Chapter 7.04


7.04.010    Adoption by reference.

7.04.020    Request enforcement in city.

7.04.030    Amendment.

7.04.010 Adoption by reference.

The board of supervisors of the county of Contra Costa, an agency of the state of California within the meaning of Government Code Section 50022.1, has adopted County Ordinances No. 80-97, 83-10, 85-23, 87-74, 2005-24, 2006-05, 2011-08, 2011-09, and 2017-12 regarding animal control. These ordinances are codified as Chapters 416-2 to 416-12.4 of Division 416 of the County Ordinance Code, which is a code within the meaning of Government Code Section 50022.2. Certified copies of Division 416 are and have been on file with the city clerk where they are open to public inspection as required by Government Code Section 50022.3. This Animal Control Code, Division 416, is referred to and adopted by this reference as a part of the Pittsburg Municipal Code under Government Code Section 50022.2. [Ord. 18-1457 § 2, 2018; Ord. 18-1443 § 2, 2018; Ord. 07-1291 § 2, 2007; Ord. 948 § 2, 1988.]

7.04.020 Request enforcement in city.

County Ordinance Code Division 416 referred to and adopted in PMC 7.04.010 contains the provision of those sections of the California Food and Agricultural Code referred to in Section 30501, and therefore this city chapter constitutes the city’s request that Division 416 be applicable within the city, and it shall hereafter so apply. [Ord. 948 § 2, 1988.]

7.04.030 Amendment.

A. Summary. This section amends Section 416-4.604 (this Contra Costa County Ordinance adopted by reference by the city of Pittsburg), “Penalties,” to provide that violation of Section 416-4.404, “Abandonment,” is a misdemeanor and punishable as such.

B. Section 416-4.604 is amended to read:

416-4.604 Penalties.

a. Notwithstanding Section 14-8.004, and pursuant to Food and Agriculture Code 31401, violations of Division 416 of this code, excepting Chapter 416-10 and Article 416-12.2, are punishable by a fine of not more than fifty dollars for the first offense, and not more than one hundred dollars for the second or subsequent offense.

b. Notwithstanding subsection (a) above, violation of section 416-4.404 Abandonment, excluding abandonments under section 416-8.014, is a misdemeanor and punishable as such.

[Ord. 1135 §§ 1, 2, 1997.]