Code Violations & Enforcement

The City of Liberty codes are intended to benefit everyone while making our neighborhoods safe, strong and attractive. Compliance with standards can reduce vandalism, deter crime, maintain property values and prevent deterioration of your neighborhood. Code Enforcement invites all citizens to actively participate in improving their neighborhoods and community.

Code ViolationDescriptionPhoto Example
High Grass & WeedsGrass and weeds exceeding 12 inches in height is a violation.  Property owners are responsible for keeping their lawns mowed to the roadway.High Grass & Weeds
Junked Vehicles

A junked vehicle is defined as vehicle that is self-propelled and does not have lawfully attached to it: An unexpired license plate; A valid motor vehicle inspection certificate; Wrecked, dismantled or partially dismantled or discarded; or Inoperable and has remained inoperable for more than 72 consecutive hours, if the vehicle is on public property; or 30 consecutive days if the vehicle is on private property.

Junked Vehicles
Unclean PremisesProperties shall be kept free of unsightly accumulation of garbage and/or junk, which is likely to become unsanitary, offensive or likely to create disease.Unclean Premises
Illegal DumpingDumping of tires, trash and other such debris is a great concern for all our communities and neighborhoods. Dispose of tires and trash in a lawful manner.Illegal Dumping
Stagnant WaterStagnant pool water can pose serious health risks. Stagnant swimming pool water should be drained into the sanitary sewer system, not the storm drains. Be sure to remove standing water from your property to help avoid mosquito infestation and other health concerns.Stagnant Water