c. Defective or lack of weather protection for exterior wall coverings, including lack of paint, or weathering due to lack of paint or other approved protective covering.
d. Broken, rotted, split or buckled exterior wall coverings or roof covering.
(8) Fire hazard, which shall include, but not be limited to, any building [or] portion thereof, device, apparatus, equipment, combustible waste, or vegetation which, in the opinion of the chief of the fire department or the chief's deputy, is in such a condition as to cause a fire or explosion arising from any cause.
(9) Faulty materials of construction, which shall include all materials of construction except those which are specifically allowed or approved by this chapter and which have been adequately maintained in good and safe condition.
(10) Hazardous or unsanitary premises, which shall include, but not be limited to, those premises on which an accumulation of weeds, vegetation, junk, dead organic matter, debris, garbage, offal, rat harborages, stagnant water, combustible materials and similar materials or conditions constitute fire, health or safety hazards.
(11) Inadequate maintenance, which shall include, but not be limited to, any building or portion thereof which is determined to be an unsafe building in accordance with any applicable building code or article VI of this chapter.
(12) Inadequate exits, which shall include, but not be limited to, all buildings or portions thereof not provided with adequate exit facilities as required by this Code, except those buildings or portions thereof whose exit facilities conformed with all applicable laws at the time of their construction and which have been adequately maintained and increased in relation to any increase in occupant load, alteration or addition, or any change in occupancy. When an unsafe condition exists through lack of or improper location of exits, additional exits may be required to be installed.
(13) Inadequate fire protection or firefighting equipment, which shall include, but not be limited to, all buildings or portions thereof which are not provided with the fire-resistive construction or fire extinguishing systems or equipment required by this Code, except those buildings or portions thereof which conformed with all applicable laws at the time of their construction and whose fire-resistive integrity and fire extinguishing systems or equipment have been adequately maintained and improved in relation to any increase in occupant load, alteration or addition or any change in occupancy.
(14) Improper occupancy, which shall include all buildings or portions thereof occupied for living, sleeping, cooking or eating purposes which were not designed or intended to be used for such occupancies.
(15) Lack of storage space, which shall include all buildings or portions thereof not provided with the storage and storage space required by this article or which do not have the porch roof protection required hereunder.
(16) Accessory structures. Buildings or accessory structures of any type of construction, including carports, shed, detached and/or attached garages, patios, porches and exterior attachments permitted by the applicable building code, and all roofs, exterior walls and all other structural components of the buildings must be free of:
a. Peeling paint. If over fifty (50) per cent of the building has peeling paint, the entire building will be scraped and repainted. If less than fifty (50) per cent, then the affected areas will be scraped and repainted.
b. Broken windows. All broken glass will be replaced or the opening secured in an acceptable manner with plywood or another acceptable material.
c. Missing or deteriorated or rotted siding, panels, brick, etc., [which] will be repaired with comparable materials if damaged.
d. Nonfunctioning garage doors. All garage doors will be maintained in a secured manner, fully capable of opening and closing, and, if damaged, must be repaired with comparable materials.
e. Inadequate roofs. All roofs shall be maintained to be structurally sound and free of leaks.
f. Faulty or hazardous electrical wiring. All electrical wiring, fixtures and outlets must meet the minimum requirements of the applicable building code as adopted by the city at the time of construction, and be maintained in a manner to remain free of any electrical hazards.
g. Insufficient exterior attachments. All must be maintained in good repair and be properly anchored.
(Ord. No. 5059, § 1, 12-15-92; Ord. No. 5679, § 2, 10-15-96; Ord. No. 7746, § 1, 3-4-08)