Chapter 9.20


9.20.010    Flowing mud or water on highway.

9.20.020    Damaging property.

9.20.040    Gate crashing.

9.20.050    Unsightly property.

9.20.010 Flowing mud or water on highway.

It is unlawful for any person, firm, or corporation to deposit, drain, wash, allow to run or divert into or upon any public road, highway, street or alley, drainage ditch, storm drain, or flood control channel owned by or controlled by any public agency within the City any water, mud, sand, oil or petroleum. (Ord. 10 § 13, 1962)

9.20.020 Damaging property.

No person shall wilfully or maliciously break or destroy any window, window sash, door, blind or pane of glass of any occupied or unoccupied house or outhouse in the City or enter any unoccupied house or outhouse and commit any nuisance therein or break, destroy or injure anything therein or any part of the house or outhouse, or any fence, or improvement whatever, or aid, abet or assist anyone to commit such nuisance or injure the property. (Ord. 10 § 14, 1962)

9.20.040 Gate crashing.

No person, with intent gratuitously to avail himself of the entertainment or recreation furnished or the privileges conferred therein, shall enter any theater, stadium, athletic club, ball park, golf course, golf club, tennis club, beach club, bathing beach, or other place of amusement, entertainment or recreation, for admission to which an admission fee or membership fee is charged, without first paying the admission fee or membership fee. Any person who is a bona fide guest of a member of any club may enter the club in accordance with the rules thereof. Any person may enter any place which is within the purview of this section with the consent of the owner or manager thereof. This section shall not be deemed to apply to the entry into any such place by a Law Enforcement Officer acting within the scope and course of his official duties. (Ord. 10 § 18, 1962)

9.20.050 Unsightly property.

(A) Every person, firm or corporation who owns or has charge or management of any real property in the City who permits any part of the property to become so unsightly as to substantially detract from the appearance of the immediate neighborhood, or who fails or omits to clean up or correct the unsightly or untidy conditions, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

(B) Any person, firm or corporation violating any of the provisions of this section is guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be punishable by a fine not to exceed $500.00 or by imprisonment in the County Jail for not to exceed six months, or by both such fine and imprisonment. Each separate day or any portion thereof during which any violation of this section occurs or continues shall be deemed to constitute a separate offense and upon conviction therefor shall be punishable as provided in this subsection. (Ord. 138 §§ 1, 3, 1968)