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Chapter 7 of the City Code of Ordinances takes an in-depth look at buildings and building regulations.
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Access Chapter 16, Article 2 of the City Code of Ordinances for more information.
Access Chapter 6 of the Sunset Hills Code of Ordinances.
Access Chapter 27 of the city’s Code of Ordinances to find details on the subject of noxious weeds and more.
Locate Section 23 of the Code of Ordinances to locate details on the subject of sewers and sewage disposal.
Reference Chapter 13 of the Sunset Hills Code of Ordinances for an in-depth look.
Article 3, Chapter 7, of the City Code details private swimming pool regulations.
Chapter 12 of the City of Sunset Hills covers this topic in detail.
Read through Chapter 24, Article 1, Section 4 of the city code.
City Code, Chapter 26 provides details concerning RV Parking in Sunset Hills.
City Code Appendix B Section 5.14 covers details concerning Sunset Hills requirements for fences.
According to City Code Section 16-34, the time restrictions are:
Two. The owner of 3 or more dogs, whether owned for pleasure or profit, breeding or exhibiting shall be deemed to be the operator of a dog kennel. Dog kennels are not a permitted use in a residential district. It is unlawful for the owner of any dog, whether properly tagged and certified by vaccination-registration or not, to permit or allow such dog to run at large within the city limits.
Home occupations shall be permitted as an accessory use to a residential use in any district subject to several requirements as outlined in the Code of Ordinances Section 5.7 A 1-7. There is a license requirement and home inspection before business can be allowed.
Anything that will alter the existing structure in any way and most accessory structures erected in your yard. Check with Public Works at 314-849-3400 for further detail.
The Utilities resource page of the City website will provide more information.
Also, no person shall park a commercial vehicle, except for emergency purposes, on any street in any district in the city zoned for residential use between the hours of 8 p.m. and 6 a.m. on any day. There are also streets within the city where parking is not allowed at any time, these locations will be posted with a no parking sign that does not include the restriction between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. Any questions relating to parking on city streets can be addressed to the Public Works Department at 314-849-3400.
The homeowner. Driveway aprons are private improvements and are considered the homeowner’s attachment of their driveway to the public street network. The City does not inspect driveway apron construction or repair, but an excavation permit is required for this work. Private contractors are responsible to the homeowner for the quality of this work.
For material dumping, this is a dynamic scenario that can best be handled by the Police Department. For matters where a pipe is discharging putrid effluent, the Metropolitan Sewer District is best and they have a web portal for this at: https://msdprojectclear.org/customers/problems-tips/report-issue/
This is a means of reducing site pollution effluent via things like rain gardens. MSD has a lot of information on this topic at: https://msdprojectclear.org/what-we-do/rainscaping/