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HOUSE RULES

CASA AZUL

1313 SEAL WAY, SEAL BEACH, CA

HOUSE RULES:

  1. CHECK IN TIME ON DAY OF ARRIVAL, 3PM.
  2. CHECK OUT TIME ON DAY OF DEPARTURE, 12:00 noon.
  3. MINIMUM AGE OF RENTER, 25 YEARS OLD AND MUST BE PRESENT FOR THE ENTIRE STAY.
  4. MAXIMUM NUMBER OF GUEST, 4. ADDITIONAL DAILY GUESTS, MAXIMUM 4. CONTACT DON CAVANAUGH IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS.
  5. TRASH PICK-UP MONDAY AND THURSDAYS, EXCEPT HOLIDAYS.
  6. PAY STRICT ATTENTION TO PARKING SIGNS FOR STREET SWEEPING DAYS (NORMALLY MONDAY AND THURSDAY).
  7. IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY PLEASE DIAL 911, FOR NON-EMERGENCY CONTACT DON CAVANAUGH 24/7 ( (949) 939-2854 ).
  8. MINIMUM STAY 3 NIGHTS. NO ANIMALS ALLOWED.
  9. THE CITY OF SEAL BEACH CONSTRUCTS A BERM TYPICALLY FROM THANKSGIVING TO EASTER EACH YEAR, SEE THE PHOTO ALBUM. THE BERM IS AT THE CITIES DESCREATION. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE BERM PLEASE CHECK OUT THIS VIDEO. 

SEE ATTACHED TITLE 7 AND CITY EMERGENCY SERVICES NUMBERS

About City of Seal Beach Emergency Contact Numbers:

ABOUT US:

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NEW TO SEAL BEACH:

Welcome to Seal Beach! We are pleased that you chose our community for your new home or business location. Below you will find listings for some of the utilities and services that you may find helpful to you as you begin your home or business life in our wonderful City. Additional listings for City services can be found on this website under the various menu headings. Please browse our website and if you are unable to find what you are looking for, please call City Hall at (562) 431-2527.

UTILITIES:

ELECTRICITY

  1. Southern California Edison (http://www.sce.com

  2. Phone: (800) 655-4555

City of Seal Beach Emergency Contact Numbers:

Welcome to Seal Beach! We are pleased that you chose our community for your new home or business location. Below you will find listings for some of the utilities and services that you may find helpful to you as you begin your home or business life in our wonderful City. Additional listings for City services can be found on this website under the various menu headings. Please browse our website and if you are unable to find what you are looking for, please call City Hall at (562) 431-2527.

1: ELECTRICITY
  1. Southern California Edison (http://www.sce.com
  2. Phone: (800) 655-4555
2: GAS
  1. Southern California Gas Company (http://www.socalgas.com)
  2. Phone: (800) 427-2200
3: TELEPHONE
  1. Verizon (http://www.verizon.com)
  2. Verizon FiOS (http://fios verizon.com)
  3. Phone: (800) 483-4000
4: WATER
  1. City of Seal Beach Water Services (/Departments/Finance/Utility–Billing–Information)
  2. Phone: (562) 431-2527 1309
5: CABLE
  1. Time Warner (http://www.timewarnercable.com)
  2. Phone: (888) 892-2253
6: TRASH
  1. Republic Services (http://www.republicservices.com/site/los-angeles-ca/en/pages/sealbeach.aspx)
  2. Phone: (800) 299-4898
1: CITY HALL
  1. 211 8th  Street, Seal Beach, CA 90740
  2.  Phone: (562) 431-2527
2: POLICE
  1. Seal Beach Police Department (/departments/police) 911 Seal Beach Blvd, Seal Beach, CA 90740

