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ABANDONMENT

Abandoned iceboxes and similar containers

14-226

Abandoned vehicles

17-26 et seq.

See: WRECKED OR ABANDONED VEHICLES

Abandoning an animal

14-196

Trees and shrubbery

Felled trees across or in street, etc.

Abandoning prohibited

25-3

Planned development overlay district

27-237
ABATTOIRS

Offensive matter, exposing

14-305
ABDUCTION

False imprisonment

14-18(d)
ACCIDENTS

Traffic accidents

24-66 et seq.

See: TRAFFIC

ACCOUNTS

Financial affairs

2-31 et seq.

See: FINANCES

ADMINISTRATION

Advisory boards and commissions

2-1

See: BOARDS, COMMITTEES AND COMMISSIONS

Departments.  See: DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER AGENCIES OF THE CITY

See also specific departments, etc.

Generally

2-1 et seq.

See also specific subjects

Personnel of city.  See: OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES

ADMINISTRATOR.  See: CITY ADMINISTRATOR
ADVERTISING

Drug paraphernalia

14-272

False, deceptive, etc., advertising

14-317

Handbill distribution restricted

14-321

Restrictions on use of amplifiers

14-322

Roadside advertising devices prohibited, etc.

24-41

Tampering with publicly-exhibited contest

14-97

Theft of services

14-58
AFFIRMATION.  See: OATH, AFFIRMATION, SWEAR OR SWORN
AFFIRMATIVE DEFENSES

Trespass

14-73
AGENCIES OF CITY.  See: DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER AGENCIES OF CITY
AGREEMENTS.  See: CONTRACTS AND AGREEMENTS
AIDING AND ABETTING

Prosecuting for

14-8
AIR CONDITIONING

Mechanical code

6-106 et seq.

See: MECHANICAL CODE

One- and two-family dwelling code

6-161 et seq.

See: ONE- AND TWO-FAMILY DWELLING CODE

AIR RIFLES

Discharge of

14-242

See: FIREARMS AND WEAPONS

AIR-TIGHT CONTAINERS

Abandonment of iceboxes, etc

14-226
AIRPLANES

Restrictions on use of amplifiers

14-322

Unauthorized use of propelled vehicles

14-59
AIRPORT ZONING

Generally

27-261 et seq.

See: ZONING (Chapter 27)

ALARM SYSTEMS (Burglar, medical emergency, fire, etc., alarms)

Confidentiality; statistics

2.5-7

Definitions

2.5-1

Designated telephone lines

2.5-6

Duties of alarm users, etc.

2.5-4

False alarms

2.5-4(g) et seq.

Fees required; grace period; appeals

2.5-5

Fire alarm installer contractor registration; fees; permits

6-158

Certificate of insurance

6-158.1

Firearms dealers

2.5-9

No Liability on Part of the City

2.5-8

Permits

Application

2.5-3

Nontransferability

2.5-3

Required

2.5-2

Regulations for alarm systems, etc.

2.5-4

Unlawful acts

2.5-4

Violations, penalty

2.5-10
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES

Beer

Defined

3-1

Special provisions for premises licensed for

3-7

Civil service, disciplinary actions

2-172

Club, defined

3-1

Commission, defined

3-1

Consumption

Where consumption unlawful

3-11

Definitions

3-1

Hotels, defined

3-1

Hours of sale

3-5

Izaak Walton Cabin

Where consumption unlawful

3-11

Licensed premises

Responsibilities of owners

3-12

Licenses

Cancellation for failure to conduct business

3-31

Consideration to be given applicants for liquor licenses

3-28

Dancing permits. See herein that subject

Display

3-30

Occupation tax

3-27

Procedure for handling liquor license applications

3-29

Required

3-26

Revocation and suspension

3-32

Liquor

Definitions

3-1

Restaurant restrictions

3-10

Loitering on premises

Minors or incompetents

3-4(b)

Minors or incompetents

Definitions

3-1

Regulations governing sale and use

3-4

Nonbeverage users

3-9

Open containers prohibited

3-13

Package sales

Sale from original package only

3-8

Parks, miscellaneous offenses

18-12

Pawnbrokers, accepting collateral security or purchase from persons appearing under influence of alcohol

Restrictions on pawnbrokers

13-77

Permits

Dancing permits. See herein that subject

Property seized by police, disposition

20-5

Restaurant

Defined

3-1

Liquor in, restrictions

3-10

Right of entry of officials

3-2

Ta-Ha-Zouka Park

Where consumption unlawful

3-11

Unlawful possession

3-3

Wine

Defined

3-1

Sunday, hours of sales

3-5(b)
ALLEGATIONS

False reporting

14-169
ALLEYS

One-way alleys, traffic regulations

24-94

Parking in

24-162

See: TRAFFIC

Street defined re

1-2

Streets in general.  See: STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

Subdivision alleys

23-57

See: SUBDIVISIONS (Chapter 23)

ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLES

Prohibited on streets

24-100
ALTERED ARTICLES

Receiving

14-108
AMBULANCES

Rescue and ambulance calls

Charges, schedule

2-2
AMENDMENTS TO CODE

Generally

1-12

Code construction in general.  See: CODE OF ORDINANCES

AMMUNITION

Property seized by police, disposition

20-5
AMPLIFIERS

Restrictions on use

14-322
AMUSEMENTS AND AMUSEMENT PLACES

Dancing permits for alcoholic beverage premises

3-41 et seq.

See: ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES

Gambling regulations

14-206 et seq.

See: GAMBLING

Obscenity, generally

14-281 et seq.

See: INDECENCY AND OBSCENITY

AND.  See: OR, AND
ANIMAL, WASTES

Harmful or industrial waste discharges

26-131 et seq.

See: WATER AND SEWERS

ANIMALS AND FOWL

Abandoning

14-196

Animal Waste

4-32

Bestiality, committing

14-197

Clean stock cars

14-306

Cruelty to animals

14-196

Dead animals deposited in watercourses, etc.

14-304

Definitions

4-1

Dogs or cats

Animal pound records and reports

4-26

Barking, howling, crying or yelping dogs or cats

4-16

Bitten by rabid animal; disposition

4-21

Cross dogs or cats

4-18

Duty of owner in case of dog bite or injury to another person

4-22

Guard dogs, registration and housing of

4-19

Holding impounded animals

4-24

Impounding time limit

4-27

Impoundment

4-23

Injuring or destroying property of others

4-17

Interference with capture of dog

4-28

License required

4-8

Exceptions to license; transient dogs

4-14

Fee

4-11

Issuance

4-9

Period for which valid

4-10

Removal of tag

4-13

Tag

4-12

Poisoning or injuring dogs

4-15

Pound fees; release from pound

4-25

Rabies vaccination required

4-7

Running at large

4-6

Wearing of collars

4-13

Enforcement

4-2, 4-29

Failure to surrender animal

4-35

False information

4-30

Horse

Horse-drawn carriage

13-201

Impoundment

4-20

Indecency with animal

14-197

Livestock, keeping of

4-4

Nuisance, maintaining

14-314

See: NUISANCES

Offensive matter, exposing

14-305

Parks, animals in

18-6

Park regulations in general.  See: PARKS AND RECREATION

Pound

4-3

Slaughtering, hanging, etc., animals

14-302

Unlawful use of guide dogs or white canes

14-311

Unsanitary pens

4-31

Wild birds or animals, keeping of

4-5
ANNOYANCE

Intimidating phone calls

14-308
APPEALS

Electrical appeals

6-57

Mechanical code decisions

6-113

Mobile home park permits, appeals re

15-39

Plumbing appeals

6-124
APPROPRIATIONS

Certain ordinances not affected by Code

1-3

Finances in general.  See: FINANCES

ARRESTS

Failure to appear in court

14-168

Obstructing government operations

14-161

Operating a motor vehicle to avoid

14-165

Refusing to aid a peace officer

14-163

Resisting

14-164
ARSON

Third degree arson

14-42
ASSAULT

Offenses against persons

14-16 et seq.

See: OFFENSES

Sexual assault

14-25 et seq.

See: OFFENSES

Unlawful picketing

14-251

See: PICKETING

ASSEMBLIES

Parades

22-111 et seq.

See: STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

Parking lots, private property, etc.

Applicability of certain ordinances

1-10

Picketing regulations

14-251 et seq.

Riots

14-228
ASSESSMENTS

Certain ordinances not affected by code

1-3

Local improvements.  See: PUBLIC WORKS AND IMPROVEMENTS

Property assessments in general.  See: TAXATION

ASSOCIATIONS

Person defined to include, etc.

1-2
ATTEMPT

Attempt to commit an offense

14-2
ATTORNEY OF CITY.  See: CITY ATTORNEY
ATTRACTIVE NUISANCES

Abandoning iceboxes and similar containers

14-226
AUCTIONS

Property seized by police, disposition

20-5
AUDITORIUMS

Off-street parking and loading regulations

27-341 et seq.

See: ZONING

AUTHORITY

Delegation of authority, construed for interpreting code

1-2

Joint authority, construed

1-2
AVENUES

Public way defined re

1-2

Public ways in general.  See: STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

B

BAD CHECKS

Issuing

14-94

Other provisions relative to fraud, forgery, etc.  See: FRAUD

BANKS, FINANCE COMPANIES, ETC.

Housing Discrimination

12-1 et seq.
BARBED WIRE FENCES

Unlawful, when

14-227
BARBEQUE GRILLS

Fires and fireworks in parks

18-5
BARRICADES AND LIGHTS

Excavations and openings in streets, protection

22-46

Moving of buildings

22-83

Trees and shrubs, placing debris on streets

Barricading

25-3
BATHING

Water recreation in parks

18-9
BAWDY HOUSES

Keeping a place of prostitution

14-147

Other provisions re prostitution.  See: PROSTITUTION

BB GUNS

Discharge of weapons

14-242 et seq.

Weapons in general.  See: FIREARMS AND WEAPONS

BEER AND WINE

Alcoholic beverage regulations

3-1 et seq.

See: ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES

BENZENE

Harmful or industrial waste discharges

26-133 et seq.

See: WATER AND SEWERS

BETTING

Gambling

14-206 et seq.

See: GAMBLING

Occupational taxes for conducting games of chance and/or lotteries and distributing gambling devices

13-141 et seq.

See:  LICENSES AND PERMITS

BICYCLES

Enforcement

5-1

Licenses

5-3

Operational rules and regulations

Articles, packages, etc., carrying

5-19

Compliance

5-16

Traffic laws, with

5-17

Equipment

5-18

Manner of riding

5-19

Parking

5-23

Passengers, carrying

5-19

Roadways and paths, riding on

5-20

Sidewalks, on

5-21

Traffic laws, compliance

5-17

Vehicles, clinging to

5-22

Parental responsibilities

5-5

Parks, in

18-11

Registration

5-2

Serial number or registration number

Mutilation, destruction, removal

5-4

Traffic regulations

24-1 et seq.

See: TRAFFIC

Violations

5-6
BIDS, BIDDING

Purchasing procedures

2-101 et seq.

See: PURCHASING

BIGOTRY, PREJUDICE, ETC.

Housing discrimination

12-1 et seq.
BILLBOARDS

Outdoor advertising signs

27-321 et seq.

See: ZONING

BINGO

Gambling regulations

14-206 et seq.

See: GAMBLING

Occupational taxes for conducting games of chance and/or lotteries and distributing gambling devices

13-141 et seq.

See: LICENSES AND PERMITS

Tax; annual fee

13-31
BLACK RACE

Housing discrimination

12-1 et seq.
BLIND PERSONS

Failure to observe

14-312

Unlawful use of white cane or guide dog

14-311
BLOCK PARTIES  See:  STREETS AND SIDEWALKS
BLOCKS

Lengths of blocks in subdivisions

23-56
BOARDING HOUSES

Theft of services

14-58
BOARDS, COMMITTEES AND COMMISSIONS

Advisory boards and commissions

2-1

Board of adjustment

19-4

Board of health

11-1

City health regulations.  See: HEALTH AND SANITATION

City administrator, various duties

2-66

City administrator in general.  See: CITY ADMINISTRATOR

Civil service commission

2-158 et seq.

See: CIVIL SERVICE

Code of ethics

2-81 et seq.

See: CODE OF ETHICS

Code references and definitions construed

1-2

Committee reports to council

2-23

Council meetings and procedures.  See: CITY COUNCIL

Delegation of authority, construed

1-2

Departmental agencies, other.  See: DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER AGENCIES OF CITY

Filing false reports with regulatory bodies

14-172

Hearing board and appeals re sewage and sewer violations, etc.

26-64

Joint authority, construed

1-2

Nebraska league of municipalities' legislative committee

City's representative on

2-4

Nonmoving violations bureau

24-51 et seq.

See: TRAFFIC

Personnel regulations in general.  See: OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES

Planned unit development compliance review committee

27-233

See: ZONING (Chapter 27)

Planning commission

19-1

Plumbing board

6-131 et seq.

See: PLUMBING

Standing committee

2-21.1

Zoning board of adjustments

27-31
BOATS

Unauthorized use of propelled vehicles

14-59

Water recreation in parks

18-9
BODY POLITIC, ETC.

Person defined to include, etc.

1-2
BOILERS AND FURNACES

One- and two-family dwelling code

6-161 et seq.

See: ONE- AND TWO-FAMILY DWELLING CODE

BOMBS

False reports of explosives, etc.

14-169(3)

Property seized by police, disposition

20-5
BONDS

Certain ordinances not affected by code

1-3

Police reserve unit

20-20

Revenue, etc., of city in general.  See: FINANCES

BOOKKEEPING

Abuse of public records

14-173

Public records in general.  See: PUBLIC RECORDS

False statement or book entry

14-95

Other provisions relative to fraud.  See: FRAUD

Financial affairs

2-31 et seq.

See: FINANCES

BOOKMAKING

Defined

14-206 et seq.

Possession of gambling records

14-210

Gambling in general.  See: GAMBLING

BOOKS, PERIODICALS, ETC.

Abuse of public records

14-173

Public records in general.  See: PUBLIC RECORDS

Obscenity, generally

14-281 et seq.

See: INDECENCY AND OBSCENITY

BOULEVARDS

Public way defined re

1-2

Public ways in general.  See: STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

BOUNDARIES

Certain ordinances not affected by code

1-3
BRASS KNUCKLES

Weapons regulations

14-236 et seq.

See: FIREARMS AND WEAPONS

BRIBERY

Commercial bribery, etc.

14-96 et seq.
BRIDGES

Street defined re

1-2

Streets in general.  See: STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

BROOKS.  See: LAKES, STREAMS, BROOKS, SPRINGS
BRUSH.  See: WEEDS, BRUSH AND LITTER
BUDGET

City administrator, duties

2-66
BUILDING LINES.  See: SETBACK LINES OR BUILDING LINES
BUILDINGS

Building code

Additions, insertions and changes

6-18

Adoption by reference

6-16

Beginning construction without obtaining permit

6-19

Conflicting provisions

6-17

Building contractors

Registration certificates

Building permits, prerequisite to

6-37

Certificate of insurance

6-39

Expiration date

6-40

Fees

6-38

Prerequisite to building permits

6-37

Required, exceptions

6-36

Suspension or revocation

6-41

Building sewers and connections

26-59

See: WATER AND SEWERS

Certificates

Registration certificates for building contractors.  See herein:

Building Contractors

Code.  See herein: Building Code

Contractors.  See herein: Building Contractors

Electrical regulations

6-51 et seq.

Electricity in general.  See: ELECTRICITY

Energy conservation standards re buildings

6-163

See: ONE- AND TWO-FAMILY DWELLING CODE

Enforcement personnel

Personal liability

6-2

Extraterritorial jurisdiction of certain ordinances

1-11

Fire prevention code

8-26 et seq.

See: FIRE PREVENTION AND PROTECTION

Flood insurance program

27-242

Graffiti abatement

17-50 et seq.

See: GRAFFITI

House numbering

19-16 et seq.

See: HOUSE NUMBERING

Housing code

12-16 et seq.

See: HOUSING CODE

Housing discrimination

12-1 et seq.

See: HOUSING DISCRIMINATION

Housing moving

22-81 et seq.

See: STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

Individual sewage disposal systems

26-86 et seq.

See: WATER AND SEWERS

Mechanical code

6-106 et seq.

See: MECHANICAL CODE

Mobile homes

15-1 et seq.

Applicability

15-18

See: MOBILE HOME AND MOBILE HOME PARKS

Moving of buildings

22-81 et seq.

See: STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

Off-street parking and loading regulations

27-341 et seq.

See: ZONING

One- and two-family dwelling code

6-161 et seq.

See: ONE- AND TWO-FAMILY DWELLING CODE

Owner construed re

1-2

Permits

Beginning construction without obtaining permit

6-19

City-owned projects, no permit fee for

6-5

Contractors registration certificates perquisite to

6-37

Electrical permits.  See: ELECTRICITY

Individual sewage disposal systems

26-79 et seq.

Mechanical permits.  See: MECHANICAL CODE

See: WATER AND SEWERS

Subdivision restrictions

23-22

Plumbing

6-121 et seq.

See: PLUMBING

Sewers and sewage disposal

26-56 et seq.

See: WATER AND SEWERS

Sidewalk construction or repair

22-16 et seq.

See: STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

Subdivisions, building lines, etc.

23-1 et seq.

See: SUBDIVISIONS (Chapter 23)

Tenant, occupant construed re

1-2

Wellhead protection

6-3

Zoning regulations

27-1 et seq.

See: ZONING (Chapter 27)

BUREAUS

City agencies in general.  See: DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER AGENCIES OF CITY

Nonmoving violations bureau

24-51 et seq.

See: TRAFFIC

BURGLAR ALARMS

Regulations for alarm systems

2.5-1 et seq.

See: ALARMS SYSTEMS

BURNING

Incinerators required

8-2
BUSES

Overnight camping in Ta-Ha-Zouka Park

18-4

Park restrictions.  See: PARKS AND RECREATION

Traffic regulations

24-1 et seq.

See: TRAFFIC

BUSHES.  See: TREES AND SHRUBBERY
BUSINESS LICENSES.  See: LICENSES AND PERMITS
BUTCHER'S ESTABLISHMENT

Offensive matter, exposing

14-305

C

CAMPERS

Fires and fireworks in parks

14-305

Mobile homes

15-1-et seq.

See:  MOBILE HOMES AND MOBILE HOME PARKS

Overnight camping in Ta-Ha-Zouka Park

18-4

Parks in general.  See:  PARKS AND RECREATION

CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE

Partisan elections required

7-1

Election regulations.  See:  ELECTIONS

CANVASSERS.  See:  PEDDLERS, CANVASSERS AND SOLICITORS
CARCASSES OF DEAD ANIMALS

Offensive matter, exposing

14-305
   
CARRIAGES  

Horse-drawn

13-201
   
CATHCLINES OR HEADINGS OF SECTIONS OF CODE

Construed, effect

1-7
CATS

Dogs and cats

4-6 et seq.

See:  ANIMALS AND FOWL

CATTLE, COWS, ETC.

Animals running at large

4-6 et seq.

See:  ANIMALS AND FOWL

CAULKING

Energy conservation standards

6-163

See:  ONE- AND TWO-FAMILY DWELLING CODE

CEILING INSULATION

Energy conservation standards

6-163

See:  ONE- AND TWO-FAMILY DWELLING CODE

CEMETERIES

Public place defined to include, etc.

1-2
CESSPOOLS

Individual sewage disposal systems

26-76-et seq.

See:  WATER AND SEWERS

CHECKS

Issuing bad checks

14-94
CHICKENS

Animals running at large

4-6 et seq.

See:  ANIMALS AND FOWL

CHIEF OF POLICE

Code references and definitions construed

1-2
CHILDREN.  See:  MINORS
CHIMNEYS

One- and two-family dwelling code

6-161 et seq.

See:  ONE- AND TWO-FAMILY DWELLING CODE

CHURCHES

Housing discrimination

12-1-et seq.
CIRCULARS OR DODGERS

Advertising in general.  See:  ADVERTISING

False, deceptive, etc., advertising

14-317

Handbill distribution restricted

14-321
CITY

Defined

1-2
CITY ADMINISTRATOR

Acting administrator

2-65

Bond

2-64

Code of ethics

2-81 et seq.

See:  CODE OF ETHICS

Mayor and council

Inquiries or interference by

2-67

Office created

2-61

Political activity prohibited

2-68

Powers and general duties

2-66

Purpose of office

2-62

Qualifications

2-63
CITY ATTORNEY

Zoning, legal advice re

27-25
CITY CLERK

Code of ethics

2-81 et seq.

See:  CODE OF ETHICS

Code references and definitions construed

1-2

Separate office for

2-48
CITY COUNCIL

City administrator

Interfering with

2-67

See:  CITY ADMINISTRATOR

Code of ethics

2-81 et seq.

Conflict of interest

2-84 et seq.

See:  CODE OF ETHICS

Defined

1-2

Finance committee

Generally

2-21.2

Meetings

Addressing the council

2-19.1

Decorum, generally

2-20

Manner of address, time limit

2-19.2

Administrator to attend

2-66(a)

Agenda

2-17

Call to order

2-17.2

Committee reports

2-23

Decorum, generally

2-20

Minutes

Protest by council member entered

2-21.3

Reading

2-18.2

Motion to adjourn

2-24

Order of business

2-18.1

Ordinances, resolutions, motions, and contracts

2-21.4

Procedure for introduction and passage or ordinances, etc.

2-22

Veto power of mayor; passage over veto

2-25

Presiding officer

2-17.1

Protest by council member

2-21.3

Quorum

2-18

Regular meetings

2-16

Robert's Rules of Order to govern

2-18.3

Roll call

2-17.3

Rules of debate

2-19

Special meetings

2-16.1

Who may attend

2-21

Minutes

Protest entered into

2-21.3

Ordinances, resolutions, motions, contracts

2-21.4

Contracts in general.  See:  CONTRACTS AND AGREEMENTS

Ordinances in general.  See:  CODE OF ORDINANCES

Partisan elections required

7-1 et seq.

See:  ELECTIONS

President and acting president

Election; term of office; powers and duties

2-17.1.5

Standing committee

2-21.1

Vacancies, filling

2-26
CITY ENGINEER

Office established

2-50
CITY EQUIPMENT

Misuse of city equipment, vehicles, etc.

2-85
CITY LICENSES.  See:  LICENSES AND PERMITS
CITY MANAGER

Code references and definitions construed

1-2
CITY TREASURER

Code of ethics

2-81 et seq.

See:  CODE OF ETHICS

Financial affairs

2-31 et seq.

