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The city's Property Maintenance Code is designed to maintain property values in the community. Common violations include:
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No person shall park, keep, store or leave any commercial vehicle or truck in any residential zoning district of the City, nor shall any person, whether as an owner or occupant or agent thereof, allow a commercial vehicle or truck to be parked there. This doesn't include regular vans or pickup trucks with a license plate not to exceed 12,000 GVW. (Section 355.180)
All grass, weeds, and vegetation must be kept below 10 inches in height. (Section 215.100)
Yard waste must be in brown biodegradable paper bags or in 30-gallon trash cans labeled "Yard Waste." No plastic bags are allowed. Bundled limbs or branches will be picked up provided that the bundles are no larger than four feet in length and two feet in diameter.
The City has implemented a door hanger notification system that notifies the resident of any violations of the Property Maintenance Code or the City's Ordinances.
All solid waste, yard waste, bulky waste and recyclables may be placed at the curb adjacent to the premises not sooner than the night (after sunset) before the designated day for collection thereof, except where other or related programs as authorized or approved by the City may allow for a longer or varied placement time at the curb line. Such items shall be placed in appropriate containers, such as heavy-duty trash bags or solid waste containers with tight-fitting covers. All containers shall be removed from the curb no later than 8:00 P.M. on the day of the regularly scheduled trash collection services or within twelve (12) hours of the time such trash service has actually been provided, whichever is later. Except as provided for herein, all containers shall be stored at least twenty-five (25) feet behind the front yard building line unless fully screened from public view from the fronting road or street. The fronting road or street shall be determined by the mailing address of the property. The maximum number of solid waste containers placed at the curb for pickup at any one time shall conform to the City's current trash collection/hauling contract. (Section 240.080)
Recreational vehicles, boats, and utility trailers that are stored on the property must be parked behind the established front building line. In addition, all recreational vehicles, boats, and utility trailers must be parked on an improved surface of concrete or asphalt. (Section 355.230)
Any vehicle that is not registered having current plates/tags and immediately operable must be removed from the street or private property. (Section 215.020 & 215.040)