Sec. 9-26. Definitions.
   Grass and weeds. To include, but not limited to, Bermuda grass, centipede grass, fescue, rye grass, blue grass, western wheat species, buffalo grass, grama grass, needle and thread, green needle and any weeds, and any volunteer woody plant material, and other noxious or unhealthful vegetation. This does not include trees, shrubs, landscaped ornamental grasses, and flower, fruit, or vegetable gardens.
   Natural area. Uncultivated and unseeded land, still in a state of nature. Any growth on land, once it has been cleared or plowed, is not a natural area, even though it has not been planted or cultivated by anyone.
   Noxious matter. Trash, garbage and all other material which has been strewn about or otherwise apparently abandoned, or of no apparent value, which is unsightly, or which may be potentially hazardous as a breeding ground for insects and rodents and other undesirable animals, or which may prove hazardous to individuals using the area upon which these noxious matters exist.
   Pastureland. Land covered with grass or herbage and suitable for cutting hay or grazing by domesticated livestock, such as horses, cattle, sheep, or swine.
(Ord. No. 1328, 9-21-20)