(Amended by Ordinance No. 180330, effective August 18, 2006.) Title 29 of Portland City Code shall be known as the “Property Maintenance Regulations.”
(Amended by Ordinance No. 182488, effective February 21, 2009.) The purpose of this Title is to protect the health, safety and welfare of Portland citizens, to prevent deterioration of existing housing and the exterior of non-residential structures, and to contribute to vital neighborhoods by:
A. Establishing and enforcing minimum standards for residential structures regarding basic equipment, facilities, sanitation, fire safety, and maintenance.
B. Establishing and enforcing minimum standards of maintenance for outdoor areas and adjacent rights of way.
C. Regulating and abating dangerous and derelict buildings.
D. Establishing and enforcing minimum standards for the exterior maintenance of non-residential structures.
(Amended by Ordinance No. 180330, effective August 18, 2006.) The provisions of this Title shall apply to all property in the City except as otherwise excluded by law.
Any alterations to buildings, or changes of their use, which may be a result of the enforcement of this Title shall be done in accordance with applicable Sections of Title 24 (Building Regulations), Title 25 (Plumbing Regulations), Title 26 (Electrical Regulations), Title 27 (Heating and Ventilating Regulations), Title 28 (Floating Structures), and Title 33 (Planning and Zoning) of the Code of the City of Portland.
(Repealed by Ordinance No. 180330, effective August 18, 2006.)