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Looking for a way to encourage property upkeep and ensure safe housing, an inspector suggested a day of service in which codes inspectors would help residents within blighted blocks bring their home up to code.
The City of Chattanooga's Economic & Community Development (ECD) Department launched a new initiative, called De Code Day, on Oct. The event, which was the first in ECD's new initiative, focused on two blocks in the Avondale Neighborhood.
Volunteers from the City of Chattanooga, including code inspectors and representatives of the Chattanooga Police and Fire Departments, worked together with Avondale Neighborhood residents to help preserve homes on Windsor Street.
De Code Day efforts included trimming trees, clearing debris, repairing mailboxes, and applying new coats of paint to trim, railings and columns.
Prior to the inaugural De Code Day, crews worked on Windsor Street throughout the week to demolish two houses in disrepair, which increases safety and helps return the property to productive use.