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Yes. Sec. 18-261 allows the city, if the tree constitutes a hazard to life and property, or harbors insects or disease which constitutes a potential threat to other trees within the city, to require the property owner to remove the tree.
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Sec. 52-122 prohibits the parking of a trailer with a capacity of three-quarter ton or larger on any street between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. All other trailers can be parked on the street as long as they are parked in accordance with applicable traffic statutes.
Sec. 6-228 through 6-230 deals with fowl inside the city limits. In a residential zone, a resident is allowed to have up to four hens (no roosters) after obtaining the proper permit from Rogers Animal Services. The fowl must be maintained in a suitable enclosure, which shall be kept in a clean, sanitary condition. Please contact Rogers Animal Services at (479) 621-1197 to report a violation or obtain a permit.
There is no established minimum height. Per Sec. 18-93, a place, condition or thing is unsightly when it is in public view and offends the then-prevailing standard of the community as a whole…”
Sec. 52-140 prohibits the parking of a vehicle between the residence and the street right-of-way in any residential zone. This only applies to the front of the residence (the parking of a vehicle beside or behind a residence is not a violation of this ordinance).