TITLE 5.  PUBLIC WELFARE, MORALS AND CONDUCT
CHAPTER 1.  ABANDONED APPLIANCES (Repealed)
CHAPTER 2.  ADVERTISING DISTRIBUTION
      5-2.01–Declaration of public nuisance
      5-2.02–Public places
      5-2.03–Automobiles
      5-2.04–Distribution at residences and private businesses (Repealed)
      5-2.05–Filing of objections to leaving of materials (Repealed)
      5-2.06–List of objections: Duty to obtain (Repealed)
      5-2.07–Severability
CHAPTER 3.  AIR POLLUTION
      5-3.01–Statement of necessity
      5-3.02–Prohibited acts
      5-3.03–Enforcement
CHAPTER 4.  CLOSING-OUT SALES
      5-4.01–Permits: Required
      5-4.02–Permits: Applications: Form
      5-4.03–Permits: Applications: Filing fees
      5-4.04–Permits: Applications: Investigations
      5-4.05–Permits: Applications: False statements
      5-4.06–Permits: Applications: Filing by City Manager
      5-4.07–Permits: Issuance
      5-4.08–Permits: Extension of term
      5-4.09–Permits: Conditions
      5-4.10–Investigations
      5-4.11–Additions to stock before sales
      5-4.12–Additions to stock during sales
      5-4.13–Advertising
      5-4.14–Exceptions
      5-4.15–Violations
CHAPTER 5.  PUBLIC DANCES
      5-5.01–Definitions
      5-5.02–Public or minor’s dances: Permits required
      5-5.03–Dance permits: Applications: Form
      5-5.04–Permits: Fees and approval
      5-5.05–Permits: No transferability
      5-5.06–Conditions of permit
      5-5.07–Noise
      5-5.08–Minor’s dances: Alcoholic beverages
      5-5.09–Revocation
CHAPTER 6.  BINGO GAMES
      5-6.01–Bingo game defined
      5-6.02–Licenses: Applications
      5-6.03–Licenses: Applications: Procedure
      5-6.04–Licenses: Applications: Denial: Appeals
      5-6.05–Licenses: Revocation: Petitions
      5-6.06–Licenses: Revocation: Petitions: Council hearings
CHAPTER 7.  SUBSTANDARD HOUSING OWNERS
      5-7.01–Findings and determinations
      5-7.02–Definitions
      5-7.03–Substandard Housing Owner properties; proactive code compliance
      5-7.04–Removal of property from proactive enforcement
CHAPTER 8.  MISCELLANEOUS OFFENSES
      5-8.01–False reports
      5-8.02–Loitering, curfew and truancy
      5-8.03–Unclean persons
      5-8.04–Unlawful advertising and defacing
      5-8.05–Alcoholic beverages: Public places
      5-8.06–Parental or property owner’s responsibility to supervise: Minors with alcohol (Repealed)
      5-8.07–Public urination and defecation prohibited
      5-8.08–Regulation of camping
      5-8.09–Prohibition on sitting and lying in certain public places
      5-8.10–Aggressive begging
      5-8.11–Encroachments onto public land
CHAPTER 9.  REGISTRATION OF HOTEL AND MOTEL GUESTS
      5-9.01–Definitions
      5-9.02–Registers: Required
      5-9.03–Registers: Contents
      5-9.04–Registers: Signatures of guests
      5-9.05–Registers: Maintenance as permanent record
      5-9.06–Registers: Display
      5-9.07–Violations
CHAPTER 10.  REMOVAL OF ABANDONED, WRECKED,
DISMANTLED, OR INOPERATIVE VEHICLES
      5-10.01–Findings and determinations
      5-10.02–Definitions
      5-10.03–Exceptions
      5-10.04–Chapter provisions not exclusive remedy
      5-10.05–Administration and enforcement
      5-10.06–Right of entry of certain persons
      5-10.07–Administrative costs
      5-10.08–Community Development Director: Powers of removal
      5-10.09–Public nuisances: Notices of intention to abate
      5-10.10–Hearings: Notices: When required
      5-10.11–Hearings: Procedure: Evidence: Rules: Decisions
      5-10.12–Decisions of Community Development Director: Appeals to Council
      5-10.13–Decisions: Orders: Abatement and removal of vehicles
      5-10.14–Notices to the Department of Motor Vehicles
      5-10.15–Assessment of costs
      5-10.16–Abandonment violations
      5-10.17–Refusal to remove violations
CHAPTER 11.  WEAPONS
      5-11.01–Discharging
      5-11.02–Discharge or possession by minors
      5-11.03–Reporting lost or stolen firearms
CHAPTER 12.  UNLAWFUL CONDUCT ON PRIVATE SCHOOL CAMPUSES (Repealed)
CHAPTER 13.  ALARM SYSTEMS
