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Overgrown vegetation blocking the view of traffic signs can lead to dangerous vehicle situations in our neighborhoods and streets.
Overgrown vegetation is required to be trimmed and maintained if it is blocking a traffic sign or signal adjacent to your property. Signs must be visible to reduce accidents and ensure motorists and pedestrians to see crossing traffic and signage.
The City has adopted ordinances which require corner lots to be clear of structures, plantings, signage, etc. to allow for improved visibility. If there is a visibility issue, City Staff will send a letter to the homeowner or occupant to correct the problem. If it is not corrected in a timely manner, the City will remove the obstruction at your expense.
To report a concern or question, please email Carey Kotilinek or call 763-684-5425.