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.
Members, Language which fixes last year's legislation impacting Chapter 162 is in position to pass in both the Florida House and Senate, but, we need your help! The language, contained in the "Building Codes Bill" has been amended on to SB 156, an act relating to swimming pool and spa contracting. The language, and the bill, appear...Read more
This year we will be Riding the Waves of Change in the beautiful City of Daytona Beach at the Hilton Daytona Beach Resort. Please click on the conference tab above or visit the conference website to review the fantastically diverse educational programming available this year! The conference...Read more
February's Board Meeting will be held in Tallahassee this year. This will give your State Representatives another look at FACE, after the Legislative and Judicial Committee visited last month. This meeting will begin on Tuesday February 19th at 3:00 pm with the Board of Directors meeting at 300 W. Pensacola St., Tallahassee. The next two days will be spent...Read more
The Program Committee and the Legislature committees are hard at work this year. The Program Committee is preparing a great conference in Daytona Beach in June, keep checking this web site for important information. The Legislative Committee is working with the FACE Lobbyist Dave Shepp on some issues concerning notice requirements and recognition of the FACE certification....Read more
The Hillsborough County Code Enforcement Department recently received a prestigious national award. The department is the latest recipient of the American Association of Code Enforcement Award for Outstanding Achievement in Code Enforcement Techniques. The award was given to the department for its Operation Fight the Blight clean-up campaign. As a result of the operation, officials filled nearly...Read more