As used in this chapter:
   EMERGENCY. Any occurrence or set of circumstances involving actual or imminent physical trauma or property damage demanding immediate attention.
   EMERGENCY WORK. Any work performed to prevent or alleviate physical trauma or property damage, whether actually caused or threatened by an emergency, or work by private or public utilities when restoring utility service.
   CITY. The City of Rockaway Beach.
   CITY MANAGER. The City Manager of the city or the City Manager's designee.
   NOISE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER. An enforcement officer as defined in O.R.S. 153.005, and a person appointed by the City Manager to enforce the provisions of this chapter.
   NOISE SENSITIVE AREA. Includes, but is not limited to, real property normally used for sleeping or normally used as a school, church, hospital, or public library.
   PERSON. Any individual, firm, association, partnership, joint venture, or corporation.
   PLAINLY AUDIBLE. Any sound that can be detected by a reasonable person of ordinary sensitivities using his or her unaided hearing faculties.
   PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY. Any street, avenue, boulevard, highway, sidewalk, alley, or similar place normally accessible to the public which is owned or controlled by a government entity.
   PUBLIC SPACE. Any real property or structures on real property, owned by a government entity and normally accessible to the public, including but not limited to parks and other recreational areas.
   RESIDENTIAL AREA. Any real property that contains a structure or building in which one or more persons reside, provided that the structure or building is properly zoned, or is legally nonconforming, for residential use in accordance with the terms and maps of the city's zoning ordinance.
   UTILITY SERVICE. The normal operation of utilities within the city, whether provided by the city or by another entity, including but not limited to water, wastewater, electricity, natural gas, telecommunications and garbage hauling.
(Ord. 19-436, passed 10-9-2019)