Can I keep construction materials on my property?

All exterior property and premises shall be free from any accumulation or storage of constructional materials such as but not limited to:

  • Lumber
  • Block
  • Brick
  • Roofing
  • Pipe
  • Wire
  • Fixtures

This is unless said materials are related to and necessary for lawful construction activities on the premises, the storage is neat and orderly and is limited in duration to the time reasonably necessary to incorporate the stored items into the construction on the premises.

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1. What's the rule concerning exterior structure and code enforcement?
2. Are recreational vehicles allowed on my property?
3. Can I keep construction materials on my property?
4. How often and to what degree do I have to maintain my lawn from grass and noxious weeds?
5. Can I park old cars or cars I'm working on off-street?
6. Am I allowed to remove trees on my property?
7. Does the city care about fallen and dead trees on my private property?
8. Can I display signs on my property?
9. What types of natural features are allowed on private property?
10. If I vacate my home, do I need to worry about maintenance and security?