Environmental Nuisance

We encourage public collaboration and participation in maintaining the visual vitality of the City of Burlington. Our staff engage the best practices and methods to ensure public safety, environmental nuisance control, and enforcement of regulations relative to weeds, trash and junk vehicles.
Primarily working on complaint basis, environmental nuisance inspectors respond to a variety of complaints. Nuisance Inspectors respond to calls on a daily basis. Violators are notified by a letter issued by the Inspection Department and given a certain period of time to correct any violations or the property nuisance will be abated by the City and the charges incurred will be added to the property taxes. Environment Nuisances are regulated by Chapter 163 of the Burlington Municipal Code.
The Environmental Nuisance Department enforces regulations on the following:
  • Tall Vegetation and Noxious Weeds
  • Untidy Trash and Garbage
  • Abandoned and Nonconforming Vehicles on Private Property
  • Other Valid Environmental Nuisances

Contact Us

  1. Craig Robinson
    Code Inspector I

    Matt Amenell
    Code Inspector I

To report a complaint please click here.
To see properties that have had a nuisance abated by the City go to www.dmcgis.com and select the "Burlington Nuisances" box under the "Layers" tab on the top right of the page.

Environmental Control Report

2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005
Number of Complaints Received
1,136 1,382 1,831 1,788 1,395 1,534 1,495 1,440