  2. Phone: (562) 799-4100

  3. FOR EMERGENCIES, PLEASE CALL 9-1-1
  4. FOR NONEMERGENCY NEEDS, CALL (562) 594-7232
3: FIRE
  1. Orange County Fire Authority (http://www.ocfa.org)
  2. Phone: (714) 573-6000
  3. Division 1 Chief Ken Cruz
  4. Phone: (714) 573-6000
  5. Seal Beach Fire Station No. 44 (http://www.ocfa.org/Menu/Departments/Operations/PopUps/stn44.html)
  6. 718 Central Avenue, Seal Beach, CA 90740 (Central & 8th Street)
  7. Phone: (562) 431-0648
  8. Seal Reach Fire Station No. 48 (http://www.ocfa.org/Menu/Departments/Operations/PopUps/stn48.html)
  9. 3131 North Gate Road, Seal Beach, CA 90740 (Seal Beach Blvd, & 405 Freeway)
  10. Phone: (562) 430-0415
  11. City of Long Beach Animal Care Services (http://www.longbeach.gov/acs/default.asp)
  12. Phone: (562) 570-7387
4: HOSPITALS
  1. Long Beach Memorial (http://www.memorialcare.org/long-beach-memorial)

  2. 2801 Atlantic Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90806
  3. Phone: (562) 933-2000
  4. Los Alamitos Medical Center (http://www.losalamitosmedctr.com/en-US/Pages/default.aspx)
  5. 3751 Katella Avenue, Los Alamitos, CA 90720
  6. Phone: (562) 598-1311
5: CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (/ABOUT-US/CHAMBER-OF-COMMERCE)
  1. 201 8th Street, Ste. 110
  2. Seal Beach, CA 90740
  3. Phone: (562) 799-0179
  4. Fax: (562) 795-5637
6: NEWSPAPERS
  1. Sun Newspaper (http://www.sunnews.org/)
  2. 216 Main Street, Seal Beach, CA 90740
  3. Phone: (562) 430-7555
  4. Golden Rain News (http://lwsb ahn09.com/lwsbmaster/item list.asp?subcat=71&subtitle=New)
  5. Phone: (562) 430-0534
  6. Orange County Register (http://www.ocregister.com/)
7: Home Delivery
  1. customerservice@ocregister.com (mailto:customerservice@ocregister.com)/Phone: (877) 627-7009
8: OCRegister.com & E-Register
  1. epaper@ocregister.com (mailto:epaper@ocregister.com)/ Phone: (800) 946-9449
9: Register Connect
  1. connect@ocregister.com (mailto:connect@ocregister.com) / Phone: (714) 796-7875
10: General Inquiries
  1. customerservice@ocregister.com (mailto customerservice@ocregister.com) / Phone: (877) 469-7344 

11: PARKING
  1. (/DEPARTMENTS/POLICE/DIVISIONS #TRAFFICDIVISION)
  2. PARKS & FACILITIES (/ABOUTUS/PARKSFACILITIES)

12: SCHOOLS (/ABOUTUS/EDUCATION).

  1. VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES (/ABOUTUS/VOLUNTEEROPPORTUNITIES)

CITY HALL 211 EIGHTH STREET, SEAL BEACH, CA 90740 (562) 431-2527 

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HOW TO BE A GOOD SHORT-TERM NEIGHBOR IN SEAL BEACH:

Welcome from the City of Seal Beach 

Seal Beach is a worldclass destination known for its smalltown feel and wide, sandy beaches. We are pleased that you have chosen to spend your vacation with us, and hope you enjoy your time here!

Like many of our visitors, you have rented a house or room for your own unique experience. The greatest benefit of this choice is the experience you will gain staying in one of our beautiful residential neighborhoods, and feeling like a local. You are among permanent residents who value this quaint, quiet, and safe place to live. We need your help in preserving that peace. Being a vacation renter also means being a good neighbor.

Being a Good Neighbor 

We understand you are on vacation and here to relax, but please do not create excessive noise or engage in disorderly conduct. A little consideration goes a long way to ensure that the neighborhood remains safe and quiet. We ask you to please observe the following City of Seal Beach Rules and Regulations for Short Term Rentals.

Please be respectful of your neighbors and limit the noise coming from the property to the hours between 10:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m. Quiet hours exist after 10:00 p.m. so please do not have any outside noise during that time (7.15.015 SBMC & 7.15.020 SBMC).

Only one vehicle per bedroom is allowed at the property at any given time. Please utilize the driveway and/or garage parking prior to utilizing spots on the street.

The maximum overnight occupancy of the shortterm rental shall be limited to two (2) persons 

per bedroom plus two (2) additional persons within the shortterm rental. In no event may the maximum occupancy exceed twelve (12) persons in any shortterm rental.

