Can my neighbor leave junk in his yard?
No. The City of Kearney has specific regulations regarding the storage of equipment, building materials, miscellaneous junk and litter. Items that fall into the ‘nuisance’ category endanger the health and safety of citizens, and/or lower property values for the neighborhood. Most nuisance complaints can be solved by moving the materials into an enclosed building or sealed storage container. If you are unsure whether or not something falls into this category, please contact the Code Enforcement Division at (308) 233-3235.

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1. How long do I have to scoop my sidewalks after a snow storm?
2. Is it okay to place snow from my driveway or sidewalk out into the street?
3. Is there a height regulation for grass in Kearney?
4. Can my neighbor leave junk in his yard?
5. Can my neighbor leave his vehicle in his yard?
6. My car is dismantled, but I am working on it. Will the City have it towed?
7. Where can I legally park my vehicle?
8. Whom should I contact about animal complaints?