It shall be unlawful for the owner and/or occupant of property to fail to cut grass, weeds and other overgrowth on the property when the grass, weeds or overgrowth is of a greater height than one foot on the average, or to permit the property to serve as a breeding place for mosquitoes, as a refuge for rats and snakes, as a collecting place for trash and litter, or as a fire hazard, any of one of which situation is declared to be a nuisance. Vacant lots adjacent to approved property shall be kept cut within 100 feet of the improved property, the rest of which shall be cut at least three times per year during the growing season (April through September).
(Prior Code, § 8-14)  (Ord. 00-26, passed 6-19-2000)  Penalty, see § 97.99