No, it is not a City Ordinance violation. Some covenants restrict parking on streets, but this can only be enforced by the HOA.
If you believe a parked car is creating a safety hazard, please contact the Police Department.
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Complaints can be filed in multiple ways. You can call Code Enforcement Message System, which is 770-487-5731 Option #2.
You can also email Code Enforcement at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the office located at 153 Willowbend Road.
Yes! Code enforcement complaints can be made anonymously; however, we will not be able to get back with you if we need any additional information regarding the specifics of the complaint or let you know if the issue is in fact not an ordinance violation.
No! Ordinances are applicable to the entire property. For instance, a violation of high grass and weeds is not simply for the front yard -- it includes the front, sides, and rear. The codes are intended to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the citizens and visitors of the City -- they are not purely for aesthetic purposes.
No. Vehicles (cars, trucks, motorhomes, motorcycles, golf carts, etc.) are not permitted to park on any unpaved surface such as grass, pine straw, or mulch at any spot on the property.
Peachtree City ordinance states that grass/weeds can be no taller than eight (8) inches in height in the front, sides, and rear of the property.
No. There are no ordinances that cover these issues.
The current status of the Georgia Water Stewardship Act of 2010 is Non-Drought.
The only restrictions currently in place for water is that residential properties are not permitted to mechanically water outdoors between the hours of 10:00 AM and 4:00 PM. There is a 30-day exception for newly installed lawns.
Campers and RVs, as well as boats and trailers are not allowed to be at the front or side of a residential zoning lot. They must be located in the rear yard.
We do understand that you may need to have these items at your residence for a short period of time to properly prepare for or finish up a trip. We allow one day on either side of the trip for this to take place. We would appreciate if you called the Code Enforcement Hotline at 770-631-2588 (220) to let us know. This can avoid you being given a notice for non-compliance.
You may also have a visitor or guest park their RV for a limited amount of time on your driveway. Call the Code Enforcement Hotline to obtain an RV exemption.
No- no one may stay overnight in an RV or Camper.
Code Enforcement Officers are sworn officers of the court, giving them authority to write citations to the Peachtree City Municipal Court. Citations require your attendance at court and fines can be as high as $1,000. Additional penalties, such as community service and even up to six months in jail may be applied.