§ 141.02  PATTERN OF NUISANCE ACTIVITY.
   (A)   Pattern of Nuisance Activity Exhibited. Real property is deemed to exhibit a pattern of nuisance activity if:
      (1)   The police department or other enforcement agency has or have responded to 3 or more nuisance activities at a property other than a commercial business or alcoholic beverage establishment within 30 days;
      (2)   The police department or other enforcement agency has or have responded to 7 or more nuisance activities at a property other than a commercial business or alcoholic beverage establishment within a 6-month period;
      (3)   The police department or other enforcement agency has or have responded to 5 or more nuisance activities at a commercial business or alcoholic beverage establishment within 30 days or 20 or more nuisance activities at the property within a 6-month period.
      (4)   The owner, manager, occupant or other person in control of the property fails to correct code violations by the time ordered by a City Administrative Adjudication Hearing Officer in any order entered pursuant to Chapter 42 of this Code; or
      (5)   As may otherwise be specifically provided in this Code.
   (B)   Construction and Application. Pattern of Nuisance Activity must not be construed to include:
      (1)   A nuisance activity where the property owner, agent, tenant or invitee of the property owner, agent or tenant is the victim of a crime, including domestic violence;
      (2)   A nuisance activity that does not arise from the conduct of the property owner, agent, tenant or invitee of the property owner, agent or tenant; or
      (3)   A complaint or call for service to which the police department or other enforcement agency responded and determined that no violation was committed.
(Ord. 9050, passed 5-3-16)