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Thursday, July 2, 2009

Some things you can't do in Long Beach...

Thought I would post a partial list of the "most common life-safety and quality of life Long Beach Municipal Code Violations" otherwise known as the list of things you cannot do in Long Beach. If you see any of these violations, please call my office at 562.570-6932 and we'll send out Code Enforcement to cite the offender:

  • Discharge fireworks
  • Obstruction/storage blocking ingress and egress
  • Locked, latched, chained exist doors prevent egress
  • No exit sign
  • Inoperable smoke detector or fire extinguisher (for business)
  • Excessive fuels (over 5 gallons) stored in dwellings or garages
  • Weeds or unsightly debris visable to public view
  • Abandoned, boarded up buildings
  • Broken windows
  • Overgrown vegetation
  • Junk in front or side yard
  • Trash cans stored in front or side yard visible from street
  • Graffiti
  • Garage conversion
  • Extension cords used as a substitute for permanent wiring
  • Spitting/discharging mucus from nose or mouth on sidewalk or public place
  • Vandalism
  • Possession of alcohol in public park
  • Juvenile (under 18) curfew violation -- 10 pm to 6 am
  • Shed, add-on, non-permitted room used as dwelling
  • Unsafe housing
  • Possession of a shopping cart
  • Loud music
  • Storing, selling, displaying vehicles for sale on street
  • Repairing, painting, displaying automobiles on street
  • Living in the parks
  • Canopies in driveways or front area or side area

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