City inspectors are staying busy, as code complaints last month nearly doubled what they'd be in a typical May.
Community Development Director Ross Black said the vast majority of the 1,400 complaints were about things like tall grass, weeds, and litter or garbage disposal.
Black said spring is always a busy time for his department, as lawn growing conditions improve and more people are outside. But they usually only get about 800 complaints for the month of May.
He attributes this year's spike, in part, to more people sheltering in place.