      5-13.01–Purpose
      5-13.02–Definitions
      5-13.03–Alarm requirements
      5-13.04–Reporting requirements
      5-13.05–Alarm agents: Permits and possessions
      5-13.06–Enforcement: Violations and penalties
      5-13.07–Public nuisance alarms: Notice to repair or disconnect
      5-13.08–Nonliability
CHAPTER 14.  OAK TREE PRESERVATION AND PROTECTION
(Re-designated as Articles 42 and 43 of Chapter 4 of Title 9)
CHAPTER 15.  AMBULANCES
      5-15.01–Definitions
      5-15.02–Emergency Medical Response Manual
      5-15.03–Licenses required
      5-15.04–Existing ambulance services
      5-15.05–Applications for licenses
      5-15.06–Filing and display of rates
      5-15.07–Ambulance certificates required
      5-15.08–Insurance
      5-15.09–Applications for ambulance certificates
      5-15.10–Drivers and attendants with permits required
      5-15.11–Applications for driver’s and attendant’s permits
      5-15.12–Exceptions
      5-15.13–Suspension and revocation of licenses and permits
      5-15.14–Suspension and revocation of licenses and permits: Grounds
CHAPTER 16.  PROHIBITION OF THE CONDUCT OF PUBLIC NUDITY
      5-16.01–Purpose
      5-16.02–Definitions
      5-16.03–Unlawful public nudity
      5-16.04–Other prohibitions: Public performances, counseling or assisting
      5-16.05–Exceptions
CHAPTER 17.  MASSAGE ESTABLISHMENTS, MASSAGE TECHNICIANS,
AND THE PRACTICE OF MASSAGE
      5-17.01–Declaration of purpose and intent.
      5-17.02–Definitions.
      5-17.03–Administration.
      5-17.04–Certifications required.
      5-17.05–Massage establishment: Certificate of registration required.
      5-17.06–Issuance of massage establishment certificate of registration.
      5-17.07–Display of certificates.
      5-17.08–Registration fee.
      5-17.09–Business tax certificates.
      5-17.10–Prohibited conduct.
      5-17.11–Facilities and operations.
      5-17.12–Inspections by City officials and notices of violation.
      5-17.13–Exceptions.
      5-17.14–Public nuisance abatement.
      5-17.15–Revocation.
      5-17.16–Notice of revocation.
      5-17.17–Surrender of massage establishment certificate of registration.
      5-17.18–Criminal liability, civil liability and penalties.
      5-17.19–Appeal.
CHAPTER 18.  DRUG PARAPHERNALIA (Repealed)
CHAPTER 19.  PRICES OF EMERGENCY ITEMS AND SERVICES DURING A PROCLAIMED DISASTER
      5-19.01–Definitions
      5-19.05–Regulation of prices
      5-19.10–Penalty
CHAPTER 20.  GRAFFITI
      5-20.01–Intent and purpose
      5-20.02–Definitions
      5-20.03–Prohibition of defacement/graffiti
      5-20.04–Sale of aerosol paint to minors
      5-20.05–Possession by minors
      5-20.06–Signs required: Secured display of paint cans and markers
      5-20.07–Removal
      5-20.08–Reward
CHAPTER 21.  NOISE
      5-21.01–Noise from radios, television sets and similar devices
      5-21.02–Powered equipment in residential areas
      5-21.03–Loud, unnecessary and unusual noise
      5-21.04–Emergency activities exempted
      5-21.05–Loud parties or assemblages: Enforcement costs and response fees
CHAPTER 22.  HEALTH CLUBS
      5-22.01–Intent and purpose
      5-22.02–Definitions
      5-22.03–Bond or letter of credit requirements
      5-22.04–Cash deposit, bond, or letter of credit exemption
      5-22.05–Refund obligation: Cash deposit, bond or letter of credit enforcement stayed
      5-22.06–Administration of refunds
      5-22.07–Deadline for refund claims
      5-22.08–Term of health club contract
      5-22.09–Disclosure statement
      5-22.10–Phase in of compliance for bond, letter of credit, or cash deposit requirements
CHAPTER 23.  VENDING ON PUBLIC PROPERTY
      5-23.01–Purpose and findings
      5-23.02–Definitions
      5-23.03–Vendor permit required; Fees
      5-23.04–Application for street vendor permit
      5-23.05–Application for sidewalk vendor permit
      5-23.06–Grant or denial of vendor application
      5-23.07–Notice to applicant
      5-23.08–Conditions of street vendor permit
      5-23.09–Conditions of sidewalk vendor permit
