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Yes. Any size of storage building will need a permit.
Yes, vehicles should not be parked on an unpaved surface.
As the property owner, you may sign a Property Owner’s Consent to Remove a Motor Vehicle.
A Variance Petition Form is required and can be obtained in the Code Administration Office on the 4th floor, Suite 430, at City Hall (300 N Loraine) or via our online fillable form (PDF).
Yes, Code Compliance will remove graffiti (at no cost to the property owner) with the submission of a Graffiti Abatement and Indemnity Agreement. The form can be obtained at the Code Compliance Office on the 4th floor, Suite 430, at City Hall (300 N Loraine); or by contacting 432-685-7410.
A vehicle is considered inoperable if it does not display current registration and inspection stickers, has flat tires and/or is wrecked or damaged (must be street legal).
The property owner/tenant is responsible for maintaining all property bounded by the owner's property lines, the center of the alley and the back of the existing/proposed curb.
No, RVs may not be used as living quarters.
Yes, Customary Home Occupation is allowed with certain restrictions. Code Compliance can answer these questions.
All vehicles visible from a public right-of-way must be currently registered and inspected, not be wrecked or have flat tires.
Four garage/yard sales per year are allowed, but not more than two in a 90 days period.
You may take them to the City Collection Station located at 4100 Smith Road.
No, most business parking lots are not zoned for sale of vehicles.
All bonds have an expiration period of 2 years. Please ensure your bond is up to date to avoid delays on construction work.
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Look out for a tag left on the site. A green tag means the inspection has passed. A yellow tag means the inspection has failed. A red tag means the inspection has failed and a $50 reinspection fee must be paid.
The Ordinance allows up to 500 feet before a variance would be required and needing the approval of the City Council.
The role of the committee is to review Oil and Gas applications for:
The City Council approves or denies Oil and Gas Applications. Applications are brought to City Council meeting for a public hearing and after 30 days City Council may vote at a regular meeting.
Drilling is allowed 24 hours without time constraints.
The Ordinance 8769 has jurisdiction only for those permitted wells located in the city limits.
If you hired a contractor, it is the responsibility of the contractor to pull the permit. If you (the homeowner) pull the permit, you will be considered the contractor and liable if there is a constriction problem.