6.73.050 NOTICE OF VIOLATION.
   .010   The City shall give a notice of a violation of Section 6.73.020 by issuing a citation or notice of violation to the responsible person or persons within a reasonable time following the violation, but not exceeding thirty (30) days. The citation or notice of violation shall be served either by personal service or first class mail on the responsible person or persons.  When served by mail, the citation or notice shall be deposited in the mail for delivery by the United States Postal Service, in a sealed envelope, postage prepaid, addressed to such responsible person or persons at their last known address as the same appears in the public records of the City.
   .020   Service by personal service shall be deemed to have been completed when served on the responsible person or persons. Service by mail shall be deemed to have been completed at the time of deposit by the City in the mail for delivery by the United States Postal Service.
   .030   The citation or notice of violation issued pursuant to this chapter, at a minimum, shall include the following information:
      .0301   The name(s) of the responsible person or persons;
      .0302   The location or address where the party or similar event occurred from which loud and unreasonable noise originated;
      .0303   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;
      .0304   The Code section(s) violated and a brief description of the violation;
      .0305   An order prohibiting the continuation or repeated occurrence of the violation;
      .0306   The amount of the civil fine imposed and an explanation of how and when to pay the civil fine;
      .0307   Notification of the right to appeal the citation, including the time within which the citation may be contested and the place to submit a written appeal; and
      .0308   Notification that the City may impose a lien on the subject property, or pursue other lawful means to collect the civil fine, in the event of nonpayment of any civil fines.
(Ord. 6259 § 1 (part); November 20, 2012.)