Waste Connections did not run their trash trucks on Thursday, Feb 2, 2023. Thursday's pick-up has been cancelled and will not be made up. If you have Monday/Thursday service your next pick-up will be Monday, Feb 6, 2023.
Service will resume Friday for Tuesday/Friday trash service. If they are unable to finish Friday pickups they will complete the service on Saturday. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Haltom City Code Enforcement operates under the direction of the Department of Planning & Community Development.
Code Enforcement is the inspection, improvement, and rehabilitation of public and private premises by determining the presence of fire or health hazards, nuisance violations, unsafe building conditions, and violations of any fire, health or building regulation, state statute, or city ordinance.
Keeping properties in compliance improves quality of life, increases property values and deters crime. The Haltom City Code Enforcement Division asks residential and commercial property owners to be mindful of these common code violations:
For more information contact the Haltom City Code Enforcement Division.
Code violations detract from our community in a number of ways, including decreased property values, health hazards and increased crime. Any reporting of a code violation will be kept confidential.
Please read the information below to ensure you follow the correct procedure for reporting code violations.
A map is provided below so you know which Code Enforcement Officer is responsible for each district. Please note the correct officer in case you would like to contact them in the future regarding your complaint.
Suspected code violations can be submitted online by filling out the form linked above.