A.   Definition: A "public nuisance" is any thing, act, occupation, condition or use of property which shall:
      1.   Annoy, injure or endanger the comfort, health, repose, peace or safety of the public;
      2.   In any way render the public insecure in life or in the use of property;
      3.   Offend the public morals or decency;
      4.   Interfere with, obstruct or tend to obstruct or render dangerous for passage, any street, alley, highway or other public way; or,
      5.   Depreciate the property values of adjoining or nearby property.
   B.   Enumeration: The following are hereby specifically declared to be public nuisances, but shall not be construed to exclude other public nuisances coming within the definitions of subsection A of this Section:
      1.   Unsafe Buildings: Insecure or unsafe buildings, walls, chimneys, stacks or other structures, and partially burned structures.
      2.   Accumulations Of Debris: All nauseous, inflammable and unhealthful matter, including accumulations of decayed animal or vegetable matter, filth, garbage, offal, ashes, shavings, weeds, grass, leaves, manure, papers, boards and debris resulting from fires.
      3.   Unnecessary Noises: All loud, discordant and unnecessary noises or vibrations of any kind, including frequent or habitual howling, yelping, barking or other noises which annoy or disturb a neighborhood.
      4.   Dangerous Excavations, Cesspools: Open or dangerous excavations, unhealthful cesspools and septic tanks and stagnant water.
      5.   Pigsties; Nauseous Areas: Any pigsty, privy, barn, corral, sewer or other unwholesome or nauseous house or place declared to be unhealthful.
      6.   Abandoned, Wrecked Vehicles 1 : Any obsolete, wrecked, dismantled or in the process of being dismantled automobile, boat or trailer declared to be a hazard or unsightly. This subsection need not apply when it is determined by any duly authorized officer of the City that such automobile, boat or trailer displays a current Idaho registration and is parked temporarily for repairs. (1977 Code § 4-2-2)



1. See Title 6, Chapter 2 of this Code.