Trash shall not be left stored where it is visible from the street and sidewalk. Sufficient trash containers are provided for your use by the property owner.

Shortterm rentals shall be used only for overnight lodging accommodations, not parties, weddings, or other events. Please keep in mind that you may be cited or fined by the City for creating a disturbance. The surrounding neighbors have been given a 24hour hotline to report a complaint in an effort to ensure that the neighborhood is kept quiet and peaceful. The owner or agent you are renting from will be able to answer any questions you may have concerning these rules and regulations. We hope you enjoy your stay in beautiful Seal Beach!

PRESS RELEASE:

Seal Beach Police Department 

911 Seal Beach Boulevard, Seal Beach, CA 90740

July 7, 2022

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 

Contact: Lieutenant Nick Nicholas

(562) 799-4100 ext.

1160 nnicholas@sealbeachca.gov

UPDATED SEAL BEACH TSUNAMI HAZARD AREA MAP

Seal Beach, CA The California Geological Survey (CGS) has released a new Tsunami Hazard Area map for Orange County, useful for evacuation planning in an extraordinary event

The map allows users to type in an address to determine whether the property is within a tsunami hazard area. Local tsunami evacuation material will be added to the online map interface as it is developed

Working with the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES), these Tsunami Hazard Area maps include new data and improved computer modeling results, and replace maps published by CGS in 2009. The new maps are not only based on how far inland a surge of seawater might go in a worstcase scenario but also include minor inland buffersto roads and landmarks to clarify where people must evacuate to be safe. These buffer areas also account for potential errors and uncertainties in the modeling

While the new map for Orange County takes a variety of potential tsunami sources into account, the worstcase scenario would result from a magnitude 9.3 earthquake in the eastern Aleutian Islands

The City of Seal Beach is a Tsunami Ready Community. This is a national certification issued by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the National Weather Service (NWS). To be recognized as a Tsunami Ready Community there are a variety of criteria that must be met. They are

  • Establish a 24hour warning point and emergency operations center 
  • Have more than one way to receive tsunami warnings and alert the public
  • Promote public readiness through community education and distribution of information
  • Develop a formal tsunami plan, which includes holding emergency exercises
  • Comply with TsunamiReady guidelines 

In partnership with Cal OES, NOAA, and Chapman University the Tsunami Evacuation Map located at a kiosk at the base of the pier will be updated in the next few weeks with the updated map (attached) as well as a second kiosk installed in the First Street Beach lot

The maps will also be made available here: https://sealbeachpd.com/emergency- preparedness/

Seal Beach Police Sergeant Brian Gray is the Emergency Services Coordinator for the City of Seal Beach. Although Sergeant Gray is assigned to the Police Department, he oversees Emergency Management for the entire City of Seal Beach

Emergency management is dealing with and avoiding disasters. Disasters can be natural, such as earthquakes, floods, and severe storms, or manmade, such as major transportation accidents, fires, and terrorism. Regardless of the cause of the disaster, emergency management is intended to be comprehensive to prepare for, mitigate, respond to, and recover from any disaster. There are four phases of emergency management that make up the emergency life cycle: mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery. These phases represent the various elements of a disaster. All phases are interconnected, and everyone has responsibilities in all four phases

For additional information or questions about emergency preparedness, please contact

Emergency Services Coordinator Sergeant Brian Gray at (562) 799-4100 ext. 1658 or bgray@sealbeachca.gov

SHORT-TERM RENTAL AGREEMENT:

