Code Enforcement Division
Code Enforcement Division is intended to ensure the acceptable quality of living environments in Sikeston is maintained. City codes are enforced as a vital aspect of maintaining public safety and mobility and keep neighborhood streets clean and free from debris that would detract from both the appearance and safety of the community. These codes regulate matters related to public safety, zoning matters, public commerce, city cleanliness, public advertisements and displays, vehicular issues and environmental matters.
Effective Thursday, December 5, 2013, the City of Sikeston will begin utilizing the 2012 International Building Code with appendices B, E, I and K; 2012 International 1 & 2 Family Residential Code with appendices H, M, & P; 2012 International Fire Code; 2012 International Fuel Gas Code; 2012 International Mechanical Code; 2012 International Plumbing Code; 2012 International Swimming Pool Code; 2012 International Existing Building Code; 2012 International Property Maintenance Code; and the 2011 International Electric Code.
Ordinances affecting electrical & plumbing matters prevent many fires and problems that would cause expense and devastation. Observance of codes prevents the infringement of rights from one neighbor to another. Codes enable disease control by limiting bug and rodent infestation when enforcing certain lawn care and housing ordinances.
Code-enforcement officers take note of code violations. Through appropriate documentation channels, they deliver notifications to the violators of city codes and ordinances. When an individual is ticketed or summoned to court, they are potentially obligated to pay fines.
Hours of Operation
Mon, Wed, Fri - 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Tues. and Thurs. 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Location & Contact Information
105 E. Center Street
Sikeston, MO 63801
Phone: (573) 471-2512
FAX: (573) 471-1526
To aid each Code Enforcement Officer in becoming acquainted with the citizens of Sikeston, a specific area has been designated to the individual officers for public nuisance issues. This affords them the opportunity to know the individual needs of their area as well as develop a good working relationship within the various areas of the community. Call 573-471-2512 to contact your Code Enforcement Officer below.
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