Common Code Violations
Yard & Lot Maintenance
Yard and lot maintenance is important to the health, safety, and welfare of our residents and plays an important role in maintaining a quality neighborhood appearance. City regulations prohibit:
- Accumulations of trash, junk, and debris
- Any untended growth of grass or weeds in excess of 10 inches in height
- Vegetation or trees that impair a motorist or pedestrian’s field of vision at intersections
All vehicles are required to be currently licenses and fully operational if they are parked within public view. Vehicles that don’t run must be parked in a fully enclosed building or be covered with a proper fitting car cover (maximum one vehicle).
Dismantled vehicles stored outside of an enclosed structure are also prohibited.
Commercial Vehicles / Equipment Parked in Residential Areas
It is unlawful for any person to park any commercial vehicle such as semi-trucks and/or trailers, either as one unit or separately, wreckers, tow trucks, box trucks, dump trucks, bucket trucks, and the like, in any residentially zoned area within the city. The parking or storage of construction equipment is also prohibited.
The City of Jacksboro Code of Ordinances regulates signage. This means that any new signs are required to receive a permit. Sign erected without a permit are in violation and will be required to be brought into compliance.
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