Post Number: 1
|Posted on Sunday, September 09, 2012 - 02:42 pm: |
What is Frisco's policy on the number of occupants that are allowed to occupy a single family residence?
Also, what recourse do the residents have for cars that are left parked infront of their residence, and blocking their mailboxes, that belong to no one actually living on the street? The car is left there continuously because the owner lives in one of the houses that has too many people and too many cars, the street over.
I understand the road is public domain but it is interfering with mail distribution and the safety of those that actually live and pay for the homes the car is parked in front of.
(Message edited by admin on September 18, 2012)
Ben Brezina, Assistant to the City Manag
Post Number: 243
|Posted on Tuesday, September 18, 2012 - 01:35 pm: |
Code Enforcement does not enforce parking on a public street. The Police Department enforces traffic violations and other vehicular concerns & may be able to assist with this type of complaint. To discuss parking concerns on the street you may contact the Police Department at (972) 292-6000.
The overcrowding of a single-family residence is difficult to resolve without firsthand knowledge of the relationship of the occupants. Our ordinance defines family as not exceeding 4 unrelated individuals living in a residence but does not address related members. A determination of this relationship requires the cooperation of the occupants or property owner. Otherwise, it would need to be observed that the overcrowding is a health hazard to the occupants. Do you have an address, perhaps we can send a Code Enforcement officer out to see if there are any observable violations?
Code Enforcement Supervisor
6101 Frisco Square Blvd 3rd Floor West
Frisco, TX 75034