§ 9-5-1  INSPECTION OF PRIVATE PROPERTY FOR PROTECTION OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY.
   A.   The Public Works Director or his or her representative(s) may enter onto private property within the city to inspect for actual or potential hazards to the public health and safety, including hazards resulting from the accumulation of refuse, debris, or hazardous waste.  If the Public Works Director and/or Community Development Director or his or her representative are denied access to the property for the purpose of conducting such an inspection by the owner, occupant, or lessee of the private property, he or she may file a complaint, under oath to a magistrate, pursuant to A.R.S. § 36-603.  The complaint shall specify the necessity for entry onto the property for inspection for and/or abatement of any hazard to the public health and safety.  Upon the issuance by a magistrate of a warrant to enter and inspect, the Director or his or her representative(s) may enter and inspect the property between the hours of sunrise and sunset when accompanied by a peace officer.
   B.   The lessor of property or his or her agent may enter the property of the lessee to inspect for and/or abate any hazard to the public health and safety pursuant to A.R.S. § 33-1343.