Spring is here and grass is starting to grow quickly. The city’s Code Compliance officials encourage everyone to avoid tall grass and weeds by mowing regularly.
If a Code Compliance officer documents that the grass and weeds on your property are more than 12 inches high, you will receive a one-time certified notice and have 10 days to correct the violation. If you don’t, a city contractor will do the job. The average bill for a residential lot is $250.
To learn more, call Code Compliance at 817-392-1234.
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