(A)   The city shall be permitted to enter and inspect any property subject to regulation as often and as necessary to determine compliance with this chapter, after the city has first made a reasonable attempt to contact the property owner or representative of the owner.
   (B)   The city may conduct site visits at any time to determine compliance with the approved Post-Construction Storm Water Management Plan (PCSWMP). Additionally, the city may request that a property owner verify, through the preparation of an as-built plan completed by a state licensed professional engineer or landscape architect, that the PCSWMP facilities contain appropriate capacities and operational characteristics as originally designed and approved.
   (C)   In the event that a site is found not to be in compliance with the PCSWMP, the city will communicate in writing, with the property owner a list of deficiencies that identifies the area or incident of non-compliance. The property owner shall have 14 days from the date of notice to provide a written response outlining the steps and implementation timelines for corrective action. The property owner shall have 30 days from the date of notice to complete the corrective action necessary to bring the site back into compliance with the approved PCSWMP.
   (D)   Following the review of the property owner’s written response, if extenuating circumstances exist which makes implementation of the necessary corrective action difficult to complete within the specified time period, the city may grant, at its sole discretion, a reasonable extension of time to complete the corrective action.
   (E)   Failure to allow access to the property, provide a written response or undertake corrective action shall constitute a violation of this chapter.
(2013 Code, § 28-206) (Ord. 14853, passed 2-23-2009) Penalty, see § 56.999