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7 City of Columbus Code Enforcement
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7 City of Columbus Code Enforcement

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4th Annual Bed Bug Summit sponsored by the Central Ohio Bed Bug Task Force

4th Annual Bed Bug Summit sponsored by the Central Ohio Bed Bug Task Force

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  • 1. CITY OF COLUMBUSCODE ENFORCEMENT
    City of Columbus
    Michael B. Coleman, Mayor
    Department of Development
    Boyce Safford III, Director
    Code Enforcement Division
    Dana Rose, Administrator
  • 2. Title 7 – Health Sanitation and Safety Code
    Owner Responsibility
    The owner or person having charge is responsible for elimination of any rodents, insects, vermin, or other pests in a dwelling containing two(2) or more dwelling units and on the premises thereof. The owner or person having charge is also responsible whenever improper rodent-proofing of the premises causes the infestation.
  • 3. Title 45 - Housing Code Pest Elimination
    Occupant Responsibility
    The occupant is responsible for elimination of any insects,rats, or other pests within that part of the premises occupied and controlled by him in a single family dwelling.
  • 4. Code Enforcement Process
    • Bed Bug Complaint is reported by tenant(s) to 311 Service Center
    • 5. 311 Service Request is assigned to appropriate Code Enforcement Area
    • 6. Code Enforcement contacts tenants to perform an inspection
    • 7. Single family dwelling = violation issued to occupant
    • 8. Multi-family dwelling (2 or more) = notice issued to property owners
    • 9. Property owner is given 30 days to comply
    • 10. Code Enforcement performs a follow-up inspection
    • 11. If not complied, Code Enforcement continues to monitor progress, as the issue can be ongoing
  • Code Enforcement Statistics
  • 12. Code Enforcement Statistics
  • 13. Summary
    • Multi-unit dwelling - can be difficult to maintain compliance
    • 14. Difficult to get occupants to understand their responsibility
    • 15. Public awareness in some neighborhoods still needed

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