A public hearing will be held March 20, 2018 during the regular meeting of the Wichita Falls City Council, the Council will review 16 potentially hazardous properties recommended for demolition by the Code Enforcement Division.
CODE ENFORCEMENT ZONE CHANGES
In an effort to better support the City of Wichita Falls downtown revitalization goals, the Code Enforcement Division has re-aligned its Code Enforcement Zones. This will allow greater focus going forward on the needs of downtown in relation to enforcement of ordinances pertaining to some health and safety aspects as well as zoning and those that protect property values. Explore the new zones here.
Tuesday November 7, 2017 the Code Enforcement Division executed hazardous structure search warrants on 10 properties in Wichita Falls.
Thursday September 28, 2017 Code Enforcement responded to a report of a wall collapse downtown in the 600 block of 7th St. It appears that due to the recent rainfall the already damaged wooden roof structure became saturated, resulting in the overloading of the west wall of the building which was already in a deteriorated state. The wall unable to bear the additional load partially collapsed sometime Wednesday night to early Thursday morning. No injuries or other property appeared to be damaged during the collapse.
Wednesday June 7, 2017 and Thursday June 8, 2017 officers from The Code Enforcement Division executed search warrants on 16 vacant hazardous structures in Wichita Falls. This is the first step in an approximately year long process to having a dangerous building demolished.