Code Enforcement Officer
8:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.
Monday thru Friday
601 E Broadway, Room 303
Logansport, IN 46947
Who Do I Call For:
Tall weeds, grass, trash & debris and abandoned vehicles
Code Enforcement Officer
Logansport’s Code Enforcement Division is available to assist the citizens of Logansport in achieving an acceptable living environment for the benefit of the community and the City as a whole.
The main purpose of many of the regulations and ordinances passed by the Logansport Common Council is to insure and protect our communities’ health, safety, and general welfare. The success of any regulation or ordinance depends upon the citizens’’ and acceptance of these ordinances.
The code enforcement Division is responsible for enforcing public nuisance complaints, such as accumulation of junk, overgrown lots, and abandoned or junk vehicles.
In Code enforcement cases, it is important to remember that the objective is compliance.
The procedure is as follows:
- A code investigator notifies a violator of any violations. The violator will be give seven days to correct the violation.
- If the violation is not corrected within the seven days, the code enforcement officer will then request a hearing before the Board of Public Works and Safety to answer to the violations.
Code Enforcement News & Updates
The Logansport/ Cass County Planning Department wants to remind residents that permits are required for the following:
- New Construction
- Renovation or Remodel
- Yard/Garage Sales
- Roof Alteration & Re-roofing
- Razing Structure
- Electrical/Mechanical/Plumbing Upgrade
These documents are pertinent to daily life and are how our community is able to function. From single family residences to the business districts, signage, fences, structural changes and additions, the regulations located in the Zoning Ordinances are important to the well-being and safety of the residents of the City of Logansport, The Planning and Building Commissioners Departments are here to help you navigate through the process to get to the end goal.
Please contact one of the departments to learn about the permitting process before you start any project.
Through state law, we are here to enforce the goals and objectives of the community through ordinances that were adopted by your City Council.
For further information, please contact Rob Rennewanz, Sandy Warpenburg, or Libby Myers at the Building Commissioners office at 574-753-4381 and or Arin Shaver at the Planning Department at 574-753-7775.
All yard signs that are placed between the street and sidewalks will be removed