The 2014 F. A. C. E. Training Schedule is now posted! You have your training dollars - spend them wisely! All F. A. C. E. class and exam registrations are online. Classes filled up quickly for the fall sessions - don't miss out on the opportunity to get yourself or your team that next certification. Classes are...Read more
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.
Have you renewed your registration yet? We are now half way through the registration season. Annual registration is due on October 1 and becomes late after December 31 each year. Click on "F.A.C.E. Annual Fee" in the Join or Renew Button in the sidebar to the right to register now. If you need help with...Read more
As a followup to the short notice poll request, here are the results: The City of Tampa will hold a commission meeting next Thursday, the 7th, at which time they will discuss whether or not to pursue legislation dealing with the collection of "hard cost liens". One solution they are considering is to attach the costs...Read more
The City of Tampa will hold a commission meeting next Thursday, the 7th, at which time they will discuss whether or not to pursue legislation dealing with the collection of "hard cost liens". One solution they are considering is to attach the costs for working on a property on the city's tax rolls for the...Read more
The Board of Directors of the Florida Association of Code Enforcement (F.A.C.E.) held a workshop to update its strategic plan on August 9, 2013. Ms. Marilyn Crotty, Director of the Florida Institute of Government at the University of Central Florida facilitated the session. All eight members of the Board of Directors were in attendance. The group...Read more