Code Compliance Services                                                Volume 1, Issue 9

September 2013

In This Issue
* Volunteer Appreciation - A Rockin' Event
* Arlington Gets New Mobile Pet Adoption Truck
* New Trap-Neuter-Release Program for Feral Cats
* Leroy Brown a PAWSitive Influence on Young Readers
Code Compliance Services Includes: 


Arlington Animal Services Center


Code Compliance

Animal Services
Quick Links:


Pets of the Week




Golden PAWS


Learn More About Volunteering


View Adoptable Animals

Code Compliance Quick Links:


Code Compliance Inspection Districts 


Info on Common Code Violations


Become a Code Ranger 


Report Graffiti


Low Cost Veterinarian Services Offered


Low Cost Pet Sterilization at Arlington Animal Services through TCAP on the second Friday of each month 

(by appointment)


Community Pet Outreach provides low cost pet vaccinations at Arlington Animal Services on the last Friday of each month from 1-5 p.m.    



  Animal Services Volunteers are Top Notch!


Volunteer Appreciation - A Rockin' Event


Volunteers were recognized for their special achievements and dedication at the 2nd annual Animal Services' Center Volunteer Appreciation event. 


  Read more.


Arlington's Adoptable Pets are Riding in Comfort and Style

Arlington Gets New Mobile Pet Adoption Truck 


Thanks to a generous $125,000 grant award from the Arlington Tomorrow Foundation, more adoptable pets will attend mobile adoption events!


Read more.

Feral Cat Overpopulation Being Addressed with a Team Effort
New Trap-Neuter-Return Program Working to Manage Feral Cat Population
Arlington is awarded a $10,000 grant from PetSmart Charities for a Trap-Neuter-Release Program to help feral cats and neighborhoods.


Read the story.



Leroy Brown Loves Good Books Read by Arlington Students    

Leroy Brown a PAWSitive Influence on Young Readers  


Pet therapy canine Leroy Brown lends an attentive ear to Arlington students enrolled in the Reading Corps Program.


Favorite books read aloud by students strengthens their reading skills with a dose of pet therapy. 


Read more.


  Report Lost and Found Pets at:

Code Compliance Spotlight


Code Compliance Spotlight recognizes Code Compliance Services staff for exceptional performance.
Congratulations, Stephen Anthony!
Code Compliance Veterinarian Technician Stephen Anthony recognized as a Huff Buck* recipient for his dedication and hard work during the months of July through September 2013. 
*Arlington Animal Services Manager Chris Huff implemented a program to help motivate and encourage staff to go the extra mile with customers. This is a peer recognition program which allows employees of the shelter to recognize one another for going above and beyond. The employees submit notes of appreciation and acknowledgement from fellow staff members.

Be watching to see who will be the Huff Buck recipient for next quarter!
Good luck Animal Services Center staff. We know you all work hard for the success of the shelter.
Stephen Anthony *Recipient

Congratulations, Casey Hill! 


Casey Hill is always ready to help. She serves as a Code Compliance Officer and assists wherever needed with an outstanding attitude of community service. Braving the Texas heat and deplorable conditions, Casey readily donned a Hazmat Suit with an industrial face mask and assisted Animal Services field staff with the rescue of 15 cats from an animal hoarding location. Amid the heat and unthinkable conditions, Casey never once complained.
Casey also regularly assists the Arlington Police Department Vice-Unit with special operations related to illegal gamerooms. Thanks to Casey's good work, many electrical hazards and other life-safety violations are being corrected to support public safety.
Code Compliance Officer Casey Hill gives more than 100% in all aspects of her job and service to the community.  


Thank you Casey, for the great work you do serving our community!


Casey Hill, Code Compliance Officer


Code Compliance Corner



As with most cities, Arlington has residential parking requirements. Parking of an automobile, truck, bus, motorcycle, motor home, camper, trailer, truck tractor, road tractor, sem-trailer, pole trailer, boat or mobile home must be on a paved concrete or asphalt parking surface of any front yard. Additional regulations apply to parking on the side and rear yards of residential properties.     


For concerns about vehicles parked on the street or in the public right-of-way, contact Arlington Police Department's non-emergency number at 817-274-4444.


Call 817-459-6777 to report a vehicle parked on a non-paved surface in the front yard of a residential property, or report it online at: 

Parking in the Yard Violation - Before
Parking in the Yard Violation - Corrected


Report and Check

Animal and Code Compliance Related Requests Online 

or by phone at




Chris Huff, Animal Services Manager            Carol Weemes, Neighborhood Services Analyst                                           

Executive Editor                                                Managing Editor/Writer