Code Enforcement

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Curry County Administrative Annex
94235 Moore Street, Suite 113
Gold Beach, OR 97444
Office: (541) 247-3204
Fax: (541) 247-4579

Office hours are 8 to 5  Monday through Friday. 
Closed most major holidays.
County Offices are closed 12 to 1 for lunch.

Mission Statement

The Code Enforcement Division’s mission is to uniformly and consistently enforce Curry County County Code of Ordinances and Land Development Regulations; and to promote and protect the health, safety, welfare, and quality of life for residents, businesses and tourists of Curry County County.

Vision Statement

  • To maintain our neighborhoods and community’s quality of life
  • To enforce land development regulations and all county ordinances in a timely and equitable manner; and
  • To serve the public professionally, with integrity and respect.

Crimes, criminal activity and all emergencies are the responsibility of the Sheriff’s Office.  Please report such complaints by calling 9-1-1 or (541) 247-3242.  Violations within the city limits of Brookings, Gold Beach and Port Orford should be addressed to those jurisdictions.     


Environment and Health:
Enforcement of Article Six of Curry County Ordinances, which includes solid waste matters, offensive odors, abandoned properties, abandoned vehicles on private properties, Noise Nuisance Ordinance, littering and property safety concerns.

Zoning and Building Codes
Enforcement of Zoning and Building Codes including non-permitted structures; non-permitted activities; illegal camping or residences on private property; grading violations; health and safety issues. 

Community Safety ConcernsSafety concerns include unsafe/uninhabitable structures; assisting of Local Fire Districts with burn permit enforcement; burn barrel enforcement; fire hazard abatement and issues involving improper hazardous material storage issues. 

RoadsAbandoned vehicles on county roads; illegal trash dumping; non-permitted grading issues. 

Animal Control and ProtectionDog Control Regulations, Nuisance Animal Ordinance.  (Code Enforcement focuses upon chronic violations and issues.  Emergent issues should be referred to Sheriff’s Department.)

Assistance To Other Agencies: Code Enforcement responds to requests for assistance from all Curry County agencies, other districts and various Oregon state agencies as needed. 


Submission of reports/complaints can be made clicking on the Red Button below.

Report a concern

Acknowledgement of reports/complaints are normally processed within three business days.  Investigation of complaints are based upon priorities such as safety concerns.