Property owners are required to maintain landscaping to that it does not appear blighted.

Outside Storage
Outside storage including but not limited to: equipment, building or landscaping materials, parts / auto parts, appliances, mattresses, boxes or any scrap items, cannot be left visible from beyond the property boundaries. These types of items must be stored safely within an enclosed building or screened by a fence.

Vehicles must be parked on the legal driveway or on an improved, dustproof surface immediately adjacent to the legal driveway. Any vehicle parked in the front yard must be currently licensed. To provide a dustproof surface, please provide 3 inches of gravel with a permanent border, concrete pad or asphalt.

RV Storage
RVs, motor homes, 5th wheels, campers, etc., must be stored in the rear yard or in the side yard behind the front face of the house. If over 6 feet in height, the item must be screened with a foot opaque fence/gate. Such vehicles may NOT be used as living quarters. Only one such item may be stored at the residence.

Property owners are responsible for maintaining their properties, and the adjacent right-of-way (sidewalk, street, alley), free of dead or dried vegetation (weeds, tall grass, shrubs, trees, palm fronds, etc.). All dead or dried vegetation must be removed and disposed of properly. Property owners are also responsible for assuring that weeds/grass on their property and adjacent right-of-way do not exceed 9 inches in height. Trees that hang over the sidewalk should be trimmed so that a minimum of 8 feet is allowed for passage. Trees that hang over the street should be trimmed so that a minimum of 14 feet is allowed for passage.

Watercraft/Utility Trailer Storage
All watercraft, utility trailers, or any nonvehicle-mounted camper shell or truck camper must be stored in the rear yard or side yard. All watercraft trailers, utility trailers, nonvehicle-mounted campers and truck campers visible to the public rights-of-ways must be operable, have inflated tires and be kept free of weeds and debris.

Exposed, exterior surfaces of the building(s) must be structurally sound and have no holes, breaks, rotting, crumbling, cracking, peeling and rusting. Yards and landscaping should be well maintained and free from weeds and litter. Painted surfaces should not have peeling, chipping, cracking or blistering paint. Materials, colors and finishes used on buildings, structures or exterior walls and fences must be consistent. For example, you may not paint half of your block wall and leave the other half unpainted. Exterior windows and doors should not be broken, missing or poorly fitted. Window screens should not be excessively worn or have any rips or tears. Canopies and metal awnings should be in good condition � no rips, holes or excessive fading. Roofs should be free from surface breaks, raised edges, and missing or broken bricks. Fences, screening walls and retaining walls must be built with standard fencing materials, be free from graffiti, and should not be broken, dilapidated, unsightly, leaning or have missing blocks or slats. Foundations must be repaired if there is settling, cracking, crumbling or excessive leaning. Outdoor stairs, porches and railing should not have broken or deteriorated deck boards, steps or handrails.

Inoperable Vehicles
Inoperable vehicles must not be seen from beyond the property line boundaries. And inoperable vehicle is a vehicle that is not equipped with all parts that are required to legally and safely operate it on public streets and/or cannot be driven under its own power. Car covers, tarps, bamboo, shades and other similar types of materials are not acceptable screening. The vehicle owner has 10 days to repair the vehicle or remove it from sight. Vehicles parked in front must be currently licensed. There is a restriction on the number of inoperable and/or unregistered vehicles that may be stored in the rear yard. Refer to Title 8 Chapter 6 Section A for specifics. Said vehicles stored in rear yard must be screened by a 6 foot opaque fence.

Junk, Litter and Debris
Junk, litter and debris cannot be left in the yard. It must be disposed of properly. This includes but is not limited to: junk auto parts, appliances, furniture, building and/or landscaping materials, tires, discarded paper, cardboard, plastics, beer cans, tree trimmings, fallen tree limbs and/or any other items that have been discarded.