Sec. 6-184.  Structures damaged by fire, flood, wind, disaster or other calamity.


Any structure becoming uninhabitable, unusable or unoccupiable as a result of fire, flood, wind, disaster or other calamity shall be completely repaired within one (1) year of the fire, flood, wind, disaster or other calamity.  If repairs are not completed within one (1) year, the structure shall be inspected by the code official.  If following the inspection, the structure is determined to be uninhabitable, unusable or unoccupiable by the code official or director of planning and development, the structure shall be demolished by the owner of the property.  In the event the structure and premises upon which the structure is located are in separate ownership, then both the owner of the structure and the owner of the premises shall be responsible for said removal.  Any appeal of the code official and/or director of planning and development's decision shall be governed by the appeal provisions contained in the property maintenance code adopted by the city.  


Source: Ord. No. 4975, 2, 9-17-07; Ord. No. 5563, 31, 8-20-18;