Contents of Goodyear Code of Ordinances
- 1-1 Code Designation and Citation
- 1-2 Construction of Ordinances
- 1-3 Definitions
- 1-4 Reference to Chapters, Articles or Sections; Conflicting Provisions
- 1-5 Section Headings
- 1-6 Effect of Repeal
- 1-7 Severability of Parts of Code
- 1-8 Penalty
- 1-9 Repeal of Existing Ordinance
- 1-10 Effective Date of Code
Mayor and Council
- 2-1 Council
- 2-2 Mayor
- 2-3 Election
- 2-4-1 Open meetings.
- 2-4-2 Regular meetings.
- 2-4-3 Recessed meeting.
- 2-4-4 Special meetings.
- 2-4-5 Executive sessions.
- 2-4-6 Council work sessions.
- 2-4-7 Public hearings.
- 2-4-8 Quorum; Attendance of council members; Attendance of officers.
- 2-4-9 Agenda; Order of business.
- 2-4-10 Voting.
- 2-4-11 Boards, committees and commissions.
- 2-4-12 Suspension of rules.
- 2-5 Ordinances and Resolutions
- 3-1 Officers in General
- 3-2 Americans with Disabilities Act Accommodation and Grievance Procedures
- 3-3 Merit System
General Procurement Provisions
- 3-4-1 Applicability.
- 3-4-2 Supplementary general principles of law applicable.
- 3-4-3 Definitions.
- 3-4-4 Definitions – Electronic bidding.
- 3-4-5 Authority of the procurement manager.
- 3-4-6 Delegation of authority by the procurement manager.
- 3-4-7 Authority to contract for certain professional services; Continuity of services.
- 3-4-8 Procurements involving a prescribed amount.
- 3-4-9 Cooperative procurement.
- 3-4-10 Compliance with federal requirements.
- 3-4-11 On line solicitations.
- 3-4-12 Contract clauses.
- 3-4-13 Change order.
- 3-4-14 Contracts in the best interest of the City.
- 3-4-15 Long term contracts.
- 3-4-16 Rules for protesting solicitations and contract awards.
- 3-4-17 Rules for suspension and debarment of contractors.
- 3-4-18 Debarment and suspension of contractors.
- 3-4-19 Appeal.
- 3-4-20 Violation; Penalty; Enforcement authority.
- 3-5-1 Definitions.
- 3-5-2 Methods of source selection.
- 3-5-3 Pre qualification of contractors.
- 3-5-4 Bid and contract security.
- 3-5-5 Right to inspect plant.
- 3-5-6 Right to audit records.
- 3-5-7 Reporting of anti-competitive practices.
- 3-5-8 Retention of procurement records.
- 3-5-9 Competitive sealed bidding.
- 3-5-10 Competitive sealed proposals.
- 3-5-11 Cancellation of invitation for bids or requests for proposals.
- 3-5-12 Responsibility of bidders and offerors.
- 3-5-13 Sole source and single source procurement.
- 3-5-14 Emergency procurements.
- 3-5-15 Competition impracticable procurement.
- 3-5-16 Request for information.
- 3-5-17 Demonstration projects.
- 3-5-18 Unsolicited proposals.
- 3-5-19 General services administration (gsa) contracts.
- 3-5-20 Procurement of construction and specified professional services.
- 3-5-21 Cost principles rules.
- 3-5-22 Approval of accounting system.
- 3-5-23 Cost or pricing data.
- 3-6 Material Management
- 3-7 Emergency Services and Disaster
- 3-8 Economic Development
- 3-9 Public and Performing Arts Program
- 3-10 Sister Cities Commission
- 3-11 Youth Commission
City of Goodyear Meet and Discuss/Meet and Confer
- 3-12-1 Purpose.
- 3-12-2 Policy statement.
- 3-12-3 Definitions.
- 3-12-4 Rights of employees and public safety sworn employee organizations.
- 3-12-5 Rights of management.
- 3-12-6 Employee groups.
- 3-12-7 Petition process.
- 3-12-8 Election procedures.
