Can my neighbor park his vehicle on the front lawn?
No. Motor vehicles shall not be parked on any front yard area not designated and approved for parking; for example, a paved driveway. The front yard is defined as the area of private property that is located between the public right-of-way and the front line of the primary structure on that property. In addition, parking on city sidewalks is prohibited.

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1. How can I obtain a copy of the property maintenance ordinance?
2. The house next door is abandoned and the grass is over grown. Can anything be done to clean up the property?
3. Can my neighbor park his vehicle on the front lawn?
4. I phoned in a complaint weeks ago. Why has nothing been done to the property?
5. I live in a subdivision with a homeowners association. Can the city enforce the association's covenants and restrictions?
6. Do political campaign signs require a permit?
7. Can I have garage, porch, or yard sales in the city? Is a permit required?
8. I live in an area where new construction is taking place. Is there a time when construction is allowed to begin?