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Common code violations include right-of-way obstructions such as blocking a sidewalk or alley, growth of grass or weeds over 8 inches, and unlawful accumulations of debris.
Town streets are considered public property and are free for anyone to use if on-street parking is permitted. If a car is parked on a street that has a "No Parking" sign, please report it to the Brownsburg Police non-emergency number at 317-852-1109.
Boats, trailers, RVs, and other pull-behind vehicles are required to be parked on a paved surface at the side or rear of the home. No part of the vehicle may extend past the home’s front façade. Parking on the street or in a driveway that extends past the front of the home is not permitted except for loading and unloading purposes not exceeding six days. At no time should a stored RV or camper be used for living or sleeping. Your Homeowners Association may have more restrictions.
The best first step is to call the code enforcement officer named on the notice. He or she will discuss the violations with you and work out a timeline for it to be fixed. You may request additional time if progress is being made. However, some problems are serious and may require immediate correction. Ignoring the notice may result in fines and penalties.
Private property line issues are a civil matter between the private parties. A survey may be needed to establish the property line.
Hens are permitted in some residential zones; please see the table below for details. Your Homeowners Association may have additional restrictions.
5 hens per acre, max of 10
3 hens per lot if the total area is under 1 acre, and up to 4 hens per lot if the total area is over 1 acre