Submit a Complaint
To Submit a Complaint on a violation call Customer Service (912) 554-7111 or click here to submit online

Below are the most common complaints that Code Enforcement handles to achieve the goal of a Clean Community.

Mosquito Heaven Scrap Tire Disposal— Issues
(a) No person may store, dispose, leave, cause to be left, throw, place, dump or to cause or permit the dumping, depositing, or placing of any scrap tires on any public or private property in the unincorporated area of Glynn County.

Code: 2-16-159
Unsafe Conditions Open Burning— Issues
(a) No person shall cause, suffer, allow, or permit open burning in any area of Glynn County to include tires or other rubber products, plastics, heavy oils or asphaltic based or impregnated materials, with the following exceptions:

Code: 2-16-162
It's a snake and rodent hideaway Grass and Weeds—Issues 
(b) It shall be unlawful for any person having an ownership or leasehold interest in property, having a contractual obligation to manage property, or occupying property to maintain or cause or permit to be maintained uncut grass or weeds on such property

Code: 2-16-238
Eyesore Littering— Issues
(a) It shall be unlawful for any person or persons to dump, deposit, throw, leave, discard, place, discharge, dispose, drop or to cause or permit the above, of litter on any public or private property in the unincorporated area of Glynn County

Code: 2-16-240
Without a receptacle - this becomes litter Receptacle and Container— Issues
(a) Required. Every person in possession, charge or control of any building, or from which trash, or other waste is accumulated or produced, shall be required to provide in a suitable and accessible location, receptacles and containers suitable for waste

Code: 2-16-247
This is no place for junk Other Common Prohibited Activities— Issues
The following activities are hereby declared to be unlawful and in violation of this Article. : - Blockage of Drainage Ditches; - Unlawful Storage; - Vehicles (considered junk); - Appliances (considered junk); - Scavenging; and other

Code: 2-16-255
You need a permit Building Code Enforcement
The Building Inspection Division keeps up with the latest information regarding the building codes that need to be enforced and inspected. Some of the recent information is listed on this page.

See Building Inspection Services
You still need a permit Signs / Banners 
A sign permit is required before a sign or banner may be painted on, erected or attached to, suspended from or supported on a building or structure; and before an existing sign may be enlarged, relocated or materially improved, except for painting of the structure or sign frame or the replacement of lights or mechanical parts.

 Forclosure sign  Foreclosed or Vacant Property Registration Form - For more information view the Vacant and Foreclosed property Ordinance Chapter 2-30