Annual training on code familiarization and crime prevention is required by the City of Arlington for multi-family property owners/management per city code.

As the community works to stop the spread of COVID-19, no workshops were held in 2020, and the May 20 and June 10, 2021 workshops were held virtually.

A History of Partnering with the Community to Better Serve our Citizens

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In August of 2012, Code Compliance Services began to reassess the multi-family property inspection program. In September of that same year, staff began to meet with the City of Arlington Municipal Policy Committee, in partnership with the Apartment Association of Tarrant County, in order to present and discuss the proposed elements of a property maintenance improvement strategy. Finally, in June 2013, the City Council approved an amendment to the Uniform Housing Code Chapter of the City of Arlington.

The amendment provides for the requirement of both an annual multi-family license, as well as an annual training program specific to code familiarization and crime prevention. As such, it is required by city ordinance for each property to have a multi-family license in place each year. It is also required that at least one representative from each multi-family community management team attend an annual multifamily training meeting each year.

Code Compliance Services Multi-Family Team

For more information contact one of our team members.

  • Ann Ebert 817-459-5985
  • Lesley Mills 817-459-5363
  • Lynn Trotter 817-459-6276
  • Victor Alfaro 817-459-6278
  • Victor Pizarro 817-459-5863