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The Code Enforcement Team, comprised of two officers, plays an important role in providing a safe and healthy environment for our community. The City Council has adopted ordinances to protect and preserve our neighborhoods. The role of each code enforcement officer is to enforce city ordinances thereby, bringing properties in violation into compliance. Each officer is assigned to a district for the purpose of developing rapport with area residents and local businesses. This allows them to better understand the histories, challenges, and concerns of their assigned neighborhood thereby being equipped to understand compliance issues specific to these neighborhoods.
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A vehicle that appears not to be in working order. Such as but not limited to, missing tires, dismantled parts, no interior or steering wheel.
Recreational vehicles may be parked on your driveway as long as it is not obstructing a public sidewalk or street. It may not be parked in the front setback or identified landscape area. A typical front set back is 25'. Keep in mind that a corner lot has 2 front setbacks. It may also be parked on the side of your home, out of the front setback. The area must be consistent with Parking Lot Standards such as concrete pad, asphalt or gravel.
Weeds must not be allowed to grow to an unsightly height. Tall dry grass should also be cut to minimize hazards. Noxious weeds must be removed.
There are many factors to consider when placing signs and banners for advertising, please contact the Community Development Department for questions about signage. They can be reached at 435-627-4712
Yes, a permit is required. For more information on approved fences, walls, and the regulations that govern installation, please see City ordinance Title. 10-18-1.