Can the Code Enforcement Officer go on my property?

The officers normally take pictures of violations from the sidewalk or street. However, if needed they can go onto the property. They will not go in an enclosed back yard without permission from the owner but they might take a picture over the fence.

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1. What is an inoperable vehicle?
2. Where can I park my RV?
3. What does the city consider junk?
4. At what point must I cut the weeds on my property?
5. How can I advertise my yard sale?
6. Can I park my semi in a residential area?
7. Do I have to shovel the sidewalk in front of my home after it snows?
8. Can the Code Enforcement Officer go on my property?
9. What is the setback area?
10. What kinds of signs or banners can I use to advertise my business?
11. Can I have chickens or rabbits at my home?
12. Do I need a permit to install a fence or wall on my property?