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Posted on: October 2, 2023

Enjoy a recreational fire safely by following these guidelines!

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As nights begin to cool off for the season, recreational fires may be more common throughout the city. To keep your property and neighborhood safe please remember to follow recreational fire and burning guidelines while burning at your property.

Recreational fires should be confined to an area no greater than 3 x 3 x 3 feet and should be completely surrounded by a non-combustible material such as but not limited to rock, masonry, or ferrous metal. Areas intended for recreational fire use may be l...

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Posted on: September 25, 2023

Do your part to keep streets & sidewalks safe and accommodating to ordinary use!

Right of Way Obstruction (TC Placement)

Obstructions, of various forms, in the public right of way are becoming more commonplace. Please remember, though, that the right of way is intended for public use and obstructions should be removed to accommodate ordinary use.

Right of way areas, or the area in which public streets and sidewalks are located, are found along the front portion of all properties, as well as along the side and rear of some corner properties and properties located in courts. Right of way areas typic...

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Code Enforcement
Posted on: September 11, 2023

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

Boat on lake at sunset

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.

Motorized boats may not be stored in your yard unless they are parked on an approved hard surface.   Approved surfaces include concrete, asphalt, or pavers.  Boats may be stored in a garage, shed or similar storage building, the establis...

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Code Enforcement