Listed below are the top code violations in the City of Dunedin:
Parking in the required front yard setback is permitted for passenger cars and motorcycles on residential lots only on a legal driveway or in a garage. A driveway or parking are must be constructed with approved parking surfaces. There are limits to the amount of yard area that can be used for a driveway or parking.
Yard maintenance standards are the responsibility of every property owner and include the maintenance of plant material in any right-of-way around the property. Grass cannot exceed 10 inches in height. All vegetation must be kept in a neat and orderly condition.
Junk, Rubbish & Outdoor Storage
Junk and rubbish cannot be left in the yard and must be properly disposed of. This includes junk auto party, appliances, furniture, building materials and tires; trash such as discarded paper, cardboard, plastics, and debris such as tree trimmings and fallen limbs. Outdoor storage is prohibited. Generally, any equipment, materials, or furnishings that would ordinarily not be used outdoors may not be stored outdoors. For example, you may not keep indoor furniture, household appliances, auto parts, or building materials outside. You may store a barbeque grill and lawn furniture outside in an orderly fashion.
Inoperative Motor Vehicles
Inoperative motor vehicles cannot be stored except in a fully enclosed structure that was constructed with a permit. An inoperative vehicle is a vehicle that does not display a current license tag and/or is not equipped with all parts that are required to legally and safely operate on public streets and/or cannot be driven under its own power.