Code Enforcement

Responsibilities
  • Addresses questions and concerns our residents and local business owners have regarding city ordinance guidelines and possible violations of properties 
  • Listens to each report to determine whether it is an issue that requires an inspection and follow-up, dispatching to the appropriate city department; or if it is a civil issue to be handled outside of the confines of city government 
  • Offers advice on how to stay in compliance within the guidelines of the ordinances 
  • Promotes public awareness and actively addresses city code violations

Tips on Managing Trash and Recycling Containers
Attached at the following link is a powerpoint that explains trash container storage requirements and shares best practices for container storage.


  1. Enjoy but observe reasonable levels of noise at your property!

    Generally, permissible noise levels and certain activities are restricted over nighttime hours. Electronic sound systems, loud dogs, and parties should be reported to 911. Courtesy should always be taken to avoid annoying and unnecessary noise emissions. Read on...
  2. Ensure temporary signs are permitted and placed correctly for your next event!

    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. Read on...
  3. Swimming pools are great recreation for summer months, but should be adequately prepped for winter!

    Are you a pool owner preparing to close your pool down for the season? Here are a few helpful tips that will help you keep your property in compliance through the process. Read on
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