Code Enforcement

The purpose of ordinance enforcement is to promote the health, safety, and welfare of the citizens of Bel Aire. This purpose includes protecting neighborhoods against hazardous and deteriorating conditions that contribute to the degradation of neighborhood property values.

Additional Resources

Sidewalk Replacement Program

In 2022, the governing body approved a sidewalk installation/replacement program. The program allows for a 100% grant per landowner for the repair or replacement of existing sidewalks if approved and completed by a City selected contractor. The total amount of funds for 2022 is $15,000 and the City will determine priority on severity and need for replacement. Applications must be received at City Hall for consideration. View the Sidewalk Policy for more information or complete the Sidewalk Replacement Application.

Knowledge to Know Brochures


  1. Street Trees
  2. Grass
  3. Property Maintenance
  4. Inoperable Vehicle
  5. RVs, Boats, & Trailers
  6. Backflow Devices

Street Trees It is the homeowner's responsibility to clear vegetation from sidewalks and roadway overhang.

The required vertical clearance is 8 feet over sidewalks for bicycle clearance and 12 feet over roadways for sweeper clearance. Also, trees and shrubbery which are greater than 18 inches in height are prohibited within 10 feet of street lighting poles or within five feet of fire hydrants. Please clear vegetation to meet these requirements from the sidewalks and roadway overhang on your property.