St. Charles Hills subdivision, St. Charles, MO
How to be a Good Neighbor
The value of our homes in St. Charles Hills subdivision depends on every
homeowner taking pride in their neighborhood and taking the time to
keep their homes safe and neat, and their environment appealing.
At the March 27th, 2007 meeting of the Trustees and Residents the St. Charles County
Neighborhood Preservation Division representative provided this document titled
Typical Neighborhood Complaints which can help
St. Charles County residents identify and comply with county regulations related to
the upkeep of their homes.
The following questions can further help you to determine if you are a "good neightbor".
- Does your vehicle cause excessive noise?
(Your loud motorcycle or car stereo may awaken your neighbor that works 3rd-shift.)
- Do you let your dog bark continually at all hours of the day and the night?
- Do you let your pets run loose?
(St. Charles County has a lease-law.)
- Do you clean up your yard after your pet?
(Offensive smells travel readily across yard boundries.)
- Do you maintain your home so as not to lower the value of homes in our neighborhood?
- Do you keep your lawn neatly mowed and your shrubbery trimmed?
- Do you keep your trash stored properly (out of sight)?
- Have you checked your property for items that can hold stagnant water that can harbor mosquitos?
- Do you keep any hazardous substances securely stored out of the reach of children?
- Are your vehicles properly parked?
(Vehicles must be parked on paved surfaces or driveways.)
- Are your unlicensed vehicles properly parked?
(Unlicensed vehicles must be in your garage, or covered in your carport.)
- Are your recreational vehicles or boats stored behind the back line of your house?
(If there is no room you should store them at a storage company.)
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