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Survey: Eagle Mountain residents concerned over code enforcement

Published: Wednesday, Sept. 26 2012 3:20 p.m. MDT

EAGLE MOUNTAIN — Code enforcement remains an area of concern for a number of Eagle Mountain residents, according to a citizen satisfaction survey.

Common code violations include: parking RV or commercial vehicles on city streets (it is illegal to park on the street for longer than two hours within a 24-hour period or park in front yard areas), weeds over 6 feet tall, and signs (garage or yard sales must be registered with the city to post signs and need to follow guidelines for where signs can be posted). The Living in EM section of the city website, www.eaglemountaincity.org, has more information.

Jeff Thompson, city code enforcement officer, encourages residents to be involved by being familiar with the code to stay in compliance and report violations.

The city is currently looking into forming a volunteer group that would help determine areas of focus for code enforcement.

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