§ 6.26.090  NOTICE AND ORDER TO VACATE BUILDINGS OR STRUCTURES.
   (A)   If the building official, fire chief, and/or health official (or designees thereof) determine that a public nuisance exists at real property (or any buildings or structures thereon) to such an extent that the property (or any building or structure thereon) is immediately dangerous to the life, limb, property, or safety of the occupants of the property or the general public (including emergency service personnel), the building or structure shall be ordered to be vacated.
   (B)   If any building or structure is ordered vacated pursuant to this section, the notice of abatement issued pursuant to Municipal Code § 6.26.070, in addition to the information required pursuant to Municipal Code § 6.26.070, shall include:
      (1)   A determination that the building official, fire chief, and/or health official (or designees thereof) has determined that the property (and/or any building or structure thereon) constitutes an immediate danger to the life, limb, property, or safety of the occupants of the property or the general public;
      (2)   A reference to the specific building(s) and/or structure(s), or portions thereof, which is/are being ordered vacated;
      (3)   The date and/or time when the order to vacate (and/or to not enter) becomes effective; and
      (4)   Language that substantially states that:
   No person shall remain in or enter any building or structure that has been ordered vacated until authorized to do so by the Building Official, Fire Chief, and/or Health Official. No person shall remove, alter, or deface this Notice after it has been posted at the property referenced herein until all required repairs, demolition, or removal have been completed in accordance with this Notice and until such time as the removal of this Notice has been authorized by the Building Official, Fire Chief, and/or Health Official. Any person violating this Order to Vacate shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.
   (C)   An appeal of a notice of abatement does not stay an order to vacate.
   (D)   Any person who violates an order to vacate is guilty of a misdemeanor.
(Ord. 4667, passed 2-9-15)