A. The City may inspect property to determine compliance with this ordinance.
B. An inspector may expand the scope of any inspection to include other City Code violations noted during inspection.
C. Exempted from the operation of this ordinance is large, remote acreage in its natural state, acreage impossible to service with large machinery due to its terrain, property used for governmental purposes, and industrially and commercially zoned areas to the extent zoning permits storage of material ordinarily prohibited by this ordinance. This exemption is not operable when actual and probable danger exists.
D. All inspections shall be conducted in compliance with the Constitutions of the United States and the State of Arizona.
E. If upon inspection, one or more violations of Section 39-5 exists, the owner or responsible party will be required to correct all violations within a reasonable amount of time. If the building, dwelling or dwelling unit is unoccupied or becomes unoccupied, future occupancy will be prohibited until a compliance letter is issued by the City. It shall be incumbent upon the City to reinspect for the purpose of reoccupancy within two business days of the receipt of a written request by the owner.
F. The City may charge reasonable fees to the owner and responsible party of a property for inspections, including their related activities and administrative functions, other than the initial inspection and the final inspection, conducted pursuant to this chapter. (Ord. No. G-3859, § 3; Ord. No. G-4079, § 8, 1998; Ord. No. G-4266, § 7, 2000; Ord. No. G-4370, § 3, 2001; Ord. No. G-5353, § 7, 2009)