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Yes, The City has established a list of recommended trees for certain areas in the city. You can see the complete list here: Recommended Tree & Plant Palate
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The answer could be several different uses in and around the City of Saratoga Springs. On the very far south end of the City, Dyno Nobel operates a manufacturing and testing facility for commercial grade explosives. On the North end of the City, Camp Williams operates several firing and artillery ranges. During training Camp Williams informs the public and the City when these training events are taking place. In addition there is a rock quarry off of Pioneer Crossing on the boarder of Eagle Mountain and Saratoga Springs, and South of the city along Redwood Road.
Yes, city code 19.18.07(2) has specific information for home owners. No signs may be placed on street signs, or stop signs, or any property without the owners’ permission. See the City sign code: Sign Regulations Code
City Codes in Section 13.08.05. It shall be unlawful to park or keep any trailer, unattached camper, or boat on a public street.
City Code Section 13.08.06. It shall be unlawful to park any vehicle in the same location on a public street for a continuous period of time exceeding forty-eight (48) hours.
City Code Section 13.08.08. Every vehicle while parked upon the public highways, streets, alleys, or City-owned parking lots in the City of Saratoga Springs, shall:
However, if such vehicle is not required to be registered in Utah, and the indicia of registration issued by another state, territory, possession or district of the United States, or of a foreign country, complies with the laws of Utah and substantially complies with the provisions hereof, such registration shall be considered as compliance with this section.
Generally the answer is yes, remember to check with your HOA for any additional restrictions. Parking of vehicles including trailers is allowed on private property. All vehicles must be owned by a resident currently living in the home and all vehicles parked on an improved surface, registered, and operable. No vehicles may be parked on or across the sidewalk. Vehicle storage for any non-residence or someone not currently living in the home is strictly prohibited in residential zones. For more information see the City code here: Off Street Parking
Fences are permitted mainly without permits, remember to check with your HOA for any additional restrictions. See the city code at: Landscaping & Fencing Code
City Ordinance 19.06.08 requires all residential lots to have front yards landscaped within 1 year and backyards within 2 years after receiving a Certificate of Occupancy.
City Ordinance Section 10.10.03.10B. Weeds shall not be permitted to reach a height of more than 6 inches at any time.