Code Enforcement
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Did you find this Notice hanging on your door? This is not a Citation but it can become one if you do not correct the problem!

 

 

​Code Enforcement - Chief Jeff Ballew & David Kieltsch

All questions about Code Enforcement can be sent to​ code@evgov.org

​WARNING
PERMANENT
STAGE 1 WATER RESTRICTIONS
WATERING BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 10:AM-6:PM IS PROHIBITED
 
  1. NO RESIDENTAL WATERING ON MONDAYS AND FRIDAYS

  2. ODD NUMBER ADDRESS MAY ONLY WATER ON SUNDAY AND THURSDAY ONLY.

  3. EVEN NUMBERS ADDRESSES MAY ONLY WATER ON SATURDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS ONLY.

  • Water may not run off the property more than 50 feet
  • Vehicle washing is limited to the use of hand-held buckets and a hose with a positive shutoff valve. Vehicles may be washed at any time at a car wash.
  • No hosing of buildings or other structures for purposes other than fire protection or surface preparation for painting.
  • Encouraging no hosing of paved areas such as sidewalks, driveways, parking lots, etc.
  • Encouraging hotels, restaurants and bars to serve water only upon request.
  • Establishing new turf is discouraged, and a variance is required to do so.
TICKETS WILL BE WRITTEN NO EXCEPTIONS!!!
 

NEW CITY CODES:



1. ODD/EVEN watering by address (except for hand watering & use of soaker hoses) is now MANDATORY year round (Ord. #361-11).​

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2. Placement of trash receptacles allowed in designated areas from dusk the evening before trash pickup until dusk the day of trash pickup. All other times receptacles must be kept inside the house, garage or fenced yard- not visible from the street or another lot (Ord.#72-11).

3. Overgrown Vegetation/Dead Trees & Shrubs - grass/weeds exceeding 6" is a violation & dead trees/shrubs visible from the street must be removed (Ord. #381-11).

THE ENTIRE LIST OF CITY CODES ARE AVAILABLE BELOW (CLICK ON THE CITY CODES LINK):


 

 

 

 

​*NOTE: You will need to select the A-F in the drop down box then scroll down to find Edgecliff Village.



​CURRENT CODE CONCERN:



​As a part of national legislation to clean up the nation's waterways, several regulations have been enacted concerning management of what we can allow to pass from our home and streets into the drainage system. One of those rules prohibits the depositing of lawn clippings and debris onto the street. As of July 2010 citations have been issued to offenders. Please clean up those clippings after you mow your yard or notify your lawn care service to do this.



The same policy will be followed for those who waste water by allowing it to run into the street during watering of their lawns. sprinklers can be adjusted to keep all the water in your yard.