Brigham City works hard to improve the quality of life in our community. Improper property maintenance and nuisances can devalue, detract, and degrade the quality of any neighborhood. Our neighborhoods are the environment in which we live. Recognizing the importance of protecting the environment, the City has adopted codes that govern the use and maintenance of all properties. Code Services enforces codes that are designed to maintain a healthy, safe, and clean environment, carry out land use policy, and preserve the quality of life standards that residents and businesses enjoy in our community. We invite you to join us in this effort to improve our community.
Reporting a Concern
In an effort to provide the highest level of service, we encourage input from our community.
Report a concern in your neighborhood online
Contact Code Services by telephone: (435) 734-6619
Visit us at Brigham City Hall located at 20 North Main Street.
Report Vehicles Illegally Parked in the Street
Police non-emergency telephone: (435) 723-5227
What are Common Code Violations?
- Overgrown lawns and tall weeds.
- Failure to keep sidewalks clear from obstructions.
- Improper height or placement of fences.
- Inoperable or unlicensed vehicles.
- Junk, debris, and salvage materials.
- Failure to maintain vacant buildings.
- Illegal signs and upkeep of signs.
- Installing over sized sheds, and fences without a permit.
- See Common Code Violations Brochure for more information.
How property owners can enhance their neighborhood and avoid common code violations
- Pick up litter, trash and debris on the property.
- Take trash out on the morning of collection day.
- Refrain from parking on the curb, park strip, sidewalk, grass or lawn.
- Remove and eradicate nuisance weeds and overgrow vegetation.
- Keep sidewalks free from snow, ice, weeds, and other obstructions.
- Mow grass regularly throughout the property including front yard, side yards, and back yard.
- Mow against buildings, fences, or other structures, and along property lines.
- Mow to the edge of the roadway or between the sidewalk and roadway.
- Store items not intended for outdoor use inside the home or garage.
- Keep property and premise safe and free from dangerous conditions.
- Keep exterior of buildings and fences in good condition.
Renting in Brigham City
Is a license required if operating a rental unit?
Yes. You can pick up rental license applications at the Brigham City Community and Economic Development Department on the second floor at Brigham City Hall, 20 North Main, Brigham City, Utah 84302
What if there are concerns about the conditions of the property?
Utah State law requires tenants contact their landlord in writing about concerns. For questions and assistance with landlord disputes you can visit the Utah Renters Toolkit.