(A)   Establishment of snow and ice clearance districts. The Council shall, from time to time, establish by resolution snow and ice clearance districts the boundaries of which shall be drawn so as to include the substantial pedestrian traffic areas within the city.
   (B)   Sidewalks to be cleared within clearance districts. The occupant of every lot or premises, or the owner of such lot or premises located within any snow or ice clearance district, shall clear all ice and snow from sidewalks adjoining such lot or premises within the time herein required. When any snow or ice shall cease to fall during the daylight hours, such snow or ice shall be cleared from the sidewalks within 18 hours after such cessation. When a fall of snow or ice shall have ceased during the nighttime, it shall be cleared from the sidewalks by 6:00 p.m. of the day following.
   (C)   Failure to clear. If any occupant or owner of a lot or premises located within a snow or ice clearance district shall neglect or fail to clear ice or snow from the sidewalk adjoining his or her premises within the time limited, or shall otherwise permit ice or snow to accumulate on such sidewalk, he or she shall be guilty of a violation of this section and, in addition, the City Manager may cause the same to be cleared and the expense of removal shall become a debt to the city from the owner of such premises, and shall be collected as a single lot assessment pursuant to § 150.01 of this code of ordinances.
(Prior Code, § 4.70) (Ord. 413, passed 10-4-1982) Penalty, see § 10.99