- 3-12-9 Decertification process/disqualification.
- 3-12-10 Scope of meet and discuss/meet and confer.
- MEET AND DISCUSS
MEET AND CONFER
- 3-12-13 Purpose.
- 3-12-14 Meet and confer process.
- 3-12-15 Resolution of claims of breach of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).
- 3-12-16 Reopening a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).
- 3-12-17 Conflicts.
- 3-12-18 Delegation.
- 3-12-19 Prohibitions.
- 3-12-20 Severability.
- 3-12-21 Non-arbitration/mediation.
- 3-12-22 Meet and discuss initial period.
- 3-12-23 Effective date.
- 3-13 Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission
- 3-14 City of Goodyear Health Care Benefits Trust; Health Care Benefits Trust Fund
- 3-15 Term Limits
- 3-16 Judicial Advisory Committee
- 3-17 Council Compensation Committee
- 4-1 Police Department
- 4-2 Police Reserves
- 4-3 Repealed
- 4-4 Property Disposition
- 5-1-1 Created; Composition.
- 5-1-2 Departmental rules and regulations.
- 5-1-3 Powers and duties of chief.
- 5-1-4 Appointment and duties of firefighters.
- 5-1-5 Entry upon adjacent property.
- 5-1-6 Equipment.
- 5-1-7 Providing fire protection outside the City.
- 5-1-8 Acknowledgment of right of way.
- 5-1-9 Fire alarms.
- 5-2 International Fire Code
- 5-3 Penalties
- 5-4 Fire Prevention Fees
- 5-1 Fire Department
- 6-1 Municipal Court Established; Jurisdiction
- 6-2 Municipal Judge
- 6-3 Proceedings, Conduct and Management of Court
- 7-1 Rules and Regulations
Rabies/Animal Control Leash Law
- 7-2-1 Definitions.
- 7-2-2 Powers and duties of the state veterinarian and the livestock board.
- 7-2-3 Powers and duties of state department of health services.
- 7-2-4 Powers and duties of enforcement agent.
- 7-2-5 License fees for dogs; Tags; Records; Penalties; Classification.
- 7-2-6 Anti-rabies vaccination; Vaccination and license stations.
- 7-2-7 Kennel permit; Fee; Violation.
- 7-2-8 Rabies control fund.
- 7-2-9 Dogs not permitted at large; Wearing license.
- 7-2-10 Establishment of pounds; Impounding and disposing of dogs and cats; Reclaiming impounded dogs and cats; Pound fees.
- 7-2-11 Handling of biting animals; Responsibility for reporting animal bites.
- 7-2-12 Unlawful interference with enforcement agent.
- 7-2-13 Removing impounded animals.
- 7-2-14 Unlawful keeping of dogs.
- 7-2-15 Violation; Classification.
- 7-2-16 Dogs; Liability.
- 7-2-17 Proper care, maintenance and destruction of impounded animals.
- 7-3 Repealed
- 7-4 Animals at Large
- 8-1 Peddlers
Short-Term Rentals ("STRs")
- 8-2-1 Definitions.
- 8-2-2 Goodyear STR License required; Goodyear STR License Application Information; Responding to Emergencies and Property Complaints in a Timely Manner; Penalties.
- 8-2-3 Compliance with Laws; Penalties.
- 8-2-4 Non-residential Usage of STRs Prohibited; Penalties.
- 8-2-5 Neighbor Notification of a New STR; Penalties.
- 8-2-6 Display of Goodyear STR License Number on STR Advertisements; Penalties.
- 8-2-7 STR Liability Insurance; Penalties.
- 8-2-8 Sex Offender Background Checks; Penalties.
- 8-2-9 Verified Violations; Same Incident; Notification; Penalties.
- 8-2-10 STR License Issuance, Denial, Suspension, and Appeal.
- 8-2-11 Violations not Exclusive.
- 8-3 Park and Swap Operations
Escorts and Escort Bureaus
- 8-4-1 Definitions.
- 8-4-2 Exemptions.
- 8-4-3 License required.
