Chapter 1.12


1.12.010    Giving of notice.

1.12.010 Giving of notice.

(a) Any written notice required by the provisions of this code, unless it is herein otherwise specifically provided, shall be served as follows:

(1) By personal delivery to the person to be notified or by deposit in the United States mail, in a sealed envelope, postage prepaid, addressed to such person to be notified at the last known business or residence address, as the same appears in the public records pertaining to the matter, to which such notice is directed. Such service shall be deemed completed at the time of the deposit in the post office.

(2) Where real property is involved, written notice shall be mailed to the property owner at the address as shown on the last equalized county assessment roll.

(3) Where personal service or service by mail upon the property owner is unsuccessful, a copy of the order shall be conspicuously posted at the property which is the subject of the order.

(b) Proof of service of notice may be made by the certificate of any officer or employee of the city, or by affidavit of any person over the age of 18 years, which shows service in conformity with this code or other provisions of law applicable to the subject matter concerned.

(c) The failure of any person to receive any notice required under this code shall not affect the validity of any proceedings taken under this code. [Ord. 08-006 § 3, 2008; Ord. 210 N.S. § 1-201, 1952].


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