Apr 14, 2013 8:16 PM by Lindsay MacLeod, KSBY News
The Lompoc City Fire Department kicks off its annual Fire Hazard Reduction Program Monday.
City workers are asking property owners to take a look at their homes and clear weeds and overgrown vegetation.
They're asking that yards and empty lots be mowed so they're no higher than three inches.
They also want homeowners to remove trash and wood and clear dead leaves, weeds, brush, trees, and tree limbs.
The deadline to get rid of any of these hazards is May 29th.
If a homeowner doesn't follow the guidelines, the city will issue an "Order to Abate."
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