For the purposes of this chapter, the following are hereby declared public nuisances: (Ord. 829, 3-3-1986)
   A.   Any tree or shrub growing in such a manner as to: 1) obstruct the reflection of streetlights, 2) obstruct the view by motor vehicle operators of any traffic control device within the public right-of-way, 3) obstruct or interfere with the passage of persons or vehicles on the streets or sidewalks of the City, or 4) create a dangerous condition for persons or property on public streets, sidewalks or other public property including, but not limited to, any tree or shrub or part thereof which is likely to fall on or across any public property. Any person violating this section shall be required to prune or remove any such tree or shrub within the period of time authorized by the Director of Public Works or his authorized designee so that it will not create such an obstruction.
For the purposes of this section, "traffic control device" shall include, but not be limited to, any sign, signal, or opticom equipment, placed or maintained by the City to regulate, warn or guide traffic. (Ord. 2062, 6-2-2003)
   B.   Any tree, shrub, other plant, or portion thereof, whether located on City owned property or on private property, which obstructs the view in the "vision clearance triangle" as defined by section 8-14-9 of this Code. (Ord. 829, 3-3-1986; amd. Ord. 2144, 6-17-2004)