Code Enforcement Activities

Code Enforcement activities were designed to ensure the health and safety of each neighborhood and the community. If left alone, these areas would become chaotic, unhealthy and dangerous.

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Things You Can Do

Here are a few things you can do to improve your neighborhood and ensure its safety:

Your Home

  • Install your address so that it can be seen from the street. This is for emergency response purposes and your safety.

Your Yard & Property

  • Do not store vehicles, furniture, or allow trash and junk to accumulate on your porch or property.
  • Keep grass and high weeds cut, including the alley area behind your house where rats, mice and snakes can hide.

Your Vehicles

  • Do not allow abandoned, junked or wrecked vehicles to remain on your property.
  • Get current registration and a current inspection sticker. Make sure your vehicle is operable.
  • Do not park your vehicle on the front or side lawn area.

Your Garbage

  • Securely containerize your garbage.
  • Remove any scattered trash, junk, filth or garbage, especially in your alley.

Your Community

  • Do not post notices, yard sale or garage sale signs on trees, utility poles, traffic signs or on city easements.