Vehicle Storage & Parking

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  • Large appliances such as refrigerators, washers & dryers may be placed at the curb for pick-up.  Refrigerator doors must be removed for safety.
     
  • Bird feed, litter, pet food, animal droppings & bread crumbs left on the ground will attract rodents.

  • Between the months of May and November, any person owning or occupying land within the City must destroy any and all noxious weeds taller than twelve inches (12”). This applies to vacant properties as well. If a noxious weed is found to be taller than twelve inches (12”) on a vacant property, that property may be mowed and billed to the property owner by the City.
  • Unlicensed and/or junk vehicles should not be parked on the property other than in the garage. Major vehicle repairs, such as engine and transmission overhauls and bodywork that require extensive time to complete, should not be attempted in residential areas.
  • Vehicles may not be stored outside of residential property for extended periods of time. They must be kept in the garage.
  • Recreational vehicles, domestic trailers, boats, and travel trailers exceeding 20 feet must be stored completely within an enclosed garage. Vehicles less than 20 feet in length may be stored in the rear yard only.
  • All vehicles should be parked on defined driveways; not on any landscaped areas. Automobiles should not be parked on the lawn or between the sidewalk and the roadway.
  • It is illegal to park vehicles for sale in area parking lots. Vehicles in violation will be tagged and towed.