Chapter 20.28


20.28.010    Purpose.

20.28.020    Adoption of code by reference.

20.28.030    Effective date.

20.28.040    Issuing authority.

20.28.050    Regulations.

20.28.060    Delinquent payments.

20.28.010 Purpose.

Any person who conducts a business or activity which is described in this chapter shall first obtain a health permit, together with any other licenses and permits required by this code. (Ord. 1551; Ord. 1517)

20.28.020 Adoption of code by reference.

There is hereby adopted, by reference, by the City of Coronado, for the purpose of prescribing rules and regulations for the protection of the public health and safety, the following portions of the San Diego County Code together with such secondary references as are included in those portions, effective as of the date set forth in CMC 20.28.030. The provisions thereof shall be controlling within the limits of the City of Coronado to include, without limitation, the fees, regulatory provisions, and definitions, but excluding the procedural provisions beyond those specified for processing applications, conducting investigations, issuing permits and enforcing regulatory provisions:

A. Title 6, Division 1, Chapter 1, regulating the preparation and distribution of food.

B. Title 6, Division 2, Chapter 2, regulating food handlers.

C. Title 6, Division 1, Chapter 3, providing for the destruction of spoiled food.

D. Title 6, Division 6, Chapter 1, regarding applications, permits and fees.

E. Title 6, Division 6, Chapter 2, regulating camps and picnic grounds.

F. Title 6, Division 6, Chapter 4, regulating refrigeration plants.

G. Title 6, Division 6, Chapter 8, regulating reduction plants.

H. Title 6, Division 6, Chapter 9, providing for the enforcement of the State Housing Law.

I. Title 6, Division 6, Chapter 10, regulating apartments and hotels.

J. Title 6, Division 7, Chapter 1, regulating waste of water.

K. Title 6, Division 7, Chapter 2, regarding the pollution of waters.

L. Title 6, Division 7, Chapter 3, regarding public swimming pools.

M. Title 6, Division 7, Chapter 4, regulating wells.

N. Title 6, Division 8, Chapter 3, regarding septic tanks and seepage pits.

O. Title 6, Division 8, Chapter 5, regarding the management of solid waste.

P. Title 6, Division 8, Chapter 6, regarding septic tank and cesspool cleaners.

Q. Title 6, Division 8, Chapter 8, regarding disclosure of hazardous materials.

R. Title 6, Division 8, Chapter 9, regarding hazardous waste establishments.

S. Title 6, Division 8, Chapter 10, regarding the underground storage of hazardous substance.

T. Title 6, Division 9, Chapter 1, regarding condemnation of buildings.

U. Title 6, Division 5, Sections 65.102, 65.104 and 65.107 regarding health permit fees, renewals and fees.

V. Title 6, Division 1, Chapter 1, Sections 61.101 to 61.115, regulating grading of mobile food facilities that prepare food. (Ord. 2033 § 1, 2012; Ord. 1802; Ord. 1784; Ord. 1768; Ord. 1752; Ord. 1619)

20.28.030 Effective date.

The effective date of this chapter is July 1, 1996. (Ord. 1866; Ord. 1802; Ord. 1784; Ord. 1768; Ord. 1752; Ord. 1725; Ord. 1619; Ord. 1579; Ord. 1572)

20.28.040 Issuing authority.

The San Diego County Health Officer, together with the Department of Health Services for the County of San Diego, is hereby designated as the Health Officer for the City of Coronado with authority to enforce and observe the City of Coronado the following:

A. All orders, quarantine regulation, and rules and regulations issued by the State Department of Health Services under the provisions of the Health and Safety Code of the State of California.

B. All statutes of the State of California relating to public health.

C. Those portions of the San Diego County Code pertaining to public health and sanitation as are set forth in this chapter.

20.28.050 Regulations.

A. Each applicant for a permit required by this chapter shall apply to the Department of Administrative Services and shall provide such information as required by the Department of Administrative Services. Thereafter, the applicant shall be referred to the Department of Health Services, County of San Diego.

B. The Department of Health Services of the County of San Diego shall collect and retain for the benefit of the County of San Diego the fees and delinquent payment penalties imposed by this chapter.

20.28.060 Delinquent payments.

A. Any fee which is not paid by the last day of the month following the month in which it is due is 30 days delinquent, and on the first day of the next following month, if still unpaid, is 60 days delinquent.

B. In any case where a fee is 30 days delinquent, a penalty of $50.00 or an amount equal to 50 percent of the fee, whichever is less, shall be added to and collected with the required fee.

C. In any case where a fee is 60 days delinquent, a total penalty of $150.00 or 150 percent of the fee, whichever is less, will be added to and collected with the required fee.

D. The imposition of or payment of the penalty imposed by this section shall not prevent the imposition of any other penalty prescribed by this code or any ordinance nor prosecution for violation of this code or any ordinance.

E. The delinquent penalty fee may be waived by the Deputy Director of Environmental Health Services in case of error made by Environmental Health Services staff or when the applicant has not held a health permit during the past five years and was unaware that a health permit was required. (Ord. 1784; Ord. 1768; Ord. 1752)