In an effort to maintain positive University-Community relations, a variety of approaches will be used, collectively or individually, to ensure Guidelines compliance. The University addresses each situation on a case-by-case basis through campus advisors, Office of Judicial Affairs (individuals), Campus Board of Review (student groups) and/or the University of California, Riverside Police Department. University sanctions range from advising students on the Good Neighbor Guidelines, expulsion from the campus and citation or arrest for violation of city, state and federal laws. The city addresses each situation through the University/Neighborhood Mediation Program, Office of Neighborhoods, various city departments and the Riverside Police Department with sanctions ranging from non-binding mediation, citations and/or arrest for violation of city, state and federal laws.
It is the intention of all parties involved to find the most amicable resolution process that benefits those involved. Emphasis is placed on neighbor-to-neighbor communication and cooperation and the use of the University/Neighborhood Mediation process.
- G. The storage or parking of trucks exceeding the manufacturer's gross vehicle weight rating of 10,000 pounds on all areas of all residential zones, and the storage or parking of other vehicles on the landscaped front and street side yard setback area of all residential zones, including but not limited to the front lawn areas, contrary to the provisions of Riverside Municipal Code §§ 19.74.052, 19.74.060 and 19.74.150.
- H. Abandoned, boarded-up or partially destroyed buildings contrary to the provisions of the Uniform Fire code, Uniform Building Code, Uniform Housing Code and/or Uniform Code for Abatement of Dangerous Buildings.
- I. Peeling or blistering paint on any building or structure such that the condition is plainly visible from a public right-of-way.
- J. The existence of loud or unusual noises, or foul or noxious odors which offend the peace and quiet of persons of ordinary sensibilities and which interferes with the comfortable enjoyment of life or property and affect the entire neighborhood or any considerable number of persons.
- K. The existence of hazardous substances and waste unlawfully released, discharged, or deposited upon any premises onto any City property.
- L. The existence of any hay, straw, lumber, papers, or other substance upon the premises which has been rendered unmerchantable by reason of any fire on the property.
- M. Any attractive nuisance.
- N. Any other condition which is contrary to the public peace, health and safety. (Ord. 6347 § 1, 1997; Ord. 6150 § 1, 1994; Ord. 6076 § 1, 1993; Ord. 6022 § 2, 1992; Ord. 5910 § 1, 1991)