Polk County Association of Code Enforcement

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Polk County Association of Code Enforcement
Denise Purcell - City of Davenport

dpurcell@mydavenport.org

PACE Membership Form


Next Training Seminar:

When:  January 10, 2018

Where:  Davenport Commission Chambers

Speaker:  TBA

Topic:  TBA

Agenda:  TBA

For more information on meeting locations, training topics, etc., please contact Denise Purcell at dpurcell@mydavenport.org or 863-419-3300 x 130


Our Awesome PACE Group

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ABOUT POLK COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF CODE ENFORCEMENT (PACE)

Preduced PACE 2ACE meets at 9:00 am on the 2nd Wednesday of each month (excluding June, November and December) with free approved CEH training and a light breakfast served before starting a business meeting. PACE also hosts a Spring Training Seminar (usually in March or April) that is either half or full-day, and is usually $25-30 per person on approved subject matter. The month of the spring seminar there may not be a business meeting.  For more information on meeting locations, training topics, etc., please contact Barbara Schobl at barbaraschobl@polk-county.net or Denise Purcell at dpurcell@mydavenport.org or 863-419-3300 x 130.


P.A.C.E. 2017 Spring Seminar

The 2017 Spring Seminar was a great success with attendees having the opportunity to learn about a variety of topics including Changes in Law, How to Present a Defendable Case, Commercial and Industrial Fire Safety, Unlicensed Contracting, Business Fraud, How Code Enforcement helps Law Enforcement, and Current Legal Topics. 
They also received 6 CEH hours without having to leave their local region. 
PACE hosts a Spring Training Seminar every year (usually in March or April) that is either half or full-day.  Keep your eyes open for the next Seminar coming in 2018.  In the meantime attend one of our monthly training meetings to earn your CEHs.  We would love to see you there!

 



PACE’s 2016-2017 Board of Directors:

President - Denise Purcell - City of Davenport - dpurcell@mydavenport.org

Vice-President - Barbara Schobl - Polk County - barbaraschobl@polk-county.net

Secretary - Michelle Escribano, City Of Haines City - mescribano@hainescity.com

Treasurer - Jeff Hites, City of Lakeland - Jeffrey.hites@lakelandgov.net


Handouts

Letter from Heartland for Children 2017

Hotels & Restaurants Presentation

Zika Presentation

Wildlife in Florda - FWC

Polk County Animal Control Pamphlets

Polk County Animal Control and Animal Services Ordinance

The Facts: Sexual Predators and Sexual Offenders from the Polk County Sheriff's Office


Previous Meetings

October 11, 2017 - Infestation and What is Protected and What is Not  PACE August 2017 MINUTES AND October 2017 AGENDA

August 9, 2017  - Animal Abuse and How to Protect Ourselves from Aggressive and Dangerous Dogs During an Investigation

July 12, 2017 - What to Expect for Damage Assessment in Case There is a Hurricane or a Tornado  PACE May 2017 Minutes AND July 2017 Agenda

May 10, 2017 - Residential Apartment Complex Fire Safety  March 2017 PACE MINUTES AND May 2017 AGENDA

April 21, 2017 - Spring Seminar

March 8, 2017 - All Is Not As It Appears PACE February 2017 MINUTES and March 2017 AGENDA

February 8, 2017 -  Tell-Tale Signs if Changes Have Been Done On A Structure  January 2017 PACE MINUTES AND February 2017 AGENDA

January 11, 2017 - Unsafe Structures and Structural Maintenance   PACE Agenda Jan 2017

November 9, 2016 - PACE Luncheon

October 12, 2016 - Pedestrian and Bicyclist Education Programs  PACE October 2016 Agenda with September 2016 Minutes

September 14, 2016 - All Code Enforcement needs to know about Hotel & Restaurants  PACE - September-2016 agenda with August 2016 minutes

August 10, 2016 - Invasive and Non Native Animal & Reptile Species in Polk County  AND Department of Health Presentation on Zika Virus Response Team  PACE Aug 2016 Agenda with July 2016 Minutes

July 13, 2016 - Rabies Education and Cruelty Awareness

April 22, 2016 -  Hoarders and hoarding solutions; Grow houses; Invasive, unhealthy, and destructive insects