I. The Parties
This Short-Term Rental Agreement (“Agreement”) made on ______________ is between the following:
Individual(s) known as _________________________ and _____________________________ with a mailing address the same as the Property Address. (“Tenant(s)”)
AND
A business entity known as 1313 Seal Way, LLC with a mailing address of 1313 Seal Way, Seal Beach, California, 90740 (“Landlord”).
Landlord and Tenant(s) (“Parties”) agree to the following terms and conditions:
II. The Property
The Tenant(s) agrees to rent the residential dwelling described as a(n) single-family home with a mailing address of 1313 Seal Way, Seal Beach, California, 90740, (“Property”). The Property
consists of 2 bedroom(s) and has 2 bathroom(s), lower unit only.
III. Furnishings
The Property shall be furnished by the Landlord. Landlord shall provide the following furnishings as part of this Agreement:
Bedroom Set(s) – Including but not limited to beds, pillows, sheets, nightstands, and lighting fixtures.
Kitchenware – Including but not limited to pots, pans, utensils, cleaning supplies, and other everyday items that complete a kitchen set.
Living Room Set(s) – Including but not limited to couches, chairs, sofas, televisions, desks, and other common living room items.
IV. Parking
The Landlord shall provide parking passes as part of this Agreement in the form of a parking pass for street parking only. There shall be no fee for the parking passes.
V. Period and Guests
The total amount of individuals allowed to stay at the Property for any period will be limited to 4 people. In addition, the Tenant(s) are allowed to have a total number of 4 Guests on the Property.
VI. Start and End Dates
The term of this Agreement shall begin ________________ and end on __________________ (“Rental Period”).

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The Tenant(s) shall be allowed to check-in at 3 PM and check-out at 12:00 Noon on the start and end dates.
VII. Rent
The rent due by the Tenant(s) to the Landlord shall be in the amount of $350.00 per night during the Rental Period, $__________ for a total of __ nights, due prior to arrival. An additional 12% payable for City Tax. Total Due: $____________.
VIII. Security Deposit
The Tenant(s) shall be obligated to pay a Security Deposit in the amount of 20 % at signing of this lease. Balance due 30 days prior to arrival. Tenants may cancel this agreement 30 days prior to start date and deposit will be returned, less than 30 days’ notice until 15 days, 50% returned, less than 15 days prior to arrival tenants will forfeit their entire payment. Upon termination of this Agreement, the Landlord shall return the Security Deposit within a reasonable amount of time or in accordance with State law, whichever is longest, 21 days.
IX. Pets
Under no circumstance shall the Tenant(s) be allowed to have any type of pet on the Property unless a licensed physician has authorized its use due to a psychiatric or physical disability.
X. Fees, Taxes, and Deposit
The Tenant(s) shall be responsible for the following fee(s):
City of Seal Beach STR Tax: 12% Cleaning Fee – $250.00, due prior to arrival.
XI. Termination
Landlord has the right to inspect the premises with prior notice in accordance with applicable State laws. Should the Tenant(s) violate any of the terms of this agreement, the rental period shall be terminated immediately in accordance with State law. Tenant(s) waive all rights to process if they fail to vacate the premises upon termination of the rental period. Tenant(s) shall vacate the premises
at the expiration time and date of this agreement.
XII. Utilities
The Landlord shall be responsible for providing the following utilities: Cable TV, Electricity, Internet, Gas, Trash Collection, Water and Sewer.
XIII. Maintenance and Repairs
The Tenant(s) shall maintain the premises in a good, clean, and ready to rent condition, and use the premises only in a careful and lawful manner. Tenant(s) shall leave the premises in a ready to rent condition at the expiration of the rental agreement, defined by the Landlord as being immediately habitable by the next tenants. Tenant(s) shall pay for maintenance and repairs should the premises
be left in a lesser condition.

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Tenant(s) agree that the Landlord shall deduct from the Security Deposit prior to refund if tenants cause damage to the premises or its furnishings.

XIV. Trash
Landlord does not have any trash removal requirements for the Tenant(s).
XV. Subletting
Tenant(s) shall not be allowed to sublet the Property. If Landlord does allow the Tenant(s) the right to sublet, an amendment must be signed by both Landlord and Tenant(s) and shall be attached to this Agreement.
XVI. Quiet Enjoyment
The Tenants shall behave in a civilized manner and shall be good neighbors respecting the rights of the surrounding property owners. The Tenants shall not create noise or disturbances likely to disturb or annoy the surrounding property owners. Creating a disturbance of the above nature shall be grounds for immediate termination of this agreement and Tenants shall then immediately vacate the premises.
There is no set Quiet Time on the Property although the Tenant(s) shall be obligated to respect the quiet enjoyment other Tenant(s) and/or neighbors during the term of this Agreement
XVII. Smoking
Any and all forms of smoking shall not be permitted inside the Property. All smoking activities MUST occur outside.
XVIII. Landlord’s Liability
The Tenants and Tenants' Guests shall hereby indemnify and hold harmless the Landlord against any and all claims of personal injury or property damage or loss arising from use of the premises regardless of the nature of the accident, injury or loss. Tenant(s) expressly recognize that any insurance for property damage or loss which the Landlord may maintain on the property does not
cover the personal property of Tenant(s), and that Tenant(s) should purchase their own insurance for Tenant(s) and Guest(s) if such coverage is desired.
XIX. Attorney’s Fees
Tenants agree to pay all reasonable costs, attorneys fees and expenses that shall be made or incurred by Landlord enforcing this agreement.
XX. Use of Property
Tenant(s) expressly acknowledge and agree that this Agreement is for transient occupancy and that Tenant(s) do not intend to make the property a residence or household.

