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Top 10 Code Compliance Facts
- Must be contained to the property where they live unless under direct supervision by its owner when in public.
- All dogs must always be leashed when in public and shall not be allowed to defecate on another’s property.
- Only three domestic animals allowed per household.
- Livestock, such as chickens and roosters, are only allowed on residential properties zoned as agricultural.
- Lawn maintenance
- Grass must be cut and edged on a regular basis to prevent overgrowth.
- Swimming pools
- Must be secured by a fence with a self-closing latch to prevent unauthorized access.
- Pools must be cleaned on a regular basis to prevent mosquito breading and other sanitary nuisances.
- Outdoor storage
- Items commonly used outside such as patio furniture or barbecue grills may be stored on the property in an orderly fashion.
- Non-yard like items such as furniture made for indoor use or appliances, cannot be stored on the exterior of the home.
- All passenger vehicles must be parked on the driveway, under a carport, or inside a garage. No part of a vehicle shall encroach the sidewalk.
- No commercial vehicles or commercial trucks can be parked on residential property.
- No derelict, accident damaged, unlicensed, or otherwise inoperable vehicles can be stored on residential property.
- All trees and hedges shall be maintained in a healthy, neatly trimmed manner.
- No part of landscaping shall present a hazard to the public or traffic.
- Only dome-shaped decorative landscape stones are permitted to be used on swale areas.
- Property maintenance
- All properties, commercial and residential, shall be kept in good condition free of blighting factors such as trash, peeling paint, broken windows, and safety hazards.
- Bulk trash
- Bulk trash shall be placed at the curb in a manner that does not impede the roadway or cause damage to cars, mailboxes, trees, or light poles when collected.
- Trash and recycle cans are to be stored out of public view.
- Trash and recycle cans are to be removed from the curb after collection.
- Must be kept free of damaged or missing sections.
- Must be secured to prevent unauthorized access.