Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement, along with the other divisions of the Land Use & Environmental Services Agency (LUESA), will be relocating to new offices at 2145 Suttle Avenue, the weekend of Dec. 18th.
Walk-in customers will have limited service at the Hal Marshall Building the afternoon of Friday, Dec. 18, as the move begins. The move will continue over the weekend, and our Suttle Avenue location will be closed to walk-in customers Monday, Dec. 21, as staff set up and test our phone and computer systems.
The Suttle Avenue location will officially open for business at 8 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 22.
Online services and inspections are expected to be available for the duration of the move with little to no disruption.
Starting December 22nd, walk-in customers should visit Code Enforcement at its new location, which will feature a new Customer Service Center, expanded parking and increased meeting space. A ribbon-cutting and open house will be held January 8th, 2016.
The new facility, which formerly housed the Charlotte School of Law, can be accessed from Suttle Avenue, which intersects with both Wilkinson Blvd (U.S. 74) near I-277, and West Morehead Street.
For more information on the move, visit Mecklenburg County’s website.
Source: Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement