A.   The owner of any premises abutting on any street or public right of way within the city shall trim all trees and shrubbery growing within the street or public right of way within the city in such a manner that the boughs or limbs thereof will not obstruct free and convenient passage and travel along sidewalks, streets, and alleys. When such premises is occupied by some person other than the owner, such occupant shall trim the trees and shrubbery in the same manner as hereinbefore required of the owner. Such trees and shrubbery shall be trimmed so that the lowest branches or foliage will not be lower than nine feet (9') above the roadway of a street or alley, nor lower than eight feet (8') above the sidewalk. (2002 Code § 12.24.010; amd. 2013 Code)
   B.   Any owner or occupant who fails, refuses, or neglects to trim trees and shrubbery as provided in subsection A of this section, after receiving five (5) days' notice from the city manager, community development director or city engineer to do so, shall be guilty of an offense against the city. Every day on which the owner or occupant fails, refuses, or neglects to trim such trees or shrubbery after the expiration of the five (5) days' notice shall be a separate offense. (2002 Code § 12.24.020; amd. 2013 Code)