Do not knowingly remain within 300 feet of a structure fire, vehicle fire or unlawful fire after a fire or police official determines a public danger exists and orders individuals to vacate the area. A reasonable period of time will be given from the time of the order for individuals to leave the area.
Do not be intoxicated in a public place and be endangering directly the safety of another person or property.
Do not urinate, defecate or spit on any street, sidewalk, alley, park, parkway, parking lot or structure, public carrier or upon any public property.
Do not engage in a riot, assemble or act in concert with four or more other persons for the purpose of engaging in conduct constituting the crime of riot, including the destruction of public or private property, throwing objects, starting a fire.
(section 26-54) Do not be in possession of any alcoholic beverage in an open container or container with a broken seal in any public place or private area open to the public except a licensed liquor establishment or elsewhere as provided by ordinance.
Trash and recycling containers should be stored inside the home; inside an accessory structure, garage or shed; or behind or at the side (back from the street at least one-half the length of the structure) of a home during intervals between collection days.
Do not create noise that would disturb your neighbors, including loud stereos, shouting.
After 11 p.m., noise violations are misdemeanor offenses.
An enhanced party noise violation will occur if two or more of the following conditions apply: 1) a common source of alcohol to serve the guests, such as a keg; 2) live entertainment; 3) a charge to gain entrance into the residence or to consume alcohol; 4) amplified sound heard outside of the building; and 5) outdoor drinking games where alcohol is involved.
Keep your lawn neat and trimmed. Grass should be no higher than six inches. Learn more about appropriate lawn height. Keep trees and shrubs trimmed so sidewalks and street corners are not physically or visually obstructed.
(ordinance 1320) No pool, swimming pool, hot tub or spa of any depth - permanent or temporary - shall be placed in the front yard or side yard (unless enclosed) of any one-family, two-family or multiple-family dwelling.