Code Enforcement Officer

City of Greenfield
831 674-5591
831 674-3149

Fulltime Employment Opportunity | Salary: $ 49,920-$64,638



Under general supervision of the Chief of Police, performs enforcement of land use ordinances;  performs a variety of field and office work in support of the City's Code Compliance Program; issue citations throughout the City to obtain compliance with the City’s zoning ordinance; writes a variety of inspection reports and makes compliance recommendations for safety and building statutes; implements education initiatives to work with the public regarding compliance with applicable regulations; responds to complaints from the public related to abandoned vehicles; enforces municipal and vehicle codes pertaining to parked and/or abandoned vehicles.


Education and/or Experience:

Completion of high school/GED supplemented by two years of course work leading to a certificate of proficiency in code enforcement or building inspection technology and two years’ experience with a public agency performing land use, zoning, building, public safety, housing or related code enforcement, inspection, or abatement work.



  • Possession of a valid California driver's license, P.O.S.T. approved Penal Code 832 certification and certification as a Code Enforcement Officer from California Association of Code Enforcement Officers, California Code Enforcement Corporation, or similar certification approved by the California Association of Code Enforcement Officers within one year from date of hire. Certification as a Property Maintenance Inspector by the International Code Council (ICC) is required within one year from date of hire. All certifications must be maintained during term of employment.


Must possess a valid California class C driver’s license and have a driving record acceptable with the City’s insurance carrier.


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