(KLIX)-The city of Twin Falls is cracking down on hazards around the home. The Code Enforcement Department is watching properties that could have possible fire hazards. They looking for overgrown brush and drying weeds. They can be a threat to the property as well as neighbors. Looking for overgrown vegetation is priority during the 4th of July Holiday. Fireworks and dry weeds do not mix well. Overgrown wees and brush account for about 50 percent of all code violations in the city. The city, by code, must remove weeds, grass, and rubbish that pose a hazard to the community. Property owners could even face a $600 fine.