The goal of the Neighborhood Preservation committee is to promote and strive for a well-maintained living environment for the Vollintine-Evergreen Neighborhood.
Chair: Christine Floyd
Property laws protect a neighborhood. Help the neighborhood stay strong by reporting problem properties. To see a list of code violations, please click on the link: Ten Common Code Violations
For more information on keeping our neighborhood a safe place to call home, please also review the VECA Standards document compiled by the Neighborhood Preservation Committee.
Report Code Violations via the City of Memphis’ Online Support Center: Online Support Center
Junk Cars Are An Eyesore
Abandoned and junk cars pose an eyesore for neighbors. They also provide a breeding place for vermin and are an attractive yet dangerous place for children to play. An abandoned vehicle is any vehicle that is wrecked or partially dismantled or inoperable for more than 10 consecutive days.
Do you want to get rid of a junk car? Contact an auto salvage yard or consider donating the vehicle to a charity.
Additional violations relating to vehicles:
• Please refrain from parking any vehicle on the lawn. Vehicles must be parked on concrete, asphalt or other approved hard surface.
• The number of vehicles parked at a dwelling shall not exceed more than 4 vehicles in a 10 day period of time.
Please report violations to the Mayor’s Citywide Call Center at 901.576.6500.
Reports can also be filed through the Online Support Center at memphistn.gov.