*PLEASE DO NOT MAIL ANONYMOUS CODE REQUESTS. THEY WILL NOT BE ANSWERED.
FOLLOW THE PROPER PROCEDURE ON THE CODE COMPLIANCE PAGE FOUND ON THE HOME PAGE.


The Colonial Hills Civic Association has reported over 5100 code violations

in the Elfers area since October 2013. Our Association follows the Pasco County land development code.




Thank you to all of the residents who have been cutting their grass and keeping up with home maintenance.

Our home values are increasing everyday. 

2015 average price per sf - $65-$80        November 2019 average price per sf - $101/118  and holding steady.


Reminder - no street or sidewalk parking in Pasco County.

Please be considerate of those who use the sidewalks.


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Most common Pasco County Code Violations :

1. RV/Boat/Jetski/Trailer parked on lawn or in driveway.

2. Inoperable/unregistered vehicles. - usually backed in and under a tarp.

3. Commercial Vehicles - Tow truck, Box Truck, Semi Cab, etc.

4. Trash and Junk - especially garbage, furniture and mattresses.

5. No House Number on house and mailbox.

6.Tall Grass - especially in back yards.


Most common Pasco Sheriff Code Violations:

1. Parking on the sidewalk, street or median.

2. Basketball hoops in the sidewalk/street -

sometimes with debris holding it down, like a mattress.


Know The Law... Before Burning Outdoors in Florida:


Did You Know...
Escaped debris burning is one of the leading causes of wildfires in Florida?
The Florida Forest Service administers Florida’s outdoor burning and forest fire laws?
Some types of burning require an authorization from the Florida Forest Service while others do not?
Burning yard waste does not require an authorization but you must follow the rules for your area?

Required Setbacks for Yard Waste Burning:
25 feet from forests
50 feet from paved public roads
25 feet from your house
150 feet from other occupied buildings

NOTE: It is illegal to burn household garbage including paper products, treated lumber, plastics, rubber materials, tires, pesticide, paint and aerosol containers.



Urban Blight is defined as an ugly neglected or

run down condition of an Urban Area.


Please be considerate of your neighbors and home values during the pandemic.

In order to keep our community clean and vibrant,

we ask that you follow the Pasco County Codes whenever possible.



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