I received a NOTICE OF VIOLATION, what does this mean?

The City has been made aware of a violation that is present at your property and the Notice of Violation is meant to advise you to correct the issue by the date listed at the bottom of the page. A Code Officer will conduct a follow up investigation on or after the Compliance date listed to verify if the violation has been corrected or not. If you have any questions or need an extension of time to correct the violation, please contact the Code Compliance Officer at the phone number listed at the bottom of the notice. 

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1. If I file a complaint, will my information remain anonymous?
2. Do I need a permit for a yard sale?
3. What types of animals and/or how many animals may I have?
4. What if my neighbor’s animal makes excessive noise or I suspect an animal is being abused?
5. Does the City have a registration program for vacant, abandoned, or foreclosed property?
6. Where can I park my vehicle for sale?
7. Where can I park my commercial vehicle?
8. Can I park my inoperable vehicle on my driveway?
9. Can a vehicle park on my front lawn?
10. Can I park my large vehicle, trailer, or motorhome on my driveway?
11. Are vehicles allowed to be parked on the street without moving for extended periods of time?
12. Who do I call to report trash/junk/debris that has been dumped in an unapproved area?
13. I have a dispute with my neighbor such as the maintenance of fence or tree that borders our properties.
14. I received a NOTICE OF VIOLATION, what does this mean?
15. I received an ADMINISTRATIVE CITATION, what does this mean?