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Code Enforcement Officers Fight a Fire
Shout out to City of Irving Code Enforcement Officers Jaime Casas and Medhanie Estifanos!
In early 2023, they were driving back to City Hall when they noticed smoke coming from the bushes near the clock tower in downtown Irving. They quickly pulled over and grabbed a fire extinguisher from their vehicle.
While Estifanos sprayed the bushes, Casas called the Irving Fire Department. Thanks to their quick thinking they kept a bad situation from becoming even worse!
REGISTER A COMPLAINT
- Submit a Code Complaint online
- Contact the Code Enforcement Department at (972) 721-4829 during business hours or (972) 721-4929 (automated)
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Include the following information to help the investigation process:
- Location or address
- Name of business, company or property
- Nature of violation
- My neighbor has been draining his swimming pool onto my lot. Who can I contact to stop this?
- How often are apartments in Irving inspected?
- How often can I have a garage sale at my apartment complex?
- What do I do if I have maintenance issues with my unit?
- What do I do if I have a problem with my lease or utilities charges by my apartment complex?
- My vehicle was involved in an accident and does not run. Can I store it in the apartment complex parking lot until the insurance claim is settled?