News Flash

Posted on: February 18, 2019

Reduce clutter in your home for a safer environment!


Excessive accumulation of personal belongings and waste within the home can lead to potentially unsafe conditions. These conditions can affect the safety of the occupant, neighbors, and public.

Excessive indoor accumulation of belongings and household waste may consist of things like newspapers, junk mail, merchandize, and common household waste.  Excessive indoor accumulation gone unchecked can cause a property lead to potentially unsa...

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Posted on: February 11, 2019

Non-passenger vehicles may service, but should not be stored in residential neighborhoods!

Food Truck

To maintain quality residential neighborhoods, non-passenger vehicles are prohibited in residential districts unless loading, unloading, or otherwise rendering a service.

Non-passenger vehicles are defined as motor vehicles, over 8 feet in height or over 22 feet in length, vehicles with a one ton or more carrying capacity, or any vehicles or trailers not customary or incidental to the use or occupancy of residential proper...

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Code Enforcement
Posted on: February 4, 2019

Private snow removal is necessary, but should not utilize public areas and right of way.

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Clearing snow and ice on private property is encouraged in all cases, but please remember pushing snow onto or even across public ways is not allowed.

Ensuring that snow removal is conducted in a compliant manner is the responsibility of homeowners, renters, commercial property owners, business owners and managers, home owners associations, and even contractors.  Snow may not be pushed across a...

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Code Enforcement
Posted on: January 28, 2019

Understanding parking requirements in residential Neighborhoods!

Four Car Maximum

In order to protect the character and tranquility of residential neighborhoods throughout the City, the City of Apple Valley restricts the total number of passenger vehicles that may be parked outside at a residential property to four (4) at any time.

No more than a total four (4) passenger vehicles may be parked outside on a residential property at any time.  A residential parking permit, however, can be obtained through the City’s Planning Division that would allow up to, but no mo...

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Additional Info... Code Enforcement