain Was Installed In Front Of The Office Concerns That The Fountain Was Not Installed Correctly And Without Permits. CE-VIO0823-04904 348
6811 E Paseo San Andres 07-14-23 Prop Maint Active Weeds / Referred From Es / Failure To Respond To Weeds Protocol Address Still In Violation/ Excessive Weeds CE-VIO0723-04540 367
6821 E 3rd St 12-16-22 Prop Maint Active Sofa In Alley Behind The Property CE-VIO1222-00980 577

Clicking on the activity number will bring up more information about a particular case.

ActiveNewly opened case where inspection is not yet completed
CitationCase is open, owner has not responded to Notice of Violation therefore a citation has been issued
Closed-ResolvedCompliant with requirements - case closed
Closed-UnfoundedNo valid violation or problem solved before inspection - no further action taken - case closed
ObserveTypically used for cases where the owner is granted time to comply either though an appeal or other administrative extensions where the inspector is not required to inspect every 30 days.
PendingCase opened, violation(s) identified and Notice of Violation has been mailed out. Waiting for compliance.
ReceivedCase opened but not yet assigned for inspection - to better control workloads
ReferredCase sent to other City department

Date Entered - Date a new case was opened by entering complaint information into the computer system. The goal is to open the case within 24 hours of receiving the complaint. Tucson City Code Enforcement Division. Latest code enforcement violations. Index to neighborhoods.

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