See:  FINANCES

Separate office for

2-48
CITY'S INDEBTEDNESS

Certain ordinances not affected by code

1-3

Finances, etc., in general.  See:  FINANCES

CIVIL DEFENSE

Division employees

Response time of in case of emergency

2-47
CIVIL SERVICE

Applicants, requirements for

2-169

Appointments

2-168

Civil service commission

Appointment of members

2-159

Chairperson

2-164

Chief examiner

2-165

City's duty to provide supplies, equipment, etc.

2-155

Compensation

2-162

Created

2-158

Meetings

2-163

Powers and duties

2-167

Quorum

2-166

Removal from office

2-161

Secretary

2-165

Terms of office

2-160

Compensation

Establishment of salaries and compensation

2-153

Payment of compensation for services

2-154

Examinations

Obstructing

2-157

Obstructing examinations

2-157

Political fund contribution, political service

2-156

Positions covered

2-151

Creation and elimination

2-152

Promotions

2-168

Reduction in force policy

2-173

Salaries.  See within this subject:  Compensation

CLERK.  See:  CITY CLERK
CLINICS

Failure to report injury of violence

14-162
CLUBS

Off-street parking and loading regulations

27-346 et seq.

See:  ZONING

Person defined to include, etc.

1-2
COASTERS

Traffic regulations

24-286
COCAINE

Drugs, drug paraphernalia, etc.

14-266 et seq.

See:  DRUGS AND MEDICINES

CODE OF ETHICS

Candidates, financial disclosure by

2-89

Conduct, standards of

2-83

Contracts, officers' interest in

Certain transactions not considered contracts

2-97

Competitive bidding

2-98.1

Exceptions

2-96

Maintenance of contract ledger by city clerk

2-99

Open account deemed a contract

2-100

Permitted contracts with officers not exempt from competitive bidding, etc., requirements

2-98

Prohibited

2-95

Definitions

2-82

Disclosure; conflict of interest

2-85

Disposition, alleged violations; hearings

2-91

Final hearing; oaths, information requests

2-92

Financial disclosure

2-88

Information, official; misuse of

2-87

Interest of spouse

2-86

Officer defined

2-94

Penalties

2-90

Policy, declaration of

2-81

Prohibition on conflict of interest

2-84

Sanctions

2-93
CODE OF ORDINANCES*

Altering or tampering with

1-15

Abuse of public records

14-173

Amendments to code

1-12

Building code ordinances not affected

6-16

Building code in general.  See:  BUILDINGS

Catchlines or headings of sections

Effect

1-7

Certain ordinances not affected

1-3

Conflicting provisions

1-8

Definitions

1-2

Designated and cited, how

1-1

Existing ordinances

Code considered as continuations of

1-5

Jurisdiction

Extraterritorial jurisdiction

1-11

Officers or employees failing to perform official duties

Inapplicability of general penalty

1-17

Order; when

1-19

Parenthetical and reference matter

Construed

1-6

Parking lots, private property, etc

Application of certain ordinances to

1-10

Plumbing ordinances not affected by code

6-151

Prior offenses, rights, etc.

Code has no effect

1-4

References to code construed

1-8

Repeal of ordinances

Effect

1-9

Restitution; order; when

1-19

Rules of construction

1-2

Severability of parts of code

1-18

Supplementation of code

Generally

1-13

Special or temporary ordinances excluded

1-14

Violations

City officers, etc., not subject to general penalty, when

1-17

Code has no effect on prior offenses, etc.

1-4

Continuing

1-16

General penalty

1-16
COERCION

Intimidating phone calls

14-308

Intimidating pickets

14-254

Oppression under color of office

14-181

Unlawful picketing

14-251 et seq.

See:  PICKETING

COIN-OPERATED MACHINES AND DEVICES

Amplifier restrictions

14-322

Gambling devices

14-206 et seq.

See:  GAMBLING

Identification numbers, offenses re

14-206 et seq.

Slugs, using with intent to defraud

14-90
COMBUSTIBLES

Fire regulations

8-1-et seq.

See:  FIRE PREVENTION AND PROTECTION

Transportation of

24-290
COMMITTEES.  See:  BOARDS, COMMITTEES AND COMMISSIONS
COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Special traffic provisions

24-291
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Community development agency

19-2

Limited community redevelopment authority

19-6

Planning and community development, department of

19-3

See:  PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT

COMPENSATION

Unauthorized compensation, gifts or rewards

2-89
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN

Adopted

19-5

See also:  PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT

CONCEALMENT

Concealing knowledge of an offense

14-4
CONFLICTING INTERESTS

Defined

2-90

Code of ethics in general.  See:  CODE OF ETHICS

Misuse of official information

14-180
CONGREGATIONS

Riots

14-228

Assemblies in general.  See:  ASSEMBLIES

CONSERVATION STANDARDS

Energy conservation standards

6-163

See:  ONE- AND TWO-FAMILY DWELLING CODE

CONSPIRACY

Committing

14-3
CONSTITUTION

Severability of unconstitutional parts of code

1-18
CONTESTS

Tampering with publicly-exhibited contests

14-97
CONTRABAND

Furnishing prisoners with

14-175

Implements for escape

14-174

Property seized by police, disposition

20-5
CONTRACTORS

Building contractors

6-36 et seq.

See:  BUILDINGS

Electrical contractors

6-71 et seq.

See:  ELECTRICITY

Fire prevention and protection

Fire alarm installer contractor registration; fees; permits

6-158

Certificate of insurance

6-158.1

Fire sprinkler/suppression contractor registrations; fees; permits

6-157

Certificate of insurance

6-157.1

Independent garbage collection contractors

10-21-et seq.

See:  GARBAGE AND TRASH

Mechanical contractors, mechanical code

6-106 et seq.

See:  MECHANICAL CODE

Plumbing contractor, bond requirements

6-147

Sidewalk construction or repair

22-16 et seq.

See:  STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

CONTRACTS AND AGREEMENTS

Code of ethics, provisions re contracts

2-94 et seq.

See:  CODE OF ETHICS

Council procedures

2-21.4

Council meetings and procedures.  See:  CITY COUNCIL

Franchises

Certain ordinances not affected by code

1-3

See:  FRANCHISES

Prior actions, code has no effect

1-4

Purchasing procedures

2-101 et seq.

See:  PURCHASING

CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES

Drugs, drug paraphernalia, etc.

14-266 et seq.

See:  DRUGS AND MEDICINES

COOLING SYSTEMS

Mechanical code

6-106 et seq.

See:  MECHANICAL CODE

One- and two-family dwelling code

6-161 et seq.

See:  ONE- AND TWO-FAMILY DWELLING CODE

CORPORATIONS

Person defined to include, etc.

1-2
COUNCIL.  See:  CITY COUNCIL
COUNTY (Madison, Stanton, Pierce, etc.)

Defined

1-2
COURTS

Failure to appear

14-168

Parking violations

24-56

In-camera hearings re sexual assault

14-27

Additional provisions.  See:  SEXUAL ASSAULTS

Property seized by police, disposition

20-5

Restitution; order; when

1-19

Severability of invalid parts of code

1-18

Simulating legal process

14-178

Legal process in general.  See:  WRITS, WARRANTS AND OTHER PROCESSES

COWS, CATTLE, ETC.

Animals running at large

4-6 et seq.

See:  ANIMALS AND FOWL

Unclean stock cars

14-306
CRIMES

Attempts to commit an offense

14-2

Conspiracy

14-3

False reporting

14-169
CRIMINAL MISCHIEF

Committing

14-61
CRIMINAL SIMULATION

Defined

14-89

See:  FRAUD

CRIMINAL TRESPASS.  See:  TRESPASS
CROSSWALKS

Designation

24-35

Traffic regulations.  See:  TRAFFIC

CURB CUTS

Excavations, curb cuts, etc.

22-36

See:  STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

CURFEW

Minors

14-318

D

DAGGERS

Weapons regulations

14-236 et seq.

See:  FIREARMS AND WEAPONS

DANGEROUS ANIMALS

Provisions re

4-18
DANGEROUS WEAPONS.  See:  FIREARMS AND WEAPONS
DEAD ANIMALS

Depositing in wells, etc.

14-304

Offensive matter, exposing

14-305
DEAD-END STREETS

Subdivisions, in

23-55
DEBTS OF CITY

Certain ordinances not affected by code

1-3

Finances, etc., in general.  See:  FINANCES

DECEPTION

Theft by

14-55
DECREE.  See:  JUDGMENT OR DECREE
DEFECATING IN PUBLIC

Prohibited

14-9
DELINQUENCY

Contributing to delinquency of a child

14-121

Other provisions relative to minors.  See:  MINORS

DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER AGENCIES OF CITY

Airport administrative agency

27-269

Boards, etc.  See:  BOARDS, COMMITTEES, AND COMMISSIONS

Citizens' library board

12.5-3 et seq.

See:  LIBRARY

City administrator, duties

2-66(g)

See:  CITY ADMINISTRATOR

Code of ethics

2-81 et seq.

See:  CODE OF ETHICS

Code references and definitions construed

1-2

Community development agency

19-2

Delegation of authority, construed

1-2

Department of planning and community development

19-3

False reports filed with regulatory bodies

14-172

Fire division

8-16 et seq.

See:  FIRE PREVENTION AND PROTECTION

Health division

11-16 et seq.

See:  HEALTH AND SANITATION

Joint authority, construed

1-2

Limited community redevelopment authority

19-6

Mayor to appoint department and division heads

2-4

Parking violations bureau

24-51 et seq.

See:  TRAFFIC

Personnel regulations in general.  See:  OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES

Police department

20-1 et seq.

See:  POLICE DEPARTMENT (Chapter 20)

Police reserves

20-16 et seq.

See:  POLICE RESERVES

Reserve fire division

8-19 et seq.

See:  FIRE PREVENTION AND PROTECTION

DESECRATION OF PROPERTY

Criminal mischief

14-61

Mutilating a flag

14-183

Park buildings, etc., defacing

18-12

Park regulations in general.  See:  PARKS AND RECREATION

DEVELOPMENTS

Community development agency.  See:  PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT

House numbering

19-16 et seq.

See:  HOUSE NUMBERING

Planning and development

19-1 et seq.

See:  PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT

Subdivision regulations

23-1 et seq.

See:  SUBDIVISIONS (Chapter 23)

DIRK KNIVES

Weapons regulations

14-236 et seq.

See:  FIREARMS AND WEAPONS

DISCLOSURE

Conflict of interest, etc.

2-85 et seq.

See:  CODE OF ETHICS

Misuse of official information

14-180
DISCRIMINATION

Housing discrimination

12-1 et seq.
DISEASE CONTROL

Contagious disease control

11-2

Health regulations in general.  See:  HEALTH AND SANITATION

Insect and rodent control requirements for mobile homes

15-55

Trees and shrubbery

Diseased or damage trees or part

Nuisance provisions re

25-2
DISORDERLY CONDUCT

Parking lots, private property, etc.

Applicability of certain ordinances

1-10

Prohibited, described

14-7
DISORDERLY HOUSES

Keeping a place of prostitution

14-147

Other provisions re prostitution.  See:  PROSTITUTION

DISTRICTS

Wards and election districts

7-2
DISTURBING THE PEACE

Barking, howling, crying or yelping dogs or cats

4-16

Generally

14-315
DITCHES

Excavations, curb cuts, etc.

22-36 et seq.

See:  STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

DOCTORS

Failure to report injury of violence

14-162
DOCUMENTS

Abuse of public records

14-173

Public records in general.  See:  PUBLIC RECORDS

Simulating legal process

14-178

Legal process in general.  See:  WRITS, WARRANTS AND OTHER PROCESSES

DODGERS OR CIRCULARS

Advertising in general.  See:  ADVERTISING

Handbill distribution restricted

14-321
DOGS AND CATS

Generally

4-6 et seq.

See:  ANIMALS AND FOWL

DOUBLE-GLAZED DOORS

Energy conservation standards

6-163

See:  ONE- AND TWO-FAMILY DWELLING CODE

DRAFTS

Issuing bad checks

14-94
DRINKING, DRUNKENNESS, ETC.

Regulations governing use of alcoholic beverages, etc.

4-1 et seq.

See:  ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES

DRIVING NEGLIGENTLY

Parking lots, private property, etc.

Applicability of certain ordinances

1-10
DROUGHTS

Water emergency

Alternate days

26-4

Restriction

26-3

Violations and penalties

26-5
DRUGS AND MEDICINES

Civil service, disciplinary actions

2-172

Controlled substances

Defined

14-266(1)

Definitions

14-266

Drug, defined

14-266(2)

Drug paraphernalia

Advertising of

14-272

Defined

14-267

Delivery or sale

14-270

Minor, to

14-271

Factors in determination

14-268

Possession

14-269

Marijuana

Defined

14-266(3)

Possession

14-273

Minors, delivery of drug paraphernalia to

14-271

Narcotic drug, defined

14-266(4)

Opiate, defined

14-266(5)

Opium poppy, defined

14-266(6)

Pawnbrokers, accepting collateral security or purchase from persons appearing under influence of narcotic drugs, stimulants

Restrictions on pawnbrokers

13-77

Poppy straw, defined

14-266(7)
DRUNK DRIVING

Persons driving under influence of alcohol

24-81

Traffic regulations.  See:  TRAFFIC

DUCTWORK

One- and two-family dwelling code

6-161 et seq.

See:  ONE- AND TWO-FAMILY DWELLING CODE

DWELLINGS

House numbering

19-16 et seq.

See:  HOUSE NUMBERING

Mobile homes

15-1 et seq.

See:  MOBILE HOME AND MOBILE HOME PARKS

One- and two-family dwelling code

6-161 et seq.

See:  ONE- AND TWO-FAMILY DWELLING CODE

E

EASEMENTS

Subdivision regulations

23-1 et seq.

See:  SUBDIVISIONS (Chapter 23)

Utility easements in subdivisions

23-38
EATING ESTABLISHMENTS

Theft of services

14-58
ELECTIONS

Candidates, financial disclosure by

2-89

City administrator prohibited from political activity

2-68

Mayor, election to fill unexpired term of

2-26

Nonpartisan elections required

7-1

Wards and election districts

7-2
ELECTRIC FENCES

Unlawful, when

14-227
ELECTRICITY

Appeals

6-57

Building official

Appeals from decisions of

6-57

Concealment of wiring or equipment without permission of

6-96

Designated as enforcement officer

6-53

Duties

6-54

Requests for inspections at office of, notice

6-97

Right of entry

6-55

Certificates, registration certificates, See herein:  Contractors

Code

Adopted

6-52

Contractors (state and city licenses, registration certificates, miscellaneous regulations)

Apprentice electricians

Conformance with state laws re

6-82

Supervision of work required

6-74

Unlawful acts, generally

6-73

Engaging in business

State licensing requirements

6-71

Expiration of city license, compliance with state requirements

6-75

Homeowner's privilege re installing electrical wiring or equipment

6-76

Installing or supervising installation of wiring or equipment

Licensing requirements

6-72

Journeymen

Conformance with state laws re journeyman

6-81

Licensing to conform with state laws

6-81

Supervision of apprentice electrician work required

6-74

Term of journeymen's licenses

6-75

Unlawful acts

6-73

Registration certificates

Bond requirements

6-77

Expiration and renewal

6-79

Generally

6-78

Revocation or suspension

6-80

Term of city license, compliance with state requirements

6-75

Unlawful acts

Apprentice electricians, supervision of work required

6-74

Generally

6-73

Extraterritorial jurisdiction of certain ordinances

1-11

Inspections.  See herein:  Permits and Inspections

Licenses.  See herein:  Contractors

Mobile home park electrical requirements

15-18, 15-13

One- and two-family dwelling code

6-161 et seq.

See:  ONE- AND TWO-FAMILY DWELLING CODE

Permits and inspections

Commencement of work under permit, time limitation

6-98

Concealment of wiring or equipment without permission

6-96

Exceptions to permit requirements

6-92

Expired permits

6-98

Fees for permits

6-94

Homeowner's privilege permits

6-76

Issuance of permits, conditions

6-95

Persons eligible for permits

6-93

Requests for inspections

6-97

Required

6-91

Time limitation for commencing work under permit

6-98

Registration certificates.  See herein:  Contractors

Short title

6-51

Violations and penalties

6-56
ELEVATORS AND HOISTS

Mechanical code

6-106 et seq.

See:  MECHANICAL CODE

ELKHORN CABIN

Parks, miscellaneous offenses in 

18-12
EMBEZZLEMENT

False statement or book entry

14-95

Other provisions relative to fraud.  See:  FRAUD

Property seized by police, disposition

20-5
EMERGENCIES

Medical emergency alarms, regulations for 

2.5-1 et seq.

See:  ALARM SYSTEMS

Snow emergencies, traffic provisions

24-201 et seq.

See:  TRAFFIC (Chapter 24)

EMERGENCY ROOM OR FIRST AID STATION ATTENDANT

Failure to report injury or violence

14-162
EMERGENCY VEHICLES

Rescue and ambulance calls

Charges for

2-2

Traffic regulations

24-1 et seq.

See:  TRAFFIC

EMPLOYEES.  See:  OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES
EMPLOYMENT

Picketing provisions

14-251 et seq.

See:  PICKETING

ENCLOSURES.  See:  FENCES, WALLS, HEDGES AND ENCLOSURES
ENERGY CONSERVATION STANDARDS

Minimum requirements

6-163

See:  ONE- AND TWO-FAMILY DWELLING CODE

ENGINEER.  See:  CITY ENGINEER
ESCAPE

Implements for escape, furnishing

14-174

Operating a motor vehicle to avoid arrest

14-165
ETHNIC MINORITIES

Housing discrimination

12-1 et seq.
EXCAVATIONS

Curb cuts, excavations, etc.

22-36 et seq.

See:  STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

Stagnant water

14-303
EXCRETA, ANIMAL WASTES

Harmful or industrial waste discharges

26-131 et seq.

See:  WATER AND SEWERS

EXPLOSIVES AND BLASTING AGENTS

Carrying

14-238

False reports

14-169(3)

Fire regulations

8-1 et seq.

See:  FIRE PREVENTION AND PROTECTION

Harmful or industrial waste discharges

26-131 et seq.

See:  WATER AND SEWERS

Property seized by police, disposition

20-5

Transportation of

24-290
EXTORTION

Theft by

14-56
EXTRACTION

Soil for public road purposes

27-293

F

FALSE IMPRISONMENT

Offense re

14-18
FAMILY RELATIONS

Offense involving

14-121 et seq.

See:  MINORS

FARMS

Extraterritorial jurisdiction of certain ordinances

1-11
FECES, ANIMAL WASTES

Harmful or industrial waste discharges

26-131 et seq.

See:  WATER AND SEWERS

FELONY

Compounding a felony

14-16
FENCES, WALLS, HEDGES AND ENCLOSURES

Barbed wire or electric fences

14-227

Formal hedges, etc.  See:  TREES AND SHRUBBERY

Natural or artificial barriers

Mobile home park definitions re

15-1

See:  MOBILE HOMES AND MOBILE HOME PARKS

Zoning supplementary regulations

27-288
FIGHTING OR BRAWLING

Disorderly conduct, described re

14-7
FINANCE COMPANIES, BANKS, ETC

Housing discrimination

12-1 et seq.

Theft and related offenses definitions for

14-51

See:  THEFT AND RELATED OFFENSES

FINANCES

Candidates, financial disclosure by

2-89

Certain ordinances not affected by code

1-3

City administrator, duties

2-61 et seq.

See:  CITY ADMINISTRATOR

Finance committee, generally

2-21.2

Financial information, disclosure by city officials

2-88

General fund; budgetary policy

2-36

Office of clerk and treasurer combined

2-48

Operating accounts

2-31

Purchasing procedures

2-101 et seq.

See:  PURCHASING

Sales and use tax

Adoption of

2-34

Use of; property tax relief assurance committee

2-33

Sewers and sewage disposal; water and sewers

Revenue fund, use of

26-102

Standing committee

2-21.1

Surplus funds, investment

2-32
FINES.  See:  PENALTIES
FIRE ALARMS

Regulations for alarm systems

2.5-1 et seq.

See:  ALARM SYSTEMS

FIRE APPARATUS

Following

24-281
FIREARMS DEALERS

Burglar alarm systems required

2.5-9

Exceptions

2.5-9
FIRE DEPARTMENT

Civil service

2-151 et seq.

See:  CIVIL SERVICE

Fire division

Fire chief, duties

8-17

Generally

8-16

Response time of employees of, in case of emergency

2-47

Interfering with a fireman on official duty

14-170

Reserved fire division

8-19 et seq.

See:  FIRE PREVENTION AND PROTECTION

FIRE HOSE

Driving over

24-282
FIRE HYDRANTS

Standards for new hydrants

8-4

Use, opening

8-4
FIRE PREVENTION AND PROTECTION

Alarm installer contractor registration; fees; permits

6-158

Certificate of insurance

6-158.1

Extraterritorial jurisdiction of certain ordinances

1-11

Fire division

Fire chief, duties

8-17

Generally

8-16

Fire hydrants

8-4

Fire prevention code

Additions, insertions and changes

8-28

Adoption by reference

8-26

Conflicting provisions

8-27

Fireworks

Occupation tax

8-5

Incinerators, required

8-2

Life Safety Code, adoption

8-1

Reserve fire division

Appointment

8-20

Bond

8-20

Calls and response

8-22

Control

8-23

Creation

8-19

Membership generally

8-20

Officers

8-21

Purpose

8-19

Qualifications

8-20

Rules and regulations

8-24

Response time of employees in case of emergency

2-47

Special provisions for water service

26-15

Sprinkler/suppression contractor registrations; fees; permits

6-157

Certificate of insurance

6-157.1
FIREARMS AND WEAPONS

Concealed weapons, carrying

14-237

Definitions

14-236

Discharge of firearms

14-242

Explosives, dangerous weapons, etc.

Carrying, exhibiting, etc

14-238

Fishing and hunting in Skyview Park

18-7

Minors

Unlawful possession

14-239

Police reserve members requirements

20-30

Property seized by police, disposition

20-5

Revolvers

Unlawful possession

14-239

Shooting or removal of highway signs, markers, etc.

Tranquilizer guns

Failure to notify sheriff of sale

14-241

Failure to register

14-240
FIREPLACES

One- and two-family dwelling code

6-161 et seq.

See:  ONE- AND TWO-FAMILY DWELLING CODE

FIREWORKS

Firecrackers, unlawful throwing of

14-229

Fires and fireworks in parks

18-5

Fireworks sales

Persons considered temporary merchants, occupation tax and insurance certificate

8-5

Health division permit for discharge

14-231

When discharge permissible

14-230
   
FLYING LANTERNS

Prohibition

14-232

Penalty

14-232
 
FOUNDATION WALLS

Energy conservation standards

6-163

See:  ONE- AND TWO-FAMILY DWELLING CODE

FIRMS

Person defined to include, etc.

