What is a Notice & Order courtesy notice?

A Notice and Order is an official written notification from the City of violations that need to be corrected before a given compliance deadline. A Courtesy Notice is generally the same notification of a Notice and Order but is aimed specifically at nuisances with a seven-day compliance deadline. These notices are generated by the City's Neighborhood Improvement Officer (NIO) upon receipt of a complaint about a property and verification that the condition of the property violates the City's minimum property maintenance standards. If you have received a Notice and Order or a Courtesy Notice and have specific questions, you may email Neighborhood Improvement Officer Brad Hauman or call him at 309.524.2014.

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