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Posted on: September 16, 2019

Enjoy but observe reasonable levels of noise at your property!

Roofing Contractors Making Noise

Generally, permissible noise levels and certain activities are restricted over nighttime hours. Electronic sound systems, loud dogs, and parties should be reported to 911. Courtesy should always be taken to avoid annoying and unnecessary noise emissions.

All properties should observe noise standards that are established by city ordinance during both daytime and nighttime hours.  In residential neighborhoods, as well as in institutional districts, however, permissible noise levels drop significant...

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Posted on: September 9, 2019

Ensure temporary signs are permitted and placed correctly for your next event!

Come in We're Open Sign

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.

Open house signs may be located within a 6 block radius of the house being shown, should remain 5 feet from all curbs, and are allowed only during hours of the open house.

Temporary signs can be a major distraction to motorists and sight-line interference ...

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Posted on: September 2, 2019

Swimming pools are great recreation for summer months, but should be adequately prepped for winter!

Pool Closed sign

Are you a pool owner preparing to close your pool down for the season? Here are a few helpful tips that will help you keep your property in compliance through the process.

Draining waste water from pools directly onto public ways such as streets or across sidewalks is not permitted.  Waste water from pools should be directed completely onto the pool owners’ property and directed in a way as to not cause adverse run...

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Posted on: August 26, 2019

Ensure proper storage of vehicles on your property and in your neighborhood!

Junk Vehicle with broken windshield and damaged hood

To maintain the aesthetic quality of the community, city ordinance prohibits the outdoor storage of abandoned and junk vehicles on private property. Abandoned and junk vehicles should be stored in an enclosed garage or storage building.

Vehicles parked outside on private property that lack vital component parts or are in such a visibly inoperable condition that they are incapable of use consistent with their usual functions are considered junk vehicles and prohibited by City ordinance. &...

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