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City of Kerrville regulates high grass and weeds

todayJuly 20, 2023 1 5

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The City of Kerrville has adopted an ordinance that regulates high grass and weeds, which can be found under the code section that addresses the subject, Chapter 58 – Health and Sanitation, Article V, – Sanitary Maintenance of Property, Sec. 58-105(a) in the city’s Code of Ordinances. The code states that it is unlawful to allow weeds or brush to grow more than 12 inches, or regardless of height, to remain on property in an unsightly manner.

The ordinance explains that maintaining high grass and weeds that exceed 12 inches in height creates a potential fire hazard when the grass or weeds become dry, a potential visual obstacle for drivers, may harbor rodents and snakes, and contributes to pests like mosquitoes and chiggers.

Anyone wishing to learn more about the regulation of high grass and weeds can visit of ordinances?nodeld=PTICOOR CH92SI, or contact the City of Kerrville’s Development Services office at (830) 258-1514.


Written by: Michelle Layton

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