1-2
FIRST AID STATION ATTENDANT

Failure to report injury of violence

14-162
FISH HOUSES

Offensive matter, exposing

14-305
FLAG

Mutilating a flag

14-183
FLAMMABLES

Fire regulations

8-1 et seq.

See:  FIRE PREVENTION AND PROTECTION

Harmful or industrial waste discharges

26-131 et seq.

See:  WATER AND SEWERS

Transportation of 

24-290
FLOOD INSURANCE PROGRAM

Zoning provisions

27-241
FOLLOWING.  See:  PRECEDING, FOLLOWING
FOOD ESTABLISHMENTS (Food and drink)

Theft of services

14-58
FORFEITURES.  See:  PENALTIES
FORGERY

Offenses relative to fraud

14-87 et seq.

See:  FRAUD

FOWL.  See:  ANIMALS AND FOWL
FRANCHISES

Certain ordinances not affected by code

1-3

Revocation not prevented, etc., in general penalty clause

1-16
FRAUD

Bad checks, issuing

14-94

Bookkeeping, false entries, etc.

14-95

Breach of duty to act disinterestedly, etc.

14-96

Commercial bribery

14-96

Contest

Tampering with publicly-exhibited contest

14-97

Criminal impersonation

14-91

Criminal simulation

14-89

Definitions

14-86

Destruction or secretion of records

14-95

False statement of book entry

14-95

Forged estimate

Criminal possession of

14-88

Peace officer, impersonating

14-93

Property seized by police, disposition

20-5

Public servant, impersonating

14-92

Publicly-exhibited contest

Tampering with

14-97

Second degree forgery

14-87

Slugs, making, using, uttering

14-90
FRINGE BENEFITS

Police reserves

20-25
FRUITS

Wholesale food dealers

9-21 et seq.

See:  FOOD ESTABLISHMENTS

G

GAMBLING

Affirmative defenses

14-212

Conduct gift enterprise

Conditions; gift enterprise, defined

14-207

Defenses in cases of gambling

14-214

Definitions

14-206

Established business

14-207

Exemptions

14-217

Forfeiture of bet gambling device to city

14-215

Player, status affirmative defense

14-216

Gambling debt collection; penalty

14-222

Gross proceeds; use

14-221

Lotteries

Established by political subdivision; election; prior approval

14-220

Nonprofit organization

Conduct lotteries; conditions

14-218

Conduct raffles; conditions

14-219

Occupational taxes for conducting games of chance and/or lotteries and distributing gambling devices

13-141 et seq.

See:  LICENSES AND PERMITS

Possession

Gambling device

14-211

Gambling records

14-210

Proof of possession of gambling device

14-213

Property seized by police, disposition

20-5

Second degree, promoting gambling in

14-208

Sporting event

Proof of occurrence; prima facie evidence

14-223

Third degree, promoting gambling in

14-209
GARBAGE AND TRASH

Construction wastes, disposal

10-8

Containers

Duty to keep clean

10-5

Generally

10-4

Placement

10-6

Definitions

10-1

Independent contractors

Bond

10-22

Hauling own wastes

10-26

Inspections

10-25

Licenses

Bond requirements

10-22

Requirements in general

10-21

Sanitary requirements

10-24

Vehicle specifications

10-23

Landfills.  See herein:  Transfer Station and Landfill

Littering

14-43

Pickup dates

10-9

Removal of garbage

10-3

Rubbish on highways, depositing

24-283

Rules and regulations

10-2

Sanitary conditions for mobile home parks

15-54

Sectionalization of city

Designation of pickup dates

10-9

Transfer station and landfill

Disposal points

10-27

Fees

Alternate site disposal

10-30

Assessed by volume

10-29

Billing

10-32

Typical landfill waste

10-28

General provisions

10-31

Tree limbs and branches, collection

10-7

Trees and shrubbery

Debris resulting born removal, acts declared unlawful

25-3

Weeds, noxious growth and litter

17-11 et seq.

See:  WEEDS, BRUSH AND LITTER

GAS

Building regulations applicable to mobile home parks, etc.

15-18

Fire regulations

8-1 et seq.

See:  FIRE PREVENTION AND PROTECTION

Gas contractors

6-110 et seq.

See:  MECHANICAL CODE

Plumbing regulations

6-121 et seq.

See:  PLUMBING

GENDER

Word usage for interpreting Code

1-2
GENERAL PENALTY.  See:  FINES, FORFEITURES AND PENALTIES
GIFTS

Purchasing procedures

Gifts and rebates

2-108
GLASS, CONTAINERS, ETC.

Deposits of injurious materials on public ways

22-2

Prohibited in parks, beach areas

18-12(d)
GOATS

Animals running at large

4-6 et seq.

See:  ANIMALS AND FOWLS

GO-CARTS

Prohibited on streets

24-100
GOLF CARTS

Prohibited on streets

24-100
GOODS, WARES AND MERCHANDISE

Secondhand dealers, etc., permit requirements

13-58 et seq.

See:  LICENSES AND PERMITS

GOVERNMENT LOTTERIES

Regulated

14-219
GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS

Obstructing

14-161
GRADES

Certain ordinances not affected by code

1-3

Coasting on

24-280
GRAFFITI

Definitions

17-50

Intent

17-51

Notice

17-54

Prohibited acts

17-52

Property responsibility

17-53

Removal by city

17-55
GRASS

Noxious growths, removal

17-11 et seq.

See:  WEEDS, BRUSH AND LITTER

Disposal fees for grass and leaves

10-30
GRILLS

Fires and fireworks in parks

18-5
GUIDE DOG OR WHITE CANE

Unlawful use

14-311
GUNS

Unlawful possession of revolver

14-239

Weapons in general.  See:  FIREARMS AND WEAPONS

H

HANDBILLS

Advertising in general.  See:  ADVERTISING

Distribution restrictions

14-321

False, deceptive, etc., advertising

14-317
HANDICAPPED PERSONS

Blind, failure to observe

14-312

Restrictions for parking unauthorized vehicle in handicapped parking stall or space

24-169
HARASSMENT

Intimidating phone calls

14-308

Oppression under color of office

14-181
HASHISH

Drugs, drug paraphernalia, etc.

14-266 et seq.

See:  DRUGS AND MEDICINES

HEALTH AND SANITATION

Board of health

11-1

Contagious disease control

11-2

Garbage and trash disposal

10-1 et seq.

See:  GARBAGE AND TRASH

Health division

Established

11-16

Service charges

11-17

Miscellaneous offenses in parks

18-12

Nuisances

17-1 et seq.

See:  NUISANCES

Offensive matter, exposing

14-305

Public swimming pools

11-31 et seq.

See:  SWIMMING POOLS

Unclean stock cars

14-306

Weeds and noxious growths, litter

17-11 et seq.

See:  WEEDS, BRUSH AND LITTER

HEARING BOARDS. See:  BOARDS, COMMITTEES AND COMMISSIONS
HEATING SYSTEMS

Mechanical code

6-106 et seq.

See:  MECHANICAL CODE

HEDGES.  See:  FENCES, WALLS, HEDGES AND ENCLOSURES
HIGHWAYS

Public way defined re

1-2

Public ways in general.  See:  STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

HILLS AND GRADES.  See:  GRADES
HOGS

Keeping of swine

4-4
   
HORSE-DRAWN CARRIAGES

Carriage

13-208

Insurance

13-206

License

13-202

Operation

13-205

Route

13-204
HORSES

Animals running at large

4-6 et seq.

See:  ANIMALS AND FOWL

HOSPITALS

Failure to report injury of violence

14-162
HOTELS

Alcoholic beverage regulations

3-1 et seq.

See:  ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES

Theft of services

14-58

Wholesale food dealers

9-21 et seq.

See:  FOOD ESTABLISHMENTS

HOUSE MOVING

Moving of buildings

22-81 et seq.

See:  STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

HOUSE NUMBERING

Base lines

19-17

Correct number furnished by city

19-20

Display of number

19-20, 19-21

Improper maintenance of numbers

19-22

Numbers to be plainly visible

19-21

Plats

19-19

Required

19-16

Scheme

19-18
HOUSE TRAILERS

Mobile homes

15-1 et seq.

See:  MOBILE HOMES AND MOBILE HOME PARKS

Overnight camping in Ta-Ha-Zouka Park

18-4

Parks in general.  See:  PARKS AND RECREATION

HOUSING CODE

Additions, insertions and changes

6-183

Adopted

6-181

Conflicting provisions

6-182

Damaged Structures

6-184

Extraterritorial jurisdiction of certain ordinances

1-11

One- and two-family dwelling code

6-161 et seq.

See:  ONE- AND TWO-FAMILY DWELLING CODE

HOUSING DISCRIMINATION

Definitions

12-3

Multifamily dwellings

12-2

Prohibited acts, etc.

12-1
HUNTING AND FISHING

Skyview Park and Lake

18-7

I

ICE, SLEET, FREEZING RAIN, ETC.

Removal from sidewalk

22-1

Snow emergency routes

24-201 et seq.

See:  TRAFFIC

ICEBOXES

Abandoned iceboxes and similar containers

14-226
IMPERSONATION

Criminal impersonation

14-91

Peace officer, impersonating

14-93

Public servant, impersonating

14-92
IMPOUNDMENT

Dogs and cats

4-20 et seq.

See:  ANIMALS AND FOWL

Redemption of impounded vehicles

17-38

See:  WRECKED OR ABANDONED VEHICLES

Redemption of impounded vehicles removed by city

24-152
IMPROVEMENTS.  See:  PUBLIC WORKS AND IMPROVEMENTS
INCINERATORS

Required, requirements

8-2
INCITING RIOTS

Disorderly conduct provisions re

14-7
INDEBTEDNESS OF CITY

Certain ordinances not affected by code

1-3

Finances, etc., in general.  See:  FINANCES

INDECENCY AND OBSCENITY

Available to the public, defined

14-281

Conduct prohibited

14-282

Criminal prosecution

14-284(c)

Definitions

14-281

Disseminate, defined

14-281

Evidence and defenses

14-285

Injunctions

14-284(d)

Intimidating phone calls

14-308

Knowingly, defined

14-281

Legal proceedings, generally

14-284

Material, defined

14-281

Notice of obscene material or action

14-283

Nudity, defined

14-281

Obscene, defined

14-281

Performance, defined

14-281

Promote, defined

14-281

Prostitution provisions

14-146 et seq.

See:  PROSTITUTION

Public indecency

14-137

Service to patrons, defined

14-281

Violations

14-286

Window peeping

14-138
INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS

Off-street parking and loading regulations

27-347

See:  ZONING

INFANTS.  See:  MINORS
INFESTATION

Insect and rodent control in mobile home parks

15-55
INFLAMMABLES

Fire regulations

8-1 et seq.

See:  FIRE PREVENTION AND PROTECTION

Transportation of

24-290
INFORMATION

Financial information, disclosure by city officials

2-88

Misuse of official information

2-87, 14-180
INSECT AND RODENT CONTROL

Mobile home park requirements

15-55
INSTITUTIONS

Off-street parking and loading regulations

27-347 et seq.

See:  ZONING

INSULATION

Energy conservation standards

6-163

See:  ONE- AND TWO-FAMILY DWELLING CODE

INSURANCE

Fire alarm installer contractor; certificate of insurance

6-158.1

Fire sprinkler/suppression contractor; certificate of insurance

6-157.1

Flood insurance program

27-241
INTEREST

Investment of surplus funds

2-32

Financial affairs in general.  See:  FINANCES

INTIMIDATION, THREATS, ETC.

Housing discrimination

12-1 et seq.

Oppression under color of office

14-181

Pickets, intimidating

14-254
INTOXICANTS

Alcoholic beverage regulations

3-1 et seq.

See:  ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES

INVESTIGATIONS

Authority of city administrator

2-66(b)
IRON KNUCKLES

Weapons regulations

14-236 et seq.

See:  FIREARMS AND WEAPONS

ITINERANT MERCHANTS.  See:  PEDDLERS, CANVASSERS AND SOLICITORS
IZACK WALTON CABIN

Consumption of alcoholic beverages

3-12

Parks, miscellaneous offenses in

18-12

J

JAILS.  See:  PRISONS AND PRISONERS
JOINT AUTHORITY

Construed

1-2
JOINT OWNER

Owner construed re

1-2
JUDGES

In-camera hearings re sexual assault

14-27

See:  SEXUAL ASSAULT

JUDGEMENT OR DECREE

Severability of invalid parts of code

1-18
JUNK

Salvage yard operations

13-41 et seq.

Wrecked or abandoned vehicles

17-26 et seq.

See:  WRECKED OR ABANDONED VEHICLES

JURISDICTION

Extraterritorial jurisdiction of certain ordinances

1-11
JUVENILES.  See:  MINORS

K

KEYS.  See:  LOCKS AND KEYS
KIDNAPPING

False imprisonment, etc.

14-18
KNIVES

Weapons regulations

14-236 et seq.

See:  FIREARMS AND WEAPONS

KNUCKLES

Weapons regulations

14-236 et seq.

See:  FIREARMS AND WEAPONS

L

LABOR UNIONS

Picketing

14-251 et seq.

See:  PICKETING

LAKES, STREAMS, BROOKS, SPRINGS

Fishing and hunting in Skyview Park

18-7

Nuisances, maintaining

14-314

See:  NUISANCES

Polluting, putting carcasses or filthy substances in

14-304

Public place defined to include, etc.

1-2

Water recreation, park regulations

18-9
LAND

Owner construed re

1-2

Sale of land from unapproved plat

23-17

Subdivision and developments in general.  See: SUBDIVISIONS

Tenant, occupant construed re

1-2
LANDSCAPING

Zoning supplemental regulations

27-301 et seq
LANED ROADWAYS

Traffic regulations

24-1 et seq.

See:  TRAFFIC

LANES

Street defined re

1-2

Streets in general.  See:  STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

LAW

Defined

1-2
LAWYERS

City attorney

1-2

See:  CITY ATTORNEY

LEASES, RENTALS, ETC.

Housing discrimination

12-1
LEGAL PROCESSES.  See:  WRITS, WARRANTS AND OTHER PROCESSES
LEGISLATION

Council meetings and procedures

2-16 et seq.

See:  CITY COUNCIL

LETTERS

Simulating legal process

14-178

Legal process in general.  See:  WRITS, WARRANTS AND OTHER PROCESSES

LIBRARY

Citizens' library board

Appointment, terms of members

12.5-4

Bylaws; rules

12.5-6

Compensation of members

12.5-4

Composition

12.5-3

Delegated responsibilities

12.5-5

Established

12.5-3

Custody of library funds

12.5-7

Establishment of public library

12.5-1

Injuring, destroying, etc., property of public library

12.5-9

Library director

Appointment, duties

12.5-2

Penalties imposed; recovery in civil action

12.5-8

Unlawful conduct

12.5-9
LICENSES AND PERMITS

Alcoholic beverage premises

3-26 et seq.

See:  ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES

Bicycles

5-3

Bingo

13-31

Carnival fees

13-17

Certification of plumbers

6-131 et seq.

See:  PLUMBING

Circus fees

13-17

Dog and cat licenses

4-8 et seq.

See:  ANIMALS AND FOWL

Driver's licenses, defined

24-1

Other provisions regarding driver's licenses.  See:  TRAFFIC

Electricity.  See also:  ELECTRICITY

Contractors, licensing, etc.

6-71 et seq.

Permits and inspections

6-91 et seq.

Excavations, curb cuts, etc.

22-66 et seq.

See:  STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

Fireworks, occupation tax

8-5

Health division service charges

11-17

Independent garbage collecting contractors, etc.

10-21 et seq.

See:  GARBAGE AND TRASH

Mechanical code, gas piping, gas fitting permits

6-110 et seq.

See:  MECHANICAL CODE

Moped operator's license and permit

24-237

See:  TRAFFIC

Occupation taxes for conducting games of chance and/or lotteries and distributing gambling devices

Amount of occupation tax

Distributor of gambling devices

13-144

Persons engaged in occupation of conducting games of chance and/or lotteries

13-143

Definitions

13-141

Exemption

13-149

Imposed

13-142

Permits

Application

13-146

Display

13-147

Fee

13-148

Requirement

13-143

Parade permits

22-112 et seq.

See:  STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

Pawnbrokers

Alcoholic, narcotic drugs, stimulants, etc.; accepting collateral security or purchase from

Additional restrictions

13-77

Definitions

13-70

Minors, accepting collateral security or purchase from

Additional restrictions

13-77

Permit and bond

13-71

Records and place of business

13-72

Reports

13-73

Restrictions

13-77

Sale of goods

13-76

Storage and resale of property

13-74

Violations

13-75

Peddlers, canvassers and solicitors

13-111 et seq.

See:  PEDDLERS, CANVASSERS AND SOLICITORS

Permits

Bingo

13-31

Building/zoning permit

27-27

Fees

13-17

Issuance

13-18

Levied

13-16

Transfer of

13-18

Plumbing permits, certificates, etc.

6-141 et seq.

See:  PLUMBING

Public swimming pool operating permits

11-46 et seq.

See:  SWIMMING POOLS

Revocation or suspension

Particular requirements relative to specific permits, etc.

See specific subjects

Revocation not construed as recovery of penalty, etc.

1-16

Salvage yards

Definitions

13-41

Nuisance declared, when

13-44

Obstruction of streets or sidewalks

13-43

Permits

13-42

Secondhand dealers

Boosting bids

13-61

Definitions

13-57

Mortgage property, sale of

13-62

Permit

Assignment; restrictions

13-59

Required

13-58

Records to be kept

13-60

Sale of mortgaged property

13-62

Secondhand goods at auction sales, fees

13-17

Telephone companies

13-76 et seq.

See:  TELEPHONE COMPANIES

Zoning permits

27-22

See:  ZONING (Chapter 27)

LIENS

Water liens

26-46
LIFE SAFETY CODE

Adopted

8-1
LIGHTS AND BARRICADES

Street excavations and openings, protecting

22-46
LIQUID GAS

Fire regulations

8-1 et seq.

See:  FIRE PREVENTION AND PROTECTION

LIQUOR

Alcoholic beverage regulations

3-1 et seq.

See:  ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES

LITERATURE

Obscenity, generally

14-281 et seq.

See:  INDECENCY AND OBSCENITY

LITTERING

Discarding articles on public ways, etc.

14-43

Injurious materials, depositing on public ways

22-2

Rubbish on highways

24-283

Trash disposal

10-1 et seq.

See:  GARBAGE AND TRASH

Weeds, noxious growth and litter

17-11 et seq.

See:  WEEDS, BRUSH AND LITTER

LIVESTOCK

Animals running at large

4-6 et seq.

See:  ANIMALS AND FOWL

Keeping of

4-4

Unclean stock cars

14-306
LIVESTOCK BUSINESSES

Extraterritorial jurisdiction of certain ordinances

1-11
LOADING AND UNLOADING

Off-street parking and loading

27-341 et seq.

See:  ZONING (Chapter 27)

LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS.  See:  PUBLIC WORKS AND IMPROVEMENTS
LOCKS AND KEYS

Special provisions re

14-313
LODGING HOUSES

Theft of services

14-58
LOITERING

Jail, about

14-176

Window peeping

14-138
LOST PROPERTY

Theft of 

14-57
LOTS

Stagnant water

14-303

Subdivision lots

Improvements

23-41

Platting procedure

23-26 et seq.

See:  SUBDIVISIONS (Chapter 23)

Zoning supplementary regulations

27-301
LOTTERY

Gambling

14-206 et seq.

See:  GAMBLING

Occupation taxes for conducting games of chance and/or lotteries and distributing gambling devices

13-141 et seq.

See:  LICENSES AND PERMITS

LOUDSPEAKERS

Amplifier restrictions

14-322

M

MACHINE GUNS

Weapons regulations

14-236 et seq.

See:  FIREARMS AND WEAPONS

MADISON COUNTY.  See:  COUNTY
MAGAZINES

Obscenity, generally

14-281 et seq.

See:  INDECENCY AND OBSCENITY

MAIL

Simulating legal process

14-178

Legal process in general.  See:  WRITS, WARRANTS AND OTHER PROCESSES

MALFEASANCE

Official misconduct

14-179
MALICIOUS MISCHIEF

Criminal mischief

14-61
MALT BEVERAGES

Alcoholic beverage regulations

3-1 et seq.

See:  ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES

MANUFACTURED HOMES.  See:  MOBILE HOMES AND MOBILE HOME PARKS
MAPS.  See:  SURVEYS, MAPS AND PLATS
MARIJUANA

Drugs, drug paraphernalia, etc.

14-266 et seq.

See:  DRUGS AND MEDICINES

MAY, SHALL

Terms defined

1-2
MAYOR

Appointment of city officers, department and division heads

2-4

City administrator

2-61 et seq.

See:  CITY ADMINISTRATOR

Code of ethics

2-81 et seq.

See:  CODE OF ETHICS

Code references and definitions construed

1-2

Interfering, etc., with city administrator

2-67

Vacancy in office, filling

2-26
MEAT AND MEAT PRODUCTS

Offensive matter, exposing

14-305
MECHANICAL CODE

Additions, insertions and changes

6-107

Adopted

6-106

Appeals

6-113

Building regulations applicable to mobile home parks

15-18

Contractors

Gas contractors.  See herein that subject

Mechanical contractors.  See herein that subject

Gas contractors

Appeals

6-113

Certificate of insurance

6-111.2

Mechanical contractors.  See also herein that subject

Registration

Certificate of insurance

6-111.2

Experience; examination; fees; expiration date; exceptions

6-111

Mechanical contractor and gas contractor reciprocity with other cities; transferability of registration among persons

6-112

Revocation; suspension

6-111.1

Scope of work; permit to do gas systems work required

6-110

Transferability of registration among persons

6-112

Mechanical contractors

Appeals

6-113

Certificate of insurance

6-109.2

Gas contractors.  See also herein that subject

Registration

Certificate of insurance

6-109.2

Experience; examination; fees; expiration date; exceptions

6-109

Mechanical contractor and gas contractor reciprocity with other cities; transferability of registration among persons

6-112

Revocation; suspension

6-109.1

Scope of work; permit to do mechanical work required

6-108

Transferability of registration among persons

6-112

One- and two-family dwelling code

6-161 et seq.

See:  ONE- AND TWO-FAMILY DWELLING CODE

Permits

Gas systems work, permit required

6-110

Mechanical work, permit required

6-108

Registration

Gas contractors.  See herein that subject

Mechanical contractors.  See herein that subject

MEDICAL EMERGENCY ALARMS

Regulations for alarm systems

2.5-1 et seq.

See:  ALARM SYSTEMS

MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS

Failure to report injury of violence

14-162
MEDICINES.  See:  DRUGS AND MEDICINES
MERCHANDISE

False, deceptive, etc., advertising

14-317

Secondhand dealers, etc., permit requirements

13-58 et seq.

