DIVISION 4
PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELFARE Revised 4/19 Amended Ord. 3851 Ord. 3852 Ord. 3854

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1 - Animals and Fowl

Article 1 - Keeping of Animals

41.1.1.    Definitions.

41.1.2.    Animals kept on residential property.

41.1.3.    Hearing on nuisance abatement.

41.1.4.    Wild animals prohibited.

41.1.5.    Leashing of dogs required.

41.1.6.    Keeping of unusual pets.

41.1.7.    Removal of dog defecation.

41.1.8.    Tethering, prohibited.

41.1.9.    Tethering, declared a nuisance.

Article 2 - Impoundment

41.2.1.    Definitions.

41.2.2.    Public pound; created.

41.2.3.    Same. expenses paid by City; exception.

41.2.4.    Poundmaster, office created; term.

41.2.5.    Same. Power and authority of special police officer.

41.2.6.    Same. When Chief of Police to hold office; duties.

41.2.7.    Same. Delegation of powers and authority to assistants, etc.

41.2.8.    Same. Duties generally.

41.2.9.    Contract with private person to act as poundmaster.

41.2.10.    Fees for impounding and keeping animals.

41.2.11.    Capture and impounding of trespassing animals.

41.2.12.    Impoundment of unlicensed dogs.

41.2.13.    Reclaiming impounded animals; exception.

41.2.14.    Right of poundmaster, police officer, etc. to enter upon private property; when search warrant required.

41.2.15.    Interference with poundmaster, police officer, etc. prohibited.

Article 3 - Licenses

41.3.1.    Dog license required.

41.3.2.    Annual fee; when due and payable; penalty for failure to pay fee.

41.3.3.    Fee for replacement of dog tag.

41.3.4.    License tax for kennels.

41.3.5.    Licenses or kennel taxes and penalties to be owner’s debt to the City.

41.3.6.    Sale and purchase of dog and kennel licenses.

41.3.7.    Counterfeit licenses prohibited.

41.3.8.    Senior citizen exemption.

41.3.9.    Processing claim for exemption.

41.3.10.    Continuance of exemption.

41.3.11.    Discontinuance of exemption.

41.3.12.    Appeal to Council.

Article 4 - Rabies Vaccination

41.4.1.    Rabies vaccination required.

41.4.2.    Poundmaster to provide facilities for rabies vaccination.

41.4.3.    Veterinarians’ fee schedule for rabies vaccination.

41.4.4.    Certificates of rabies vaccination.

41.4.5.    Presentation of vaccination certificate.

41.4.6.    Information on license.

41.4.7.    Disposition of dogs suspected of having or of developing rabies.

Article 5 - Swine

41.5.1.    Prohibited.

Article 6 - Regulating Sale of Animals

41.6.1.    Sale of animals as novelties on street.

41.6.2.    Sale of artificially colored animals.

41.6.3.    Proper brooder facilities required.

41.6.4.    Sale of animals under four weeks of age.

41.6.5.    Scope of article.

Article 7 - Bovine Animals

41.7.1.    Maintenance of bovine animals prohibited.

Article 8 - Pigeons

41.8.1.    Keeping of pigeons and doves.

41.8.2.    Same. erection or maintenance of houses, etc. within thirty-five feet of dwellings.

41.8.3.    Requirements as to lofts or houses for keeping carrier and homing pigeons.

41.8.4.    Confinement of homing and air performing pigeons.

41.8.5.    Permitting high-flying pigeons to fly.

41.8.6.    Killing, capturing, etc. of pigeons.

Article 9 - Dogs and Other Dangerous Animals

41.9.1.    Unlawful to keep a dangerous animal.

