5-1-10: ICE, SNOW AND OBSTRUCTIONS ON SIDEWALKS:
   A.   Duty To Clear Sidewalks: It shall be the duty of every owner or occupant of any lot, property, or parcel of land within the town, or his/her agent, to keep the sidewalks in the public right of way on or adjacent to such lot or parcel of land, free and clear of and from snow, ice, mud, and all other obstructions. It is unlawful to fail to keep the sidewalks free and clear of snow, ice, mud, and all other obstructions. Snow, ice, mud, and other obstructions cleared from sidewalks shall not be deposited in public streets or alleys.
   B.   Notice To Responsible Person: If the town manager or his/her designee finds that any portion of a sidewalk has not been cleared of snow, ice, mud, and other obstructions as required by subsection A of this section and that a hazardous condition exists, the town manager or designee shall notify the owner or manager of any property, the lessee leasing the premises or any adult occupant of a single-family dwelling that such person must remove the snow within twenty four (24) hours. Notice under this subsection is sufficient if hand delivered or telephoned to the owner, manager, lessee, or occupant.
   C.   Town Abatement For Noncompliance: If the person so notified fails to remove the snow as required by the notice set forth in subsection B of this section, the town manager or his/her designee may cause the snow removal to be done to meet the requirements of this section and charge the cost thereof, plus an additional amount up to twenty five dollars ($25.00) for administrative costs to the person so notified.
   D.   Lien: If any person fails or refuses to pay any charge imposed under this section, the town manager may, in addition to taking other collection remedies, certify due and unpaid charges to the Eagle County treasurer for collection. (Ord. 3(1992) § 1: Ord. 1(1968) § 1: Ord. 18(1996) § 2(g))