(A)   Whenever an enforcement officer determines that a violation of this code has occurred, the enforcement officer shall have the authority to issue administrative citations, in accordance with Cal. Gov't Code § 53069.4 and this section, to any person(s) responsible for any violation(s) of this code, including but not limited to those violations not occurring in the presence of the enforcing officer issuing the citation where the issuing officer determines through investigation that the responsible party committed, caused, allowed, or is otherwise responsible for the violation.
   (B)   Each administrative citation shall contain the following information:
      (1)   The date, or approximate date, of the violation;
      (2)   The address or a definite description of the location where the violation occurred;
      (3)   The code or ordinance sections of the code violated and a description of the violation;
      (4)   A description of how the violation can be corrected;
      (5)   The amount of the fine for the code violation;
      (6)   A description of the fine payment process, including a description of the time within which and the place to which the fine shall be paid;
      (7)   An order prohibiting the continuation or repeated occurrence of the code violation described in the administrative citation;
      (8)   A description of the administrative citation review process, including the time within which the administrative citation may be contested by submitting a request for hearing form; and
      (9)   The name and signature of the citing enforcement officer.
   (C)   Except as provided in § 1.04.005(E), prior to the issuance of an administrative citation for a violation that does not create an immediate danger to health or safety, the enforcement officer shall provide a reasonable period of time not less than ten business days to correct or otherwise remedy the violation.
(Ord. 917, § 1(part), 2013; Ord. 1,010, § 1(part), 2020)