6.73.030 INITIAL POLICE RESPONSE TO PARTY OR SIMILAR EVENT FROM WHICH LOUD AND UNREASONABLE NOISE ORIGINATES.
   .010   When any police officer responds to a complaint of any party or similar event from which loud and unreasonable noise originates, and that police officer determines that the party or similar event violates Section 6.73.020 of this chapter, or that the party or similar event endangers the public peace, health, safety or general welfare, that police officer shall issue a written notice to the responsible person or persons to immediately discontinue the loud and unreasonable noise, or other activity which violates Section 6.73.020, and further give notice that a second or subsequent response to that same location or address within a three-month period may cause the responsible person or persons to be subject to liability for civil fines as set forth in Section 6.73.070.  The written notice shall include the following information:
      .0101   The name(s) of the responsible person or persons;
      .0102   The location or address of the premises where the party or similar event occurred from which loud and unreasonable noise originated;
      .0103   The date and time of the response by a peace officer to the premises where the party or similar event occurred from which loud and unreasonable noise originated;
      .0104   That the police officer or officers responded to the premises as the result of a public nuisance complaint caused by a party or similar event from which loud and unreasonable noise originated;
      .0105   That the activity is disturbing the comfort, health, peace, safety, quiet enjoyment or repose of one or more other persons who is (are) not present at the party or similar event from which loud and unreasonable noise originated.
      .0106   That any second or subsequent responses by officers, as the result of a complaint, to a party or similar event at the same premises within a three-month period from which loud and unreasonable noise originates after a written notice is issued pursuant to Section 6.73.030 may cause the responsible person or persons to be subject to civil fines as set forth in Section 6.73.070. (Ord. 5337 § 1 (part); October 20, 1992:  Ord. 6259 § 1 (part); November 20, 2012.)