"Did You Know?" - Environmental Public Nuisances Share

Jun 3, 2024  |  Web Administrator

Did you know that 1) any growth of weeds, grass or oth­er uncon­trolled veg­e­ta­tion on any prop­er­ty that has been neglect­ed or has reached a height of nine (9) inch­es or more, 2) any accu­mu­la­tion of dead weeds, grass, brush, trees, or woody growth, and 3) any poi­son ivy, rag­weed, or oth­er poi­so­nous plant detri­men­tal to health is regard­ed an Envi­ron­men­tal Pub­lic Nuisance?

Overgrown Grass
Poison Ivy

The pur­pose of Envi­ron­men­tal Pub­lic Nui­sance Munic­i­pal Code is to pro­tect pub­lic safe­ty, health and wel­fare, and enhance the envi­ron­ment of the peo­ple of the city by mak­ing it unlaw­ful to allow an Envi­ron­men­tal Pub­lic Nui­sance to exist.

More exam­ples of Envi­ron­men­tal Pub­lic Nui­sances, and the fee sched­ule rel­a­tive to these vio­la­tions, are pro­vid­ed on Amer­i­can Legal — Envi­ron­men­tal Pub­lic Nui­sances.

Let’s keep build­ing Clean City 2.0” for a safer and clean­er com­mu­ni­ty. #CleanCity2 #CleanCi­ty­Mar­i­on

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