I phoned in a complaint weeks ago, why has nothing been done to the property?
Responsible parties must be provided notice that there is a problem or violation that exists on their property. They will be provided with a reasonable time period in which to correct the violation(s). In some instances, the time frames are based on due process statutes. Rest assured that your complaint / concern is important and is being handled in the most expeditious and appropriate manner.

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1. How do I file a complaint?
2. What information must I provide to make a complaint ?
3. What happens after a complaint is received by the City?
4. I phoned in a complaint weeks ago, why has nothing been done to the property?
5. Can the City enforce Home Owner’s Association by-laws, subdivision restrictions or deed restrictions (CC&R’s)?
6. When are weeds or grass in violation of City Code?
7. What Should be done if a DOG is running loose or excessively barking?
8. Am I responsible for pre-existing problems on a property I purchase?
9. How do I report an abandoned or unlicensed vehicle?
10. Who is responsible for the maintainance of curbs, gutters and sidewalks?
11. Can a tenant be held responsible for maintenance of a property?
12. Does the City of Nampa have "time-restricted" parking?
13. Parking- Where do I pay parking citations or how do I pay?
14. How do I contest a parking ticket?
15. Parking- How do I find out if my payment was received or if I owe more money?