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Skating (roller blades and roller skates - no skateboards) is permitted on residential streets where there is a speed limit of 25 miles per hour or less between the hours of sunrise and sunset. Persons who are skating shall do so in a prudent manner and not interfere with normal traffic flow.
To facilitate recovery in the event of theft, register your bicycle at no charge the Police Department.
Real estate, garage sale, political and other permitted residential signs must be located on private property (behind the sidewalk or similar distance behind the curb in areas without sidewalk).
Sheds, signs, fences and swimming pools require a building permit. For permit information, please contact the Neighborhood Services Department.
No more than three pets may be boarded for remuneration without a kennel permit.
Farm animals may not be housed in the city without a permit and no farm or non-domesticated animal may stray beyond the premises of the owner.
Building materials and vegetation, including yard and garden debris, are not permitted in residential trash containers. Please contact the Department of Municipal Services regarding disposal of these materials.
The City provides residential trash pickup on a weekly schedule. The garbage container, or toter, holds approximately 90 gallons. A smaller unit is available at a reduced cost to senior citizens and others requiring limited refuse service. Customers with an unusually large amount of trash may call the Department of Municipal Services for an additional pickup at a nominal charge. Volume residential refuse customers may subscribe through the Department of Municipal Services for a second toter at a slightly reduced cost. Learn more about residential trash pickup.
Appeals taken from a determination of a City housing official may be taken to the Property Maintenance Code Board of Appeals for consideration.
Learn more about rental housing on our Neighborhood Services Department page.
A person who violates this section may be issued a Municipal Civil Infraction Citation with a fine as follows: - First Violation - $25 Plus Costs - Second Violation - $50 Plus Costs - Third or Subsequent Violation - $75 Plus Costs
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