Development Services Department - Code Enforcement Services
About Code Enforcement Services

Office Location

  • Physical Address
  • Cliff Morton Development and Business Services Center
  • Development Services Department Map
  • 1901 South Alamo Street
  • San Antonio, TX 78204

  • Mailing Address
  • ATTN: Code Enforcement Services
  • P.O. Box 839966
  • San Antonio, TX 78283-3966


Key Staff

  • Amin Tohmaz
    Deputy Director Field Services
  • Danny Liguez Contact Danny Liguez
    Development Services Mgr.
  • Michael Uresti Contact Michael Uresti
    Development Services Mgr.
  • Phil Laney Contact Phil Laney
    Sr. Special Projects Manager

Welcome to City of San Antonio's Code Enforcement

Code Enforcement function resides within the City's Development Services Department and works closely with the development process. Code Enforcement is charged with the following regulations:

  • Property use (zoning and other development requirements)
  • Buildings and premises maintenance (City Code Chapter 6 Article IV)
  • Dangerous structures including emergency demolitions (City Code Chapter 6 Article VIII)
  • Inoperable vehicles (City Code Chapter 6 Article X)
  • Other quality of life-related codes.
  • For more information, visit Codes Enforced.

To register a property maintenance concern, residents can contact 311 Customer Service by calling 3-1-1 or 210-207-6000. Customers may also access the website or download the 311SA Mobile App. 311 is available seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Team members are automatically assigned service calls based on the geographic location and service type. See Code Enforcement processes for more information.   

Code Enforcement's Adjudication Process

Code Enforcement's adjudication process is mandated by:

Teams & Units

Code Enforcement Officers who respond to complaints directly from citizens or the 311 customer service line. There are 81 Code Enforcement Officers assigned to Ten Field Enforcement Units. Each Unit provides inspection and enforcement services across the city as outlined below. These units respond to complaints received from citizens, the City's 311 system, and on a proactive basis. Code Enforcement is comprised of the following teams and units:

An organizational chart (PDF) is also available. 

Prioritization FOR EFFICIENCY

New performance standards were established, using a tiered target approach, to more efficiently and effectively respond to and resolve code violations. For more information, visit the Prioritization Process.

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