I see other properties that are obstructing intersection visibility areas, did they also receive a notice?

In the summer of 2017, the city marked out, photographed, and mapped intersection visibility areas at public intersections throughout the city. We completed this work for 884 intersections and marked a total of 3,682 intersection visibility areas. Approximately 2,400 properties had some degree of obstruction. The city is now working to notify property owners of the obstructions and have them clear these intersection visibility areas. Due to large volume of properties, the city is sending out notifications in batches starting this summer. The city will systematically notify all of the properties who had obstructions identified in 2017.

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1. How do I determine the Intersection Visibility (formerly, Sight Triangle) on my property?
2. Do large trees or fences have to be removed?
3. Will the city cover the cost of this work?
4. Why am I being notified now?
5. How much notice is the city giving homeowners?
6. What if I can't complete the work by the deadline?
7. I see other properties that are obstructing intersection visibility areas, did they also receive a notice?
8. Can I install a convex mirror instead of removing the visual obstruction?
9. Why wasn't this issue addressed when the home was developed?
10. Can someone from the city look at my specific property?
11. Is there an appeals process?