What should I do if I witness a violation of a city ordinance or a Class C misdemeanor?
If you personally witness a violation of a city ordinance or Class C Misdemeanor offense, you should report the violation to the proper authorities (e.g., Code Enforcement or Police Department). If the suspect has been identified and a report has been prepared for our office, then the person wishing to pursue the matter against the violator should call the City's Prosecutor's Office at (972) 721-3600 to schedule an appointment with one of the prosecutors.

Appointments are scheduled for Fridays in the order the phone calls are received. The prosecutors will discuss the matter with the person and the options available, up to and including the filing of criminal charges in Municipal Court. Persons wishing to file a compliant will be asked to read and sign a Complainant's Information Sheet (PDF).

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2. How can I get a copy of an Irving ordinance or resolution?
3. What should I do if I witness a violation of a city ordinance or a Class C misdemeanor?
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