If The City Of Great Falls Mows Your Grass, It Comes At A Hefty Price

First and foremost, the title was a bit tongue-in-cheek; we all know that the City of Great Falls isn't in the lawn care business.

However, when digging into the laws in Great Falls regarding maintaining your yard and property, I found some interesting information I wanted to share with you all.

Nuisance Grass and Weeds in Great Falls, Montana

It's no secret that maintaining your property is the law in Great Falls.

The city has various guidelines that homeowners and property owners must follow to ensure that their property is not unsightly or bothersome.

I'm not insinuating that your yard needs to look like a golf course; it comes down to being neighborly and ensuring your yard isn't an eyesore. 

What Happens If You Don't Cut Your Grass In Great Falls

If you fail to mow your grass or care for your weeds in Great Falls, the city will eventually do it for you.

However, it comes at a rather steep cost even outside of the fines you will likely rack up.

If the city of Great Falls does come out to your property to cut the grass or clean up the weeds, they will charge you $200 an hour.

Oh, and by the way, there is a minimum charge of one hour.

It seems like a pretty good incentive to me to keep your yard in good shape!

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