Q: How often do I need to mow my property?
We recommend mowing every 2-4 weeks during the growing season (March through December) in order to most efficiently control overgrowth.
Q: What will happen if I don’t mow my property on a regular basis?
The city will place a red notice of violation on your property and notify you by mail. You will then have a specified amount of time before the city takes action.
Q: What happens if I wait until after the date on the notice?
The city will usually send a contractor to mow your property and charge you the going rate plus additional fees. They may also file a lien on your property if payment isn’t received. Only one notification is served in a calendar year, at which point they reserve the right to mow whenever you are outside of code.
Q: What are the City Code Requirements for Dallas, Rockwall and Collin counties?
Most cities in North Texas have a 12–inch growth maximum while others, such as Mesquite, have an 8–inch maximum. Most of this information can be found on the city website under code enforcement.
Q: How much do you charge?
Pricing is competitive and depends on many factors such as distance, size of property, condition, and services requested. Contact us today for a free estimate.