Inoperable Vehicles

Motor vehicles are considered a nuisance when not properly registered and tagged, parked in violation to city ordinance, incapable of moving under its own power, junked, wrecked, or other inoperable condition.  Multiple conditions can raise the presumption that a vehicle is junked, wrecked or inoperable including the following: absence of a current registration plate upon the vehicle, placement on jacks, blocks or other supports and the absence of one or multiple parts that are necessary for the lawful street operation of the vehicle.

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1. Tall Grass and Weeds
2. Inoperable Vehicles
3. Trees and shrubs on private property
4. Trash and Debris