To ensure that property owners correct violations in a timely manner, Pasadena should develop a work plan by July 2016 to identify and address its enforcement backlog by April 2017, so that the city is up to date with its enforcement actions, such as issuing notice letters and monitoring property owners' actions to resolve violations. Pasadena's work plan should also include updating the completion status of the violations so unresolved violations can be identified and monitored for subsequent correction.
The City of Pasadena is evaluating the viability of the Occupancy Inspection Program.
The City of Pasadena is evaluating the viability of the Occupancy Inspection Program with the FY2018 budget.
The City is re-evaluating administrative changes to the Occupancy Inspection program. The Director of the Planning and Community Development Department had staff begin to address the backlog. A formal work plan has not been developed as mentioned in the 60-day report.
The Interim Director of Planning and Community Development will direct staff to identify and develop a work plan by July 2016 to address the backlog by April 2017. The City will provide a progress report of this item due at the six month interval.
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