Why did I receive a bill?

There are several reasons why a bill may be sent. A re-inspection fee may be issued if the abatement is not completed by the compliance date. A warrant fee may be issued if a warrant was obtained AND posted on your property.  An abatement fee would be issued if the City’s contractor had to do the abatement on your property. Any other fees assessed are contractor fees.

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1. When do weed abatement inspections begin?
2. How do I know if I am in violation?
3. When is the deadline for weed abatement?
4. I no longer own the property. Why was I sent a weed abatement notice?
5. Can I get an extension?
6. Where can I find a weed abatement contractor?
7. Do I have to attend the hearing?
8. What do I do once the work has been completed?
9. Why did I receive a bill?
10. A warrant was posted on my property but I did not receive a notice?
11. I don’t have weeds in front of my house. Why did I receive a notice?
12. Do I get a letter from the City stating my case has been closed?