For the purposes of this subchapter, the following list includes, but is not limited to, conditions which constitute a nuisance:
   (A)   Litter.
   (B)   Accumulations of rubbish, trash, refuse, junk, or other abandoned materials, metals, and lumber.
   (C)   Fallen trees, dead trees, cut brush, fallen or cut limbs except stacked firewood.
   (D)   Boxes, appliances, household items and tires.
   (E)   Demolition remains.
   (F)   Conducting any activity on public or private land which results in the accumulation of construction/demolition waste or solid waste.
   (G)   Automobile parts, disassembled automobiles, automobiles without engines, plumbing and piping materials and parts, scrap metal, unseaworthy or dilapidated boats, dilapidated, deteriorated, or nonoperable jet skis, snowmobiles, bicycles, trailers, or mopeds.
   (H)   Structures defaced with paint, graffiti, or wording.
   (I)   Any waste water, filth, offal, garbage, rubbish, animal waste, human excrement, which is deposited, allowed or caused to be upon any public or private property.
   (J)   Any water or any other substance which is caused or permitted to flow onto or be deposited upon any private or public way, except natural surface water drainage.
   (K)   Any dead animal or animal parts.
   (L)   The erection of a dam or any other obstruction by a private party which prevents the natural flow of water and causes it to collect in pool upon any public property.
   (M)   Any real or personal property which is infected with contagious disease or is likely to cause an immediate health hazard.
   (N)   The placing or accumulating on or within any real or personal property or the permitting of the same, of any matter which attracts rodents, insects, domestic or wild animals in such manner as to create a health hazard or unsanitary or dangerous condition.
   (O)   Any real or personal property, used as a place of residence or habitation or for sleeping, that is maintained in such a way as to be dangerous or detrimental to life or health due to lack of or defects in water, drainage, heat, electricity, plumbing, ventilation or garbage and trash removal.
   (P)   The storage of any explosive, combustible or other material which creates a safety or health hazard. This does not include the safe storage of gasoline, propane tanks, or similar items used for common household purposes.
   (Q)   Trees, shrubbery, weeds, or other matter obstructing public ways, or causing visual barriers which create vehicular traffic or pedestrian safety hazards.
   (R)   Any furniture, not originally designed or manufactured solely for outdoor use, or furniture which was originally designed or manufactured for outdoor use, which is now dilapidated or deteriorated.
   (S)   Accumulations of stagnant water.
   (T)   Any real or personal property infested with insects, rats, vermin, or wild or domestic animals, to a degree that prevents the reasonable use and enjoyment of adjoining and surrounding properties.
   (U)   Basketball goals or other privately owned structures erected in, or infringing upon, any public place.
(Ord. 2014-02, passed 4-10-2014)