Did you take the warning seriously?
On June 5th Lee County Code Enforcement along with other city leaders were sent to make sure houses in the city of Leesburg had a clearly displayed number on the home.
Jim Wright with Code Enforcement says now that the 10 days they're required to give residents has passed, they'll be going back out on the streets soon to see who took the warning seriously and who didn't. If they find that one of the houses warned didn't do anything to fix the problem, they'll give them one more chance before giving them a citation.
The reasons these numbers need to be on the side of the house and visible is so it's easier for emergency crews to find you if something happens.