      5-23.10–Annual permit renewal
      5-23.11–Revocation, suspension or modification of a vendor permit
      5-23.12–Appeals
      5-23.13–Regulations: Vending on private property
      5-23.14–Exceptions
CHAPTER 24.  LANDMARK TREE PRESERVATION AND PROTECTION
(Re-designated as Articles 42 and 43 of Chapter 4 of Title 9)
CHAPTER 25.  MOBILE HOME RENT STABILIZATION
      5-25.01–Findings and purpose
      5-25.02–Definitions
      5-25.03–Rent Adjustment Commission
      5-25.04–Restrictions on rents
      5-25.05–Automatic adjustments to rent
      5-25.05.1–Special supplemental rent adjustment
      5-25.05.2–Vacancy decontrol/recontrol
      5-25.06–Administrative adjustments to rent
      5-25.07–Evictions
      5-25.08–Remedies
      5-25.09–Refusal of a tenant to pay
      5-25.10–Prior ordinances
      5-25.11–Appeals
      5-25.12–Registration
CHAPTER 26.  SOCIAL HOST LIABILITY
      5-26.01–Findings
      5-26.02–Purpose
      5-26.03–Definitions
      5-26.04–Public nuisance
      5-26.05–Penalties for violation of this ordinance
      5-26.06–Recovery of response costs
      5-26.07–Billing and collection of response costs
      5-26.08–Protected activities
CHAPTER 27.  ALCOHOL ENERGY DRINK
      5-27.01–Purpose
      5-27.02–Definitions
      5-27.03–Duty to post warning signs
CHAPTER 28.  TREE PRUNING
      5-28.01–Purpose
      5-28.02–Definitions
      5-28.03–Applicability
      5-28.04–Pruning regulations
      5-28.05–Penalties
      5-28.06–Pruning permits
CHAPTER 29.  CANNABIS
      5-29.01–Purpose and intent
      5-29.02–Legal authority
      5-29.03–Commercial cannabis activities prohibited unless specifically authorized
      5-29.04–Compliance with laws
      5-29.05–Definitions
      5-29.06–Commercial cannabis business permit required
      5-29.07–Cannabis employee permit required
      5-29.08–Maximum number and type of authorized commercial cannabis businesses permitted
      5-29.09–Commercial cannabis business permit; Initial application procedure
      5-29.10–Expiration of commercial cannabis business permits
      5-29.11–Revocation of permits
      5-29.12–Renewal applications
      5-29.13–Effect of state license suspension, revocation, or termination
      5-29.14–Effect of federal enforcement to suspend, prohibit, revoke, terminate California or local entity licensing laws for recreational or commercial cannabis
      5-29.15–Appeals
      5-29.16–Written request for appeal
      5-29.17–Appeal hearing
      5-29.18–Commercial cannabis business permit selection process
      5-29.19–Change in location; Updated registration form
      5-29.20–Transfer of commercial cannabis business permit
      5-29.21–City business tax certificate
      5-29.22–Building permits and inspection
      5-29.23–Certification from the Community Development Director
      5-29.24–Location and design of commercial cannabis businesses
      5-29.25–Right to occupy and to use property
      5-29.26–Limitations on City’s liability
      5-29.27–Records and recordkeeping
      5-29.28–Security measures
      5-29.29–Restriction on alcohol and tobacco sales
      5-29.30–Compliance with laws
      5-29.31–Fees and charges
      5-29.32–Miscellaneous operating requirements
      5-29.33–Other operational requirements
      5-29.34–Operating requirements for retailer facilities and delivery and services from licensed retailer
      5-29.35–Retailer non-store front and delivery services shall not be permitted
      5-29.36–Packaging and labeling
      5-29.37–Operating requirements for testing laboratory
      5-29.38–Promulgation of regulations, standards and other legal duties
      5-29.39–Community relations
      5-29.40–Fees deemed debt to City of Thousand Oaks
      5-29.41–Permit holder responsible for violations
      5-29.42–Personal cultivation
      5-29.43–Inspection and enforcement
      5-29.44–Compliance with State regulation
      5-29.45–Violations declared a public nuisance
      5-29.46–Each violation a separate offense
      5-29.47–Violations and penalties
      5-29.48–Remedies cumulative and not exclusive