The Community Development Department strives to improve the quality of life for Edgerton’s citizens by providing by providing resources and opportunities for growth. Most importantly, they work alongside citizen groups, the City Council, the Planning Commission and City Administration to ensure quality development throughout the City of Edgerton.
Residents and businesses are strongly encouraged to invest in their property and not allow it to fall into disrepair. The City understands that it can be difficult to keep property properly maintained and clean, but we must, however, be considerate of our neighbors and work to enhance our quality of life.
By picking up debris and trash, appropriately maintaining vehicles, mowing grass, tending to weeds and controlling one’s pets, the City of Edgerton can become an even better place to live for all citizens.
Code Enforcement/Animal Control Officer
The Code Enforcement/Animal Control Officer is responsible for enforcing City Ordinances. Through a cooperative effort of the City Council and the citizens of Edgerton, we can maintain property values and create a better quality of life within our community.
If you have any questions or would like additional information regarding property maintenance codes, please view our Property Maintenance Codes brochure.
The City of Edgerton requires all dogs and cats to be licensed annually.
On February 18, 2016, Edgerton City Council approved several updates to the animal ordinances. One of those updates included new prices and structure for annual pet registrations. The new prices are listed below. All animals must be properly registered by March 31, 2016.
- Neutered/spayed dog or cat: $5
- Unneutered/non-spayed dog or cat: $25
- Seniors (age 60 and over) with neutered/spayed dog or cat: no charge
Licenses tags are available at the City Office and are good from January 1 to December 31st each year. Proof of a rabies vaccination, dated within six months, is required for purchase of a license tag. By licensing your pet, the City has a better chance of returning your pet should it be picked up by City staff.
If you have any questions or would like additional information regarding animal control codes, please view our Pet Regulations brochure.
Residential and Commercial Plan Review and Inspections
As our beautiful small town grows and moves forward into a sustainable future, the City is here to help ensure that our neighborhoods and properties continue to shine. It is essential that we assure compliance, through education, with zoning ordinances and other code sections that are related to private property usage and which address promoting health, safety, property preservation, and community enhancement.