4.29.402 Landscaping Requirements.
a. It is hereby declared a public nuisance for any person owning, leasing, occupying or having charge or possession of any property to maintain such property in such a manner that any one or more of the following described conditions are found to exist:
i. Overgrown, diseased, dead or decayed trees, shrubbery, weeds, lawns or other vegetation that:
(1) Constitutes a fire hazard or other condition that is dangerous to the public peace, health, safety, welfare; or
(2) Creates the potential for the harboring of rats, vermin, vector, or other similar nuisances; or
(3) Is overgrown onto a public right-of-way at least six (6) inches.
ii. Any trees, shrubbery, or other vegetation that overhang onto streets and sidewalks and are not trimmed or maintained in accordance with the following standards:
(1) At least twelve (12) feet above the street and gutter along streets which are not used for bus routes.
(2) At least eight (8) feet above the entire sidewalk.
(3) At least sixteen (16) feet above the street and gutter along streets which are used for bus routes.
iii. Any trees, shrubbery or other vegetation that is completely dead, over eight (8) inches in height and covers more than fifty percent (50%) of the front or side yard visible from any public street.
iv. A violation of any landscaping requirement under an applicable development permit.
b. A property on which the improved surface of the property exceeds 50% of the front yard area setback (including the driveway).
c. A property on which the unimproved surfaces are not maintained in good condition or repair, including without limitation any property which contains excessive weeds, rubbish or debris. Landscaping shall be installed and maintained in any unimproved portion of the front and side yards that is visible from any public right of way. If only Decorative Landscaping is used to meet the requirements of this section, "Weed Block" shall also be used.
Just want to make sure that we are talking about the same violation code. Is the above correct?