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XXI. Shortened Stays and Conditions
There shall be no refunds of rents due to shortened stays or ruined expectations because of weather conditions.

XXII. Showings
Not Applicable.
XXIII. Firearms
Only legally owned and permitted firearms shall be allowed on the premises in accordance with State and local laws, and landlord informed.
XXIV. Fireworks
The Parties agree that Fireworks and other hazardous materials may not be used in or around the Property.
XXV. Illegal Use
Tenant(s) shall use the property for legal purposes only and other use, such as but not limited to, illegal drug use, abuse of any person, harboring fugitives, etc. shall cause termination of this Agreement with no refund of rents or deposits.
XXVI. Fire Alarms
If the Property has fire alarms the Tenant(s) must notify the Landlord without delay if a fire alarm “chirps” or has a low battery condition.
XXVII. Keys
There shall be a total number of 2 keys given to the Tenant(s) at the time of possession. If Tenant(s) should lose any of the keys, there shall be a penalty for every set of keys lost in the amount of $100.
XXVIII. Possessions
Valuable items left behind by Tenant(s) will be held with every reasonable effort made to contact in order for a safe return. If items are not claimed for longer than 6 months they shall become the property of the Landlord. Landlord shall not be held liable for the condition of said items left by the Tenant(s).
XXIX. Notice
In the event written notice is required the Parties shall be recognized by the mailing addresses set forth in Section I of this Agreement.

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XXX. Landlord’s Contact
In the event the Landlord needs to be contacted immediately, the Tenant(s) shall use the following:
Don Cavanaugh
E-Mail: Cavanaugh.don@gmail.com
Telephone: (949) 939-2854
Or

Rebecca Araujo
E-Mail: jcrep7@hotmail.com
Telephone: (562) 280-4713

XXXI. Governing Law
This agreement is governed under the laws in the State where the Property is located.
XXXII. Lead-Based Disclosure
It is acknowledged by the Parties that the Property may have been constructed prior to 1978 requiring the Buyer and Seller to initial and sign the attached Lead-Based Paint Disclosure Form.
XXXIV. Disclosures
It is acknowledged by the Parties that the Property may have been constructed prior to 1978 requiring the Buyer and Seller to initial and sign the attached Lead-Based Paint Disclosure Form.
XXXV. Severability
In the event any provision or part of this Agreement is found to be invalid or unenforceable, only that particular provision or part so found, and not the entire Agreement, will be inoperative.
XXXVI. Entire Agreement
This Agreement together with any attached addendums or disclosures shall supersede any and all other prior understandings and agreements, either oral or in writing, between the parties with respect to the subject matter hereof and shall constitute the sole and only agreements between the parties with respect to the said Property. All prior negotiations and agreements between the parties
with respect to the Property hereof are merged into this Agreement. Each party to this Agreement acknowledges that no representations, inducements, promises, or agreements, orally or otherwise, have been made by any party or by anyone acting on behalf of any party, which are not embodied in this Agreement and that any agreement, statement or promise that is not contained in this Agreement shall not be valid or binding or of any force or effect.

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SIGNATURE AREA

Tenant’s Signature _____________________________ Date ______________

Tenant’s Signature _____________________________ Date ______________

Landlord’s Signature __________________________ Date ______________

Rebecca Araujo declares with her above-signature that she holds the legal power and authority on said property.