See:  LICENSES AND PERMITS

MEXICAN, INDIAN, ETC., MINORITIES

Housing discrimination

12-1 et seq.
MINIBIKES

Prohibited on streets

24-100
MINORITY RACES

Housing discrimination

12-1 et seq.
MINORS (Juveniles, children, infants, etc.)

Abandoned iceboxes, etc., accessible to children

14-226

Alcoholic beverage regulations

3-1 et seq.

See:  ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES

Bicycle riders, parental responsibilities

5-5

Child passenger safety restraints

24-11

Contributing to delinquency of a child

14-121

Curfew

14-318

Debauching a minor

14-136

Drug paraphernalia delivered to, etc.

14-271

Pawnbrokers accepting collateral security or purchase from

Restrictions on pawnbrokers

13-77

Unlawful possession of a revolver

14-239

Weapons in general.  See:  FIREARMS AND WEAPONS

MISDEMEANORS

Official misconduct

14-179
MISFEASANCE

Official misconduct

14-179
MISLAID PROPERTY

Theft of

14-57
MOBILE HOMES AND MOBILE HOME PARKS

Anchoring, blocking, etc.

15-4

Appeals

15-39

Camper or travel trailer or motor home

Definitions

15-1

Campground or trailer park

Defined

15-1

Compliance with provisions

15-2

Definitions

15-1

Dependent mobile home

Defined

15-1

Flammable liquid tanks

8-3

Independent mobile home, defined

15-1

Inspections

15-5

Licensee, defined

15-1

Location restrictions for mobile homes

15-3

Mobile home, defined

15-1

Mobile home lot, mobile home space

Defined

15-1

Mobile home parks

Appeals

15-39

Building regulations, applicability

15-18

Compliance with other provisions

15-17

Defined

15-1

Electrical requirements

15-53

Garbage, trash, etc.

15-54

Improvements and requirements.  See herein specific subjects

Insect and rodent control

15-55

Management

General responsibilities

15-16

Permits

Appeals

15-39

Applications

15-32

Denial

15-34

Expiration

15-35

Fees

15-33

Issuance

15-34

Plumbing or electrical work

15-36

Pre-existing uses

15-37

Renewal

15-35

Required

15-31

Suspension or revocation

15-38

Appeals

15-39

Register of occupants

15-19

Sanitary conditions

15-54

Sanitary sewer systems

15-52

Single ownership

15-20

Waste, disposal

15-54

Water supply

15-51

Multiple dwelling, defined

15-1

Natural or artificial barrier

Defined

15-1

Park, defined

15-1

Violations

15-6
MONEY OF CITY.  See:  FINANCES
MONTH

Defined

1-2
MOPEDS

Defined

24-1

Traffic regulations

24-236 et seq.

See:  TRAFFIC

MORALS OFFENSES

Generally.  See:  SEXUAL OFFENSES

Parking lots, private property, etc

Applicability of certain ordinances

1-10
MORPHINE

Drugs, drug paraphernalia, etc.

14-266 et seq.

See:  DRUGS AND MEDICINES

MOTELS

Theft of services

14-58
MOTOR BOATS

Unauthorized use of propelled vehicles

14-59
MOTOR VEHICLES AND OTHER VEHICLES

Bicycle regulations

5-1 et seq.

Garbage conveyances, specifications

10-23

Littering from motor vehicles

14-43

Operating a motor vehicle to avoid arrest

14-165

Park restrictions

18-11

Restrictions on use of amplifiers

14-322

Traffic regulations

24-1 et seq.

Unauthorized use of propelled vehicles

14-59

Wrecked and abandoned vehicles

17-26 et seq.
MOTORCYCLES

Traffic regulations

24-221 et seq.
MUD

Removal from sidewalk

22-1
MULTIPLE DWELLINGS

Mobile home and mobile home park regulations

15-1 et seq.
MUNICIPAL UTILITIES.  See:  UTILITIES
MUNICIPALITY.  See:  CITY

N

NARCOTICS

Drugs, drug paraphernalia, etc.

14-266 et seq.

See:  DRUGS AND MEDICINES

NEBRASKA LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION

Commission defined

3-1
NEBRASKA, STATE OF.  See:  STATE
NEGLIGENT DRIVING

Parking lots, private property, etc.

Applicability of certain ordinances

1-10
NOISE

Amplifier restrictions

14-322

Barking, howling, crying or yelping dogs or cats

4-16

Brakes, "jake", dynamic, engine; prohibited use

24-294

Disorderly conduct provisions re

14-7

Disturbing the peace

14-315
NOISOME OR OFFENSIVE SMELLS, ETC.

Nuisance, maintaining

14-314
NOMINATIONS

Partisan elections required

7-1

Election regulations in general.  See:  ELECTIONS

NONFEASANCE

Official misconduct

14-179
NORFOLK, CITY OF.  See:  CITY
NORFOLK POLICE RESERVE UNIT

Created

20-17

See:  POLICE RESERVES

NOXIOUS CONDITIONS

Nuisance, maintaining

14-314

See:  NUISANCES

NUDITY

Obscenity, generally

14-281 et seq.

See:  INDECENCY AND OBSCENITY

NUISANCES

Abandoned iceboxes, refrigerators, etc

14-226

Abatement, generally

17-1

Graffiti abatement

17-50 et seq.

See:  GRAFFITI

Junk business operations

13-44

Loud, barking dogs

4-16

Maintaining a nuisance

14-314

Offensive matter, exposing

14-305

Swine, keeping of

4-4

Trees and shrubbery, acts declared nuisances, notices, abatement

25-2

Weeds, noxious growth and litter

17-11 et seq.

See:  WEEDS, BRUSH AND LITTER

Wrecked or abandoned vehicles

17-26 et seq.

See:  WRECKED OR ABANDONED VEHICLES

NUMBER

Word usage for interpreting Code

1-2
NUMBERING OF HOUSES

Regulations

19-16 et seq.

See:  HOUSE NUMBERING

O

OATH, AFFIRMATION, SWEAR OR SWORN

Civil service commission

Power to administer oaths

2-167

Defined

1-2

Police reserve oath

20-19
OBSCENITY.  See:  INDECENCY AND OBSCENITY
OCCUPANT.  See: TENANT, OCCUPANT
OCCUPATIONAL LICENSES.  See:  LICENSES AND PERMITS
OFFENSES (Generally)

(Note--Subjects contained under this heading are offenses and applicable provisions not contained in Chapter 14.)

Climbing on railroad trains

21-6

Codes does not affect prior offenses, etc.

1-4

Effect of repeal of ordinances

1-9

General penalty, continuing violations

1-16

Code construction and interpretation re violations, etc. See:  CODE OF ORDINANCES

Parking lots, private property, etc.

Applicability of certain ordinances

1-10
OFFENSES (Miscellaneous provisions and offenses, Chapter 14)

(Note--As any violation may be construed as an offense, other offenses and applicable subjects not provided for in Chapter 14 will be found in alphabetical order in the index.  See specific subjects accordingly.)

Abandonment

Abandoned iceboxes, refrigerators, etc.

14-226

Animal, abandoning

14-196

Abduction

False imprisonment in the second degree

14-18

Act, defined

14-1

Act of violence

Failure to report by physician, surgeon, others

14-162

Advertising

Distribution of handbills, etc.

14-321

Drug paraphernalia

14-272

See:  DRUGS AND MEDICINES

False, deceptive, etc., advertising

14-317

Affirmative defense

Gambling devices.  See herein:  Gambling

Aid or assist, defined

14-1

Aiding and abetting

14-8

Air driven pipes

Drug paraphernalia

14-267 et seq.

Air rifles, BB guns, etc.

Discharge of

14-242

Amplifiers, restrictions on

14-322

Animals

Cruelty to animals

14-196

Indecency with an animal

14-197

Slaughtering hanging, etc.

14-302

Annoying phone calls

14-308

Arrest

Neglecting to serve a warrant

14-182

See herein:  Legal Process

Operating motor vehicle to avoid

14-165

Resisting

14-164

Arson

Third degree arson

14-42

Assault

Assault in the third degree

14-17

Sexual assault.  See herein that subject

Assemblies

Picketing.  See herein that subject

Riots

14-228

Attempts to commit

14-2

Bad check, issuing

14-94

See herein:  Fraud

Barbed wire fences

14-227

BB guns and air rifles

Discharging

14-242

Benefit, defined

14-1

Bestiality

Indecency with an animal

14-197

Blind persons

Failing to observe a blind person

14-312

Unlawful use of white cane or guide dog

14-311

Bodily injury, defined

14-1

Bongs

Drug paraphernalia

14-267 et seq.

Book entries, juggling

14-95

Bows and arrows, discharging

14-242

See herein:  Weapons

Bribery

Commercial bribery and breach of duty, etc.

14-96

Butchers, slaughterhouses

Exposing offensive articles

14-305

Carburetor pipes

Drug paraphernalia

14-267 et seq.

Carcass of dead animals

Exposing of offensive matter

14-305

Cattle cars

Unclean stock cars

14-306

Chamber pipes

Drug paraphernalia

14-267 et seq.

Children.  See herein:  Minors

Chillums

Drug paraphernalia

14-267 et seq.

Circulars and handbills, distributing

14-321

Cocaine

Drugs regulated.  See herein:  Drugs and Medicines

Slugs, depositing

14-90

Collections of water

Maintaining a nuisance

14-314

Communications systems

Interfering with police radio

14-310

Interfering with public service company

14-309

Compounding a felony

14-16

Concealed weapons.  See herein:  Weapons

Concealing knowledge of

14-4

Conduct, defined

14-1

Conspiracy

14-3

Contests

Tampering with publicly-exhibited contest

14-97

Contraband

Furnishing to prisoners

14-175

Contributing to the delinquency of a child

14-121

Controlled substances

Drugs regulated.  See herein:  Drugs and Medicines

Court

Failure to appear in court

14-168

Criminal impersonation

14-91

Criminal possession of a forged instrument

14-88

See herein:  Fraud

Criminal simulation, defined

14-89

See herein:  Fraud

Criminal trespass.  See herein:  Trespass

Cruelty to animals

14-196

Curfew

Minor's curfew

14-318

Dangerous weapons.  See herein:  Weapons

Dead animals

Depositing in wells, etc.

14-304

Deadly physical force

Defined

14-1

Deadly weapon, defined

14-1

Debauching a minor

14-136

Deception

Fraud.  See herein that subject

Deface, defined

14-1

Defecating.  See herein:  Urinating/Defecating in Public

Defense

Gambling affirmative defenses, etc., See herein:  Gambling

Definitions

14-1

Contributing to the delinquency of a child, re

14-121

Cruelty to animals, as to

14-196

Drugs and medicines, re

14-266 et seq.

Fraud, re

14-86

Gambling definitions

14-206

Obscenity definitions

14-281

Re offenses against property

14-41

Re sexual assault

14-25

Re theft, etc.

14-51

Weapons, as to

14-236

Delinquent child

Contributing to delinquency of a child

14-121

Disorderly conduct

14-7

Interfering with firemen on duty

14-170

Disturbances

Riots

14-228

Disturbing the peace

14-315

Drugs and medicines

Controlled substances

Defined

14-266(1)

Definitions

14-266

Drug, defined

14-266(2)

Drug paraphernalia

Advertisement of

14-272

Defined

14-267

Delivery or sale

14-270

Minors, delivery to

14-271

Factors in determination

14-268

Minor, delivery to

14-271

Possession

14-269

Marijuana

Defined

14-266(3)

Possession of

14-273

Narcotic drug, defined

14-266(4)

Opiate, defined

14-266(5)

Opium poppy, defined

14-266(6)

Poppy straw, defined

14-266(7)

Dwelling, defined

14-1

Electric fences

14-227

Electric pipes

Drug paraphernalia

14-267 et seq.

Emergency room or first aid station attendant

Duty to report violence, failure

14-162

Escape

Implements for escape

14-174

Explosives, carrying

Weapons regulations.  See herein:  Weapons

Exposing offensive matter

14-305

Extortion

Intimidating phone calls

14-308(5)

False, deceptive, etc., advertising

14-317

False imprisonment in the second degree

14-18

False reporting an offense

14-169

False reports

Filing false reports with regulatory bodies

14-172

False statement or book entry

Generally

14-95

Falsifying records

Public utility, of

14-171

Family relations

Offenses involving

14-121 et seq.

Felony, compounding

14-16

Fences

Barbed wire or electric fences

14-227

Fire bugs

Third degree arson

14-42

Firearms.  See herein:  Weapons

Firemen on official duty

Interfering with

14-170

Flag, mutilating

14-183

Forgery.  See also herein:  Fraud

Obscuring identification numbers.  See herein:  Identification Numbers

Fraud

Bad check, issuing

14-94

Commercial bribery, breach of duty, etc.

14-96

Complete written estimate, defined

14-86

Contests

Tampering with publicly-exhibited contest

14-97

Criminal impersonation

14-91

Criminal possession of a forged instrument

14-88

Criminal simulation

14-89

Definitions

14-86

Duty to act disinterestedly

Commercial bribery and breach of

14-96

False statement or book entry

14-95

Falsifying records of public utility

14-171

Forged instrument

Criminal possession

14-88

Defined

14-86

Incomplete written instrument, defined

14-86

Impersonating a peace officer

14-93

Impersonating a public servant

14-92

Identification numbers

Altering

14-107

Definitions

14-106

Receiving an altered article

14-108

Possess, defined

14-86

Records, destruction or secreting

14-95

Second degree forgery

14-87

Slugs

Making, using or uttering

14-90

Tampering with publicly-exhibited contest

14-97

"To falsely alter a written instrument", defined

14-86

"To falsely complete a written instrument", defined

14-86

"To falsely make a written instrument", defined

14-86

Utter, defined

14-86

Written instrument, defined

14-86

Gambling

Affirmative defenses

14-212

Conduct gift enterprise

Conditions; gift enterprise, defined

14-207

Defenses in case of gambling

14-214

Definitions

14-206

Established business

14-207

Exemptions

14-217

Forfeiture of bid or gambling device to city

14-215

Gambling debt collection; penalty

14-222

Gross proceeds; use

14-221

Lotteries

Established by political subdivision; election; prior approval

14-220

Nonprofit organization

Conduct lottery; conditions

14-218

Conduct raffle; conditions

14-219

Player, status as affirmative defense

14-216

Possession

Gambling devices

14-211

Gambling records

14-210

Proof of possession of gambling device

14-213

Second degree, promoting gambling in

14-208

Sporting event

Proof of occurrence; prima facie evidence

14-223

Third degree, promoting gambling against

14-209

Government, defined

14-1

Government operations

Obstructing, penalty

14-161

Governmental function, defined

14-1

Governmental lotteries

14-219

Gambling.  See herein that subject

Guide dog or white cane

Unlawful use

14-311

Handbill distribution

14-321

Harassment

Intimidation by phone calls

14-308

Hypodermic syringes

Drug paraphernalia

14-267 et seq. 

Ice pipes or chillers

14-267 et seq.

Iceboxes, abandonment

14-226

Identification numbers

Altering

14-107

Definitions

14-106

Receiving an altered article

14-108

Impersonation

Criminal impersonations

14-91

Peace officer, impersonating

14-93

Public servant, impersonating

14-92

Indecency and obscenity

Available to the public, defined

14-281

Conduct prohibited

14-282

Debauching a minor

14-136

Definitions

14-281

Disseminate, defined

14-281

Evidence and defenses

14-285

Indecent, lewd or obscene language in telephone calls

14-308

Knowingly, defined

14-281

Legal proceedings, generally

14-284

Material, defined

14-281

Morals offenses, other.  See elsewhere herein specific subjects

Notice of obscene material or action

14-283

Nudity, defined

14-281

Obscene, defined

14-281

Offenses against public peace, order and decency

14-196 et seq.

See herein specific subjects

Performance, defined

14-281

Prohibited conduct

14-282

Promote, defined

14-281

Public indecency

14-137

Service to patrons, defined

14-281

Violations

14-286

Window peeping

14-138

Intimidation

Oppression under color of offense

14-181

Phone calls, by

14-308

Pickets, intimidating

14-254

Jail

Loitering about

14-176

Prisons and prisoners.  See also herein that subject

Juveniles.  See herein:  Minors

Keys and locks.  See herein:  Locks and Keys

Kidnapping

False imprisonment in the second degree

14-18

Knives.  See herein:  Weapons

Knuckles.  See herein:  Weapons

Labor

Picketing.  See herein that subject

Legal process

Neglecting to servant a warrant

14-182

Simulating

14-178

Littering

14-43

Livestock cars

Unclean stock cars

14-306

Locks and keys

Various offenses, etc., re

14-313

Loitering

Jail, about

14-176

Window peeping

14-138

Lotteries.  See herein:  Gambling

Loudspeakers

Restrictions on amplifiers

14-322

Machine guns.  See herein:  Weapons

Marijuana.  See herein:  Drugs and Medicines

Mass picketing.  See herein:  Picketing

Medicines.  See herein: Drugs and Medicines

Meetings

Riots

14-228

Minors

Contributing to the delinquency of a child

14-121

Curfew

14-318

Debauching

14-136

Drug paraphernalia, etc., supplied to

14-271

Unlawful possession of revolver

14-239

Mistreatment

Cruelty to animals

14-196

Morals offenses

Debauching a minor

14-136

Public indecency

14-137

Window peeping

14-138

Motor vehicle

Defined

14-1

Operating a motor vehicle to avoid arrest

14-165

Narcotics.  See herein:  Drugs and Medicines

Neglect

Cruelty to animals

14-196

Noise

Amplifier restrictions

14-322

Nuisances

Exposing offensive matter

14-305

Maintaining a nuisance

14-314

Obscenity.  See herein:  Indecency and Obscenity

Obscuring an identification number

14-106

Offal, exposing or dumping in streams

14-305

Offenses against property

14-41 et seq.

See herein specific subjects

Offenses against public health and safety

14-226 et seq.

See herein specific subjects

Offenses against public peace, order, decency

14-196 et seq.

See herein specific subjects

Offenses against the person

14-16 et seq.

See herein specific subjects

Offenses involving family relations

14-121

Offenses involving fraud

14-86 et seq.

See herein specific subjects

Offenses involving integrity and effectiveness of government operations

14-161 et seq.

See herein specific subjects

Officers and employees

Oppression under color of office

14-181

Pecuniary interest in property, misuse of official information, etc.

14-180

Official information, misuse of

14-180

Official misconduct

14-179

Omission, defined

14-1

Opium

Drugs regulated.  See herein:  Drugs and Medicines

Party line

Refusing to yield

14-307

Peace, order and decency

Offenses against

14-196 et seq.

See herein specific subjects

Peace officer

Defined

14-1

Impersonating

14-93

Interference with

14-167

Obstructing

14-166

Oppression under color of office

14-181

Refusal to aid

14-163

Riots

14-228

Pecuniary benefit, defined

14-1

Person, defined

14-1

Phone calls.  See herein: Telephones

Physician or surgeon

Duty to report injury of violence, failure

14-162

Picketing

Interfering with

14-253

Intimidating pickets

14-254

Mass picketing

14-252

Signs re

14-252

Unlawful picketing

14-251

Police officer

Refusal to obey

14-5

Police radio system

Interfering with

14-310

Pollution

Maintaining a nuisance

14-314

Pollution of water

14-303 et seq.

Prisons and prisoners

Contraband, furnishing

14-175

Implements for escape

14-174

Loitering about jail

14-176

Privy vaults

Contents admitted into streams, rivers, etc.

14-305

Process.  See herein:  Legal Process

Prosecution

Use of incriminating testimony in prostitution cases

14-148

Prostitution

Debauching a minor

14-136

Incriminating testimony, use

14-148

Place of prostitution, keeping

14-147

Prohibited

14-146

Public nuisances.  See herein:  Nuisances

Public place, defined

14-1

Public records

Abuse of

14-173

Altering or tampering with code

1-15

Public servant

Committing official misconduct

14-179

Defined

14-1

Impersonating

14-92

Public service company

Interfering with

14-309

Public utilities

Falsifying records of public utility

14-171

Putrid animal substances

Exposing, dumping into streams, etc.

14-305

Radios

Amplifier restrictions

14-322

Interfering with police radio system

14-310

Raffles.  See herein:  Gambling

Rape.  See herein:  Sexual Assault

Recklessly, defined

14-1

Records.  See also herein:  Public Records

Destruction or secreting of

14-95

Refrigerators, etc.

Abandonment of

14-226

Refusal to obey an officer

14-5

Restraint

False imprisonment in the second degree

14-18

Riots

14-228

Picketing.  See herein that subject

Roach clips

Drug paraphernalia

14-267 et seq.

Serious bodily injury

Defined

14-1

Sexual assault

Actor, defined

14-25

Definitions

14-25

Evidence of past sexual conduct

Generally

14-28

Restrictions

14-29

In-camera hearing

14-27

Intimate parts, defined

14-25

Serious personal injury, defined

14-25

Sexual contact, defined

14-25

Sexual penetration, defined

14-25

Third degree sexual assault

14-26

Victim, defined

14-25

Sexual offenses

Indecency with an animal

14-197

Morals offenses, other.  See elsewhere herein specific sexual offenses, etc.

Sheriff

Tranquilizer guns, notice re

14-241

See herein:  Weapons

Slaughterhouses or butchers' establishments

Exposing offensive matter

14-305

Slugs

Making, using or uttering

14-90

Smoking and carburetion masks

Drug paraphernalia

14-267 et seq.

Sound amplifiers

Restrictions on amplifiers

14-322

Spoons, vials, etc.

Drug paraphernalia

14-267 et seq.

Spring, brook, stream or wells

Putting carcass or filthy substance into

14-304

Stagnant water

14-303

State law, violations of

14-6

Subpoenas

Legal process.  See herein that subject

Summons, complaints, etc.

Simulating legal process

14-178

Syringes and needles

Drug paraphernalia

14-267 et seq.

