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Codes and Regulations

Our Mission

Promote and ensure quality and sustainable land use, construction, community design, and on-going property maintenance to support continued economic growth and physical development, ensuring prosperity, health and safety, and the general welfare of all of the citizens and visitors in our community.

Performance Improvement Summary

Codes and Regulations was onboarded into LouieStat in July of 2012. Two years later, the department was reorganized and now focuses solely on property maintenance, vacant lot abatement, and licensing and permitting, and enforcement for ABC, ground transportation, amusement, food trucks, events, and other Metro required business licenses. Codes & Regulations monitors these key processes monthly and uses the data to help educate the citizens of Louisville on local ordinances and code.

Continuous improvement is embedded in their culture, and the employees in Codes & Regulations have identified ways to better serve the citizens through process improvement to increase the number of inspections completed and improve response times to inspections requested through 311. They also partner with Metro Corrections and the Department of Public Works to cut and clean properties. Also of note, the Property Maintenance division is piloting better communication methods for HQS inspections to decrease their no-show rate while also providing better services to those clients. They are also dedicated to the safety of their workforce and continue to set incremental goals toward achieving higher safety ratings. 

Statistics Archive


Enterprise KPIs
Measure Current Level Goal Level YTD Status PDF
Turnover Rate 10 % 12 %
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Dollars Spent on Overtime $ 110,194 $ 65,000
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Overtime Hours Paid 3,505 hours 2,080 hours
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Hours Not Worked 8,623 hours 8,012 hours
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Hours Lost Due to Work Related Illness and Injury 49 hours 0 hours
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Employees w/ High Sick Leave Consumption 23 employees 15 employees
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Lost Time Injury Rate 3.20 3.00
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Codes and Regulations KPIs
Measure Current Level Goal Level YTD Status PDF
Property Maintenance Transfer Cases 12,944 cases TBD
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Work Orders Open More than 30 Days 44 Work Orders 100 Work Orders
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Specialty Permit Citations Collection Rate 95 % 100 %
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% Single Family Permits Issued After 4 Days 29.42 % 22.88 %
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ABC Applications Exceeding 35 Day Process Goal 31.5 % 33.1 %
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HQS No Show Rate 13.36 % 10 %
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Property Maintenance New Cases 18,238 cases TBD
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Property Maintenance Initial Response Time 5.3 days 5.0 days
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Property Maintenance Re-inspections Over 30 Days Past Due 29,188 inspections 27,145 inspections
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Property Maintenance Cases Closed 18,149 cases 23,817 cases
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Inspector Downtime 88 Hours TBD
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Open Property Maintenance Cases 15,048 cases TBD
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Specialty Permit License Inspections 7,993 inspections 8,616 inspections
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Boarding and Cleaning Requests Received 11,729 requests TBD
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Boarding and Cleaning Cases Resolved 11,785 cases 6,731 cases
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Boarding and Cleaning Monthly Backlog 227 cases 600 cases
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  • Performance Meets Goal
  • Performance Approaching Goal
  • Performance Off Goal
  • Non-Scored / Informational
  • Goal Not Set