Am I required to have House Numbers?

Please post address numbers clearly on your house or mailbox.  Every second counts during a fire, medical, or police emergency.  Valuable time can be lost if your address number is not clearly posted where emergency personnel can see it.

Please make sure to:

-Post your address number in a well lit area at the front door of your house so as to be visible from the street.

-If you have curbside mailbox, place numbers on this as well.

-Use large 4-inch or larger plain, block numbers.  Script letters are too difficult to read.

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3. Where is the Community Development Department located?
4. What time can I start construction in the morning?
5. Can I pay by credit card or check?
6. How do I obtain a Building Permit?
7. What are the regulations and specifications for construction projects?
8. Is my permit ready?
9. Why did I get a plan review instead of a permit?
10. What is a stop work order?
11. What if I need to make changes to my approved plans during construction?
12. What is the purpose of a refundable bond?
13. Is a permit necessary for a garage sale?
14. Is there a restriction on Lawn Watering?
15. Am I required to have House Numbers?
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