Titusville Code Enforcement Awarded 4-Star Accreditation by American Association of Code Enforcement
By Space Coast Daily // September 3, 2020
coveted award that symbolizes professionalism, excellence and competence
BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – The City of Titusville Code Enforcement Division has exceeded all the required standards and is formally awarded by the American Association of Code Enforcement with a 4-star accreditation.
AACE President, Barbara Burlingame, bestowed this accreditation, reviewed by an independent third-party, after a comprehensive evaluation of the division on 50 high standards relating to their submission of jurisdictional information, staffing, policies, procedures, reporting and response history.
Notedly, this nationally recognized accreditation is a coveted award that symbolizes professionalism, excellence and competence that has been awarded to only four code enforcement agencies within the United States.
The Titusville Code Enforcement Division, responding to over 10 thousand inspections, and a combined 19 thousand complaints, violations and cases in 2019, ensures compliance with Titusville codes and other regulations and implements the policies and procedures set by the government at the state and federal levels.
The AACE re-accreditation cycle is every three years and accredited agencies share best practices for effectiveness and customer service.
“It is an honor to join the other accredited agencies, and to be able to provide our community with one of the best code enforcement teams in the nation”, said Titusville Code Enforcement manager Glenn Tolleson.