Create an Account - Increase your productivity, customize your experience, and engage in information you care about.
Show All Answers
The burning of leaves is allowed on Fridays and Saturdays and no permit is required. Anyone burning must call the Miami County Sheriff's Office, 913-294-4444 option 4, prior to any burn. Additionally any outside burning shall be attended at all times by the person who has set the fire, or his agent; a person shall not initiate burning during the night hours, which for the purpose of this regulation shall mean the period from two hours before sunset until one hour after sunrise; that the person shall not add material to a fire after two hours before sunset and before one hour after sunrise; and no person shall burn when the wind speed is in excess of 15 mph. Burning in the street is strictly prohibited. Violations can be reported to the Fire Department or Police Department.
For those living in Fire District #2, outside the city limits, a burn permit is required.
Dogs older than six months are required to be licensed per City Code. Tags are good for the calendar year and are payable by May 1 to avoid a penalty. Cost of the tag is $3 for a spayed or neutered pet and $5 for a non-spayed or non-neutered pet. A copy of the pet's rabies vaccine is also required.
No more than three dogs and only five pets in total are allowed per household.
Pit bull breeds are prohibited in the city limits.
For more information, contact City Clerk Traci Storey at 913-837-5219.