Code Enforcement is a division of the Corpus Christi Police Department. The Code Enforcement Division strives to keep all properties in compliance through education, community policing and building relationships with our citizens. The division aims to strengthen neighborhoods by preventing the deterioration of housing and commercial properties, through the enforcement and abatement of code violations. Property owners and tenants are equally responsible for the care of their premises.
Code Enforcement encourages all residents to "Know the Code" and keep our community free from health and safety risks. Removing the grime within each neighborhood will reduce related criminal activity and preserve property values.
Code Enforcement Services
Corpus Christi Code Enforcement adopted the International Property Maintenance Code, 2015 Edition a copy of which, authenticated by the signatures of the mayor and the city secretary, made public r
Citizens can enter potential violations online and track the case progress through the Code Enforcement Online Self-Service Center. Citizens can also report code violations to the Customer Call Cen
DAVID PRADO, CODE ENFORCEMENT SUPERINTENDENT
David Prado was appointed as the Code Enforcement Superintendent for the City of Corpus Christi on July 10, 2017. His work history includes 2 years as the Superintendent for the City of Corpus Christi’s Juvenile Assessment Center. He served 6 years as a Probation Officer for the Nueces County Juvenile Justice Center and 7 years as a Special Investigator for the Texas Department of Family Protective Service.
David Prado was born in Corpus Christi, TX. He received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from Texas A&M- Corpus Christi in 2003.