Tamper, defined

14-1

Telephone calls

Interfering with public service company

14-309

Intimidation by phone calls

14-308

Refusing to yield to a party line

14-307

Television sets

Amplifier restrictions

14-322

Testimony

Use of incriminating testimony in prostitution offenses

14-148

Theft and related offenses

Consolidation of theft offenses

14-53

Criminal mischief

14-61

Definitions

14-51

Deprived, defined

14-51

Exemptions

14-62

Financial institution, defined

14-51

Fraud.  See herein that subject

Movable property, defined

14-51

Obtain, defined

14-51

Property, defined

14-51

Property of another, defined

14-51

Receiving, defined

14-51

Receiving stolen property

Theft by

14-60

Shoplifting

Penalty

14-63

Photographic evidence

14-63

Stolen, defined

14-51

Stolen property

Theft by receiving

14-60

Theft by deception

14-55

Theft by extortion

14-56

Theft of property lost, mislaid or delivered by mistake

14-57

Theft of services

14-58

Trespass. See herein that subject

Unauthorized use of a propelled vehicle

14-59

Unlawful taking or disposition

14-54

Violations

14-52

Thing of value, defined

14-1

Third degree arson

14-42

Threats

Intimidating pickets

14-254

Intimidation by phone calls

14-308

Threatening another in a menacing manner

14-17(a)(2)

Tranquilizer guns

Weapons regulations.  See herein:  Weapons

Trespass

Affirmative defenses

14-73

Criminal trespass in the first degree

14-71

Criminal trespass in the second degree

14-72

Truancy

Contributing to the delinquency of a child

14-121

Unattended or discarded iceboxes

Abandonment of

14-226

Unclean stock cars

14-306

United States flag or emblem

Mutilating

14-183

Urinating/defecating in public

Prohibited

14-9

Utility.  See herein:  Public Utility

Uttering.  See herein:  Fraud

Vandalism

Mutilating the flag

14-183

Violations of state

14-6

Violence

Failure to report injury of violence

14-162

Voluntary act, defined

14-1

Warrants

Legal process.  See herein that subject

Water pipes

Drug paraphernalia

14-267 et seq.

Watercourses

Maintaining a nuisance

14-314

Weapons

14-236 et seq.

Concealed weapons, carrying

14-237

Dangerous weapons, carrying

14-238

Definitions

14-236

Explosives, carrying

14-238

Firearms

Discharge of

14-242

Machine guns, defined

14-236

Short rifle, short shotgun, etc., defined

14-236

Fugitive from justice, defined

14-236

Knife, defined

14-236

Knuckles and brass or iron knuckles

Defined

14-236

Machine gun, defined

14-236

Revolver, unlawful possession

14-239

Short rifle, defined

14-236

Short shotgun, defined

14-236

Tranquilizer guns

Failure to notify sheriff of sale of

14-241

Failure to register

14-240

Wells, streams, brooks or springs

Polluting, putting carcass or filthy substance into

14-304

White cane or guide dog

Unlawful use

14-311

Window peeping

14-138

Writs, subpoenas, etc.

Simulating legal process

14-178
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES

Boards, etc.  See:  BOARDS, COMMITTEES AND COMMISSIONS

Building code enforcement officers

Personal liability

6-2

See:  BUILDINGS

Certain ordinances not affected by code

1-3

City administrator

2-61 et seq.

See:  CITY ADMINISTRATOR

City attorney

2-49

See:  CITY ATTORNEY

City Clerk

Separate office for

2-48

City attorney

27-25

City engineer

2-50

City treasurer

Separate office for

2-48

Civil service

2-151 et seq.

See:  CIVIL SERVICE

Classification

Certain ordinances not affected by code

1-3

Code of ethics

2-81 et seq.

See:  CODE OF ETHICS

Compensation, salaries, etc.

Certain ordinances not affected by code

1-3

Police reserve fringe benefits

20-25

Police reserve unit

20-24

Conduct, standards of

2-83

Delegation of authority, construed

1-2

Departments.  See:  DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER AGENCIES OF CITY

Election requirements

7-1 et seq.

See:  ELECTIONS

Emergency cases

Response time of employees

2-47

Ethics, code of

2-81 et seq.

See:  CODE OF ETHICS

Failure to perform official duties

Personnel not subject to general penalty, etc.

1-17

False reports filed with regulatory bodies

14-172

Fire chief

8-17

Fringe benefits for police reserves

20-25

Impersonating public servants

14-92

Joint authority, construed

1-2

Library director

12.5-2

Misuse of official information

14-180

Mayor to appoint city officers, department and division heads

2-4

Misuse of official information

14-180

Obstructing government operations

14-161

Official misconduct

14-179

Officials, employees, boards, commissions, etc.

References in code construed re

1-2

Oppression under color of office

14-181

Outside employment

2-87

Police reserves

20-16 et seq.

See:  POLICE RESERVES

Purchasing agent, office of, etc.

2-103, 2-104

Qualifications of officers

2-46

Smoking policy

2-51

Water commissioner

26-1
OFFICIAL BOOKS

Abuse of public records

14-173

Public records in general.  See:  PUBLIC RECORDS

OFF-STREET PARKING AND LOADING

Regulations enumerated

27-341

See:  ZONING (Chapter 27)

ONE- AND TWO-FAMILY DWELLING CODE

Additions, insertions and changes

6-162

Adoption by reference

6-161

Energy conservation standards

6-173
OPIUM

Drugs, drug paraphernalia, etc.

14-266 et seq.

See:  DRUGS AND MEDICINES

OR, AND

Defined

1-2
ORDINANCES.  See:  CODE OF ORDINANCES
ORGANIZATION

Person defined to include, etc.

1-2
OUTDOOR BURNING

Incinerators required, when

8-2
OUTSIDE EMPLOYMENT

Public officials, etc., involving

2-87
OUTSIDE TOILETS

Prohibited

26-85
OVERGROWTH.  See also:  WEEDS AND BRUSH

Shrubbery in general

25-1 et seq.

See:  TREES AND SHRUBBERY

OVERNIGHT CAMPING

Parking restrictions

18-4
OWNER

Defined

1-2

P

PACKING HOUSES

Offensive matter, exposing

14-305
PAMPHLETS

False, deceptive, etc., advertising

14-317
PAPERS

Abuse of public records

14-173

Public records in general.  See:  PUBLIC RECORDS

Simulating legal process

14-178

Legal process in general.  See:  WRITS, WARRANTS AND OTHER PROCESSES

PARADES

Requirements

22-111 et seq.

See:  STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

PARENTHETICAL AND REFERENCE MATTER IN CODE

Construed

1-6
PARKING

Bicycles

5-23

Bicycle regulations in general.  See:  BICYCLES

Off-street parking and loading

27-341 et seq.

See:  ZONING (Chapter 27)

Snow emergencies

24-209

Traffic regulations in general

24-1 et seq.

See:  TRAFFIC

PARKING LOTS

Ordinance applicability

1-10

Closings

22-130
PARKS AND RECREATION

Animals, bringing into park

18-6

Compliance with provisions

18-2

Exceptions

18-14

Fires and fireworks

18-5

Fishing and hunting

18-7

Interpretation

18-13

Miscellaneous offenses

18-12

Operating hours

18-3

Overnight camping

18-4

Parking

18-15

Park, defined

18-1

Public place defined t include, etc.

1-2

Subdivision park sites, etc.

23-40

Swimming, bathing, wading and boating

18-9

Trapping

18-8

Vehicles, bicycles, etc., regulated

18-11

Vending of merchandise, etc.

18-10

Water recreation

18-9
PARKWAYS

Public ways defined re

1-2

Public ways in general.  See:  STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

PART OWNER

Owner construed re

1-2
PARTNERSHIPS

Owner construed re

1-2

Person defined to include, etc.

1-2
PARTY LINE

Refusing to yield to

14-307
PAVING

Sidewalk construction and repair.  See:  STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

Terraces

22-3
PAWNBROKERS.  See:  LICENSES AND PERMITS
PEACE OFFICERS

Obedience to law enforcement officers

14-5

Obstructing

14-166

Police provisions in general.  See:  POLICE DEPARTMENT

Police reserves

20-16 et seq.

See:  POLICE RESERVES

PECUNIARY INTERESTS

Misuse of official information

14-180
PEDDLERS, CANVASSERS AND SOLICITORS

Definitions

13-111

General requirements

13-114

Itinerant merchants, peddlers and solicitors

Special standards for

13-115

Licenses

13-112

Occupation taxes

13-113

Parking for certain purposes prohibited

13-118

Parks, vending in

18-10

Permits

Approval

13-117

Denial, appeal

13-117

Fees

13-113

Generally

13-112

Temporary merchants and street vendors

Special standards for

13-116

Violations, penalties

13-119
PEDESTRIAN WAYS

Subdivision requirements

23-1 et seq.

See:  SUBDIVISIONS (Chapter 23)

PEDESTRIANS

Barricades and lights for street openings and excavations

22-46

Traffic regulations

24-1 et seq.

See:  TRAFFIC

PENALTIES (Fines, imprisonment, etc.)

Code has no effect on prior offenses, etc.

1-4

Fines, forfeitures, penalties, etc., for specific violations, offenses.  See specific subjects

General penalty

1-16

Repeal, effect of

1-9

Violations for theft

14-52
PENDING PROCEEDINGS

Effect of repeal of ordinance

1-9
PENSIONS AND RETIREMENTS

Certain ordinance not affected by Code

1-3
PERIODICALS, BOOKS, ETC.

Obscenity, generally

14-281 et seq.

See:  INDECENCY AND OBSCENITY

PERMITS.  See:  LICENSES AND PERMITS
PERSON

Construed

1-2
PERSONAL PROPERTY

Defined

1-2

Municipal property in general.  See:  PROPERTY

PETROLEUM PRODUCTS

Fire regulations

8-1 et seq.

See:  FIRE PREVENTION AND PROTECTION

PHYSICIANS

Failure to report injury of violence

14-162
PICKETING

Interfering with

14-253

Intimidating pickets

14-254

Mass picketing

14-252

Sign regulations

14-252

Unlawful picketing

14-251
PICKUP CAMPERS

Overnight camping in Ta-ha-Zouka Park

18-4
PICNICS

Fires and fireworks in parks

18-5
PIERCE COUNTY.  See:  COUNTY
PIGS

Keeping of swine

4-4
PISTOLS

Unlawful possession of revolvers

14-239

Weapons in general.  See:  FIREARMS AND WEAPONS

PLACES OF AMUSEMENT.  See:  AMUSEMENTS AND AMUSEMENT PARKS
PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT

Board of adjustment

19-4

Community development agency

Created, duties

19-2

Limitation of powers and authority

19-2

Urban renewal authority

19-2

Comprehensive plan adopted

19-5

Department of planning and community development

19-3

Extraterritorial jurisdiction of certain ordinances

1-11

Housing numbering

19-16 et seq.

See:  HOUSE NUMBERING

Limited community redevelopment authority

19-6

Planning commission

19-1

Zoning regulations

27-1 et seq.

See:  ZONING (Chapter 27)

PLATS.  See:  SURVEYS, MAPS AND PLATS
PLAYGROUNDS

Subdivision school sites and playgrounds

23-40
PLEAS.  See:  SUITS AND PLEAS
PLUMBING

Appeals

6-124

Apprentice plumbers' certificate

Information, fee, term, supervision of work

6-145

Building officials

Appeals from decision of

6-124

Termination of water service, authority

6-123

Business permits.  See herein:  Permits

Code

Additions, insertions and changes

6-122

Adopted

6-121

Contractor's certificate of insurance

6-147

Examination.  See herein:  Plumbing Board.  See also herein:  Permits

Extraterritorial jurisdiction of certain ordinances

1-11

Fire sprinkler/suppression contractor registrations; fees; permits

6-157

Certificate of insurance

6-157.1

Gas. See that subject

Insurance

Contractor's certificate of insurance

6-147

Journeymen plumber's permit.  See herein:  Permits

Master plumber's permits.  See herein:  Permits

Mobile home park regulations, applicability

15-18

Permits

Permit for business; information required by code official

6-142

Registration.  See herein that subject

Yard irrigation registration

6-154

Plumbing board

Appointments

Journeymen and master plumbers, appointment

6-131

When made

6-133

Meetings

6-134

Members

Appointment, qualifications, terms, etc.

6-131

Bond requirements

6-131

Vacancies, how filled

6-131

Organization

6-132

Plumbing rules and regulations

Adoption

6-135

Powers of board re

6-135

Records

6-132

Registration.  See also herein that subject

Application for registration; examination; subject matter

6-136

Examination rules for

6-134

Plumbing without registration prohibited; exceptions

6-141

Renewal; re-examination

6-138

Revocation; suspension

6-137

Term; revocation; suspension

6-137

Variances, granting

6-135

Registration

Apprentice plumber's registration; information; fee; term; supervision of work

6-145

Contractor's certificate of insurance

6-147

Journeyman plumber's registration; experience; examination; fees; term

6-144

Plumbing board.  See herein that subject

Plumbing contractor's registration; experience; examination; fees; term

6-143

Reciprocity with other cities; transferability of registrations among persons

6-148

Waiver of certain requirements, journeyman plumber; apprentice plumber

6-149

Water service

Termination of by building official, authority

6-123

Yard irrigation registration

6-151

Insurance prerequisite to issuance

6-152

Liability

6-155

Permits

6-154

Suspension or revocation

6-153
POISONOUS PLANTS

Noxious growths, removal

17-11 et seq.

See:  WEEDS AND BRUSH

POLES AND WIRES

Interfering with a public service company

14-309
POLICE DEPARTMENT (Division)

Alarm systems, provisions re police

2.5-1 et seq.

See:  ALARM SYSTEMS

Civil service

2-151 et seq.

See:  CIVIL SERVICE

Enforcement of animal provisions

4-2 et seq.

See:  ANIMALS AND FOWL

Impersonating a police officer

14-93

Interference with an officer

14-167

Obedience to law enforcement officers

14-5

Other provisions relative to peace officers.  See:  OFFENSES

Obstructing a police officer

14-166

Oppression under color of office

14-181

Response time of employees in case of emergency

2-47

Threats to members of

Disorderly conduct provisions re

14-7

Traffic enforcing officers

24-21

Traffic regulations in general.  See:  TRAFFIC

Weapons regulations

14-286 et seq.

See:  FIREARMS AND WEAPONS

POLICE DEPARTMENT (Chapter 20)

Chief of police

Generally

20-2

Duties of police officers

20-3

Personnel

Generally

20-1

Response of police division to large parties, gatherings or events

Cost; collection

20-9

Definitions

20-6

Initial response

20-7

Subsequent responses

20-8

Reports

20-4

Seized property, disposition

20-5

Gambling, etc., devices.  See:  GAMBLING

POLICE RADIO SYSTEM

Interfering with

14-310
POLICE RESERVES

Active service, defined

20-16

Bond of members

20-20

Compensation

20-24

Control

20-26

Created

20-17

Definitions

20-16

Dismissal of members

20-23

Firearms regulations

20-30

Fringe benefits

20-25

Impersonation

20-32

Membership, generally

20-18

Oath of officers, etc.

20-19

Obstructing members

20-33

Officers, elections

20-21

Powers and duties

20-28

Resignations

20-22

Rules and regulations

20-34

Status as public officers

20-27

Training service, defined

20-16

Uniform and insignia

20-29

POLITICAL ACTIVITY

City administrator prohibited from participating in

2-68

Civil service provisions re

2-156
POLITICAL PARTY

Partisan elections required

7-1

Election regulations.  See:  ELECTIONS

POLLING PLACES

Wards and election districts

7-2

Election regulations in general.  See:  ELECTIONS

POLLUTION

Filthy substances

Putting carcasses or filthy substances into wells, etc.

14-304

Harmful or industrial waste discharges

26-131 et seq.

See:  WATER AND SEWERS

Stagnant water

14-303
PONDS

Nuisance, maintaining

14-314

See:  NUISANCES

Stagnant water

14-303
POPPY STRAW, OPIUM

Drugs, drug paraphernalia, etc.

14-266 et seq.

See:  DRUGS AND MEDICINES

PORNOGRAPHY

Obscenity, generally

14-281 et seq.

See:  INDECENCY AND OBSCENITY

POSTERS

False, deceptive, etc., advertising

14-317
POULTRY

Animals running at large

4-6 et seq.

See:  ANIMALS AND FOWL

POUND

Animal regulations

4-3 et seq.

See:  ANIMALS AND FOWL

PRECEDING, FOLLOWING

Terms construed

1-2
PRISONS AND PRISONERS

Contraband, furnishing to

14-175

General penalty, continuing violations, etc.

1-16

Other matters regarding violations or ordinances.  See:  CODE OF ORDINANCES

Implements for escape

14-174

Loitering about jail

14-176

Property seized by police, disposition

20-5
PRIVATE CLUBS

Alcoholic beverage regulations

3-1 et seq.

See:  ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES

PRIVIES

Prohibited

26-85
PRIVILEGES AND RIGHTS

Code does not affect prior offenses, rights, etc.

1-4
PROCESS.  See: WRITS, WARRANTS AND OTHER PROCESSES
PROCESSIONS

Parade regulations

22-111 et seq.

See:  STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

PROMOTERS

Gambling regulations

14-206 et seq.

See:  GAMBLING

PROPERTY

Applicability of certain ordinances to private property, etc.

1-10

Assessments.  See:  TAXATION

Certain ordinances not affected by code

1-3

General definitions for interpreting code

1-2

Graffiti abatement

17-50 et seq.

See:  GRAFFITI

Housing discrimination

12-1 et seq.

Inventory of real and personal property

City administrator to maintain inventory

2-66(d)

Littering public places

14-43

Miscellaneous offenses in parks

18-12

Misuse of official information

14-180

Parking lots, private property, etc.

Applicability of certain ordinances

1-10

Public property, damaging; disorderly conduct provisions

14-7

Real property, defined

1-2

Restitution; order; when

Damage or loss of property, due to

1-19

Sale of land from unapproved plat

23-17

Subdivision improvements, etc., in general.  See:  SUBDIVISIONS

Theft and related offenses

14-51 et seq.

See:  THEFT AND RELATED OFFENSES

PROSECUTION

Effect of repeal of ordinance

1-9

In-camera hearing re sexual assault

14-27

Additional provisions.  See:  SEXUAL ASSAULT

PROSTITUTION

Debauching a minor

14-136

Incriminating testimony, use

14-148

Obscenity, generally

14-281 et seq.

See:  INDECENCY AND OBSCENITY

Place of prostitution, keeping

14-147

Prohibited

14-146
PUBLIC ASSEMBLIES.  See:  ASSEMBLIES
PUBLIC HEALTH.  See:  HEALTH AND SANITATION
PUBLIC INDECENCY.  See:  INDECENCY AND OBSCENITY
PUBLIC LIBRARY.  See:  LIBRARY
PUBLIC NUISANCES.  See:  NUISANCES
PUBLIC PLACE

Defined

1-2
PUBLIC PROPERTY.  See also:  PROPERTY

Littering

14-43
PUBLIC RECORDS

Abuse of public records

14-173

Altering or tampering with Code

1-15

Destruction or secreting of records

14-95

Other provisions relative to fraud.  See:  FRAUD

False reports filed with regulatory bodies

14-172
PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER

City administrator designated

2-66(h)
PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY

Interfering with

14-309

Theft of service

14-58
PUBLIC SWIMMING POOLS.  See:  SWIMMING POOLS
PUBLIC UTILITIES.  See:  UTILITIES
PUBLIC WAYS

Definitions

1-2

Streets, etc., in general.  See:  STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

PUBLIC WORKS AND IMPROVEMENTS

Certain ordinances not affected by Code

1-3

Subdivision regulations

23-1 et seq.

See:  SUBDIVISIONS

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

Powers relative to water and sewer discharges

26-131

Sewer discharges in general.  See:  WATER AND SEWERS

PUBLICITY

False, deceptive, etc., advertising

14-317
PURCHASING

Authority structures, prescribed

2-116

Bidding, informal

2-111

City administrator, duties

2-66(d)

Code has not effect on prior contracts, etc.

1-4

Code of ethics, city officers' interest in contracts

2-94 et seq.

See:  CODE OF ETHICS

Contract procedure, formal

2-110

Definitions

2-102

Emergency purchases

2-112

Encumbrance of funds

2-106

Estimates

2-105

Exceptions

2-117

Gifts

2-108

Informal bidding

2-111

Inspections

2-113

Interest, prohibition of; adoption of state law

2-107

Inventory

2-114

Operating accounts, etc.

2-31 et seq.

See:  FINANCES

Prescribed authority structures

2-116

Prohibition of interest; adoption of state law

2-107

Purchasing agent

Appointment of

2-103

Office of

2-103

Responsibilities and duties

2-104

Rebates

2-108

Requisitions

2-105

Surplus stock

2-115

Testing

2-113

Title

2-101

R

RABIES PREVENTION

Provisions re

4-7 et seq.

See:  ANIMALS AND FOWL

RACIAL MINORITIES

Housing discrimination

12-1 et seq.
RADIOS

Amplifier restrictions

14-322

Interfering with police radio system

14-310
RAFFLES

Gambling restrictions

14-206 et seq.

See:  GAMBLING

RAILROADS AND TRAINS

Certain ordinances not affected by code

1-3

Climbing on cars

21-6

Drainage requirements

21-3

Railroad crossings

Blocking

21-4

Maintenance and repair

21-5

Protection of

21-2

Railroad signs or signals, interfering with

24-42

Traffic devices in general.  See:  TRAFFIC

Speed limit of trains

21-1

Unclean stock cars

14-306
RANK VEGETATION

Noxious growths, removal

17-11 et seq.

See:  WEEDS AND BRUSH

RAPE

Sexual assault

14-25 et seq.

See:  SEXUAL ASSAULT

REAL PROPERTY

Defined

1-2

Fee for processing request to have real property declared blighted

2-3

Housing discrimination

12-1 et seq.

Municipal property in general.  See:  PROPERTY

RECIPROCITY

Mechanical code, gas fitters

Reciprocity with other cities

6-112

See:  MECHANICAL CODE

Plumbing certificates, licenses, etc.

Reciprocity with other cities

6-148
RECORD PLAYERS

Amplifier restrictions

14-322
RECREATION  See:  PARKS AND RECREATION
RECREATIONAL VEHICLES

Overnight camping in Ta-Ha-Zouka Park

18-4

Park restrictions.  See:  PARKS AND RECREATION

REFERENCES IN CODE

Construed

1-2, 1-6
REFRIGERATORS

Abandonment of iceboxes, etc.

14-226

Mechanical code

6-106 et seq.

See:  MECHANICAL CODE

REFUSE

Disposal

10-1 et seq.

See:  GARBAGE AND TRASH

Littering

14-43
REGISTRATION

Bicycles

5-2

Building contractors

6-36 et seq.

See:  BUILDINGS

Certification of plumbers

6-131 et seq.

See:  PLUMBING

Electricians

6-91 et seq.

See:  ELECTRICITY

Mechanical contractors

6-106 et seq.

See:  MECHANICAL CODE

RELIGIOUS DISCRIMINATION

Housing discrimination

12-1 et seq.
RENTALS, LEASES, ETC.

Housing discrimination

12-1 et seq.
REPEAL OF ORDINANCES

Effect

1-9
REPORTS

False reporting

14-169
RESCUE

Charge for rescue and ambulance calls

2-2

See:  AMBULANCES

RESERVE FIRE DIVISION.  See:  FIRE PREVENTION AND PROTECTION
RESIDENTIAL AREAS

Keeping of swine

4-3
RESIDENTIAL UNITS

House numbering

19-16 et seq.

