Code Enforcement

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Code Enforcement

Code Enforcement

Fulton County Code Enforcement division works in partnership with the commercial district of unincorporated Fulton County (Fulton Industrial Boulevard) to promote and maintain a safe, desirable living and work environment. We administer a fair and unbiased process to correct code violations and zoning requirements.

Code Enforcement

  • Reduces blight, hazardous and unsanitary conditions.
  • Preserves the integrity of a community.
  • Protects the value of your property.
  • Encourages a sense of pride in property owners.
  • Promotes a stable community.
  • Lowers crime rates.
  • Provides safe, sustainable, and an attractive community.
  • Supports economic development.


Common Code Violations             

  • Property maintenance: All commercial properties must be maintained in clean and sanitary condition, free from the accumulation of trash, rubbish, and garbage. 
  • Landscaping: Grass, vegetation, and landscaping beds must be continually maintained.
  • Pavement and Parking Lots: Property owners must maintain the parking lot up to standards, including clear paint striping and handicapped parking spaces. Pavement and pot holes must be in compliance. 
  • Vacant Structures/Land: All vacant structures and land should be maintained in a clean, safe, secure, and sanitary condition so as not to cause blight or adversely affect public health.  


Permits: A business will need the following permits & licenses from the County, if applicable: Liquor License, Building Permit, Sign Permit, and Demolition permit 

Illegal land use: Commercial businesses must be located in the proper zoning classification. All commercial businesses must have the approval of the Zoning /Planning Department in the form of a permit before you can open your doors to the public. 
Enforcement process: 

  • Enforcement usually begins with a written Notice of violation. 
  • Violation provided to the owner and/or occupant.  
  • The notice shall be posted at the property or sent via mail.  
  • The notice shall contain a deadline for compliance. If the violation continues past the deadline, the Code Officer will issue a citation for appearance in Municipal Court. 

For more information, contact Code Enforcement Lead Lt. Anthony Mullins at 404-613-9120.

Click here for the Code Enforcement Brochure