The Florida Association of Code Enforcement, Inc. (F. A. C. E.) is a non-profit member-driven organization, established in 1989, and currently serves almost 2,200 Members. Our members include professionals involved in the enforcement of health, safety, and environmental regulations or otherwise responsible for the enforcement of municipal, county, regional, state, or federal codes in the State of Florida.

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Members enjoy many benefits including networking opportunities, member rates for Annual Conference and Certification Training Registration, ability to join your regional Chapter for access to local training opportunities, and access to the member discussion boards. Join us today!

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The Florida Association of Code Enforcement (F.A.C.E.) was established to study and advance the science and practice of code enforcement statewide through training, certification and the exchange of ideas, information and techniques. In cooperation with the John Scott Dailey Florida Institute of Government, F.A.C.E. has developed a comprehensive professional development program consisting of four certifications.

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Latest News


​New Website & New Recertification Deadlines

Posted on 6/23/2022
F.A.C.E. is currently transferring your data from the old F.A.C.E. member database to a new, more functional database. A notification will be provided via email when functionality is fully implemented.


Welcome 2022-2023 Board of Directors

Posted on 6/13/2022
It is our pleasure to welcome and introduce the 2022-2023 Florida Association of Code Enforcement Board of Directors, who were elected during the Annual Business Meeting held during the 2022 Conference.


Officer of the Year Announced

Posted on 6/10/2022
The Florida Association of Code Enforcement is pleased to announce Tracey Schofield from the City of Largo as this year's Joseph V Huskey Officer of the Year. Congratulations!