41.9.2.    Impoundment of attacking or biting animal.

41.9.3.    Alternative confinement.

41.9.4.    Delegation of authority.

41.9.5.    Dangerous or potentially dangerous animal hearing.

41.9.6.    Notice to appear.

41.9.7.    Subpoena power.

41.9.8.    Witnesses.

41.9.9.    Evidence.

41.9.10.    Reporting.

41.9.11.    Hearing Officer findings.

41.9.12.    Disposition of dangerous animals.

41.9.13.    Revocation of license.

41.9.14.    Reissuance of license.

41.9.15.    Removal of animal from City.

41.9.16.    Disposition of abandoned animal.

41.9.17.    Return of impounded dog to owner.

41.9.18.    Identification prior to release.

41.9.19.    Appeal to Commission.

Article 10 - Keeping of Bees

41.10.010.    Definitions.

41.10.020.    Applicability.

41.10.030.    Application requirements.

41.10.040.    Permit issuance.

41.10.050.    Appeal process.

41.10.060.    Revocation.

41.10.070.    Nuisance.

Article 11 - Special Permits

41.11.010.    Requirements for special animal permits.

Article 12 - Los Angeles County Animal Control

41.12.1.    Adoption of Title 10.

Article 13 - Feeding of Birds

41.13.1.    Feeding birds prohibited.

Article 14 - Keeping of Hens

41.14.010.    Applicability.

41.14.020.    Application requirements.

41.14.030.    Permit issuance.

41.14.040.    Revocation.

41.14.050.    Nuisance.

Chapter 2 - Health and Sanitation

Article 1 - General

42.1.1.    Application of Chapter.

42.1.2.    Enforcement of Chapter.

42.1.3.    Interfering with health officer.

42.1.4.    Permit required for certain businesses or occupations.

42.1.5.    Application; information to be shown.

42.1.6.    Investigation and consideration of application; granting of permit.

42.1.7.    Suspension or revocation; grounds generally; operation of business after action taken.

42.1.8.    Hearing prerequisites; service and contents of notice.

42.1.9.    Permit; expiration; renewal fee.

42.1.10.    Posting permit.

42.1.11.    Operating without permit.

42.1.12.    Permit prerequisite to issuance of business license.

42.1.13.    Requirements as to sale and distribution of milk, cream and dairy products.

42.1.14.    Repealed by O-3029.

Article 2 - Inspection of Poultry Slaughtered, Dissected or Dismembered in City

42.2.1.    Right of licensee to have inspection performed by City health officer.

42.2.2.    Notice to health officer.

42.2.3.    Labeling, identifying or stamping required; to be done in presence of health officer.

42.2.4.    Unauthorized labeling, etc.

42.2.5.    Agreement as to time of inspection; effect of failure to agree.

42.2.6.    To be inspected before dissection or removal of heads.

42.2.7.    Condemnation of diseased, injured, etc. poultry.

42.2.8.    Sale, etc., of condemned poultry for human consumption prohibited.

42.2.9.    Inspection fee.

42.2.10.    Travel time.

42.2.11.    Method of computing inspection fees and travel time.

42.2.12.    Proration of charges.

42.2.13.    Effect of failure to pay charges; suspension of license; interest.

Article 3 - Rodent Control

42.3.1.    Definitions.

42.3.2.    Inspection generally; hours of inspection of dwellings, hotels, etc.

42.3.3.    Accumulations of rubbish, waste materials, etc.

42.3.4.    Removal or storage of boxes, lumber, paper, etc.

42.3.5.    Maintenance of sheds, coops, barns, etc.

42.3.6.    Buildings, etc. to be kept in clean and sanitary condition.

