Property owners are responsible for maintaining any public right-of-way abutting their property.
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8-cubic-yards of bulk trash can be picked up.
View the Waste Pro pick-up map (PDF).
No, you are not allowed to park on your front lawn.
Residents may park no more than two vehicles on the public right-of-way, parallel to traffic. Whether or not the resident uses the right-of-way for parking, they must maintain it.
The City addresses the violation notice to the property owner; however, tenants should confer with their landlord on specific contractual obligations.
Rental advertisements for a period of less than 3 months are prohibited. Rentals for a period of 3 months or less, or renting/leasing more than 4 times in a twelve month period is prohibited.
Bulk trash is placed on the curbside.
Contact the Code Compliance Department 305-895-9832.
Access the Code of Ordinances website.
Speak with your Code Officer. View the Code Compliance Officers to contact a Code Officer.