A few things to consider while maintaining your curb appeal
Abandoned or junk vehicle, front yard parking or parking on any unpaved surface.
Storage of dilapidated furniture, appliances, machinery, building materials or any other item which is rusted, wrecked, junked, dismantled or inoperative
LAWN AND YARD MAINTENANCE
Grass and weeds over 12” high. Stacks of yard clippings and fallen tree branches
Tree stumps greater than 12 inches in height above ground level shall not be permitted or maintained on any premises for more than 14 days after the tree has been cut.
HIGH OCCUPANCY HOUSEHOLD
More than 8 individuals related by blood or marriage or unrelated residing in a single dwelling unit.
Outdoor storage of appliances, building materials or rubbish, etc. on premises for 24 hours (exempts cut wood, neatly stacked no more than 3 ft. in height for the homeowner’s personal use).
Stagnant water in swimming pools conducive to the breeding or harboring of mosquitoes or other insects.
Gwinnett County Information
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