42.3.7.    Buildings used for human habitation to be ratstopped, etc.

42.3.8.    Rodent extermination by trapping, poisoning, etc.

42.3.9.    Article not applicable to land used for agriculture; exception.

42.3.10.    Maintenance of buildings, etc. so as to prevent breeding or harboring of rodents.

42.3.11.    Pest harborage.

Article 4 - Repealed by O-2235

Chapter 3 - Solid Waste Management

Article 1 - General

43.1.1.    Definitions.

43.1.2.    Refuse collected outside City.

43.1.3.    Transfer of refuse.

43.1.4.    Transportation of garbage.

43.1.5.    Transportation of rubbish.

43.1.6.    Public dumping grounds.

43.1.7.    Burying refuse.

43.1.8.    Dumping of refuse.

43.1.9.    Period of accumulation limited.

43.1.10.    Common receptacles prohibited.

43.1.11.    Scavenging prohibited.

Article 2 - Municipal Collection of Solid Waste

43.2.1.    Definitions.

43.2.2.    Liability for solid waste collection fees.

43.2.3.    Collection from residences only

43.2.4.    Right to contract.

43.2.5.    Collection of fees.

43.2.6.    Deposits.

43.2.7.    Use of receptacles.

43.2.8.    Specifications for receptacles.

43.2.9.    Prohibited placement of receptacles.

43.2.10.    Time of collection.

43.2.11.    Rules and regulations.

43.2.12.    Duty to collect.

43.2.13.    Delegation of authority.

43.2.14.    Recovery of delinquent solid waste collection fees.

Article 3 - Garbage Grinders

43.3.1.    Definitions.

43.3.2.    Garbage grinders required.

43.3.3.    Number of grinders required.

43.3.4.    Location of grinders.

43.3.5.    Exception.

Article 4 - Litter

43.4.1.    Definitions.

43.4.2.    Depositing litter in public places.

43.4.3.    Sweeping litter onto public property.

43.4.4.    Duty to keep sidewalks clean.

43.4.5.    Maintaining litter on private property.

43.4.6.    Placement of litter in receptacles.

43.4.7.    Refuse receptacles; construction.

Article 5 - Removal of Abandoned, Wrecked, Dismantled, or Inoperative Vehicles or Parts Thereof on Public or Private Property

43.5.1.    Supplements other codes and statutes.

43.5.2.    Administered by City Manager.

43.5.3.    Definition of terms.

43.5.4.    Exclusion from Article.

43.5.5.    Misdemeanor.

43.5.6.    Abatement proceedings; public hearing.

43.5.7.    Notice of hearing.

43.5.8.    Notice of hearing to California Highway Patrol.

43.5.9.    Hearing before the Environmental Quality Commission.

43.5.10.    Notice of order requiring removal.

43.5.11.    Right of appeal.

43.5.12.    Disposal of vehicles.

43.5.13.    Entry upon private property.

43.5.14.    Removal of vehicles by authorized person.

43.5.15.    Costs of removal.

43.5.16.    Administrative costs.

43.5.17.    Notice to Department of Motor Vehicles.

43.5.18.    Costs to be assessed against owner of land.

43.5.19.    Disposition of money.

Article 6 - Commercial Solid Waste Reporting

43.6.1.    Duty to report.

43.6.2.    Reporting requirements.

43.6.3.    Payment of quarterly fee.

43.6.4.    Failure to remit; penalty and interest.

43.6.5.    Exemptions.

43.6.6.    Auditing of records.

43.6.7.    Equal access provision.

Article 7 - Waste Diversion, Recycling and Graffiti

43.7.1.    Waste diversion, recycling and graffiti.

Article 8 - Waste Reduction and Recycling Requirements for Construction and Demolition Projects

