What is considered outside storage?
Discarded appliances, household items, litter, debris, clutter, unused or broken objects should never be visible from the street or surrounding properties. Store wanted items inside and dispose of unwanted items. Tarpaulins and covers may not be used to conceal outside storage.

To arrange a collection of unwanted trash and bulky objects contact a private hauler or Liberty’s trash service provider, Allied Waste at 816.254.1470. The city offers two yearly curb side collection events for excess trash bulky items in April and in October (both events are advertised prior to collection.) Also during these two periods a limb and log disposal site is open for residents to haul yard waste. Another option for residents is to subscribe to weekly curbside yard waste collection, also provided through Allied Waste. Some auto stores take used tires for a small fee. Other trash and recycling information can be obtained on the city’s website.

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1. Where do I find information on codes related to nuisance issues?
2. What is considered outside storage?
3. May I store my blue trash bins outside?
4. Where can I park additional vehicles if I need more parking space?
5. Is a permit required to add another driveway?
6. What are the rules for parking on private property or car repairs?
7. Who should I contact about abandoned cars or personal property parked on the city street?
8. Where can I park an RV on my property?
9. What is the height restriction on grass and weeds?
10. With the increase of West Nile virus, should swimming pools be drained?
11. Do I need a permit to have a garage sale? Where can I display my signs?
12. What about other types of signs?
13. Why is that abandoned house allowed to sit vacant and deteriorate?