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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).
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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.
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.