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When Grass or Weed violation is found to exist on any lot or premises within the city, such condition shall constitute a nuisance, and the owner, occupant or person in charge of such lot or premises shall be notified in writing to correct or remedy the condition within ten (10) days after notice is given to such owner, occupant or person in charge.
In the event the owner, occupant or person in charge of any lot or premises, does not comply with such notice and fails or refuses to correct the condition so as to remove the nuisance described above, the city may abate or cause to be abated the nuisance so as to eliminated the condition, and charge the expenses to the owner of the property.
The abatement by the city shall not relieve the owner, occupant or person in charge of said lot or premises from prosecution for failure to comply with said requirements.
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Grass and Weeds in the yard, alley, and easement over 12 inches is prohibited
It shall be unlawful and an offense for any person, firm or corporation owning, claiming, occupying or having supervision or control of any real property, occupied or unoccupied, within the corporate limits of the city to permit weeds, grass and brush to grow to a greater height than twelve inches (12"); including along the street adjacent to the premises between the property line and the edge of the driving surface
Junk Vehicles are adverse to the maintenance and continuing development of the City of Quinlan. Any visible junk vehicle located either on occupied or unoccupied lot(s), premises and or right-of-way are deemed unsightly and are a nuisance.
Motor Vehicles, Boats, Off-Road Motorcycles and including All-Terrain Vehicles are deemed "Junk Vehicles" if vehicle(s) are:
For more information regarding "Junk Vehicles", please contact the Code Compliance Officer by Email or contacting Quinlan City Hall at (903) 356-3306