Is standing water a violation of the Nuisance ordinance?

No, the ordinance states that it is a violation to purposely place material that blocks the flow of water and forces it to pool, creating a hazard.

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1. Are leaves part of the ordinance that Code will enforce?
2. Will the Code Inspectors drive around looking for violations?
3. What hours are Inspectors working?
4. Does Code Enforcement deal with abandoned or damaged structures?
5. Are vehicles parked on the street that rarely move covered under Code?
6. Can concerns be anonymous?
7. My neighbor parks in the front yard. Is this against the ordinance?
8. The neighbor’s pool has been half full of water for years, it stinks and there are bugs, is this a violation?
9. Is standing water a violation of the Nuisance ordinance?
10. What about neighbors burning trash or yard waste?
11. We believe a neighbor is operating a business out of their residence. Who do we contact?
12. What about noise complaints?
13. How tall does the grass have to be before it is a violation?
14. How will residents be contacted by Inspectors if violations are found?