We appreciate your interest in learning about Code Enforcement and our City's municipal ordinances. Below you will find informational brochures about our most frequently used programs as well as environmental and housing issues.
If you still have questions or concerns not addressed in these brochures, please contact our office so we can help.
Tall Grass & Weed Regulations Brochure (Source: City Council)
Un Folleto de la Ordenanza Zacate/Maleza Alta (Source: City Council)
Informacíon de la Ordenanza Zacate/Maleza Alta (Source: City Council)
Resources for Assistance
Human Rights Commission - 574-235-9355
The purpose of the South Bend Human Rights Commission is to study and act upon problems which
involve relationships between members of different ethnic groups, genders, sexual orientation or gender
identity, nationalities, the disabled, and families with children.
Lawyer Referral Program of St. Joseph County - 574-235-9657
The Lawyer Referral Service was established to assist individuals in finding an attorney.
REAL Services - 574-284-2644
REAL Services is an umbrella organization for more than twenty programs that assist the elderly, disabled
and/or low-income individuals.
Rebuilding Together - 574-289-1066
Rebuilding Together provides assistance with repairing homes, revitalizing communities and rebuilding
St. Vincent DePaul - 574-236-6000 (option 3)
St. Vincent DePaul provides assistance in the form of food, clothing, rent/utility assistance, educational
programs, and much more.
United Way - 1-877-502-0700 or 211
United Way provides help with utility assistance, disaster resources, housing, shelter, veterans and much
Volunteer Lawyer Network - 574-277-0075
The Volunteer Lawyer Network, Inc. is dedicated to facilitating the provision of free legal assistance and
representation from community lawyers to low-income individuals.