FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT VILLAGE ORDINANCES

DOOR TO DOOR SOLICITATION

NO DOOR-TO-DOOR SOLICITATION IN THE VILLAGE

  • ORDINANCE #568 Nov. 4, 1963

CURFEW FOR CHILDREN UNDER AGE 14

10:00 PM to 5:00 AM SUN-THU
11PM–5AM FRI-SAT

  • ORDINANCE #641 Nov. 4, 1963

CURFEW FOR CHILDREN UNDER AGE 18

10:00 PM to 5:00 AM SUN-THU
11PM–5AM FRI-SAT

  • ORDINANCE #641 Nov. 4, 1963

TREES IN THE PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY

Care for trees in the public right-of-way is the responsibility of the abutting landowner. Council may require removal of trees for cause; in such cases costs are divided evenly between the village and the abutting landowner. Council must approve new trees in public right-of-way.

  • RESOLUTION 92-5 Nov. 2, 1992

GRASSES, WEEDS, TREES, AND SHRUBS

Noxious/poisonous weeds must be removed by the landowner. Grasses must not be allowed to bloom, seed, or grow taller than 10 inches. Trees/Shrubs must not overhand any portion of a street, public ground, or sidewalk. Trees near streetlamps must not obstruct the passage of light from streetlamps. All trees over sidewalks and streets must be trimmed to provide 10 feet of clearance.

  • ORD. #08-05-02 Oct. 10, 2005

FURTHER QUESTIONS ABOUT VILLAGE ORDINANCES

If you hve further questions about these, or other, Village ordinances, please call the village office at Dobson Hall

  • PHONE: 330-695-3606