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Posted on: October 22, 2018

Appropriate disposal of yard waste keeps neighbors happy and you in compliance!

Yard Waste Disposal

It’s that time of year again for many to be in the yard raking, collecting, and disposing of leaves. How can yard waste material be disposed of properly? Trash haulers do collect yard waste at the curb, but other disposal options are available!

It’s that time of year again for many to be in the yard raking, collecting, and disposing of leaves.  How can yard waste material be disposed of properly?  Trash haulers do collect yard waste at the curb, but other disposal opt...

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Additional Info... Code Enforcement
Posted on: October 15, 2018

Assess & protect your home from the second leading cause of lung cancer – Radon!

Radon Awareness

Are you aware of the health risks associated with elevated Radon levels in your home? Minnesota has high radon levels; amplified by geology and climate. Radon is the leading cause for lung cancer in non-smokers. Consider testing & protecting your home!

Are you aware of the health risks associated with elevated Radon levels in your home? Minnesota has high radon levels; amplified by geology and climate. Radon is the leading cause for lung cancer in non-smokers. Consider testing & protecting your home...

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Additional Info... Code Enforcement
Posted on: October 8, 2018

How to ensure your winter boat storage is compliant with City Ordinances!

Winter Boat Storage

Are you thinking about winter storage options for your boat? Please remember that motorized vehicles including boats stored on trailers must be parked on approved hard surface such as concrete, asphalt, or pavers regardless of the season.

Are you thinking about winter storage options for your boat?  Please remember that motorized vehicles including boats stored on trailers must be parked on approved hard surface such as concrete, asphalt, or pavers regardless of the season.

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Code Enforcement
Posted on: October 1, 2018

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

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 cannot be located in right of way areas, 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 ...

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