See:  HOUSE NUMBERING

RESOLUTIONS

Council meetings and procedures

2-21.4

City council in general.  See:  CITY COUNCIL

RESTAURANTS

Alcoholic beverage regulations

3-1 et seq.

See:  ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES

Theft of services

14-58
RESTRAINT

False improvement

14-18
REVENUE OF CITY.  See:  FINANCES
REVOLVERS

Unlawful possession

14-239

Weapons in general.  See:  FIREARMS AND WEAPONS

RIGHT-OF-WAY

Subdivision regulations

23-1 et seq.

See:  SUBDIVISIONS

RIGHTS.  See:  PRIVILEGES AND RIGHTS
RIOTS

Engaging in, etc.

14-228

Inciting, attempting to incite; disorderly conduct provisions re

14-7
ROACH CLIPS

Drugs, drug paraphernalia, etc.

14-266 et seq.

See:  DRUGS AND MEDICINES

ROADS

Street defined re

1-2

Streets in general.  See:  STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

ROBBERY ALARMS

Regulations for alarm systems

2.5-1 et seq.

See:  ALARM SYSTEMS

RODENTS.  See:  INSECT AND RODENT CONTROL
ROLLER SKATES

Traffic regulations

24-286
   
ROLL OFF REFUSE BOX 24-484
 
ROOMING HOUSES

Theft of services

14-58
RUBBISH

Disposal of garbage and trash

10-1 et seq.

See:  GARBAGE AND TRASH

Littering

14-43

S

SAFETY

Life safety code adopted

8-1
SAFETY ZONES

Defined

24-1

Traffic regulations.  See:  TRAFFIC SALES

False, deceptive, etc., advertising

14-317
SALES AND USE TAX

Adopted

2-34
SALVAGE YARDS

Business requirements

13-41 et seq.
SANITARY NUISANCES.  See:  NUISANCES
SANITATION.  See:  HEALTH AND SANITATION
SCHOOL BUSES

Defined

24-1

Traffic regulations.  See:  TRAFFIC

SCHOOL YARDS

Public place defined to include, etc.

1-2
SCHOOLS

Community college traffic provisions

24-291

Contributing to delinquency of a child

14-121

Minors in general.  See:  MINORS

School zones, speed limits in 

24-111

Other traffic provisions.  See:  TRAFFIC (Chapter 24)

Subdivision school sites and playgrounds

23-40
SCOOTERS

Prohibited on streets

24-100
SEARCH AND SEIZURE

Property seized by police, disposition

20-5
SECONDHAND DEALERS

Licensing and business regulation requirements

13-57 et seq.

See:  LICENSES AND PERMITS

SEEING-EYE DOG

Unlawful use of white cane or guide dog

14-311
SEPTIC TANKS

Individual sewage disposal systems

26-76 et seq.

See:  WATER AND SEWERS

Zoning supplemental regulations

27-292
SERVICES

Theft of

14-58
SETBACK LINE OR BUILDING LINE

Subdivision building lines

23-39

Subdivision definitions

23-1
SEVERABILITY

Unconstitutional parts of code

1-18
SEWERS.  See:  WATER AND SEWERS
SEX DISCRIMINATION

Housing discrimination

12-1 et seq.
SEXUAL ASSAULT

Definitions

14-25

In-camera hearings

14-27

Past sexual conduct

Evidence, generally

14-28

Restrictions on use of evidence

14-29

Third degree

14-26
SEXUAL OFFENSES

Applicability of certain ordinances

1-10

Contribution to delinquency of child

14-121

Other provisions relative to minors.  See:  MINORS

Obscenity, generally

14-281 et seq.

See:  INDECENCY AND OBSCENITY

Prostitution

14-146 et seq.

See:  PROSTITUTION

SHALL, MAY

Defined

1-2
SHEEP

Animals running at large

4-6 et seq.

See:  ANIMALS AND FOWL

SHERIFF

Obstructing a peace officer

14-166
SHOPLIFTING

Theft by shoplifting

Penalty; photographic evidence

14-63
SHORT WAVE RADIO

Interfering with police radio system

14-310
SHRUBBERY.  See:  TREES AND SHRUBBERY
SIDEWALKS.  See:  STREETS AND SIDEWALKS
SIGNATURE OR SUBSCRIPTION BY MARK

Words and phrases construed

1-2
SIGNS AND BILLBOARDS

Advertising devices adjacent to highways

24-41

Advertising in general.  See:  ADVERTISING

Traffic-control devices in general.  See:  TRAFFIC

Zoning regulations

27-321 et seq.

See:  ZONING  (Chapter 27)

SKATEBOARDS

Traffic regulations

24-286
SKIS

Traffic regulations

24-284
SKYVIEW LAKE

Fishing in

18-7
SLAUGHTERHOUSES

Offensive matter, exposing

14-305
SLEDS

Traffic regulations

24-284
SLUGS

Making, using or uttering re coin machines

14-90

Other offenses relative to fraud.  See:  FRAUD

SMOKE AND SMOKING

Smoking policy

14-233 
SMOKING APPARATUS

Drugs, drug paraphernalia, etc.

14-266 et seq.

See:  DRUGS AND MEDICINES

SNOW AND ICE

Removal from sidewalks

22-1
SNOW EMERGENCIES

Traffic regulations

24-201 et seq.

Parking Fine

24-209

See:  TRAFFIC

SNOWMOBILES

Defined

24-1

Prohibited on streets

24-100
SOCIETY

Person defined to include, etc.

1-2
SOIL

Extraction for public road purposes

27-293
SOLICITORS.  See:  PEDDLERS, CANVASSERS AND SOLICITORS
SPEEDING

Operating motor vehicle to avoid arrest

14-165
SPEED LIMITS

Specific streets, generally

24-110
SPRINGS.  See:  LAKES, STREAMS, BROOKS, SPRINGS
STAGNANT WATER

Nuisance, maintaining

14-314

See:  NUISANCES

Removal

17-12

Unlawful acts re

14-303
STANTON COUNTY.  See:  COUNTY
STATE

Defined

1-2
STATE LAW

Violations of

14-6

Violations in general.  See:  VIOLATIONS

STATION WAGONS

Overnight camping in Ta-Ha-Zouka Park

18-4

Park restrictions.  See:  PARKS AND RECREATION

STATUTES

Law, defined re

1-2
STEALING

Offenses involving fraud

14-86 et seq.

See:  FRAUD

STILETTOS

Weapons regulations

14-236 et seq.

See:  FIREARMS AND WEAPONS

STOCK ANIMALS

Animals running at large

4-6 et seq.

See:  ANIMALS AND FOWL

STOCK CARS

Railroads; unclean stock cars

14-306
STOLEN PROPERTY

Property seized by police, disposition

20-5

Theft and related offenses

14-51 et seq.

See:  THEFT AND RELATED OFFENSES

Theft by receiving

14-60
STORAGE

Open storage

I-3, Limited Industrial District

27-215

Zoning provisions re nonconformity

27-46
STORM WATER SYSTEM

Access and Inspection

26-184

Definitions

26-171

Enforcement

26-188

Illegal Connections

26-179

Illegal Discharges

26-178

Notification

26-185 et seq.

Purpose & Intent

26-172

Responsibility

26-175 et seq.

Violations

26-186 et seq.
STREAMS.  See:  LAKES, STREAMS, BROOKS, SPRINGS
STREET VENDORS.  See:  PEDDLERS, CANVASSERS AND SOLICITORS
STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

Barbed wire or electric fences

14-227

Bicycles on roadways, paths, sidewalks

5-20 et seq.

See:  BICYCLES

Building moving.  See herein:  Moving of Buildings

Certain ordinances not affected by code

1-3

Consumption of alcoholic beverages unlawful in certain places

3-11

Curb cuts.  See herein:  Excavations, Curb Cuts, Etc.

Curfew for minors

14-318

Excavations, curb cuts, etc.

Compliance required

22-36

Construction prohibited during certain months

22-41

Driveway openings and concrete paving cuts

Special provisions for curb and gutter, etc.

22-43

Enforcement

22-37

Exemptions

22-49

Lights and barricades

22-46

Permits

Applications

22-67

Fees

22-68

Persons eligible

22-69

Required

22-66

Permittees and city

Relative responsibilities

22-48

Persons eligible to do work

22-40

Sidewalks.  See herein:  Sidewalk Construction and Repair

Speedy work, provisions to assure

22-47

Traffic safety requirements

22-46

Tunnels

22-44

Work performed by city

Generally

22-38

Record of costs

22-39

Grades of streets

Certain ordinances not affected by code

1-3

House moving.  See herein:  Moving of Buildings

House numbering

19-16 et seq.

See:  HOUSE NUMBERING

Injurious materials, deposits of

22-2

Littering

14-43

Moving of buildings

Barricades and lights

22-83

Compliance with other laws

22-89

Definitions

22-81

Notice to city of damaged property

22-84

Payment of expenses of others

22-86

Permits

Applications

22-97

Bonds

22-100

Fees

22-98

Issuance or denial

22-101

Payment of expenses of others

22-86

Required

22-96

Registration of movers

22-88

Restoration of original premises

22-87

Time limit for being on streets

22-85

Use of designated streets

22-82

Noxious growths, removal

17-11 et seq.

See:  WEEDS AND BRUSH

Nuisance, maintaining

14-314

See:  NUISANCES

Parades

Definitions

22-111

Exceptions

22-121

Laws, compliance

22-120

Permits

Applications

22-113

Compliance

22-120

Required

22-112

Street closings

Parades and block parties

22-130

Parking lots, private property, etc.

Applicability of certain ordinances

1-10

Parking lots, public

Closings

22-130

Paving

Terraces

22-3

Permits

Excavations, curb cuts, etc.  See herein that subject

Moving of buildings.  See herein that subject

Parades.  See herein that subject

Public way, defined

1-2

Railroad crossing regulations

21-2 et seq.

See:  RAILROADS AND TRAINS

Salvage yards obstructing

13-43

Sidewalk construction or repair

City inspections and tests

22-22

Compliance

22-16

Construction or repair by order of city

22-23

Duty of owner to repair

22-23

General standards

22-18

Location

22-19

Notice to city of construction

22-22

Notices, publication

22-17

Right of city to do work

22-23 et seq.

Slope and longitudinal gradient

22-21

Stop work orders

22-24

Subdivision sidewalks

23-42

Width

22-20

Sidewalks

Defined

1-2

Pedestrian and other traffic regulations.  See:  TRAFFIC

Snow, ice, mud, etc.

Removal from sidewalk, responsibility for

22-1

Stagnant water

14-303

Street closings

Parades and block parties

22-130

Street, defined

1-2

Street division

Response time of employees in case of emergency

2-47

Subdivision street arrangement, etc.

23-51 et seq.

See:  SUBDIVISIONS (Chapter 23)

Terraces, paving

22-3

Trees and shrubbery, various provisions relating to trees abutting street right-of-way

25-1 et seq.

See:  TREES AND SHRUBBERY

Wrecked or abandoned vehicles

17-26 et seq.

See:  WRECKED OR ABANDONED VEHICLES

Zoning districts A, R-1 through R-3

Sidewalk location and width

22-19 et seq.
STRIKE, BOYCOTT, ETC.

Picketing

14-251 et seq.

See:  PICKETING

Theft by extortion

14-56(a)(5)
SUBDIVISIONS (Chapter 23)

(Note--Subjects herein are from Chapter 23, the subdivision chapter of the code.  These subjects are grouped for convenience to the users of the pamphlet containing all the subdivision requirements of Chapter 23)

Alleys.  See also herein:  Streets, Alleys, Etc.

Defined

23-1

Improvements

23-57

Blocks

Block lengths

23-56

Defined

23-1

Building lines

Improvements

23-39

Cul-de-sac, defined

23-1

Dead-end streets

23-55

Definitions

23-1

Design

Defined

23-1

Street design

23-52

Drainage

23-37

Easements

Defined

23-1

Utility easements

23-38

Extraterritorial jurisdiction of certain ordinances

1-11

Final plat.  See herein:  Plats and Platting, Procedures

Governing body, defined

23-1

Improvements

Additional provisions

23-47

Building lines

23-39

Defined

23-1

Drainage

23-37

General requirements

23-36

Large parcels, special provisions

23-43

Lots

23-41

Modification of requirements

23-48

Parks, school sites and playgrounds

23-40

Required improvements within corporate limits

23-45

Within city jurisdiction outside of corporate limits

23-46

Sidewalks

23-42

Streets, alleys, etc. See herein that subject

Utility easements

23-38

Interpretation 

23-2

Large parcels

Special provisions

23-43

Lot subdivision.  See herein:  Plats and Platting, Procedures

Lots

Boundaries of, changing

23-16.1

Defined

23-1

Improvements

23-41

Identification lots

23-41.1

Noncompliance

Waiver of time period to object to

23-23

Open space, defined

23-1

Parks, improvements in

23-41

Pavement width, etc.

Streets, alleys, etc.

23-51 et seq.

Pedestrian way, defined

23-1

Planning commission

Secretary, defined

23-1

Plats and platting, procedures

Approval of plats, etc., required

23-16

Changing lot boundary without plat; survey required; fees

23-16.1

Fees, schedule

23-21

Final plat

Defined

23-1

Preparation

23-19

Lot subdivision

Application procedures

23-27

Filing fee

23-30

Intent

23-26

Plat approval guidelines

23-28

Purpose of provisions

23-26

Review procedure

23-29

Preapplication procedures

23-17.1

Preliminary plan

23-18

Preliminary plats, defined

23-1

Sale of land from unapproved plats

23-17

Playgrounds, improvements

23-40

Preliminary plats.  See herein:  Plats and Platting, Procedures

School sites and playgrounds

Improvements

23-40

Secretary, defined

23-1

Setback line or building line

Defined

23-1

Improvements

23-39

Sidewalks

Improvements

23-52

Sidewalk construction and repair.  See:  STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

Street, defined

23-1

Streets, alleys, etc.

Alleys

23-57

Block lengths

23-56

Dead-end streets

23-55

Relationship of streets to adjoining public ways

23-54

Street arrangement

23-53

Street design

23-52

Subdivider, defined

23-1

Two-mile limit, defined

23-1

Utility easements

23-38

Violations

23-3

Zoning requirements for subdivisions and developments are found in Chapter27, the zoning provisions.  See:  ZONING  (Chapter 27)

SUBPOENAS

Civil service commission power to issue subpoenas

2-167

Simulating legal process

14-178

Legal process in general.  See:  WRITS, WARRANTS AND OTHER PROCESSES

SUITS AND PLEAS

Effect of repeal of ordinance

1-9
SUMMONS

Simulating legal process

14-178

Legal process in general.  See:  WRITS, WARRANTS AND OTHER PROCESSES

SUNDAYS

Hours of sale for alcoholic beverages

3-5
SUPPLEMENTATION OF CODE

Procedure

1-13

Code construction in general.  See:  CODE OF ORDINANCES

SURGEONS

Failure to report injury of violence

14-162
SURPLUS FUNDS

Investments

2-32

Financial affairs of city.  See:  FINANCES

SURVEYS, MAPS AND PLATS

Certain ordinances not affected by code

1-3

House numbering plat requirements

19-19

Subdivision regulations

23-1 et seq.

See:  SUBDIVISIONS (Chapter 23)

Zoning maps

Airport overlay districts

27-262

Generally

27-6

Ward and election district map on file, etc.

7-2
SWEAR OR SWORN.  See:  OATH, AFFIRMATION, SWEAR OR SWORN
SWIMMING

Water recreation in parks

18-9
SWIMMING POOLS

Public swimming pools

Closing

11-33

Definitions

11-31

Inspections

11-32

Operating permit

Denial, suspension, revocation

11-49

Expiration

11-48

Fees

11-47

Generally

11-46
SYRINGES, NEEDLES, ETC.

Drugs, drug paraphernalia, etc.

14-266 et seq.

See:  DRUGS AND MEDICINES

T

TA-HA-ZOUKA PARK

Consumption of alcoholic beverages

3-11

Overnight camping

18-4

Parks in general.  See:  PARKS AND RECREATION

TAXATION

Certain ordinances not affected by code

1-2

Finances, revenue, etc., in general.  See:  FINANCES

Occupational licenses, etc., in general

13-1 et seq.

See:  LICENSES AND PERMITS.  See also specific occupations

Sales and use tax, adoption of

2-34

Telephone company occupation tax

13-80 et seq.
TELEGRAPH

Interfering with a public service company

14-309
TELEPHONE

Interfering with a public service company

14-309

Occupation tax

Exemption

13-84

Inspections

13-82

Late payments, penalties

13-81

Lawsuits to collect

13-83

Payments

13-81

Reports

13-82

Required

13-80

Tax in lieu of other fees

13-85

Theft of services

14-58
TELEPHONES

Alarm systems, automatic dialing systems

2.5-1 et seq.

See:  ALARM SYSTEMS

Intimidating telephone calls

14-308

Refusing to yield to a party line

14-307
TELEVISION SETS

Amplifier restrictions

14-322
TEMPORARY MERCHANTS.  See:  PEDDLERS, CANVASSERS AND SOLICITORS
TENANT IN COMMON

Owner construed re

1-2
TENANT, OCCUPANT

Terms construed

1-2
TENSE

Word usage for interpreting code

1-2

TENTING

Overnight camping in Ta-Ha-Zouka Park

18-4

Park restrictions.  See:  PARKS AND RECREATION

TERRACES

Paving

22-3
THEFT AND RELATED OFFENSES

Consolidation of theft offenses

14-53

Criminal mischief

14-61

Deception, theft by

14-55

Definitions

14-51

Exemptions

14-62

Extortion, theft by

14-56

Lost, mislaid or property delivered by mistake

Theft of

14-57

Offenses involving fraud

14-86 et seq.

See:  FRAUD

Property seized by police, disposition

20-5

Services, theft of

14-58

Shoplifting

Penalty

14-63

Photographic evidence

14-63

Stolen property, receiving

14-60

Unauthorized use of propelled vehicle

14-59

Unlawful taking or disposition

14-54

Violations

14-52
THREATS, INTIMIDATION, ETC.

Housing discrimination

12-1 et seq.

Intimidating phone calls

14-308

Intimidating pickets

14-254

Oppression under color of office

14-181

Unlawful picketing

14-251 et seq.

See:  PICKETING

TIME

Computation of time for interpreting code

1-2
TOBACCO USE

Tobacco use on city property

14-233
   
TOILETS

Privies prohibited

26-85
TOXIC MATERIALS

Harmful or industrial waste discharges

26-131 et seq.

See:  WATER AND SEWERS

TOY VEHICLES

Traffic regulations

24-286
TRAFFIC (Generally)

(Note--This portion of index contains references to traffic subjects not contained in Chapter 24.  See the subject heading following:  TRAFFIC (Chapter 24))

Abandoned vehicles

Wrecked or abandoned vehicles

17-26 et seq.

See:  WRECKED OR ABANDONED VEHICLES

Arrests

Operating motor vehicle to avoid

14-165

Barricades and lights

Excavations and openings in streets

22-46

See:  STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

Bicycle regulations

5-1 et seq.

See:  BICYCLES

Clinging to vehicles

Bicycle requirements

5-22

Compliance with traffic laws

Bicycle regulations

5-17

Definitions

General definitions for road, street or public ways, etc.

1-2

Equipment on vehicles

Bicycle equipment

5-18

Excavations

Barricades and lights

22-46

Motor vehicles and other vehicles

Operating motor vehicle to avoid arrest

14-165

Moving vehicles

Bicycle riders clinging to

5-22

Negligent driving

Parking lots, private property, etc.

Applicability of certain ordinances

1-10

Obstructions

Railroad crossings, blocking

21-4

Parades

22-111 et seq.

See:  STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

Parking lots, private property, etc.

Applicability of certain ordinances

1-10

Parking, stopping and standing

Bicycles

5-23

Parks, vehicles in

18-11

Peddlers, canvassers and solicitors

Parking for certain purposes prohibited

13-118

Traffic-control signs, signals and devices

Barricades and lights at street openings, excavations, etc.

22-46

Railroad crossing protection

21-2 et seq.

Railroads in general.  See:  RAILROADS AND TRAINS

Trains, speed limit

21-1

Other requirements for railroads.  See:  RAILROADS AND TRAINS

Railroad crossings, protection

21-2
TRAFFIC (Chapter 24)

(Note--This portion of index is designed for reprinting in pamphlet form and contains entries found only in Chapter 24.  See also:  TRAFFIC (Generally) preceding this subject)

Abandoned, stalled or stuck vehicles

Emergency routes.  See also herein that subject

Removal by operator

24-106

Removal by police division; redemption

24-207

Unattended motor vehicles.  See also herein that subject

Acceleration or deceleration lane

Defined

24-1

Accidents

Personal injury or death

Duty to stop and render aid, etc.

24-66

Property damage

Operator's duty to stop, etc., in cases of

24-67

Reports

24-68

Stopping and rendering aid, etc.

Required, when

24-66

Wrecked or damaged vehicles

Removal of glass or other injurious substances from highway

24-283

Administration

24-21 et seq.

See herein specific subjects

Advertising devices adjacent highway

24-41

Alleys

Defined

24-1

One-way alleys

24-94

Parking in

24-162

Vehicle emerging from

24-139

Animals and animal-drawn vehicles

Applicability

24-4

Arterial street

Defined

24-1

Assembly buildings

Parking in certain places prohibited, etc.

24-153

See herein:  Parking, Stopping and Standing

Authorized emergency vehicles

Defined

24-1

Right-of-way of

24-141

Special provisions

24-7

Backing of vehicles

Limitations on backing

24-276

Bicycle, defined

24-1

Blocking

24-156

See herein:  Obstructions

Boarding and alighting from vehicles

24-289

Brakes

Engine, dynamic, "jake" brakes; prohibited use

24-294

Unattended motor vehicles, setting on

24-155

Bridges

Parking in certain places prohibited, etc.

24-153

See herein:  Parking, Stopping and Standing

Bright lights

24-96

Building entrances

Parking in certain places prohibited, etc.

24-153

See herein:  Parking, Stopping and Standing

Buildings

Vehicle emerging from

24-139

Burning materials

Depositing on highway

24-283

Bus stops

Parking restrictions

24-159

Buses

Defined

24-1

Railroad crossings, stopping required

24-124

Business district, defined

24-1

Caravans

24-97

Chief of police

Regulations authorized

24-23

Child passenger restraint and occupant protection systems

24-11

Clinging to vehicles prohibited

24-284

Coasters

Clinging to vehicles

24-284

Coasting of vehicles

24-280

Collision.  See herein:  Accidents

Combustibles

Transportation of

24-290

Community college

Special provisions applicable to

24-291

Construction

Driving during periods of road construction

24-101

Corrosive liquids

Vehicles transporting to stop at railroad crossing

24-125

Crossings

Railroad crossings.  See herein:  Railroads and Trains

Crosswalk

Defined

24-1

Designation

24-35

Parking in certain places prohibited, etc.

