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Code enforcement is city employees working with residents, neighborhood associations, public service agencies and other city departments to facilitate voluntary compliance with city laws and codes.
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We enforce environmental, nuisance, life safety and zoning codes. Examples include signage in the right of way, vehicles parked on the grass, graffiti, high grass/weeds, vegetation obstruction, trash on property, illegal dumping, fences in disrepair, abandoned or illegal vehicles and trash cart placement.
Due process is necessary on each case per state law, allowing a minimum of seven days for voluntary compliance
Inoperable means not capable of being used or operated due to legal or mechanical incapability. If a vehicle on private property has not moved in 30 days, is dismantled or has expired registration and/or inspections tags it is deemed a junk motor vehicle.
Signage, such as garage sale signs, is only allowed on private property. No signage is allowed in public right of ways. All signs found or reported on public property will be removed.