43.8.1.    Definitions.

43.8.2.    Threshold for covered projects.

43.8.3.    Submittal, review and compliance with a waste management plan.

43.8.4.    Infeasibility exemption.

43.8.5.    Appeal.

Chapter 4 - Ocean and Beaches

Article 1 - Definitions

44.1.1.    Alcoholic beverage.

44.1.2.    Article.

44.1.3.    Beach.

44.1.4.    County.

44.1.5.    City.

44.1.6.    Director.

44.1.7.    City manager.

44.1.8.    Person.

44.1.9.    Section.

44.1.10.    Shall and may.

44.1.11.    Vessel

Article 2 - General Provisions

44.2.1.    Compliance.

44.2.2.    Short title.

44.2.3.    Exercise of power by Deputy or authorized person.

44.2.4.    Enforcement.

44.2.5.    Liability.

Article 3 - Rules and Regulations

44.3.1.    Glass, etc.

44.3.2.    Rubbish.

44.3.3.    Throwing missiles.

44.3.4.    Shooting.

44.3.5.    Fireworks, etc.

44.3.6.    Ball regulations.

44.3.7.    Flora.

44.3.8.    Turf, etc.

44.3.9.    Structures, etc.

44.3.10.    Fires.

44.3.11.    Animals.

44.3.12.    Motor vehicles.

44.3.13.    Recreation building.

44.3.14.    Solicitation.

44.3.15.    Alcoholic beverages.

44.3.16.    Overnight camping.

44.3.17.    Shelters.

44.3.18.    Guy wires.

44.3.19.    Bathing.

44.3.20.    Boating.

44.3.21.    Surfboards.

44.3.22.    Measurements.

44.3.23.    Use of inflated equipment.

44.3.24.    Designation of hazardous areas.

44.3.25.    Use of surfboards, surf mats and paddle boards.

44.3.26.    Tobacco products.

Article 4 - Pollution of Waters

44.4.1.    Oil pollution.

44.4.2.    Indirect pollution.

44.4.3.    Other pollution.

44.4.4.    Exceptions.

Chapter 5 - Offenses - Miscellaneous

Article 1 - Loitering; Trespassing; Obstructing

45.1.1.    Loitering defined.

45.1.2.    Loitering on business parking lots or at places of business.

45.1.3.    Trespassing on or loitering about certain classes of property.

45.1.4.    Standing or sitting on streets, sidewalks, etc. so as to obstruct free passage.

45.1.5.    Churches, theatres, etc.; obstructing entrance.

45.1.6.    Trespass on private property.

45.1.7.    Loitering by criminal street gangs.

Article 2 - Curfew

45.2.1.    Curfew restrictions for minors.

45.2.2.    Daytime loitering by minors.

45.2.3.    Definitions.

45.2.4.    Penalties.

45.2.5.    Costs of enforcement.

45.2.6.    Repealed by O-3449.

Article 3 - Firearms; Weapons

45.3.1.    Repealed by O-3777.

45.3.2.    Repealed by O-3777.

45.3.3.    Repealed by O-3777.

45.3.4.    Repealed by O-3777.

45.3.5.    Repealed by O-3777.

45.3.6.    Firearms, air guns, etc. in possession of minors.

45.3.7.    Discharge of firearms.

45.3.8.    Discharge of air rifles.

45.3.9.    Shooting of arrows.

45.3.10.    Peace officer.

45.3.11.    Protection of life.

45.3.12.    Target ranges.

Article 4 - Drunkenness; Intoxication; Public Conduct

45.4.1.    Definitions.

45.4.2.    Alcohol consumption in public places.

45.4.3.    Drunkenness in public places.

45.4.4.    Occupant of motor vehicle.

45.4.5.    Exposure of bare female breasts prohibited.

45.4.6.    Spitting on sidewalks, public buildings, etc.

45.4.7.    Public excretion prohibited.

45.4.8.    Possession of opened alcoholic beverage container on posted premises of off-sale alcoholic beverage licensee prohibited.

