A building or place is a nuisance if it is perilous to life or property by reason of its construction or age; the condition, kind or quantity of its contents; the building’s use or the use of its contents; the overcrowding at any time of persons therein or overloading of its floors; deficiencies in its fire alarm, prevention or arresting equipment; conditions of its construction or use that are likely to cause fire; conditions that would hamper the Fire Department; the weakened condition of walls, floors or roof so that it is likely to collapse, the condition of water, plumbing and sanitary systems; or the overcrowding of sleeping rooms and other moral conditions so as to encourage juvenile delinquency or other offenses affecting the morals of any person.
(Ord. 7-1994, passed 3-21-94)