For your convenience, we have included the related ordinance number for each code violation. Our City ordinances are made available online through Municode. Enter the chapter number or violation description in the "Search" box to access the chapter.
It is the property owner's responsibility to maintain trees, shrubs, etc, along sidewalks and streets. If dead, it must be removed. Also must not obstruct free travel along sidewalks and streets.
Grass and weeds become a violation when they reach 12 inches in height. Property owners are also responsible for maintaining alleyways and right of ways adjacent to their property.
It is against City Ordinance to allow a structure to remain in a dilapidated state. Examples: holes in the roof, foundation decayed, sagging roof, danger of collapse.
This covers vehicles anywhere on the property, including driveways. Examples include, but are not limited to: wrecked cars, vehicles that are all or partially dismantled and even vehicles on flats or no tires.
Anything obstructing a person's view in the 25 foot site triangle, on a corner lot, is a violation.
It is against City Ordinance to allow Graffiti to remain on the premises. Property owners are responsible for removing graffiti.
Anything that is not designed for outdoor use, for a residential area, can not be stored outside.
Ordinance - Chapter 35-Section 103
Residential Yard Parking
Vehicles shall be parked on a permanently hard-surfaced (paved) driveway or parking area, meeting design requirements.
Ordinance - Chapter 59-Section 10250.8
The violation notice tells you which ordinance was violated. If you have any questions, there is a phone number on the notice or sticker to call to get more information.