24-153

See herein:  Parking, Stopping and Standing

Pedestrians.  See herein that subject

Right half, use of

24-260

Cul-de-sac abutting multi-family dwelling

Parking in certain places prohibited, etc.

24-153

See herein:  Parking, Stopping and Standing

Curbs

Parking in certain places prohibited, etc.

24-153

See herein:  Parking, Stopping and Standing

Daytime, defined

24-1

Definitions

24-1

Direction of traffic

Persons authorized

24-22

Divided highway

Defined

24-1

Driving on

24-98

Doors on vehicles

Opening and closing

24-279

Drag race, defined

24-1

Driver.  See herein:  Operator or Driver

Driver's license, defined

24-1

Driver's view or driving mechanism

Obstructions to

24-278

Driveway

Parking in certain places prohibited, etc.

24-153

See herein:  Parking, Stopping and Standing

Vehicle emerging from

24-139

Driving on city property

24-287

Driving recklessly

24-83

Drugs.  See herein:  Intoxicating Liquor and Narcotic Drugs

Elevated structures

Parking in certain places prohibited, etc.

24-153

See herein:  Parking, Stopping and Standing

Emergency routes (emergencies because of snow, sleet, freezing rain or other weather conditions, etc.)

Abandoned, stalled or stuck vehicles

Removal by operator

24-206

Removal by police division, redemption

24-207

Declaration of emergency condition and parking prohibition

Announcement by broadcast and newspaper publication

24-205

Emergency routes

24-203

Local and residential streets

24-204

Designation of routes

24-201

Parking prohibited, when

24-202

Declaration of emergency condition and parking prohibition.  See within this subheading that subject

Precedence of provisions over conflicting provisions normally in effect; exceptions

24-208

Routes designated

24-201

Emergency vehicles.  See herein:  Authorized Emergency Vehicles

Enforcement

24-21 et seq.

See herein specific subjects

Equipment on vehicles

Child safety restraints

24-11

Headlight glare

24-96

Excavations

Parking in certain places prohibited, etc.

24-153

See herein:  Parking, Stopping and Standing

Explosives

Transportation of

24-290

Vehicles transporting to stop at railroad crossings

24-125

Fenders, etc. riding on

24-288

Financial responsibility

Proof of required while operating vehicle

24-12

Fire apparatus, following

24-281

Fire hose, driving over

24-282

Fire hydrants

Parking in certain places prohibited, etc.

24-153

See herein:  Parking, Stopping and Standing

Fire personnel

Persons authorized to direct traffic

24-22

Flammable liquids

Transportation of

24-290

Vehicles transporting to stop at railroad crossing

24-125

Flashing signals

24-38

Advertising devices adjacent highways

24-41

Other signals.  See herein:  Traffic-Control Signs, Signals and Devices

Parking in certain places prohibited, etc.

24-153

See herein:  Parking, Stopping and Standing

Gasoline

Transportation of flammables

24-290

Glass, bottles, nails, tacks, wires, cans, etc.

Rubbish on highways

24-283

Government vehicles

Applicability of provisions to

24-6

Persons working on highways, applicability

24-5

Grade crossings.  See herein:  Railroads and Trains

Grade separation, defined

24-1

Grades. See herein:  Hills and Grades

Headlight glare

24-96

Heavy vehicles.  See also herein:  Width, Length, Height and Weight of Vehicles

Stopping required at railroad crossings

24-126

Height of vehicle.  See also herein:  Width, Length, Height and Weight of Vehicles

Highway shoulders, driving on

24-99

Highways

Defined

24-1

Parking in certain places prohibited, etc.

24-153

See herein:  Parking, Stopping and Standing

Pedestrians.  See herein that subject

Right-of-way.  See herein that subject

Hills and grades

Coasting down grade

24-280

Driving on right side of roadway

24-87

Hitchhiking

24-262

Horses.  See herein:  Animals and Animal-Drawn Vehicles

Hotel entrances

Parking in certain places prohibited, etc.

24-153

See herein:  Parking, Stopping and Standing

Illegally parked vehicles

Towing and ticketing

24-163

Parking restrictions.  See herein:  Parking, Stopping and Standing

Impounded vehicles, redemption of

24-152

Inflammables

Transportation of

24-290

Inspection stickers

Required on vehicle

24-9(4)

Intersections

Defined

24-1

Parking in certain places prohibited, etc.

24-153

See herein:  Parking, Stopping and Standing

Right-of-way.  See herein that subject

Intoxicating liquor and narcotic drugs

Driving while intoxicated

24-81

Laned roadways

Acceleration or deceleration lane, defined

24-1

Defined

24-1

Driving on divided highways

24-98

Driving on roadways laned for traffic

24-95

Motorcycles on

24-223

Length of vehicle.  See herein:  Width, Length, Height and Weight of Vehicles

License to operate motor vehicle

Defined

24-1

Driver's licenses

24-8

Licensing authority, defined

24-1

Liquid petroleum, etc.

Vehicles transporting to stop at railroad crossings

24-125

Liquor.  See herein:  Intoxicating Liquor and Narcotic Drugs

Littering

Rubbish on highway

24-283

Median crossover, defined

24-1

Median, defined

24-1

Median opening, defined

24-1

Meeting of vehicles.  See herein:  Overtaking, Meeting and Passing

Metal tire, defined

24-1

Minibike, defined

24-1

Mopeds

Applicability of provisions

24-238

Clinging to other vehicles

24-241

Defined

24-1, 24-236

Footrests and handlebars

24-243

General restrictions on operation

24-239

Interstate highways or sidewalks

Operating on

24-241

Manner of riding

24-239

National system of defense

Mopeds operated on

24-242

Operation in certain places prohibited

24-242

Operator's license or permit

24-237

Package, bundle or other article, carrying

24-239

Protective helmets

24-13

Roadways laned for traffic

Operation on

24-240

Speed regulations

24-109

Motorcycles

Clinging to other vehicles

24-224

Defined

24-1

Footrests and handlebars

24-225

Hands on handlebars, etc., required

24-222

Overtaking and passing restrictions

24-223

Packages, bundles or articles, carrying

24-222

Passengers, or other persons, carrying

24-222

Protective helmets

24-13

Riding restrictions

24-222

Roadways laned for traffic

Operation on

24-223

Traffic laws, applicability

24-221

Motor-driven cycle, defined

24-1

Motor vehicles and other vehicles

Animal-drawn vehicles.  See herein:  Animals and Animal-Drawn Vehicles

Authorized emergency vehicles.  See herein that subject

Boarding or alighting from

24-289

Defined

24-1

Driving on city property

24-287

Limitations on backing

24-276

Operation.  See herein specific subjects

Parking prohibitions.  See herein:  Parking, Stopping and Standing

Repairs to vehicles

24-157

Riding on certain parts of vehicles

24-288

Vehicle condition and equipment

24-9

Municipal property, driving on

24-287

Narcotics.  See herein:  Intoxicating Liquor and Narcotic Drugs

National system of defense

Mopeds operated on

24-242

Negligent driving

24-85

Reckless driving.  See herein that subject

Nighttime, defined

24-1

Nonmoving violation, defined

24-1

Obstructions

Blocking traffic

24-156

Driver's view or driving mechanism

24-278

Parking in certain places prohibited, etc.

24-153

See herein:  Parking, Stopping and Standing

Officers

Enforcing officers

24-21

Off-street parking lots

Restrictions on parking, etc., in

24-167

One-way alleys, roadways and rotary traffic islands

24-94

Operation of vehicles.  See herein specific subjects

Operator or driver

Defined

24-1

Drivers' license

24-8

Operators' license

Defined

24-1

Required

24-8

Overtaking, meeting and passing

Driving on right half of roadway

24-87

Left of center or roadway

Limitations on overtaking, passing, etc.

24-92

Left side, overtaking and passing on

24-91

Motorcycle operations.  See herein:  Motorcycles

One-way roadways and rotary traffic islands

24-94

Right side, overtaking, meeting and passing on

24-90

Vehicle proceeding in opposite direction, passing

24-88

Vehicle proceeding in same direction, passing

24-88

Owner

Consent required for use of private property as public road

24-3

Defined

24-1

Oxidizing liquids

Vehicles transporting to stop at railroad crossings

24-125

Park or parking, defined

24-1

Parking, stopping and standing

Alleys, in

24-162

Angle and parallel parking

24-154

Assembly buildings, at

24-153(a)(1)(n)

Blocking traffic

24-156

Bridge, upon

24-153(a)(1)(g)

Building entrances, in front of

24-153(a)(1)(n)

Bus stops

24-159

Crosswalk, on

24-153(a)(2)(c)

Within certain distance of an intersection

24-153(a)(2)(c)

Curb, distance from

24-154

Double parking

24-153(a)(1)(a)

Elevated structure, upon

24-153(a)(1)(g)

Emergency routes.  See herein that subject

Emergency vehicle special provisions

24-7

Excavations or obstructions, by

24-153(a)(1)(f)

Fire hydrant, at

24-153(a)(2)(b)

Fire station entrance, at

24-153(a)(2)(e)

Flashing signal, near

24-153(a)(2)(d)

Highway, upon

24-153(a)(1)(g)

Hotel entrances, at

24-153(a)(1)(m)

Illegally parked vehicles

Towing and ticketing

24-163

Intersection, within

24-153(a)(1)(c)

Loading and unloading merchandise or passengers, etc

24-153(a)(3)

Marking of spaces, etc.

24-151

Moving a stopped, standing or parked vehicle

24-140

Moving a vehicle of another into unlawful area, etc.

24-153(b)

Parking restrictions for specific streets

Handicapped parking stall or space

Unauthorized vehicle in

24-169

Off-street parking lots

24-167

Restricted hours

24-165

Time limitations

During certain hours

24-165.2

Generally

24-165.1

Total prohibition

24-164

Truck restrictions

24-166

Unauthorized vehicle in handicapped parking stall or space

24-169

Parking violations bureau.  See herein that subject

Parks, in

18-15

Penalty for violation of provisions; presumption of responsibility

24-150

Places where official signs prohibit

24-153(a)(1)(i)

Playgrounds, at

24-153(a)(1)(k)

Private road or driveway

Vehicle entering roadway from

24-139

Prohibited in certain places

24-153

Public or private driveway, in front of

24-153(a)(2)(a)

Railroad crossing

Parking, etc., within certain distance of nearest rail

24-153(a)(3)(a)

Railroad track, on

24-153(a)(1)(h)

Railroad trains, stopping for.  See herein:  Railroads and Trains

Redeeming of impounded vehicles

24-152

Removal of vehicles by city

24-152

Repairs to vehicles

24-157

Roadway side of another vehicle, etc.

24-153(a)(1)

Roadways, parking, stopping, etc., on

24-151.1

School bus, stopping for 

24-127

Schools, at

24-153(a)(1)(k)

Semi-tractor-trucks, etc.

24-160

Sidewalk, on

24-153(a)(1)(b)

Signs, prohibiting, at

24-153(a)(1)(o)

Stop sign, at

24-153(a)(2)(d)

Taxicab stands, etc.

24-159

Terraces, in

24-161

Theater entrance, in front of

24-153(a)(1)(l)

Ticketing of illegally parked vehicles

24-163

Time limitations for parking on certain streets

24-165

Towing of illegally parked vehicles

24-163

Traffic-control device, at

24-153(a)(2)(d)

Trailers

24-160

Trucks

24-160

Tunnel, within

24-153(a)(1)(g)

Turn around area or circular area, etc.

Cul-de-sac abutting a multi-family dwelling

24-153(a)(1)(j)

Turning signals, etc.  See herein:  Turning Movements

Unattended motor vehicles

24-155

Yield sign, at

24-153(a)(2)(e)

Parking violations bureau

Collection, accounting, disbursement of money

24-52

Established

24-51

Failure to appear

24-56

Issuance of tickets

24-53

Mailing of notice

24-55

Payment of fines and costs

24-54

Passengers

Opening and closing vehicle doors

24-279

Passing of vehicles.  See herein:  Overtaking, Meeting and Passing

Pedestrians

Audible signal required of drivers

24-259

Coasters, roller skates, sleds, etc.

24-284 et seq.

Crosswalk.  See also herein that subject

Crossing at other than

24-258

Right-of-way in

24-256

Defined

24-1

Drivers to exercise due care

24-259

Emergency vehicles have right-of-way, etc.

24-141

Highways and roadways, on

24-261

Jaywalking

24-258

Pedestrian-control signals

24-37

Other signals.  See herein:  Traffic-Control Signs, Signals and Devices

Persons authorized to direct traffic

24-22

Safety zones, driving through

24-263

Sidewalks and shoulders, on

24-261

Soliciting rides or business

24-262

Traffic-control devices and regulations

Obedience required

24-256

Vehicle emerging from alley, etc.

24-139

Penalties

Nonmoving violations bureau.  See herein that subject

Person working on highways

Applicability

24-5

Petroleum products

Transportation of flammables

24-290

Vehicle transporting to stop at railroad crossings

24-125

Playgrounds

Parking in certain places prohibited, etc.

24-153

See herein:  Parking, Stopping and Standing

Poisons, gases, etc.

Transportation of flammable liquids or explosives

24-290

Vehicles transporting to stop at railroad crossing

24-125

Police division

Emergency routes.  See also herein that subject

Abandoned, stalled or stuck vehicles

Removal by police division; redemption

24-207

Enforcing officers

24-21

Person authorized to direct traffic

24-22

Police officer, defined

24-1

Private property

Owner's consent for use as public road

24-3

Private road or driveway

Defined

24-1

Vehicle entering roadway from

24-139

Public or private driveway

Parking in certain places prohibited, etc.

24-153

See herein:  Parking, Stopping and Standing

Racing

24-82

Defined

24-1

Radar

Speed-detecting devices

24-107

Radioactive materials

Vehicles transporting to stop at railroad crossings

24-125

Railroad, defined

24-1

Railroad sign or signal, defined

24-1

Railroad trains, defined

24-1

Railroads and trains

Heavy equipment to stop, when

24-126

Parking in certain places prohibited, etc.

24-153

See herein:  Parking, Stopping and Standing

Railroad crossing stop signs

24-123

Stopping at signal indicating approach of train

24-122

Vehicles carrying dangerous cargo

Stops at grade crossings required

24-125

Reckless driving

24-83

Negligent driving

24-85

Willful reckless driving

24-84

Registration, defined

24-1

Regulations authorized

24-23

Residential district, defined

24-1

Right half of roadway

Driving on

24-87

Right-of-way

Defined

24-1

Emergency vehicle special provisions

24-7

Emergency vehicles, on approach

24-141

Pedestrians.  See herein that subject

Private road or driveway

Vehicle entering roadway from

24-139

Stop and yield signs

24-138

Stopped, standing or parked vehicle

Moving, etc.

24-140

Vehicle turning left

24-137

Vehicles approaching or entering intersections at same time, etc.

24-136

Road construction, driving during periods of

24-101

Roadways

Defined

24-1

One-way roadways

24-94

Pedestrians.  See herein that subject

Right-of-way.  See herein that subject

Roller skates

Clinging to vehicles

24-284

Streets, on

24-286

Rotary traffic islands

Operation of vehicle around

24-94

Rubbish on highways

24-283

Safety zone

Defined

24-1

Parking in certain places prohibited, etc.

24-153

See herein:  Parking, Stopping and Standing

Pedestrians.  See herein that subject

School bus

Defined

24-1

Stopping for

24-127

School zones, speed limits

24-111

Schools

Parking in certain places prohibited, etc.

24-153

See herein:  Parking, Stopping and Standing

Shoulder of road

Defined

24-1

Driving on

24-99

Sidewalk space, defined

24-1

Sidewalks

Defined

24-1

Driving on

24-277

Mopeds. See herein that subject

Parking in certain places prohibited, etc.

24-153

See herein:  Parking, Stopping and Standing

Pedestrians.  See herein that subject

Vehicle entering roadway from private road or driveway

24-139

Signals.  See herein:  Traffic-Control Signs, Signals and Devices

Skateboards

Streets, on

24-286

Skaters

Clinging to vehicles

24-284

Skis; clinging to vehicles

24-284

Sleds; clinging to vehicles

24-284

Snow emergencies.  See herein:  Emergency Routes

Snowmobile

Defined

24-1

Prohibited on streets

24-100

Speed regulations

Emergency vehicle special provisions

24-7

Freeways, impeding traffic on

24-108

Generally

24-106

Impeding traffic with slow vehicles

24-108

Minimum speed

24-108

Racing

24-82

School zones, speed limits in

24-111

Special limitations for certain vehicles

24-109

Specific streets, speed limits for

24-110

Speed-detecting devices

24-107

Stand or standing, defined

24-1

Stop, defined

24-1

Streets and highways

Right-half of roadway, driving on

24-87

Right-of-way.  See herein that subject

Taxicab stands; parking restrictions

24-159

Terraces, parking in

24-161

Theater entrances

Parking in certain places prohibited, etc.

24-153

See herein:  Parking, Stopping and Standing

Tickets

Illegally parked vehicles, ticketing of

24-163

Parking violations

24-53

Tires and wheels on vehicles

Wheels turned to curb when parking

24-155

Towing of vehicles

Emergency routes.  See also herein that subject

Abandoned, stalled or stuck vehicles

Removal by operator

24-206

Removal by police division; redemption

24-207

Following or towing vehicle

24-97

Redeeming of impounded vehicles

24-152

Removal of vehicles by city

24-152

Towing away illegally parked vehicles, etc.

24-163

Parking violations generally.  See herein:  Parking, Stopping and Standing

Wreckers and tow trucks, special provisions for emergency vehicles

24-7

Toy vehicles

Clinging to vehicles

24-284

Streets, on

24-286

Traffic, defined

24-1

Traffic laws, obedience

24-3

Traffic-control device, defined

24-1

Traffic-control signal, defined

24-1

Traffic-control signs, signals and devices

Advertising devices adjacent to highway

24-41

Avoiding traffic signal

Driving or turning on public or private property

24-292

Enforcement; designated property

24-293

Colored lights, arrows, etc.; signal legend explained

24-36

Crosswalks, designation

24-35

Emergency vehicle special provisions

24-7

Flashing signals

24-38

Installation and maintenance

24-34

Interference with

24-42

Lane direction control signals and signs

24-39

Location, generally

24-33

Obedience and presumptions

24-31

Parking in certain places prohibited, etc.

24-153

See herein:  Parking, Stopping and Standing

Pedestrian-control signals

24-37

Pedestrians required to obey devices and regulations

24-256

Railroad signs or signals, interfering with

24-42

Ratification

24-32

Shooting or removal of

24-43

Stop and yield signs

24-138

Traffic-control signal legend

24-36

Unauthorized signs, signals or markings

24-40

Trailers; parking, etc.

24-160

Trains.  See herein:  Railroads and Trains

Trucks

Brakes, "jake", engine, dynamic; prohibited use

24-294

Parking, etc.

24-160

Restrictions re parking on certain streets

24-166

Transportation of flammables

24-290

Tunnels

Parking in certain places prohibited, etc.

24-153

See herein:  Parking, Stopping and Standing

Turning movements

Driving on right half of roadway

24-87

Emergency vehicle special provisions

24-7

Right and left-hand turns

24-116

Right-of-way.  See also herein that subject

Vehicle turning left

24-137

Signals

Generally

24-119

Hand and arm or other signals

24-119 et seq.

Permissible signals

24-120

Turning in opposite direction

24-117

U-turns

24-117

Vehicle turning left at intersection, etc.

24-137

Unattended motor vehicles

Abandoned vehicles.  See also herein that subject

Ignition key removed, brakes set, etc.

24-155

Urban district, defined

24-1

Vehicle doors

Opening and closing

24-279

Vehicles.  See also herein:  Motor Vehicles and Other Vehicles

Defined

24-1

Violations

Drunk driving offenses

24-81

Parking violations bureau.  See herein that subject

Racing

24-82

Volatile liquids

Vehicles transporting to stop at railroad crossings

24-125

Wagons.  See herein:  Animals and Animal-Drawn Vehicles

Walk, don't walk signals

24-37

Other signals.  See herein:  Traffic-Control Signs, Signals and Devices

Weather emergencies.  See herein:  Emergency Routes

Width, length, height and weight of vehicles

Vehicle condition and equipment

24-9

Windshields

Obstructions to driver's view

24-278

Wreckers

Towing of vehicles.  See herein that subject

Wrecks.  See herein:  Accidents

TRAILER PARKS

Regulated

15-1 et seq.

See:  MOBILE HOMES AND MOBILE HOME PARKS

TRAILERS

Extraterritorial jurisdiction of certain ordinances

1-11

Overnight camping in Ta-Ha-Zouka Park

18-4

Park restrictions.  See:  PARKS AND RECREATION

TRAINS.  See:  RAILROADS AND TRAINS
TRANQUILIZER GUNS

Failure to register, etc.

14-240 et seq.

Other provisions relative to weapons.  See:  FIREARMS AND WEAPONS

TRAPPING

Animals in parks

18-8
TRASH.  See:  GARBAGE AND TRASH
TRAVEL TRAILERS

Regulated

15-1 et seq.

See:  MOBILE HOMES AND MOBILE HOME PARKS

TREASURER.  See:  CITY TREASURER
TREES AND SHRUBBERY

Abandoning felled trees, unlawful acts

25-3

Debris from tree removal

Barricading

25-3

Facing on streets, etc.

25-3

Enforcement

25-6

Land owner

Trees and shrubs abutting street, duty re

25-1

City aid

25-1

Miscellaneous offenses in parks

18-12

Park regulations in general.  See:  PARKS AND RECREATION

Nuisances

Abatement

25-2

Acts declared

25-2

Planting trees near curbs, distance

25-3

Site triangle

25-4

Street rights-of-way

City aid

25-1

Duty of land owner re trees abutting

25-1

Streets, etc.

Trees projecting into, street clearances

25-2

Terrace defined

25-5

Unlawful acts

25-3
TRENCHES

Excavations, curb cuts, etc.

22-36 et seq.

See:  STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

TRESPASS

Affirmative defenses

14-73

Criminal trespass

14-71 et seq.

First degree

14-71

Parking lots, private property, etc.

Applicability of certain ordinances

1-10

Second degree

14-72
TRUANCY

Contributing to delinquency of a child

14-121
TUNNELS

Excavations, curb cuts, etc.

22-36 et seq.

See:  STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

U

UNDERBRUSH.  See also:  WEEDS AND BRUSH

Generally

25-1 et seq.

See:  TREES AND SHRUBBERY

UNIFORM AND INSIGNIA

Police reserves

20-29
UNION LABOR

Picketing

14-251 et seq.

