4-1-2: PUBLIC NUISANCES AFFECTING HEALTH:
The following are hereby declared to be nuisances affecting health:
   A.   Unwholesome Food: All decayed or unwholesome food offered for sale to the public.
   B.   Diseased Or Dead Animals:
      1.   All diseased animals running at large.
      2.   Carcasses of animals not buried or destroyed within twenty four (24) hours. (Ord. 108, 3-9-1933)
      3.   The body of any dead animal, or the offal, or garbage of any dead or slaughtered animal; or any other animal, vegetable or other offensive or putrid matter that may be or become injurious to public health. (Ch. 4; amd. 1998 Code)
   C.   Accumulations: Accumulations of trash, garbage or debris. (Ord. 108, 3-9-1933; amd. 1998 Code)
   D.   Overgrowth Of Grasses Or Weeds: All noxious weeds and other rank growths upon public or private property, including tall weeds, tall grass and unmown lawns in excess of twelve inches (12") in length. (Ord. 665, 5-21-1990; amd. 1998 Code)
   E.   Polluted Air: Dense smoke, noxious fumes, gas and soot, or cinders in unreasonable quantities.
   F.   Vermin Infestations: Providing a breeding ground for mice, rats or other rodents. (Ord. 108, 3-9-1933; amd. 1998 Code)
   G.   Disturbances: Excessive noise and vibrations.
      1.   Any noise in excess of the noise levels set forth in the regulations and standards of the PCA unless such noise be reasonably necessary to the preservation of life, health, safety or property.
      2.   Any vibration resulting in any combination of amplitudes and frequencies beyond the safe range of most current standards of the United States bureau of mines.
      3.   Any use producing heat or light transmission that is not in conformance with the minimum standards as adopted and enforced by the Minnesota pollution control agency.
   H.   Unused Refrigerators Or Containers With Doors: The ownership, possession or control of any unused refrigerator or other container with doors which fasten automatically when closed, are sufficient size to retain any person, to be exposed and accessible to the public without removing the doors, lids, hinges or latches or providing locks to prevent access by the public. (1998 Code)
   I.   Other: All other acts, omissions of acts, occupations and uses of property which are deemed by the board of health to be a menace to the health of the inhabitants of this city or any considerable number thereof. (Ord. 108, 3-9-1933)