NOTICE:  OUR PAYMENT CENTER STOPS ACCEPTING PAYMENTS AT 4:30 PM DAILY FOR ALL CITY OFFICES.  PLEASE ENSURE ALL PAYMENTS ARE MADE BEFORE THIS TIME TO AVOID LATE FEES OR INTERRUPTION OF SERVICES.

We are sorry for the interruption in communication that so many of you have come to expect from us, as you know this is due to current renovations that are ongoing at our City Hall Building.  We understand that this has been an inconvenience for everyone and to make things a bit easier below are the direct numbers for some of our offices.

City Manager’s Office – 361-542-9327

City Secretary Office – 361-542-6516

Water Billing Office 361-362-5698

To Speak with City Manager’s Office

For Public Records

To Pay Water Bill, Move, Turn on or Change service

Developmental Services Office – 361-542-8425

Municipal Court Office – 361-354-5337

Main Street Office – 361-542-8202

For Permits, Inspections or Code Enforcement

To pay citations or court fines

For downtown activities or Economic Development

Currently Birth and Death Certificates are not being issued from us. Please contact County Clerk’s Office for assistance.  361-621-1557




 
 
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Code Compliance Officer

Code Enforcement

The Code Enforcement Division enforces ordinances which regulate substandard structures, high weeds, junk motor vehicles, and public nuisances.

These inspections are conducted on a routine, follow up and complaint basis:

  • Weedy lots
  • Illegal dumping
  • Junked vehicles
  • Unclean premises
  • Abandoned Homes
  • Sub-standard Homes
  • Fire Hazards
  • Illegal Dumping
REPORT CODE VIOLATIONS:
Report a Violation
REPORT ILLEGAL DUMPING:  361-358-4641 Ext 222

 
Development Services Code Enforcement

The Development Services Code Enforcement Division enforces ordinances which regulate tall weeds, zoning, substandard structures, junk motor vehicles, and other property maintenance issues. When a violation is identified by code enforcement staff, property owners and occupants will be notified by mail.  In some cases, public hearings must be held prior to any enforcement action. Other cases must be referred to the Municipal Court for prosecution.

Here are a few common ordinances. Homeowners and tenants are equally responsible for the care of their premises.
Each type of complaint received by code enforcement staff has a specific process required by law and an inspector must verify the violation. Each case requires an average of approximately two inspections. Each case demands time and attention and may include follow up with a contract to clean, mow, or demolish.

CONTACT INFORMATION:
Code Enforcement:
400 N. Washington
City Hall - Room 108
Beeville, Texas 78192
Ph:  361-358-4641 Ext 237
Fax:  361-361-9013

Hours
Monday – Friday
8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Feel free to contact us by email at:
Code Enforcement Officers:
Frank Resendez, Sr. - frank.resendez@beevilletx.org
Sonya Soto - sonya.soto@beevilletx.org