The objective of the Martin County Code Enforcement Division is to educate and gain voluntarily compliance of all county code ordinances. Keeping Martin County compliant protects and enhances property values and makes the County a more attractive place to live.
The Code Enforcement Division receives complaints from a variety of sources including citizens, businesses, staff members, and outside agencies. Staff inspects and investigates complaints to see if violation of County Code exists then begin taking appropriate steps to achieve compliance. These steps can be either an informal and/or formal process. Cases that are not voluntarily brought into compliance may be presented to a Special Magistrate at a formal public hearing.
Code Enforcement Hearings are typically held on the third Wednesday of the month at 9 a.m. in Commissioner Chambers located at 2401 SE Monterey Road in Stuart. These hearings are also shown on MCTV for public viewing.
How to Report a Violation:
If you believe that there is a violation in your neighborhood or near your business, please select the "Report a Code Violation" button to submit a complaint.
Please be sure to include the address and/or location of the violation, a description, and attach any photos before submitting your request. The complaint will be investigated within five (5) business days. You can also call (772) 288-5505 for more information.
About Martin County Code Enforcement:
The Martin County Code Enforcement Divison is comprised of five Code Enforcement Officers, a License Investigator, a Derelict Boat Inspector, a Nuisance Abatement Coordinator, and an Administrator, covering 753 square miles.
Code Enforcement is located within the Martin County Building Department at 900 SE Ruhnke Street, Stuart, Florida 34994. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.