According to the City of Ann Arbor’s Code of Ordinances, a public nuisance is “Whatever annoys, injures or endangers the safety, health, comfort or repose of the public; offends public decency; interferes with, obstructs or renders dangerous any street, highway, navigable lake or stream; or in any way renders the public insecure in life or property”.
It is important to understand that any public nuisance can be fined up to $500 and must be paid within 45 days.
Here is a list of public nuisances, as provided by the City of Ann Arbor. It is important to recognize that this list does not include all possible examples of public nuisances, and the list can be added to or altered.
For more information on Ann Arbor Nuisances or ordinances, click here.