What are the regulations on weed removal?
Any weeds, whether noxious or not, growing on any privately owned lot or on any public boulevard abutting a private property, at a height greater than 6 inches are declared to be a nuisance. The owner or occupant of the property is responsible to cut and remove the weeds from the property.

If the owner or occupant fails to maintain the property, the city will send notification to remedy the nuisance within 5 days of receipt of the notice. If no action is taken by the owner or occupant, the city will take action to mow and/or remove the growth. Any costs incurred by the city will be billed to the property owner.

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1. What is the non-emergency phone number for the Sheriff's Department?
2. When are city facilities open for business?
3. Do I need to get a license for my pet? Where can I find impound information?
4. What if my pet is impounded?
5. What should I do about stray dogs?
6. Are door to door solicitors regulated?
7. Does Waconia have a Food Shelf?
8. How do I set up new phone service and other utilities in Waconia?
9. What are the Waconia Cemetery rules and regulations?
10. Where do I go for a driver's license or tabs?
11. How long does it take to get a building permit?
12. Who do I talk to about building inspection issues?
13. What are the city's requirements for sump pumps?
14. How are water meters read?
15. How are utility bills calculated?
16. When is the City Compost Site open?
17. What are the regulations on weed removal?
18. What should I do if I find an unusually high usage on my water bill?
19. What are the parking regulations in the City of Waconia?
20. What are the winter parking regulations?
21. Are recreational fires allowed?
22. Does the city have curfew laws?
23. Are there restrictions on the use of skateboards, rollerblades, etc?
24. What are the regulations on snowmobile use?