45.4.9.    Posting of premises licensed for the retail off-sale of packaged alcoholic beverages.

Article 5 - Exhibitions, Contests, Amusement and Gambling Devices

45.5.1.    Contests, exhibitions, etc.; bullfighting, etc. prohibited.

45.5.2.    Contests, exhibitions, rodeos, etc. exempt.

45.5.3.    Contests, exhibitions; prohibitions under State law.

45.5.4.    Gambling devices.

45.5.5.    Poolrooms and billiard halls.

45.5.6.    Permitting minors to play in poolrooms or billiard halls.

45.5.7.    Punchboards.

45.5.8.    Gambling.

45.5.9.    Permitting gambling.

Article 6 - Miscellaneous Offenses

45.6.1.    Repealed by O-3087.

45.6.2.    Repealed by O-3783 and O-3784.

45.6.3.    Music in public places from 2:00 A.M. and 6:00 A.M.

45.6.4.    Speeches, lectures, etc. in streets, parks, etc. permit required.

45.6.5.    Placing advertising, etc. material on City-owned property.

45.6.6.    Tents not to be used for living or sleeping.

45.6.7.    Gas, turning on or reconnecting service.

45.6.8.    Refrigerators, iceboxes, trunks, etc., abandoning etc.

45.6.9.    Steam and internal engines; permit required to operate without muffler; muffler.

45.6.10.    Repealed by O-3777.

45.6.11.    Wells, cisterns, excavations in ground, etc.; uncapped or uncovered generally.

45.6.12.    Same: fences or barricades to be provided.

45.6.13.    Same; gates, etc. in enclosing fence to be secured.

45.6.14.    Fencing of swimming pools.

45.6.15.    Electric or barbed wire fences.

45.6.16.    Consumption of organic solvents prohibited.

45.6.17.    Same; exception.

45.6.18.    Operating motor vehicle on vacant property and parking lots.

45.6.19.    Blocking of crossing by trains.

45.6.20.    Device to automatically deliver a recorded message to a telephone subscriber without his consent prohibited.

45.6.21.    Operating vehicles on private or public property.

45.6.22.    Responsibility of owners in renting to minor.

45.6.23.    Trash bins.

45.6.24.    Operation of hang gliders.

45.6.25.    Hypnotism, practice and teaching.

45.6.26.    Repealed by O-3252.

45.6.27.    Fireworks prohibited.

45.6.28.    Sail-powered conveyance.

45.6.29.    Removal of graffiti.

45.6.30.    Spray paint container.

45.6.31.    Possession of graffiti implements.

Article 7 - Obscene and Harmful Literature

45.7.1.    Definitions.

45.7.2.    Obscene literature prohibited.

45.7.3.    Presence at obscene display prohibited.

45.7.4.    Distribution of harmful material to minors prohibited.

45.7.5.    Proof of age.

45.7.6.    Seizure by law enforcement officer.

Article 8 - Public Display of Sexually-Oriented Matter

45.8.1.    Definitions.

45.8.2.    Sexually-oriented matter a public nuisance.

45.8.3.    Hearing for sexually-oriented matter.

45.8.4.    Failure to abate.

45.8.5.    Appeals.

45.8.6.    Definitions.

45.8.7.    Display of sexually explicit materials in business premises open to minors.

45.8.8.    Grounds for revocation of business license.

Article 9 - Public Nudity

45.9.1.    Nudity on public property prohibited.

Article 10 - Dust and Mud

45.10.1.    Public nuisance.

45.10.2.    Notice to appear.

45.10.3.    Hearing.

45.10.4.    Order.

45.10.5.    Enforcement of order.

Article 11 - Display of Narcotics Paraphernalia

45.11.1.    Definition.

45.11.2.    Permitting minor in display room prohibited.

45.11.3.    Entry of minor in display room prohibited.

45.11.4.    Separate posted display room.

45.11.5.    Article not applicable to prescription drugs.

Article 12 - Cable Television Services

45.12.1.    Franchise required.

45.12.2.    Unauthorized connection prohibited.

45.12.3.    Reselling service prohibited.

45.12.4.    Tampering with equipment prohibited.

45.12.5.    Interference with cable service prohibited.

45.12.6.    Payments to permit service prohibited.

45.12.7.    Charges to tenants for service prohibited.

45.12.8.    Protection of property permitted.

45.12.9.    Risks assumed by grantee.

Article 13 - Nudity in Public Bars and Restaurants

45.13.1.    Waiters, waitresses and entertainers.

45.13.2.    Exposure of female breasts.

45.13.3.    Procuring public exposure.

45.13.4.    Exception; theatrical performances.

Article 14 - Repealed by O-3247

Article 15 - Regulation of Smoking in Designated Enclosed Public Places and Workplaces

