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This rule does not apply to dogs duly and properly trained to aid or assist physically disabled persons when any such dogs are actually being used by such persons for the purpose of aiding or assisting such person in going from place to place.
All enclosures and buildings in which any fowl is kept or permitted to remain in within the city shall be kept in reasonably clean and sanitary conditions and shall be disinfected and deodorized at least one a week.
Come into the Public Works office inside City Hall, or call 281-478-7270, we will be happy to help you.
Deer Park's Code of Ordinances does not allow a homeowner to perform their own electrical work. A registered electrician must pull the permit and perform the work. Even simple work such as installing new outlets will require a permit. This is to ensure that things are performed according to the correct electrical codes and to ensure your families safety. Contact the public works office for more information at 281-478-7270.
Yes a permit will always be necessary, although we recommend that a licensed plumber do the work for you, homeowners are allowed to pull their own permits and perform their own work. Visit our permit page for more information.
Storage buildings should be a minimum of 3-foot from any property line with a maximum height of 15-foot from natural ground. Please call 281-478-7270 for more information.
All fences and masonry walls constructed in residential or commercial districts shall be constructed so that the top portion of the fence or wall maintains a level or uniform elevation not to exceed a height of 6-1/2' at the highest point of ground elevation. Please call 281-478-7270 for more information.
Yes, any home addition will require permits. Please visit our permit page for more information, you can also call 281-478-7270.
In emergency situations involving activities which must be stopped immediately to prevent irreparable harm, please contact Development Services during office hours or the police (911). On evenings, weekends, and holidays dial 911. For non-emergencies, during regular business hours, contact the Code Enforcement Officers at 281-478-7270 or 281-478-7254. You will need to provide us with the address of the alleged violation and have a clear description of the alleged violation.
A total of 3 cats and dogs are allowed for each single residence. That could be two cats and one dog, or two dogs and one cat or any combination thereof, but no more than a total of three are allowed.
Call 281-478-7270 during business hours and 281-479-1511 for after hours emergencies.
Fill out the Culvert Request Form and submit it to the public works department. After your information is reviewed by the Engineering Department you will be contacted with information concerning what size culvert needs to purchased. Please do not purchase any culvert material until after we contact you. After the culvert material has been purchased and delivered at your home, contact the Public Works Department and a work order will be issued for our Street Maintenance crew to install the culvert at no charge to the resident.
You can contact us at 281-478-7270.
Before you call a plumber, always give the Public Works Department a call. We will send our sewer maintenance crew out to check the sewer main. It is possible the problem could be a blockage in the sewers main line. If that is the case our crews will clear the line and alleviate the problem therefore saving you the cost of hiring a plumber. Give us a call and let us check it out. If the sewer problem is on the cities side we will fix the problem. If the problem is on the homeowners side we will notify you and inform you that, yes, you need to call a plumber.