(A)   Inspection and assessment. The city is authorized to inspect and assess the property for compliance. Access to the interior of any building shall be with owner consent or pursuant to an administrative search warrant.
   (B)   Violations of this chapter. If the city determines the property is in violation of any provision of this chapter, the city may notify the owner of the violation by providing a notice of violation via regular and certified mail and posting at a conspicuous place on the property. The notice of violation shall identify the sections in violation, required corrective action, and a time frame for compliance.
   (C)   Violations of other applicable city codes. Registered properties shall remain subject to compliance with other applicable city code provisions including but not limited to those pertaining to nuisances, property maintenance, zoning, building, and fire. Violations of other applicable code provisions will follow corresponding enforcement procedures.
   (D)   Failure to comply. If the owner fails to take corrective action within the specified time frame, the City reserves the right to pursue all available legal remedies including without limitation issuance of a municipal infraction citation pursuant to § 10.999 or pursuit of title to the property pursuant to I.C.A. § 657A.10B.
(Ord. 15019, passed 5-24-2021)