See:  PICKETING

UNITED STATES FLAG

Mutilating, burning, defiling

14-183
URBAN RENEWAL

Community development agency; urban renewal authority

19-2

See:  PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT

URINATING IN PUBLIC

Prohibited

14-9
USED MERCHANDISE

Secondhand dealers, etc., license requirements

13-57 et seq.

See:  LICENSES AND PERMITS

UTILITIES

Certain ordinances not affected by Code

1-3

Electrical regulations

6-151 et seq.

See:  ELECTRICITY

Falsifying regulations of a public utility

14-171

Garbage and trash provisions

10-1 et seq.

See:  GARBAGE AND TRASH

Interfering with a public service company

14-309

Public regulations

6-121 et seq.

See:  PLUMBING

Subdivision easements

23-38

Water and sewers

26-1 et seq.

See:  WATER AND SEWERS

V

VACANT LOTS

Stagnant water

14-303
VANDALISM

Criminal mischief

14-61

Graffiti abatement

17-50 et seq.

See:  GRAFFITI

Improper maintenance of numbers on buildings

19-22

Miscellaneous offenses in parks

18-12

Park regulations in general.  See:  PARKS AND RECREATION

Mutilating a flag

14-183

Water meter damage

26-33

Water meter seals, breaking

26-32

VEGETABLES

Wholesale food dealers

9-21 et seq.

See:  FOOD AND DRINK

VEGETATION

Generally

25-1 et seq.

See:  TREES AND SHRUBBERY

Noxious growths, removal

17-11 et seq.

See:  WEEDS, BRUSH AND LITTER

VEHICLES.  See:  MOTOR VEHICLES AND OTHER VEHICLES
VENDING

Park restrictions

18-10
VENDORS.  See:  PEDDLERS AND SOLICITORS
VERMIN

Insect and rodent control for mobile home parks

15-55
VIADUCTS

Street defined re

1-2

Streets in general.  See:  STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

VICIOUS DOGS OR CATS

Maintaining

4-18
VIOLATIONS

Attempts to commit an offense

14-2

Code has no affect on prior offenses, etc.

1-4

Effect of repeal of ordinance

1-9

Failure to appear in court

14-168

State law, violations of

14-6

Theft and other offenses

14-51 et seq.

See:  THEFT AND RELATED OFFENSES

VIOLENCE

Failure to report injury of violence

14-162
VULGARITY

Obscenity regulations

14-281 et seq.

See:  INDECENCY AND OBSCENITY

W

WADING

Water recreation in parks

18-9
WAGERING

Gambling

14-206 et seq.

See:  GAMBLING

WALKING STICKS

Unlawful use of white cane or guide dog

14-311
WALLS.  See:  FENCES, WALLS, HEDGES AND ENCLOSURES
WARDS AND ELECTION DISTRICTS

Generally

7-2
WARRANTS.  See also:  WRITS, WARRANTS AND OTHER PROCESSES

Issuing bad checks

14-94
WASTE MATERIAL

Disposal of garbage and trash

10-1 et seq.

See:  GARBAGE AND TRASH

Littering

14-43
WATER AND SEWERS

Application for water and/or sewer service

Turn-on application fee

26-2

Building sewers.  See herein:  Sewers and Sewage Disposal

Cesspools.  See herein:  Individual Sewage Disposal Systems

Discharges into public sewer system.  See herein:  Sewers and Sewage Disposal

Employees of water and sewer maintenance division

Response time of employees in case of emergency

2-47

Fire hydrants

8-4

Individual sewage disposal systems

Abandonment

26-84

Charges and rates.  See herein:  Sewers and Sewage Disposal

Community sewage system, defined

26-77

Compliance required

26-78

Compliance with certain standards

26-82

Connection to city system; exceptions, conversions

26-57

Construction permit

Appeals

26-81

Fees

26-80

Generally

26-79

Definitions

26-77

Inapplicability of certain provisions

26-76

Industrial wastes

Defined

26-77

Inspections

26-86

Operation and maintenance

26-83

Outside toilets

26-85

Permits

Defined

26-77

Construction permits.  See herein that subject

Privies

26-85

Rates and charges.  See herein:  Sewers and Sewage Disposal

Septic tanks, defined

26-77

Sewers, defined

26-77

Sewers in general.  See herein:  Sewers and Sewage Disposal

Two-mile zone, defined

26-77

Violations, notice

26-87

Industrial waste discharges.  See herein:  Sewers and Sewage Disposal

Meters

Water system.  See herein that subject

Mobile home sanitary sewer system

15-52

Mobile home water supply

15-51

Nuisance, maintaining

14-314

See:  NUISANCES

Permits

Construction permits

Individual sewage disposal system.  See herein that subject

Plumbing regulations

6-121 et seq.

See:  PLUMBING

Public sewer system.  See herein:  Sewers and Sewage Disposal

Septic tanks.  See herein:  Individual Sewage Disposal Systems

Service applications

26-2

Sewers and sewage disposal

Building sewers and connections

Application for permit

26-59(b)

Construction standards

26-59(f)

Elevation

26-59(g)

Excavations

Protection around

26-59(k)

Restoration of street, sidewalk

26-59(k)

Indemnification of city

26-59(c)

Inspection prior to connection

26-59(j)

One building sewer per building

26-59(d)

Owner liable for costs

26-59(c)

Permit and inspection fee

26-59(b)

Permit requirements

26-59(a)

Surface runoff or groundwater connection of sources

26-59(h)

Technical code, connections to comply with

26-59(i)

Use of old sewers

26-59(e)

Charges and rates.  See herein:  Rates and Charges

City engineer

Personal liability, relieving from

26-63

Right of entry

26-62

City system

Connection to required

26-57

Private system, exceptions, conversions

26-57

Connection charge

26-58

Connection to city system required

26-57

Exceptions

26-57

Definitions

26-56

Discharges into public sewer system

City engineer's discretion re prohibited wastes

26-135

Flow-equalizing facilities, maintenance of

26-137

Grease, oil and sand interceptors

26-136

Industrial wastes, treatment of

Fee

26-141

Oaths

26-141

Permit required

26-141

Application

26-141

Issuance, revocation

26-141

Special agreement with city

26-140

Maintenance of preliminary treatment or flow-equalizing facilities

26-137

Preliminary treatment or flow-equalizing facilities

Maintenance of

26-137

Prohibited wastes, city engineer's discretion re

26-135

Sampling of waters and wastes

Installation and maintenance

26-138

Method

26-139

Stations required

26-138

Storm water and other unpolluted drainage

26-132

Types of discharges into public sewers not permitted

26-133

Types permitted at discretion of city engineer

26-134

Untreated sewage, discharge of deemed unlawful

26-131

Hearing board

26-64

Individual sewage disposal systems.  See herein that subject

Private system

Connections, exceptions; conversions

26-57

Rates and charges

Billings

Generally, delinquency

26-98

Charges constitute lien; discontinuance of service for nonpayment

26-99

Collection of sewer charges

26-96

Discontinuance of service for nonpayment

26-99

Restoration of sewer service

26-99.5

Lien

Charges constitute

26-99

Notification of rates

26-101

Periodic review of rates

26-100

Revenue, use of

26-102

Sewer rates

26-97

Use of revenue

26-102

Service, sewer

Discontinuance for nonpayment

26-99

Restoration of

26-99.5

Tampering with, damaging, defacing sewage works

26-60

Violations, penalty

26-65

Water and sewer maintenance division response time of employees in case of emergency

2-47

Water softener discharges

26-61

Stagnant water

14-303

Removal

17-12

Subdivision regulations

23-1 et seq.

Termination of water service

Building official authority

6-122

Utilities, other.  See:  UTILITIES

Wastewater division

Response time of employees in case of emergency

2-47

Water and/or sewer turn-on application fee

26-2

Water emergency

Alternate days

26-4

Restriction

26-3

Violations and penalties

26-5

Water service, termination of

Authority of code official re plumbing equipment and materials

6-123

Water system

Angle meter valves

26-16

Changes and rates for service

Billing and due date

26-44

Delinquent charges

26-45

Generally

26-41

Lien for unpaid charges

26-46

Meters.  See also herein that subject

Reading meters

26-43

Records

26-42

Termination or refusal of service for nonpayment

26-46

Water service districts

26-43

Connection charges

26-11

Contractual nature of provisions

26-20

Curbstops

Generally

26-13

Separate curbstop for separate premises

26-14

Cutting off

26-17 et seq.

Damaging, interfering, etc., with system

26-19

Meters

Damages

26-33

Inspections

26-34

Installation, repair

26-27

Location

26-30

Meter boxes

26-31

Seals

26-33

Remote readouts

26-28

Seals

26-33

Repairs

26-27

Seal, injuring, breaking, etc.

26-32, 26-33

Use required size of

26-26

Private fire protection

Special provisions for

26-15

Restoration of water service

26-18

Violations

Termination of service

26-17

Water service lines and attachments

Maintenance of

26-12

Wellhead protection area

6-4

Zoning supplemental regulations re water and septic systems

27-292
WATER HEATING

One- and two-family dwelling code

6-161 et seq. 
WATER RECREATION

Park regulations

18-9
WATERCOURSES

Nuisances, maintaining

14-314

Public place defined to include, etc.

1-2
WEAPONS.  See:  FIREARMS AND WEAPONS
WEATHERSTRIPPING

Energy conservation standards

6-173
WEEDS, BRUSH AND LITTER.  See also:  LITTERING

Definitions

17-11

Enforcement

17-11

Incinerators required, when

8-2

Notice

17-14

Removal by city

Authorized

17-15

Costs

17-16

Removal generally

17-12
WEEK

Defined

1-2
WELLS

Nuisance, maintaining

14-314

Polluting, putting carcasses, etc., into

14-304

Wellhead protection

6-3

Wellhead protection area

6-4
WHITE CANE OR GUIDE DOG

Unlawful use

14-311
WHOLESALE FOOD DEALERS

Requirements

9-11 et seq.

See:  FOOD ESTABLISHMENTS

WINDOW PEEPING

Prohibited

14-138
WINDOWS

Energy conservation standards

6-163

See:  ONE- AND TWO-FAMILY DWELLING CODE

WINE AND BEER

Alcoholic beverage regulations

3-1 et seq.

See:  ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES

WITNESSES

Civil service commission powers re

2-167

Failure to appear in court

14-168

WRECKED OR ABANDONED VEHICLES

Abandoned vehicle, defined

17-30

Cost of removal and storage

17-37

Destruction, defacement, removal of parts

17-36

Exceptions

17-40

Impounded vehicles, redemption of

17-38

Liability for removal

17-34

Notice to remove

17-28

Nuisances, declared

17-26

Parts, defacement or removal

17-36

Person cannot abandon a vehicle

17-35

Police chief, duties

17-32

Refusal of entry

17-39

Removal after notice

17-29

Sale

Disposition of proceeds

17-33

Unlicensed vehicles

Storage of

17-27

Valuation and title

17-31

Violations

17-41

WRITING

Defined

1-2
WRITS, WARRANTS AND OTHER PROCESSES

Abuse of public records

14-173

Public records in general.  See:  PUBLIC RECORDS

Failure to appear in court

14-168

Interference with officers performing duty

14-167

Investigative authority of city administrator

2-66

Legal proceedings relative to pornography and other obscenity regulations

14-284

See:  INDECENCY AND OBSCENITY

Neglecting to serve a warrant 

14-182

Obstructing government operations

14-161

Permits

Building/zoning permit

27-27

Property seized by police, disposition

20-5

Simulating legal process

14-178

Stop orders

Re sidewalk construction or repair

22-23 et seq.

Y

YARDS AND OPEN SPACES

Subdivision regulations

23-1 et seq.

See:  SUBDIVISIONS

Yard irrigation systems

6-151 et seq.

See:  PLUMBING

Zoning supplemental regulations

27-283
YEAR

Defined

1-2

Z

ZONING (Applicable miscellaneous code provisions)

(Note--Miscellaneous code subjects applicable to or concerning zoning that may not appear in Chapter 27, the Zoning Ordinance.  See the note following the heading:  ZONING (Chapter 27)

Certain ordinances not affected by code

1-3

District A

Sidewalk location and width

22-19 et seq.

Extraterritorial jurisdiction of certain ordinances

1-11

Hogs in residential areas

4-4

House numbering

19-16 et seq.

See:  HOUSE NUMBERING

Mobile home location restrictions

15-3

See:  MOBILE HOMES AND MOBILE HOME PARKS

Moving of buildings

22-81 et seq.

See:  STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

R-1 District

Sidewalk location and width

22-19 et seq.

R-2 District

Sidewalk location and width

22-19 et seq.

R-3 District

Sidewalk location and width

22-19 et seq.

Residential areas, keeping of swine

4-4

Sidewalk construction or repair

22-19 et seq.

See:  STREETS AND SIDEWALKS

Swine in residential area

4-4
ZONING (Chapter 27)

(Note--Zoning provisions not included in Chapter 27 are indexed separately under the preceding subject heading.  This is necessary to facilitate keeping this portion of index intact for pamphlet reprints.  This precludes confusing and unnecessary entries from appearing in the pamphlet.)

A, Agricultural District

Conditional uses

27-73

Height and area regulations

27-74

Intent

27-71

Permitted uses

27-72

Abandonment

Planned development overlay district

27-237

Accessory uses

Supplemental regulations

27-287

Adjustment, board of.  See herein: Board of Adjustment

Airport overlay district

Administrative agency

27-269

Board of zoning adjustments

27-270

Description of hazard area

27-263

Height regulations

27-265

Intent

27-261

Nonconforming structures

Generally

27-267

Marking

27-268

Permit

27-266

Scope of map

27-262

Zone description

27-264

Amendments

Applications for

27-38

Authority to amend

27-36

Authority to initiate

27-37

Floodplain overlay district

27-39

Floodplain regulations

27-238

Planned development overlay district

27-40

Annexation and exemptions

27-7

Area regulations.  See herein:  Height and Area Regulations

Authority

27-3

Board of adjustment

Airport overlay district

27-270

Appeals and variances

27-31

B-P, Business Park District

Conditional uses

27-193

Height and area regulations

27-194

Intent

27-191

Permitted uses

27-192

C-1, Local Business District

Conditional uses

27-153

Height and area regulations

27-154

Intent

27-151

Permitted uses

27-152

C-2, Central Business District

Conditional uses

27-163

Height and area regulations

27-164

Intent

27-161

Permitted uses

27-162

C-2A, Special Business District

Conditional uses

27-173

Height and area regulations

27-174

Intent

27-171

Permitted uses

27-172

C-3, Service Commercial District

Conditional uses

27-183

Height and area regulations

27-184

Intent

27-181

Permitted uses

27-182

Certificate of zoning compliance

Required

27-27

City attorney

Legal advice

27-25

Compliance generally

27-9

Comprehensive plan relationships

27-8

Conditional uses

A, Agricultural District

27-73

R-R, Rural Residential District

27-77

C-1, Local Business District

27-153

C-2, Central Business District

27-163

C-2A, Special Business District

27-173

C-3, Service Commercial District

27-183

B-P, Business Park District

27-193

I-1, Light Industrial District

27-197

I-2, Heavy Industrial District

27-203

I-3, Limited Industrial District

27-213

O-D, Office District

27-143

Procedures and standards

27-56

R-1, Single-Family Residential District

27-93

R-2, One- and Two-Family Residential District

27-103

R-3, Multiple Family Residential District

27-113

R-O, Limited Residential Office District

27-133

S-R, Suburban Residential District

27-83

Definitions

27-2

Development permits.  See herein:  Permits

Districts

Designated

27-61

See also herein specific districts as indexed

Signs. See herein that subject

Fences, walls, etc.

Supplemental regulations

27-288

Fire division

Responsibility

27-21

Height and area regulations

A, Agricultural Districts

27-74

R-R, Rural Residential District

27-78

Airport overlay district

27-263

C-1, Local Business District

27-154

C-2, Central Business District

27-164

C-2A, Special Business District

27-174

C-3, Service Commercial District

27-184

B-P, Business Park District

27-194

I-1, Light Industrial District

27-198

I-2, Heavy Industrial District

27-204

I-3, Limited Industrial District

27-214

O-D, Office District

27-144

R-1 Single-Family Residential District

27-94

R-2, One- and Two-Family Residential District

27-104

R-3, Multiple Family Residential District

27-114

R-M, Manufactured Housing District

27-123

R-O, Limited Residential Office District

27-134

Signs

Freestanding signs

27-331

S-R, Suburban Residential District

27-84

Height and area requirements

Supplemental regulations re additional requirements and exceptions

27-282

Home occupations

Supplemental regulations

27-289

I-1, Light Industrial District

Conditional uses

27-197

Height and area regulations

27-198

Intent

27-195

Permitted uses

27-196

I-2, Heavy Industrial District

Conditional uses

27-203

Height and area regulations

27-204

Intent

27-201

Permitted uses

27-202

I-3, Limited Industrial District

Conditional uses

27-213

Height and area regulations

27-214

Intent

27-211

Outdoor storage and materials

27-215

Permitted uses

27-212

Interpretation

27-10, 27-23

Jurisdiction

27-5

Land use matrix

27-401

Landscaping

Supplemental regulations

27-301

Loading

Off-street parking and loading.  See herein that subject

Lots

Off-street parking and loading.  See herein that subject

Supplemental regulations

More than one principal structure or use on lots

27-281

Subdivision identification lot

27-291

Map

Airport overlay district

27-262

Zoning district map, boundaries

27-6

Matrix

Land use matrix

27-401

Mixed Use Special District

Adoption of district

27-225

Amendments

27-226

Intent

27-221

Permitted uses

27-222

Procedure for application

27-224

Site development regulations

27-223

Nonconforming uses and structures

Airport overlay zone

27-268

Cessation of use

27-50

Changes in law or boundaries, use becoming nonconforming by

27-49

Completion and restoration of building

27-51

Continuation of nonconforming use

27-47, 27-48

Floodplain overlay district

27-251

Open storage

27-46

O-D, Office District

Conditional uses

27-143

Height and area regulations

27-144

Intent

27-141

Permitted uses

27-142

Off-street parking and loading

Applicability

27-341

Existing parking lots

27-350

General provisions

27-342

Improvements

27-348

Modification of requirements

27-351

Plans and approval required

27-343

Required spaces

27-347

Screening

27-345

Surfacing

27-349

Utilization

27-344

Open spaces.  See herein:  Yards and Open Spaces

Overlay districts

Floodplain overlay district

Amendments to floodplain regulations

27-252

Definitions

27-242

Development permit

27-245

Establishment of zoning district

27-246

Flood insurance program

27-241

Floodway fringe overlay district

27-248

General provisions

27-244

Generally

27-249

Nonconforming use

27-251

Standards for floodway overlay and floodway fringe overlay district

27-247

Statement of purpose

27-243

Variance procedure

27-250

Planned development overlay district

Abandonment

27-237

Amendments

27-238

Final plan approval

27-236

Final plan reviews

27-235

Intent

27-231

Permitted uses

27-232

Preliminary plan review

27-234

Procedure for application

27-233

Parking

Off-street parking and loading.  See herein that subject

Permits

Airport overlay district

27-266

Applications

27-22

Development permits

Floodplain overlay districts

27-245

Fees

27-28

Issued by other

27-24

Required

27-27

Permitted uses

A, Agricultural District

27-72

R-R, Rural Residential District

27-76

C-1, Local Business District

27-152

C-2, Central Business District

27-162

C-2A, Special Business District

27-172

C-3, Service Commercial District

27-182

B-P, Business Park District

27-192

Floodway fringe overlay district

27-248

Floodway overlay district

27-249

I-1, Light Industrial District

27-196

I-2, Heavy Industrial District

27-202

I-3, Limited Industrial District

27-212

O-D, Office District

27-142

Planned development overlay district

27-232

R-1, Single-Family Residential District

27-92

R-2, One- and Two-Family Residential District

27-102

R-3, Multiple Family Residential District

27-112

R-M, Manufactured Housing District

27-122

R-O, Limited Residential Office District

27-132

S-R, Suburban Residential District

27-82

Planned development overlay district.  See herein:  Overlay Districts

Purpose and Intent

27-4

R-1, Single-Family

Conditional uses

27-93

Height and area regulations

27-94

Intent

27-91

Permitted uses

27-92

R-2, One- and Two-Family Residential District

Conditional uses

27-103

Height and area regulations

27-104

Intent

27-101

Permitted uses

27-102

R-3, Multiple Family Residential District

Conditional uses

27-113

Height and area regulations

27-114

Intent

27-111

Permitted uses

27-112

R-M, Manufactured Housing District

Development standards

27-124

Height and area regulations

27-123

Intent

27-121

Permitted uses

27-122

Subdivision development standards

27-125

R-O, Limited Residential Office District

Conditional uses

27-133

Height and area regulations

27-134

Intent

27-131

Permitted uses

27-132

R-R, Rural Residential District

Conditional uses

27-77

Height and area regulations

27-78

Intent

27-75

Permitted uses

27-76

Screening.  See herein:  Fences, Walls, Etc.

Short title

27-1

Signs

Building signs

District C-3, I-1, I-2 and I-3

27-330

District A

27-324

District R-3

27-326

Districts C-1

27-328

Districts C-2

27-329

Districts R-R, R-1, R-2, R-M and S-R

27-325

Districts R-O, O-D and C-2A

27-327

Freestanding signs

Height, area and setback requirements

27-331

Generally

27-321

Prohibited, where

27-322

Subdivision identification signs

27-333

Temporary signs, when and where authorized

27-323

Unauthorized posting of signs

27-332

S-R, Suburban Residential District

Conditional uses

27-83

Height and area regulations

27-84

Intent

27-81

Permitted uses

27-82

Supplemental regulations

Adult entertainment uses

27-285

Communications, microwave and cellular towers

27-284

Boarding/rooming houses, group residential and group care facility densities

27-286

Fences and walls

27-288

Height and area requirements

Accessory uses

27-287

Additional requirements and exceptions

27-283

Home occupations

27-289

Landscape & screening

27-301

Applicability

27-302

Approved landscaping materials

37-311

Bufferyard provisions

27-306

General provisions

27-310

Landscaping materials and installation standards

27-304

Landscaping requirements

27-303

Purpose

27-301

Required landscape depth

27-305

Screening standards

27-308

Tree plantings

27-309

Lots

More than one principal structure of use on lot

27-281

Subdivision identification lot, where located

27-291

Screening and trees

27-308

Site triangle restrictions

27-290

Water and septic system requirement

27-292

Yards

Additional yard requirements and exceptions

27-282

Trees

Supplemental regulations, with landscaping

27-301

Unlisted uses, procedure for classifying

27-26

Validity

27-12

Violations and penalties

27-11

Walls.  See herein:  Fences, Walls, Etc.

Water and septic system requirements

Supplemental regulations

27-292

Yards and open spaces

Supplemental regulations re additional yard requirements and exceptions

27-283

Zoning administrator officer

27-21

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