Be On the Lookout For Fake Code Enforcement Notices

City of Fairfield is warning about fake code enforcement fliers.

Information from City of Fairfield:

During the last several days the Fairfield Police Department has received inquiries from citizens regarding fliers that were placed on vehicles representing the City of Fairfield Code Enforcement Division. These fliers are often printed on yellow paper with the City of Fairfield logo in the upper left corner. The false notices indicate a violation of City Code 7.6 with a fine of $287. The false notices indicate they are from a Code Enforcement Officer name Eddie Felson. This person does not work for the Fairfield Police Department. These “notices” are fraudulent and are not being distributed by the City of Fairfield or the Fairfield Police Department Code Enforcement Unit.

True notices issued by Code Enforcement Officers will contain both their name and a contact number where you may confirm the violation as well as the steps necessary to correct the violation.

Anyone with information regarding the source of these fliers is asked to call the Fairfield Police Department at (707) 428-7600.

B. Smith June 28, 2012 at 02:01 PM
That's bizarre.... What does this person stand to gain from this? Is there an address to have the fines mailed to?


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