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The City Council adopted the Ordinance on April 1, 2010.
A single-family dwelling, two-family dwelling, multifamily dwelling, dormitory, boardinghouse, lodging house, tourist house, rooming unit or combination of any such dwelling unit as defined herein.
A property must first be registered and then pass an interior and exterior inspection.
Registration of every residential rental property must be renewed annually on or before June 1st.
An RCO must be renewed and/or updated when:
Prior to occupancy or at least once every two (2) years or upon change of occupancy.
Uncorrected violations that pose immediate threat to the health, safety and welfare of the occupants must be requested and passed prior to the tenant occupying the property. Uncorrected violations that do not pose immediate threat to the health, safety and welfare of the occupants, the city administrator or designee may authorize the occupancy of the premises for a period not to exceed ninety (90) days.
Inspections will cover the requirements of city and state life safety, health, fire and zoning codes.
Yes, by filing a complaint the tenant may request an inspection.