Traffic Engineering investigates and abates traffic hazards that cause blind corners created by vegetation, i.e., tree limbs, bushes, and weeds blocking traffic control signs and signals,
This section of the City's Ordinance covers Hazard Abatement
Sec. 102-39. Visibility Sight Triangle.
(a) Wherever the director of aviation, traffic and transportation shall find a tree, shrub, hedge or other natural growth of any sort or description located and growing within the boundaries of any public street in the city which interferes with the vision of automobile drivers or the drivers of other types of vehicles driving upon such streets, therefore constituting a traffic hazard, the director of aviation, traffic and transportation is therefore authorized to cause the traffic hazard to be abated by trimming or removing any such obstruction.
(b) The director of aviation, traffic and transportation is authorized to give written
(c) If any hazard is not removed after notice to the adjoining property owner, the director of aviation, traffic
(d) If any interested person is dissatisfied with the action of the director of aviation, traffic
(e) For the direction of the director of aviation, traffic
(f) On any corner lot or parkway adjacent thereto, a fence, wall, structure, sign, hedge, tree or obstruction of any nature erected, planted or maintained so as to interfere with sight lines at elevations between two feet and eight feet above the top of the adjacent roadway curb or, if there is no curb, from the average street grade, within a triangular area formed by the intersection of the adjacent curb lines or, if none exists, the normal curb lines and a point on each curb line 45 feet from the intersection shall be prima facie evidence that such fence, wall, structure, sign, hedge, tree or obstruction of any nature constitutes an obstruction to vision as regards to public traffic on the streets. The triangular area of visibility as provided for in this subsection is further described and depicted