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Posted on: August 15, 2022

Help keep areas of your property near intersections free of sightline obstructions!

Branches Crowding Sidewalk

To ensure adequate visibility of on-coming traffic at intersections, corner properties should maintain area near intersections free of any structures or plantings greater than 36” (inches) in height.

Corner areas defined by the triangular area within 30 feet of an intersection along each intersecting curb-lines should be maintained free of structures and plantings greater than 36” in height. Hedges, signs, fences, and any landscaping features such as ...

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Allowable Fence Locations... Code Enforcement
Posted on: August 8, 2022

Temporary business signs require a permit and should be placed correctly!

Temporary Signage

Temporary signs cannot be located in right of way area between the back of a curb and private property, typically 13 feet or more from the back of the curb.

Temporary signs can be a major distraction to motorists and sight-line interference when placed near intersections. Unlawful signs in right of way areas are subject to immediate removal by city staff regardless of size, type, subject of message, or locati...

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Link to Permit Application... Code Enforcement
Posted on: July 25, 2022

Do your part to keep your neighborhood free of nuisance conditions!


Public nuisances are conditions have detrimental effects on the general health, safety, and welfare of the public.

Efforts should be taken to prevent the creation of public nuisances on private property.  Once a nuisance condition has arisen steps must be taken to eliminate such condition in a timely manner.

The following property maintenance conditions among ...

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Noxious Weed Resource... Code Enforcement
Posted on: July 18, 2022

Composting tips for a steward of the environment and a courteous neighbor!

Full Compost Bin

Composting can be a great way of reducing household waste and generating nutrient rich soil. The following are composting guidelines that should be followed to reduce undesirable impacts on neighboring properties.

All compost material must be confined to a container. Compost material may include everything from a combination of organic household waste such as food scraps and coffee grounds to yard waste such as leaves, grass clippings, and small twigs. For best com...

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More Composting Resources... Code Enforcement