Persons under 18 years of age may not be upon any street,
highway, or other public place within the city of Aumsville between
the hours of 10 pm and 6 am, Sunday through Thursday, and 12
midnight and 6 am, Friday and Saturday.
parent commits the offense of FAILING TO SUPERVISE A MINOR if the
minor has been found on private property, public property or
premises open to the public and is cited for any violation of city
ordinance or state law; and sufficient facts exist to find that the
minor committed the violation or offense.
The use or
operation of a stereo, television or other sound amplifying device
so loudly that the sound is plainly audible at any time at a
distance of 100 feet from the source or exceeds 70 dBA sound level
decibels will be cited as unreasonable noise. Construction or repair
of buildings, vehicles or machinery will be considered unreasonable
noise if done between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 am weekdays,
and 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 am on weekends. Also, construction or repair
of buildings, vehicles or machinery performed in an enclosed
residential, commercial, or industrial garage or building, will be
considered unreasonable noise if done between the hours of 9:00 p.m.
and 7:00 am. A noise permit may be issued by the city administrator
in special circumstances.
No person shall deposit trash,
rubbish, debris, refuse or any substance that would mar the
appearance, create a stench or fire hazard, detract from the
cleanliness or safety of the property, or would be likely to injure
a person, animal or vehicle traveling on a public way. Further, no
person shall deposit trash, rubbish, debris, or refuse which was
generated from a residence or business into public trash receptacles
in city parks.
All dogs within the city limits must be licensed
through Marion County Dog Control. Application forms can be obtained through
city hall. Dogs walked on city streets must be on a leash no longer than six
feet, and must be handled by persons who can control the dog in all situations.
The owner or person responsible is required to remove feces deposited by the dog
on public or private property. No dog shall run at large within the city upon
any public street or other public place or trespass upon private property not
owned or controlled by the owner or person responsible for the dog. ALSO, no
more than four dogs are allowed in any household. By
state definition, "running at large" means a dog is off or outside of the the
premises occupied by the keeper of the dog, or is not in the company of and
under the control of its keeper. An owner or person responsible is
required to remove feces deposited by a dog on public or private property.
This is strictly enforced in city parks. Please show courtesy to park
users by picking up after your pets when you bring them to the park. "Mutt
Mitts" are available in Mill Creek and Porter-Boone Parks.
It is the duty of all owners of land adjoining any
street in the city to maintain, in good repair, the sidewalks in front of their
property. Contact city hall for repair standards. The property owner of property
adjoining any sidewalk in the city shall be liable to any person suffering
injury, by reason of any defect in the sidewalks in front of their property. The
sidewalks should provide safe pedestrian passage. Property owners should inspect
their sidewalks to assure they are in the best possible condition! Check for
cracks, uneven surfaces, and missing concrete. Further, keep brush and trees
from growing across sidewalks and weeds from growing along curbs and in parking
areas along city streets.
Aumsville is home to a world-class skatepark, thanks to a
collaborative community involvement. Brian Haney Memorial Skatepark is
located in Mill Creek Park. It is open until 10:00 PM, weather permitting,
and HELMETS ARE REQUIRED. No bikes are allowed in the skatepark.
No bicycles, scooters, skateboards or other
similar apparatus shall be ridden or operated on any sidewalk on Main Street.
Any person operating a bicycle, scooter, skateboard, roller skates or other
similar apparatus upon other sidewalks shall yield the right of way to
pedestrians. Check with city hall for other bicycle or similar equipment
regulations: Ordinance No.349
No person shall create a safety hazard by placing
a structure or materials in the public right-of-way, including sidewalks, in the
Automobiles are not to be parked in such a manner
as to interfere with a neighbor's view from a driveway. It is illegal to park
with the driver's side of the auto nearest the curb or within 10' of a fire
hydrant. Automobiles and recreational vehicles shall only be parked in legally
developed parking areas! Parking of a camper in the city street, when not
mounted on a vehicle, is prohibited. Parking of a trailer on a city street is
allowed up to five days in a 30-day period.
It is unlawful to park a vehicle or trailer on a
city street to make any mechanical repairs, other than those of a minor nature,
and not to involve more than four hours to complete. Inoperable vehicles shall
not be kept on private property for more than 30 days without being entirely
enclosed in a building.
It is unlawful to operate heavy trucks
(any truck of 20,000 lbs gross weight) on city
streets except for picking up or dropping off goods at any business
establishment or residence; Truck Route: 11th Street, northerly city limits to Main Street;
Main Street; 1st Street; and 8th Street from Main Street south to southerly city
GRASS / WEEDS:
Grass and weeds more than ten inches in height or
blackberry bushes and other noxious vegetation that extend into a public
thoroughfare or across a property line are considered nuisances. It is a
property owner's duty to keep their property free from these nuisances or the
city may abate the nuisance at the property owner's expense.