The mission of the Florida Association of Code Enforcement is to promote and advance the practice of code enforcement through education and certification; to further the interests of the profession through advocacy; and to promote networking, fellowship, and understanding among our members.

Spring Courses Available

F.A.C.E. training courses for Spring 2018 are being posted on the F.A.C.E. calendar. We will post more as they become available, so check back often.  All F.A.C.E. class and exam registrations are online.  Classes fill up quickly so don't miss out on the opportunity to get that next certification or complete your...
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September Board of Directors Meeting Cancelled

In the wake of hurricane Irma and the damage that was felt by the entire state, the F.A.C.E.  September Board of Directors meeting has been cancelled.  The Board felt that it is more important right now to focus on our communities, residents and business owners so that our jurisdictions can return to normal as soon as possible. The...
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Message from Safeguard Properties

F.A.C.E. received the below heartfelt message from Safeguard Properties... Michael and I send our well wishes to you, the FACE Board, FACE members, and all of your colleagues throughout the State.  You are all in our thoughts and prayers. We want to lend a hand in helping to restore neighborhoods throughout Florida impacted by the devastating effects...
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August INTERFACE Newsletter

We are pleased to share the August 2017 INTERFACE Newsletter, which is always full of good information on what has been happening in F.A.C.E. and code enforcement.  Please take a moment to read through the newsletter as the Board works hard to bring you relevant, timely information.  All newsletters, current and past, can be...
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Sign Law Webinar August 31st

The National League of Cities is hosting a webinar on "Signs and Speech Two Years After Reed" on August 31, 2017 at 1:00pm.  The lower courts have had two years to apply the Supreme Court’s holding in Reed v. Town of Gilbert, Arizona that content-based regulations are subject to strict scrutiny. John M. Baker, Greene...
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