8.60.060  Personal Cultivation Permit Applications.
   All applicants wishing to obtain a personal cultivation permit from the City must file an application to the City upon a form provided by the City. An application for a personal cultivation permit shall include at least the following information:
   A.   The address of the location for which the personal cultivation permit is sought. Only one (1) personal cultivation permit will be issued per location.
   B.   The names, ages, and addresses of all owners, lessors, and occupants of the parcel of real property for the proposed personal cultivation site.
   C.   Proof that the applicant is a lawful occupant of the parcel of real property for the proposed personal cultivation site.
   D.   The application must be accompanied by a certified grant deed to the parcel for the proposed personal cultivation site showing the name of the legal owner.
   E.   If the applicant is not the legal owner of the parcel for the proposed personal cultivation site, the application must also be accompanied by a notarized acknowledgment from the legal owner authorizing personal cultivation to occur on the parcel.
   F.   Evidence that the cultivation area will be located in a legal structure that is compliant with all applicable State and local laws.
   G.   Authorization for the City Manager, the City Manager's designee, the City's Code Enforcement Manager, the City's Building Official, the Fire Department, and law enforcement to enter and inspect the cultivation area at any time upon twenty-four (24) hours advance notice for the purpose of making reasonable inspections to observe and enforce compliance with this Chapter, the Health and Safety Code, the California Building Standards Code, and all other applicable laws of the City and the State.
   H.   Any such additional and further information as is deemed necessary by the City Manager's designee to administer this Chapter.
   I.   Authorization for the City Manager's designee to seek verification of the information contained in the application.
   J.   A statement in writing by the applicant that the applicant certifies under penalty of perjury that all the information contained in the application is true and correct.
[Ord. No. 555, 10/26/16.]