Are junk/inoperable vehicles covered under code enforcement, and can the Village force removal of unlicensed vehicles?
Yes, all vehicles stored outside must be licensed and operable.
Yes, the Village can implement the enforcement procedure to have the property owner renew the license plates, put the vehicle in an enclosed structure (garage, barn, etc.), or remove the vehicle from the property.
There is an abandoned vehicle on my street. Who should I call to report it?
How do I file a property maintenance complaint?
Who cuts the grass/weeds in vacant lots? What is a "noxious" weed?
The Village of Suamico has recently updated the ordinance on noxious weeds to include a regulation on lawn maintenance. Lawn areas cannot exceed ten (10) inches in height or contain noxious weeds. For more information on this, please check the Village's Book of Ordinances, Chapter 6.07. If you have any issues or questions regarding this, please contact the Public Works & Engineering office at (920) 434-8410.
Legally, a noxious weed is any plant designated by a federal, state, county, or local government as injurious to public health, agriculture, recreation, wildlife, or property. A noxious weed is also commonly defined as a plant that grows out of place and is "competitive, persistent, and pernicious."
What regulations are there for fencing?
Please see Chapter 18.4 of the Village Zoning Code that regulates fencing.
Where can I put up real estate for sale, lease, or rent signs?