§ 92.99  PENALTY.
   The city may enforce the provisions of this chapter by one or combination of the following methods.
   (A)   Civil penalty.
      (1)   Any person who violates any provision of this chapter may be fined by a civil penalty as set forth in the fee schedule which may be recovered by the city in a civil action in the nature of a debt if the violator does not pay the penalty within 30 days from the date the violator is notified of the penalty. Any other service charges imposed by this chapter may be collected by the city as a civil penalty in a civil action.
(Prior Code, § 10-46)
      (2)   Eligibility for police/fire response to alarm calls will be made upon receipt of any prior unpaid civil penalties assessed pursuant to this section and receipt of the applicable charges as set forth below:
 
Occurrence
Charge
Sixth through eighth false alarms
as set forth in the fee schedule
Ninth through eleventh false alarms
as set forth in the fee schedule
Twelfth or more false alarms
as set forth in the fee schedule
 
(Prior Code, § 10-43)
   (B)   Equitable remedy.  The city may apply to a court of competent jurisdiction for an injunction, abatement order or any other appropriate equitable remedy.
(Prior Code, § 10-46)
(Ord. O-11-02, passed 1-9-2003)