Code Enforcement

The purpose of code enforcement is to provide for the public's health and general welfare, the efficient and effective provision of city services, and the protection of the environment and natural resources of the community.


Common Code Violations


  • Failure to Maintain Property - Grass/weeds in excess of 12 inches; accumulations of brush, earth, construction materials, litter, junk, and garbage; and any other objectionable, unsightly, or unsanitary matter of whatsoever nature. 
  • Motor Vehicle Maintenance - Repair of a motor vehicle on public property (street) or repair of motor vehicle on private property that is not enclosed in a structure or behind a 6 foot fence.
  • Junked Vehicle - A motor vehicle with expired or non-existent tags/license plates; and/or is wrecked, dismantled, discarded, or inoperable and has remained inoperable for more than 72 hours on public property or 30 consecutive days on private property. 
  • Abandoned Vehicle - Is inoperable and over 5 years old and is left unattended on public property for more than 48 hours; or has remained illegally on public property for a period of more than 48 hours; or has remained on private property without the consent of the owner or person in control of the property for more than 48 hours; or has been left unattended on the right-of-way of the designated county, state, or federal highway for more than 48 hours.

Report a Code Violation


Code of Ordinances


Chapter 6 Health and Sanitation (6.03 Littering, nuisances, and unsanitary or objectionable conditions)

Chapter 8 Abandoned or junked vehicles



Code Enforcement Officer:
Duane Sawyer

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