Why can’t I work on my vehicle in my yard?

It is illegal to work on your vehicle if it is perceptible from beyond your property, which means it can’t be seen from the street or your neighbor’s property.

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1. Why did I get a sticker on my car?
2. Why did I get a certified letter and not a phone call about code violations?
3. Can I get more time to correct a code violation?
4. Why has nothing been done since I reported a code violation?
5. Are there restrictions on garage sales?
6. What are the restrictions on temporary signs?
7. When are permits required?
8. Why do I have to board up a house I own?
9. Why do I have to mow an empty lot?
10. Who complained about my property?
11. What do I do if there is an emergency?
12. Why can’t I have a couch on my porch?
13. Why can’t I work on my vehicle in my yard?
14. Why can’t I place tires in my yard?
15. Can I put my vehicle for sale in a parking lot?
16. Are there any items that the city trash service will not pick up?
17. How do I report a code violation?