There are no point-of-sale inspections in the City of Cuyahoga Falls. In other words, the city doesn't check to verify that any code violations were corrected. You can sell the property as-is. However, be aware that you must disclose in writing to the buyer notifying them of the code violations.
The City of Cuyahoga Falls approved legislation to allow voluntary home inspections to include downspout evaluation, drain & sump pump connections and the televising of sewer laterals. If a home seller elects to have the inspection performed the city engineer will complete a Certificate of Inspection with a pass/fail grade for the home. After the certificate has been issued the home owner will have 180 days to make the necessary repairs. The actual property owner at the 180 day period ultimately will be responsible for making the necessary improvements. A homeowner can request the city to make the necessary corrections and have an assessment to their property taxes. If the corrections are not made within the 180 day time frame a surcharge will be imposed to the utilities.
The purpose of the Storm Water Inspection Program is to determine if clean clean water is entering the sanitary sewer system. I would recommend contacting the city engineer at 330-971-8180 in regards to any questions or status updates on the inspections. If you need to schedule an inspection of your home or a home that you are interested in buying you can contact the Service Director's office at 330-971-8240.
If you are a home seller in the State of Ohio there is a 4 page property disclosure where you must disclose any known housing/building code violations & zoning ordinances affecting the property to the prospective buyer. If you would like a copy of this disclosure, let me know and I can email it to you.
What type of code violations are we talking about?