CHAPTER 14B. GRAFFITI CONTROL.
Article II. Abatement, Notice, Hearing, Appeals.
Sec. 14B-2-2. Summary abatement.
(a) Graffiti located on privately owned structures on privately owned real
property within the city so as to be capable of being viewed by a person
utilizing any public right-of-way, may be removed by the city at the
owner’s expense as a public nuisance after expiration of the voluntary
abatement period as described in Section 14B-2-3. In the event that a hearing is
requested, the city may remove the graffiti after securing the consent of the
owner or occupier of the property with the responsibility for such costs to be
determined through the hearing/appeal process.
(b) Whenever the chief of
police or his/her designated representative is apprised of the presence of
graffiti located on privately owned real property within the city, the chief of
police or his/her designated representative may cause a written notice to abate
such graffiti to be served upon the occupier of the affected premises and the
owner thereof as such owner’s name and address appears on the last
equalized assessment roll. (Ord. No. 1181, (part); Ord. No. 1470,