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It is not a violation to park a vehicle on the front yard of a property, so long as the vehicle is parked on the property with the consent of the owner and is not considered “junked”.
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Grass and weeds that are above 12 inches are considered a violation on occupied lots. Vacant lots are required to be mowed at least 3 times per year.
Junked vehicles are vehicles that do not display a current license plate and:
Nuisance vehicles are vehicles that pose a health and safety hazard or public nuisance. This includes vehicles that are:
No, vehicles without plates or an updated registration that are not otherwise classified as “junked” (see above) are not in violation.
Yes, per state regulation, both above and below ground pools must be entirely enclosed by a fence with a self-latching gate that is at least 4 ft. in height.
Unfortunately, this a private property dispute and the City cannot enforce disputes of this nature.
Some types of businesses may be run out of a home. However, they must follow the regulations outlined under SR 4 of the City’s Zoning Ordinance.
No, commercial tractor trailers are prohibited within residential zoning districts.
Parking is permitted on all public streets unless otherwise stated. In some situations, on-street parking may pose a safety hazard (e.g., restrict access by emergency service vehicles). If you are concerned that a vehicle may pose a safety hazard, please contact the Police Department’s non-emergency phone number (336-434-3134).
Chickens and other livestock (e.g., goats, horses, etc.) are prohibited within City limits.