Code Compliance inspects apartment complexes and extended stay properties in Arlington in an effort to maximize the safety of the occupants. Code Compliance Officers work to ensure that fire hazards, structural defects and other violations are eliminated. The minimum property maintenance standards and codes are intended to help build and maintain Arlington as a thriving community.
Map of Arlington Apartment Properties
The map below shows locations of Arlington apartment communities and the name and contact information of the assigned Code Compliance officer. The annual inspection score and property rating is also provided for each apartment community.
Common Code Concerns
Code Compliance assists residents of apartment communities with unresolved issues such as lack of hot water, heat, air conditioning, or non-functioning appliances. The first step is to report any problem(s) in writing to apartment management to provide them an opportunity to correct the problem. If the issue is not resolved in a timely manner, contact Code Compliance. Report your concern to the Action Center at 817-459-6777, or online. Refer to the interactive map above to obtain the name and contact information of the assigned Code Compliance officer.
Click on the icons below for information about common code concerns and more.
Other Multi-Family Information
- Learn more about the Code Compliance Multi-family Inspection Program
- Read the Code of Ordinances / Unified Development Code
- List of Commonly Used Multi-Family Ordinances
- Property owner fees associated with multi-family properties
- Printable Multi-Family/Extended Stay Code Compliance Officer Assignments Map
Report a Concern
Report a code violation online or by calling the Action Center at 817-459-6777. In case of emergency call 9-1-1.