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No, anonymous complaints will not be investigated. Effective July 1, 2021, Senate Bill 60 became law prohibiting code inspectors from initiating enforcement proceedings for potential violations of code and ordinances by way of anonymous complaints; requiring persons who report potential violations of code and ordinances to provide specified information to the department before an investigation occurs. Remember that all information you choose to provide to the County, including names, phone numbers, or email addresses, is subject to the Public Record Laws. In other words, we must provide this information to anyone who asks for it.
The Nassau County Ordinance describes an unserviceable vehicle as any vehicle which is required to be licensed or registered in the State of Florida and is in such condition that it cannot be started or moved under its own power.(Ordinance 2003-17, Section 3)
It shall be unlawful for the owner, lessee, and/or occupant of any real property in the unincorporated areas of Nassau County in the following Zoning categories: OR (three (3) acres or less), RS-1, RS-2, RM, RT, RG-1, RG-2, RMH, CN, CG, CI, Recreation and Open Space, and PUD, to cause, permit, and/or have stored thereon more than one (1) unserviceable vehicle(s), except for unserviceable vehicles stored within a completely enclosed building, or unserviceable vehicles stored on the premises of a properly zoned junkyard or vehicle repair or storage facility. One (1) unserviceable vehicle may remain on the property for a period not to exceed six (6) months.
For OR zoned properties of four (4) acres or more, unserviceable vehicles may be stored subject to the following:
No vehicle shall be within three hundred (300) feet of any boundary of such owner's land.
If the vehicle is visible from the adjoining property or road, as determined by a code enforcement officer, it shall be contained within a pole barn (properly permitted, if applicable) or in a completely enclosed permitted building.
Unserviceable vehicles shall not be left on public property, including rights-of-way for any period of time.
(Ord. No. 89-10, § 2(2.02), 3-21-89; Ord. No. 2003-17, § 3, 3-24-03)