45.15.010.    Smoking regulations on City property.

Article 16 - Alcoholic Beverages - Warning Signs

45.16.1.    Consuming alcoholic beverages during pregnancy.

Article 17 - Speed Contests - Spectators

45.17.1.    Definitions.

45.17.2.    Spectator at illegal speed contest or exhibitions of speed - violation.

Chapter 6 - Noise Regulation

Article 1 - General Provisions

46.1.1.    Declaration of policy.

46.1.2.    Definitions.

46.1.3.    Measurements.

Article 2 - Special Noise Sources

46.2.1.    Radios, television sets and similar devices.

46.2.2.    Hawkers and peddlers.

46.2.3.    Drums.

46.2.4.    Schools, hospitals and churches.

46.2.5.    Animals and fowl.

46.2.6.    Machinery, equipment, fans and air conditioning.

46.2.7.    Oil production equipment.

Article 3 - Construction

46.3.1.    Construction of buildings and projects.

46.3.2.    Operation of oil equipment.

46.3.3.    Acoustical blankets.

Article 4 - Vehicles

46.4.1.    Vehicle repairs.

46.4.2.    Motor driven vehicles.

Article 5 - Amplified Sound

46.5.1.    Purpose.

46.5.2.    Application required.

46.5.3.    Regulations.

Article 6 - Train Horns and Whistles

46.6.1.    Excessive sound prohibited.

Article 7 - General Noise Regulations

46.7.1.    General noise regulations.

46.7.2.    Noise limits.

46.7.3.    Exceptions.

Article 8 - Airport Noise Limits

46.8.1.    Violations unlawful.

46.8.2.    Extended Airport boundaries defined.

46.8.3.    Take-off defined.

46.8.4.    Landing defined.

46.8.5.    Sound exposure level.

46.8.6.    SENEL.

46.8.7.    Maximum sound level defined.

46.8.8.    Aircraft noise limit.

46.8.9.    Aircraft noise limit at night.

46.8.10.    Aircraft noise exemption.

46.8.11.    Culpability of instructor pilot.

46.8.12.    Culpability of aircraft owner or lessee.

46.8.13.    Denial of use of Airport.

46.8.14.    Presumption of aircraft noise violation.

46.8.15.    Designated enforcement official.

Chapter 7 - Public Health Code

Article 1 - General

47.1.1.    Adoption of Public Health Code.

Article 2 - Amendments to Public Health Code

47.2.1.    Tattooing establishments.

47.2.2.    Rubbish.

47.2.3.    Burial of offensive material.

47.2.4.    Housing and general requirements.

47.2.5.    Personal cleanliness and attire.

47.2.6.    Readoption of County Code; food facility grading.

Chapter 8 - Regulations for Dust Producing Substances

Article 1 - Definitions and Scope

48.1.1.    Dust.

48.1.2.    Construction near residential zone.

48.1.3.    Stockpiling near street or highway.

48.1.4.    Control of dust.

48.1.5.    Height requirements.

48.1.6.    Stockpile of material.

48.1.7.    Regulations for removal or reduction of stockpile.

48.1.8.    Moving material.

48.1.9.    Trees and shrubs.

48.1.10.    Approval of plans.

Chapter 9 - Conduct in Public Parks

Article 1 - Definitions

49.1.1.    Definitions.

Article 2 - Use of Parks

49.2.1.    Hours of operation.

49.2.2.    Fires prohibited.

49.2.3.    Areas restricted.

49.2.4.    Use of restrooms.

49.2.5.    Recreation swimming.

49.2.6.    Consumption and possession of alcoholic beverages.

49.2.7.    Use of parks.

49.2.8.    Parking of vehicles, carts, etc. from which food products or merchandise are sold.

49.2.9.    Parking of vehicles in public parks and parking lots servicing public parks between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m.

49.2.10.    Special events at Wilson Park.

49.2.11.    Smoking prohibited in parks.

Article 3 - Permit for Exclusive Use of Parks

49.3.1.    When permit required.

49.3.2.    Permit application.

49.3.3.    Permit issuance.

49.3.4.    Appeals.

49.3.5.    Exhibition of permit.

49.3.6.    Interference with permittees.

49.3.7.    Effect of permit.

49.3.8.    Permit revocation.

Chapter 10 - Stormwater and Urban Runoff Pollution Control

Article 1 - General

410.1.010.    Definitions.

410.1.015.    Authority to enforce and implement.

410.1.020.    Illicit discharges prohibited.

410.1.030.    Illicit connections prohibited.

410.1.040.    Control of pollutants from sites of industrial or commercial activity.

410.1.050.    Spills, dumping and disposal prohibited.

410.1.060.    Best management practices required.

410.1.070.    Construction activity stormwater measures.

410.1.080.    Violations.

410.1.090.    Notices of violation; administrative orders; and progressive enforcement.

410.1.100.    Nuisances.

410.1.110.    Remedies not exclusive.

410.1.120.    Inspections; searches.

410.1.121.    Requirement to sample or monitor.

410.1.130.    Fees.

Chapter 11 - Low Impact Development Strategies for Development and Redevelopment

411.1.010.    Limits of Chapter.

411.1.020.    Objectives of Chapter.

411.1.030.    Scope of Chapter.

411.1.040.    Definitions.

411.1.050.    Applicability.

411.1.060.    Effective date.

411.1.070.    Stormwater pollution control requirements.

411.1.080.    Inspections.

411.1.090.    Fees.

411.1.100.    Waiver.

Chapter 12 - Torrance Certified Farmers’ Market Revised 4/19

Article 1 - Rules and Regulations Revised 4/19

412.1.1.    Adoption of rules and regulations. Revised 4/19

412.1.2.    Penalties and violations.

Chapter 13 - Medicinal Cannabis and Adult-Use Cannabis

413.1.010.    Definitions.

413.1.020.    Prohibited activities.

413.1.030.    Exceptions.

413.1.040.    Use or activity prohibited by State or Federal law.

413.1.050.    Public nuisance.

Chapter 14 - Sidewalk Vendors Added Ord. 3851

Chapter 15 - Cottage Food Added Ord. 3852

Chapter 16 - Temporary Prohibition of No-Fault Evictions Added Ord. 3854