Top Code Violations

  • Over­grown weeds
  • Trash/​solid waste
  • Aban­doned vehicles

Some ways to avoid hav­ing violations…

Over­grown Weeds

Weed vio­la­tions occur when grass/​weeds exceed nine inch­es. We put notice in the paper twice in April. We do not noti­fy prop­er­ty own­ers after June 1st. We believe this method allows for an ample grace peri­od for own­ers to get grass mowed and weeds pulled.

Trash/​Solid Waste

Res­i­dents and/​or prop­er­ty own­ers need to use the pro­vid­ed blue tot­ers from Mar­i­on Util­i­ties. Do not set out an exces­sive amount of large trash because Mar­i­on Util­i­ties will only pick up one large item per month if sched­uled prior.

Aban­doned Vehi­cles

All vehi­cles must be insured, reg­is­tered, and have cur­rent plates phys­i­cal­ly on the vehi­cle, when it is parked on pub­lic AND pri­vate prop­er­ty. There is usu­al­ly some con­fu­sion regard­ing cars parked on pri­vate prop­er­ty. Vehi­cle own­ers might think they don’t need to be insured or plat­ed if they’re on pri­vate prop­er­ty, but in fact, they do.

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