In Harrisonville, most ordinance violations fall into three categories, Property Maintenance, Zoning, or Nuisance Abatement.
Residents may wish to contact the Community Development Department at City Hall to report violations. After receiving the report, a building division inspector will inspect the property to determine if any violations do exist. Provided a violation is verified, a letter will be sent to the owner of the property stating the violation, and time frame allowed for correcting the violation. Failure to comply with city ordinances may result in the city abating the violation and charging the costs against the property, or issuing a General Ordinance Summons (GOS) to the property owner.
It is the Community Development Department's responsibility to enforce the City property maintenance, zoning, and nuisance abatement ordinances, which are written to promote the property maintenance and safety of Harrisonville neighborhoods. The City of Harrisonville is committed to providing a safe, clean, and attractive community. To this end, the city has adopted a number of ordinances over the years, which address such things as the exterior maintenance of structures, tall grass and vegetation, and inoperable vehicles.