Chandler updates residential property code

By Kevin Reagan | The Chandler Arizonan

The city has changed enforcement codes dictating how Chandler residents must maintain their properties to include new restrictions on signs, parked cars and “animal excrement.”

Chandler officials recently updated its neighborhood codes for the first time since 2007 and said some of the new rules are intended to maintain the aesthetics and vitality of its communities.

Residents will not be allowed to have stagnant pools of water on their property, post signs on street lights or utility poles without the city’s permission or let their pets go to the bathroom wherever they want.

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