Lead-Based Paint Disclosure

Disclosure of Information on Lead-Based Paint and/or Lead-Based Paint Hazards Lead Warning Statement Housing built before 1978 may contain lead-based paint. Lead from paint, paint chips, and dust can pose health hazards if not managed properly. Lead exposure is especially harmful to young children and pregnant women. Before renting pre-1978 housing, lessors must disclose the
presence of known lead-based paint and/or lead-based paint hazards in the dwelling. Lessees must also receive a federally approved pamphlet on lead poisoning prevention.
Lessor’s Disclosure
(a) Presence of lead-based paint and/or lead-based paint hazards
(check (i) or (ii) below)
(i) ______ Known lead-based paint and/or lead-based paint hazards are present in the housing
(explain).____________________________________________________________
(ii) __X___ Lessor has no knowledge of lead-based paint and/or lead-based paint hazards in the housing.
(b) Records and reports available to the lessor
(check (i) or (ii) below)
(i) ______ Lessor has provided the lessee with all available records and reports pertaining to lead-based paint and/or lead-based paint hazards in the housing (list documents below).______________________________________________________________________
(ii) __X___ Lessor has no reports or records pertaining to lead-based paint and/or lead-based paint hazards in the housing.
Lessee’s Acknowledgment (initial)
(c) ________ Lessee has received copies of all information listed above.
(d) ________ Lessee has received the pamphlet Protect Your Family from Lead in Your Home.
Agent’s Acknowledgment (if any) (initial)
(e) ________ Agent has informed the lessor of the lessor’s obligations under 42 U.S.C. 4852(d) and is aware of his/her responsibility to ensure compliance.
Certification of Accuracy The following parties have reviewed the information above and certify, to the best of their knowledge, that the information they have provided is true and accurate.
One (3) of the Tenants is required to authorize.
Tenant’s Signature _____________________________ Date______________

Tenant’s Signature _____________________________ Date______________

TITLE 7-PUBLIC PEACE-MORALS AND WELFAR:

CHAPTER SECTION SUBJECT PAGE
7.05
Animals
7.05.005
Definitions
01
7.05.010
Penalty
01
7.05.015
Animal Control Officer
01
7.05.020
Animal Shelter
02
7.05.025
Animal Keeping (Ord 1551 - 2007)
02
7.05.030
Non-domestic Animal Permit
03
7.05.035
Cat or Dog Breed Permit
03
7.05.040
Dog License (Ord 1523 & 1533-2004)
03
7.05.045
Display of Dog License
04
7.05.050
Rabies Vaccination
04
7.05.055
At Large Requirements for Cats and Dog
05
7.05.060
Disposition of Impounded Cats and Dogs
05
7.05.065
Noisy Animals (Ord 1609-2011)
05
7.05.070
Transportation of Animals
06
7.05.075
Kennels
06
7.05.080
Sanitary Measures
06
7.05.085
Separation from Commercial Food
06
7.05.090
Blocking Public Places
06
7.05.095
Selling on Public Property
06
7.05.100
Feeding Wild Birds
06
7.05.105
At-Large Requirements for Miscellaneous Animals
07
7.05.110
Separation from Sensitive Uses
07
7.05.115
Bees
07
7.05.120
Prohibited Animals (Ord 1633-2013; Ord 1635-2014)
07
7.05.125
Dog Park (Ord 1523 & 1533-2004)
07
CHAPTER SECTION SUBJECT PAGE
7.10
Harmful Matter Displays
7.10.005
Definition
11
7.10.010
Blinder Rack Requirement
11
CHAPTER SECTION SUBJECT PAGE
7.15
Noise
7.15.005
County Code Adopted by Reference
13
7.15.010
Designated Noise Zones
13
7.15.015
Exterior Noise Standards
13
7.15.020
Interior Noise Standards
14
7.15.025
Exemptions
15
7.15.030
Schools, Hospitals and Churches
15
7.15.035
Heating, Venting, and Air Conditioning Equipment (Ord 1551-2007)
16
7.15.040
Motor Vehicle Burglar Alarms
16
CHAPTER SECTION SUBJECT PAGE
7.20
Miscellaneous Regulations
7.20.005
Definition
17
7.20.010
Consumption/Possession of Alcoholic Beverages in Public Places (Ord 1552-2007)
17
7.20.015
Glass Containers
17
7.20.020
Camping and Storage on City Property
17
7.20.025
Nighttime Curfew
18
7.20.030
Daytime Curfew
19
7.20.035
Public Nudity (Ord 1533-2004)
21
7.20.040
Gaming
22
7.20.045
Damaging City Property
23
7.20.050
Obedience to Official Signs
23
7.20.055
Firearms and Ammunition
23
7.20.060
Tobacco
23
7.20.065
Fireworks (Ord 1606-2011)
24
7.20.070
Skate Park Facilities
24
7.20.075
Signs on Public Property. Graffiti
25
7.20.085
Sleeping in Vehicles Overnight Prohibited (Ord 1551-2007)
26
CHAPTER SECTION SUBJECT PAGE
7.25
Parades
7.25.005
Definition
27
7.25.010
Permit Requirement
27
7.25.015
Permit Application
27
7.25.020
Approval or Denial of Permit
27
7.25.025
Demonstration Equipment.
28
7.25.030
Exemptions
28
CHAPTER SECTION SUBJECT PAGE
7.30
Water Wells
7.30.005
Definition
29
7.30.010
Well Standards Advisory Board
30
7.30.015
Acts Prohibited; Permit Required
31
7.30.020
Permits
31
7.30.025
Completion of Work
31
7.30.030
Notice; Cancellation or Denial of Permit
32
7.30.035
Notice; Wells Constituting a Public Nuisance
32
7.30.040
Immediate Abatement
32
7.30.045
Board Hearing
32
7.30.050
Abatement Costs a Special Assessment
32
7.30.055
Standards
33
CHAPTER SECTION SUBJECT PAGE
7.35
Public Nuisances
7.35.005
Definition
35
7.35.010
Public Nuisances Prohibited (Ord 1581-2008: Ord 1609-2011)
35
7.30.015
Each Day a Separate Offense
37
CHAPTER SECTION SUBJECT PAGE
7.40
Nuisance Abatement
7.40.005
Definitions
39
7.40.010
Abatement
39
7.40.015
Procedure
39
7.40.020
Additional Procedure for Removing Abandoned Vehicles (Ord 1577-2008)
41
7.40.025
Compliance
43
7.40.030
Failure to Comply: Abatement by City or Private Contractor
43
7.40.035
Cost Report Posting
44
7.40.040
Cost Report Hearing
44
7.40.045
Special Assessment and Lien
44
7.40.050
Collection of Costs.
44
7.40.055
Refunds
45
CHAPTER SECTION SUBJECT PAGE
7.45
Noise Disturbances
7.45.005
Prohibition
47
7.45.010
Liability for Costs of Subsequent Responses
47
7.45.015
Liability of Parents and Guardians
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7.50
Special Events
7.50.005
Scope
49
7.50.010
Definitions
49
7.45.015
Liability of Parents and Guardians
49
7.50.020
Procedure
49
7.50.025
Standard Regulations
51
7.50.030
Permit Revocation
52
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7.55
Park Use Restrictions
7.55.005
Park Use Provisions
53
7.55.010
Park Use Restrictions (Ord 1538 - 2005; Ord 1591-2010).
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7.60
Tennis Center Regulations
7.60.005
Definition
55
7.60.010
Entering Tennis Center When Closed to Public
55
7.60.015
Obstructions in Pathways
55
7.60.020
Animals Prohibited.
56
7.60.025
Wheeled Devices Prohibited
56
7.60.030
Parking Lot Restrictions
56
7.60.035
Prohibited Conduct
56
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7.65
Residency Restrictions on Registered Sex Offenders (Ord 1597-2010)
7.65.005
Definition
57
7.65.010
Residency Restriction
58
7.65.015
Residency with Other Registered Sex Offenders
58
7.65.020
Penalties
58
7.65.025
State Law
58
CHAPTER SECTION SUBJECT PAGE
7.70
Child Safety Zone (Ord 1615-2012)
7.70.005
Purpose and Intent.
59
7.70.015
Child Safety Zone
59
7.70.020
Prohibition
59
7.70.025
Penalties for Violation.
59
7.70.030
Other Prosecution Authorized
60