Neighborhood Services - Code Compliance Division


The mission of Neighborhood Services Code Compliance Division is to provide fair and comprehensive enforcement of City Codes, which includes the regulation of junk, debris, trash, nuisance, weeds, zoning, and rental/leased property maintenance. 

Code Compliance plays an important role in preserving the attractive appearance of neighborhoods in the City of Fountain. Fountain's Code Compliance Officers work closely within the community to protect public health, safety and welfare through the comprehensive and equitable enforcement of City Ordinances, also known as City Codes, related to nuisance and land use violations. Officers enhance and safeguard the quality of life in our community through education, guidance, and special projects.  

The goal of Code Compliance Officers is first to achieve voluntary compliance with our City Codes by the property owner and secondarily through code enforcement procedures utilizing Notices of Violation, Municipal Court, and the Abatement Process. 


Did you know?

  • Colorado Law states that Infants must ride in the back seat in a rear-facing car seat until they are at least 1 year old and at least 20 lbs.  Safety experts* recommend that children remain in a rear-facing car seat as long as possible for the best protection in a crash.

Children in stroller

Did you also know that?

Over 90% of all Child Car Seats are NOT correctly installed or used.

 Did you know?

  • Neighborhood Services promotes Child Passenger Safety by offering assistance with the installation of your child’s car seat in your vehicle.  All you have to do is schedule an appointment by calling 719-393-4919 and ask for Juan Flores.  Appointments usually take 20 minutes per car seat and are scheduled Tuesdays, Wednesday, and Thursdays between 9am and 1pm.


The Neighborhood Services Department will be presenting at the Fountain Citizen’s Academy session scheduled for Thursday, November 2nd , at 6pm at Fountain Police Station.

The Citizen’s Academy is a hands-on, interactive program in which participants gain knowledge and understanding of how each city department is run “behind the scenes”.   During this session,  registered attendees will learn how the Neighborhood Services Department is organized and what they offer the community.  Attendees will also get a look inside the work of a Code Compliance officer and get a chance to view common neighborhood concerns from their eyes and how they are addressed in a fun, informative, and hands-on approach.