Mutual respect allows us to live together in a pleasant way. Sticking to a few rules of good manners guarantees a better quality of life for all and a harmonious cohabitation with our neighbours and fellow citizens. It is important to set a good example and not wait for someone else to take the first step.
Our four-legged friends must not disturb others:
- All dogs must be declared to the local authorities.
- Go for a walk in the woods. If an incident does occur in town, on the pavements, etc., pick up the droppings.
- Keep your dog on a leash inside the town.
- Dogs are not allowed in cemeteries, schoolyards and playgrounds.
- Do not allow your dog to bark continuously.
It is much nicer to live in a clean environment:
- Do not throw rubbish on the ground.
- Don’t put your household trash in the public bins or at your neighbours’.
- Keep the pavement in front of your house clean.
- Do not throw cigarette butts on the ground.
Prune plants regularly so that they do not disturb traffic or your neighbours.
Snow and ice
In case of snow or ice, clear the pavements in front of your house.