No, this is one of the main ways the city communicates with residents when there is a property concern, such as a tree that needs trimming, a yard that needs mowed, a vehicle issue, a sign issue, work being done without a permit, yard debris placed in the street, or any other zoning or property … Continued
FAQ Topic: Property Maintenance
Each circumstance is different. When a notice of violation is issued, it must include a compliance deadline. If compliance is not achieved by that time, the inspector may take the next step, which may involve prosecution through the municipal court system.
The City tries to be flexible and work with people who are making a good faith attempt at addressing violations. On a case-by-case basis, compliance deadlines may be extended to accommodate those trying to address the violations. If a property owner fails to address the violations within the given timeframe, the owner will be prosecuted.
Property maintenance violations may be reported by submitting a Property Maintenance Issue Form or by calling the City at (937) 297-2920.