§ 90.21  PUBLIC NUISANCE ANIMALS.
   (A)   A public nuisance animal shall mean and include any animal that:
      (1)   Is repeatedly found at large;
      (2)   Damages the property of anyone other than the owner;
      (3)   Has been deemed vicious by prior finding of a court;
      (4)   Attacks without provocation;
      (5)   Excessively makes disturbing noises, including but not  limited to continued and repeated howling, barking, whining, or other utterances causing unreasonable disturbance or discomfort to neighbors or others in close proximity to the premises where the animal is kept which is not being controlled by the animal owner;
      (6)   Creates unsanitary conditions or offensive and objectionable odors in enclosures or surroundings and thereby creates unreasonable disturbance or discomfort to neighbors or others in close proximity to the premises where the animal is kept which is not being controlled by the animal owner; or
      (7)   Is not being kept in conformity with city zoning resolutions.
   (B)   A person whose animal is deemed a public nuisance animal violates this section of Chapter 90 may be impounded, and the owner or custodian charged for a violation of this chapter.
(Ord. 09-02-21, passed 2-23-21)