Any person or entity owning, leasing, occupying, or having charge or possession of any real property maintained in such manner that any of the following conditions are found to exist thereon shall be guilty of creating a nuisance in violation of this code.
   (A)   Buildings or structures that are abandoned, partially destroyed, or left in an unreasonable state of partial construction, such as any unfinished building or structure that has been in the course of construction two years or more, and the appearance or other conditions of the unfinished building or structure substantially detracts from the appearance of the surrounding property or reduces property values of the surrounding property;
   (B)   Unpainted buildings or structures; buildings or structures having dry rot, warping, or termite infestation; or buildings or structures on which the condition of the paint or other exterior weather protection has become so deteriorated as to show excessive checking, cracking, peeling, chalking, or as to render the building or structure unsightly and in a state of disrepair;
   (C)   Buildings or structures with broken windows constituting hazardous conditions or inviting trespassers or malicious mischief;
   (D)   Buildings or structures with exteriors, walls, roofs, fences, driveways, sidewalks, or walkways that are in such a condition as to be defective, unsightly, or in such a condition of deterioration or disrepair as to cause depreciation of the values of surrounding property or as to be materially detrimental to surrounding property;
   (E)   The storage or accumulation of lumber, junk, trash, salvage materials or debris visible from a public street, public alley, or adjoining public or private property;  (For the purpose of this subsection, the term “debris” shall include unused or discarded matter and material having no substantial market value, including (without limitation or exclusion by enumeration) such matter and material as: rubbish, refuse, and matter of any kind including but not limited to rubble, asphalt, concrete, plaster, tile, rocks, bricks, soil, building materials, crates, cartons, containers, boxes, machinery or parts thereof, scrap metal and other pieces of metal, ferrous or nonferrous, furniture or parts thereof, abandoned, wrecked, dismantled or inoperative vehicles, vehicle bodies or parts thereof, trimmings from plants or trees, cans, bottles, and barrels.)
   (F)   Abandoned, discarded, or unused furniture, stoves, sinks, toilets, cabinets, or other household fixtures or equipment that is visible from a public street, public alley, or adjoining public or private property;
   (G)   Construction equipment or machinery that is visible from a public street, public alley, or adjoining public or private property, except wile city-authorized and permitted excavation, construction, or demolition operations are in progress on the subject property or an adjoining property;
   (H)   Property maintained so out of harmony or conformity with the standards of surrounding property as to cause substantial diminution of the enjoyment, use, or values of such surrounding property;
   (I)   Dead, decayed, diseased, or hazardous trees, weeds, or overgrown vegetation, cultivated or uncultivated, that are likely to harbor rats or vermin, constitute a fire hazard, or constitute an unsightly appearance that is detrimental to surrounding property values;
   (J)   Materials or items of any nature on a rooftop that are visible from a public street, public alley, or adjoining public or private property, except if permitted by code for location on such rooftop;
   (K)   Any condition that violates any use permit approved by the planning commission or city council that relates to the appearance or maintenance of real property;
   (L)   Use of a trailer or camper for living or sleeping purposes, except in a licensed mobile home park;
   (M)   Use of a boat for living or sleeping purposes, except on a waterway;
   (N)   Any off-street parking facility that is not maintained as required at the time of the original construction or development, unless subsequently modified by permit;
   (O)   Any property containing a motor vehicle that has not been registered for operation on a public highway within the preceding six months, unless such vehicle is fully enclosed within a building or structure and is not visible from a public street, public alley, or adjoining public or private property.  This section shall not apply to any commercial business or operation that has received all city approvals, licenses, and permits to conduct motor vehicle sales, repairs, assembly/disassembly, or storage of such vehicles and is operating in compliance with all the conditions of such approvals, licenses, or permits;
   (P)   Property maintained in such condition as to be detrimental to the public health, safety, or general welfare or in such manner as to constitute a public nuisance as defined by Cal. Civil Code, Section 3480.
(`64 Code, Sec. 19-62.2)  (Ord. No. 2331)