Section 11-224 Inspecting private property.
Prior to the adoption of 16982 on 09/01/2001, Section 11-224 read as follows.
Any growth of weeds on any lot or ground is hereby declared
to be a nuisance. The term
"weeds" shall include:
(1) All vegetation which shall have
attained a height of twelve (12) inches or more and
which meets any one of the following tests:
which may exhale unpleasant or noxious odors.
which transmits pollen into the air at any stage of maturity
which shall or could conceal or invite deposits of trash or other material or
which shall or could afford food or harborage for rodents, insects or reptiles.
which is commonly known and recognized as weeds and grasses.
which shall interfere with the passage of motor vehicles, bicycles and/or
pedestrians upon any public right-of-way by blocking, screening or obscuring the sight distance
of the drivers of such vehicles, the driver's ability to observe vehicular traffic at or near any side
street, intersection, driveway entrance or other point from which vehicular or pedestrian traffic
may enter upon or cross any street, or other public right-of-way, or the sight distance and/or
ability of any pedestrian to observe vehicular traffic before entering or crossing any street or
other public right-of-way.
(2) Poison ivy, poison oak and poison
sumac, at any height or stage of maturity.
(Code 1964, § 10.6020)