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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.
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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.
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”.
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.
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.