Curbside Inspection Program
In 2018 and 2019, the Village of Newburgh Heights Housing and Building Department (the ‘Department’) conducted the Curbside Inspection Program. We want to thank all of the homeowners that worked with us to make repairs, big and small, and we’d like to congratulate owners that achieved an excellent rating!
The work we have done over the last two years has allowed us to rate our properties so that moving forward we can focus on those structures of particular concern. Therefore, we won’t be resuming village-side Curbside Inspections until next summer, 2022. In 2022, the Housing & Building Department will conduct inspections on even-numbered owner occupied structures, and the odd-numbered owner occupied properties in 2023.
If you are still working on completing violations from your Curbside Inspection please contact us if you would like to apply for a Home Maintenance Grant or would like to be given additional resources to help with repairs.
If you have information regarding an issue or eyesore property please contact the Housing and Building Department through the website, or call us Monday-Thursday, 9am-3:30pm.
As a reminder, The Curbside Inspection Program supports the Housing and Building Department goals to minimize and correct exterior building code violations to provide lasting benefits for the Village of Newburgh Heights, such as;
- Maintaining the exterior of residential structures to stabilize and increase property values in Newburgh Heights,
- Creating and maintaining a healthy housing stock for future generations and attract new development, and,
- Bringing the exterior of housing structures into compliance with applicable building codes and/or enabling homeowners to avoid building code violations.
Curbside inspections of owner occupied structures: