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8.20.112 Maintaining Premises to Be Free of Vegetation That Creates a Public Safety Hazard.
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A. Trees, shrubs, grass, weeds, and other landscaping shall not overhang the public sidewalk by less than nine (9) feet or grow in such a manner as to impede pedestrian circulation.

B. Trees, shrubs, grass, weeds, and other landscaping shall not overhang the public street by less than twelve (12) feet or grow in such a manner as to impede vehicular circulation.

C. Brush, grass, weeds, and other landscaping on private property shall not be allowed to reach a condition so that it constitutes a fire hazard or otherwise constitutes a menace to the public safety, health or welfare.

D. Areas within five (5) feet of an emergency vehicle access road or driveway shall be kept clear of non-fire-resistant vegetation growth.

E. The owner and the occupant of private property shall be responsible for compliance with these requirements. The owner and the occupant of property abutting a public street shall be responsible for compliance with these requirements upon any property lying between the private property line and the paved portion of a public right-of-way. (Ord. 1507, 1982; Ord. 2374, 2019)

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