Upcoming Events

2nd Monday of Each Month
Board of Aldermen Meeting - 7:00PM

 

3rd Thursday of Each Month 
Municipal Court - 6:30PM

 

Lakeshire Property Owners Group
Meets Quarterly in March, June, September, and December on the third Wednesday - 6:30PM
All owners of multifamily buildings are welcome

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Important Ordinances

 

  • The speed limit on streets is 25 miles-per-hour. The speed limit in alleys is 15 miles-per-hour. These speed limits are strictly enforced.
  • Power mowers and other power equipment may be use only from 8:00 AM to 9:00 PM.
  • Grass and weeds may not exceed seven (7) inches in height.
  • All dogs must be kept on a leash (Leash Law).
  • Animal waste must be picked up and properly disposed of immediately by the pet's owner (Pooper Scooper Law).
  • Only two (2) domestic animals are allowed per household.
  • Occupancy inspections and permits are required whenever there is a change of residency of a household (house or apartment).
  • Trash and trash containers may not be placed at the curb until the evening before scheduled pick-up and must be removed by Noon the day after trash pick-up. This ordinance also applies to yard waste. For more information, please see the waste services portion of this site.
  • No vehicle may remain parked on a city street in excess of 72 hours.
  • All vehicles on private property must be parked on a paved surface.
  • Permits are required for Garage Sales. The cost is $1.00 and forms can be downloaded from this site or picked-up at the Community Center Information Box. Each household is allowed two sales in a calendar year. Only two (2) signs advertising the sale are permitted.
  • Helmets are required for persons under 17 years of age riding bicycles, roller skates, skateboards, and in-line skates. Fines are the responsibility of the parent or legal guardian.
  • A permit is required for peddlers, solicitors, and distribution of handbills or advertisements.
  • Any vehicle, which is not properly licensed or is not operable is considered an abandoned/derelict vehicle and is subject to being towed. This applies to both public and private property. This ordinance is strictly enforced.