Inoperative vehicles are prohibited from being parked on residential property. What is an inoperative vehicle?

Generally, an inoperative vehicle is a vehicle that cannot be driven on a City street. An inoperative vehicle may have flat tire(s), dead battery, is not displaying valid registration plates, is dismantled or wrecked, cannot be driven under its own power, or has broken or missing parts, etc.

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1. How do I report a possible code violation?
2. What is the height limit for grass and weeds?
3. Can I bring my company truck home?
4. Are door-to-door solicitors required to have a City license?
5. How do I report a possible code violation?
6. Inoperative vehicles are prohibited from being parked on residential property. What is an inoperative vehicle?
7. Is there a restriction on loud noises or on when I can mow my lawn?
8. Can I park my trailer on a City street?
9. Can my neighbor park their cars on the street in front of my home?
10. How long may I park my car on the street without moving it?
11. How many vehicles can a resident have?
12. What is the most common violation?