Code Compliance

Thank you for visiting the City of Superior Code Compliance web page. It is the mission of the Code Compliance office to promote the maintenance and upkeep of residential and commercial properties through unbiased and equitable enforcement of the Superior Municipal Code of Ordinances. Our goal is to gain voluntary compliance through communication, education and guidance, with punitive action taken as a last resort.

We welcome the assistance of the public when it comes to identifying areas that need attention from our staff. Please call our office at 715-395-7596 or email Code Compliance (codecompliance@ci.superior.wi.us) with questions, concerns, or to report a problem. Please include the exact address of the violation  if possible, and give us your name and phone number or email address so we can follow up with you if necessary.

Complaints will be investigated within 96 hours. Enforcement action will be taken in order of priority based on severity of violations.

The City of Superior Code of Ordinances is available by clicking HERE


CODE COMPLIANCE FAQs



Q. If I have a bag of trash or other item that does not fit inside my city-provided garbage can, can I place it next to the can for pick up?

A. No. All refuse for city garbage collection must be placed inside the city-provided garbage can and the can lid must be closed.

Q. Does a vehicle need to have current registration to be parked on private property in the City of Superior?

A. Yes. Per Superior City Ordinance Section 112 (link to code on municode here), vehicles must be in legally operable condition to be stored outside, even on private property in the City limits. This includes current registration.

Q. Can a Code Compliance Officer help me with problems with my landlord or my tenant?

A. Yes, but only in relation to the condition of the building. A Code Compliance Officer or Building Inspector may only enter a rental unit by invitation of the landlord (with the tenant given proper notice) or a tenant who currently resides in the unit.

Please refer to the following link for information regarding the rights of landlords and tenants in Wisconsin:
Landlord/Tenant Guide