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No, a citation will be sent if the work isdone by an unlicensed electrician or plumber.
Yes. Please contact the Codes Department at 620-223-0550
No, you will have to get a surveyor tomeasure your lot.
Yes. Also if you need assistance in findinghelp for you or someone else, please call 620-223-0550.
An inoperable vehicle is one that cannotmove on its own power. Also an inoperable vehicle is one that does not have current insurance & current tags.
If the grass & weeds reach 8" in height, a letter is sent giving the owners of the property 10 days to cut the grass. Only ONE (1) letter per mowing season is sent out. You will not get additional letters each time your yard needs mowed. After the 10 days, the City will have it mowed and bill the property owner. After the initial mowing, if your property grows to 8” or more, it will be mowed again and billed to the owner.
Unless you own and occupy the houseyourself, you will need a licensed electrician to do the work. If you own and occupy the house, you can dothe work yourself. When the work iscomplete, contact the Codes Department and request an electrical inspection. If theinspection is approved, Codes will call the electric company to restore service.
A gas pressure test is required to ensure there are no gas leaks in the lines. This helps ensure safety and avoid possibleexplosions. If pressure holds indicatingthere are no leaks, Codes will contact the gas company to restore service. If the test fails, a plumber will be required(unless this is an owner-occupied property) to find the leak and fix it. Codes should then be contacted for a secondinspection.