- 8-4-4 Term of license; Nontransferability and assignability.
- 8-4-5 Application for escort bureau license; Content.
- 8-4-6 Prohibition against employment as an escort; Exception.
- 8-4-7 Escort license identification card.
- 8-4-8 Duties of escort bureau.
- 8-4-9 Advertising without a license.
- 8-4-10 Information update.
- 8-4-11 Services to minors.
- 8-4-12 License renewal.
- 8-4-13 Fees.
- 8-4-14 License revocation, grounds, procedure and appeal.
- 8-4-15 Applicability of regulations to existing businesses.
- 8-4-16 Appeals.
- 8-5 Off-Track Betting
- 8-6 Reserved
- 8-7 Business Registration Permits
- Chapter 8A Transaction Privilege Tax
Buildings and Building Regulations
- 9-1 Technical Codes
- 9-2 Fireplace Restrictions
- 9-3 Reserved
- 9-4 Reserved
- 9-5 Penalties
- 9-6 MAG Standard Specifications and Uniform Details for Public Works Construction
- 9-7 Building Official
- 9-8-1 Title.
- 9-8-2 Purpose and intent.
- 9-8-3 Definitions.
- 9-8-4 Authority.
- 9-8-5 Adoption or modification of development fees; Land use assumptions and infrastructure improvements plans.
- 9-8-6 Service areas.
- 9-8-7 Development fees.
- 9-8-8 Application of new and increased fees.
- 9-8-9 Calculation and collection of development fees.
- 9-8-10 Credits.
- 9-8-11 Development fee funds and uses of development fees.
- 9-8-12 Refunds.
- 9-8-13 Reports.
- 9-8-14 General provisions.
- 9-8-15 Appeals.
- 9-8-16 Conflict.
- 9-9 Utility Poles and Wires
- 9-10 Mailbox Exception; Obstruction of Rights-of-Way and the Like
- 9-11 Reserved
- 9-12 Low Flow Fixtures and Devices
Health and Sanitation
- 10-1 Definitions
Service and Billing
- 10-2-1 Sanitation service required.
- 10-2-2 Rates, fees and deposits.
- 10-2-3 Containers.
- 10-2-4 Container lids.
- 10-2-5 Containers for commercial purposes.
- 10-2-6 Applications for sanitation service.
- 10-2-7 Billing, payment, additional fees, termination, collections and liens.
- 10-2-8 Discontinuance of sanitation service.
- 10-2-9 Temporary suspension of sanitation service.
- 10-3 Preparation, Collection of Refuse
- 10-4 Hauling, Prohibitions, Property Maintenance
- 10-5 Refuse Transporters, Landfill/Waste Facilities
- 10-6 Enforcement
- 11-1-1 Abandoned vehicles.
- 11-1-2 Dangerous constructions.
- 11-1-3 Defacing public and private property.
- 11-1-4 Excavations to be covered.
- 11-1-5 Explosives.
- 11-1-6 Fences; Barbed wire or electric.
- 11-1-7 Curfew hours for minors.
- 11-1-8 Noise.
- 11-1-9 Obstruction of view.
- 11-1-10 Offensive business.
- 11-1-11 Offensive premises.
- 11-1-12 Prostitution.
- 11-1-13 Public nuisances.
- 11-1-14 Signs and banners.
- 11-1-15 Spitting.
- 11-1-16 Water; Flow upon streets prohibited.
- 11-1-17 Smoking and vaping prohibited in city enclosed facilities and vehicles.
- 11-1-18 Public non-smoking.
- 11-1-19 Regulation of hours for use of city parks.
- 11-1-20 Regulation of firearms in city parks and preserves.
- 11-1-21 Slum property designation and appeals; Inspection fees.
- 11-1-22 Sexual assault of an animal.
- 11-1-23 Sale of products containing ephedrine or pseudoephedrine.
- 11-1-24 Operation of vehicles on public and private property.
- 11-1-25 Graffiti prevention, prohibition and removal.
- 11-1-26 Fugitive dust control.
- 11-1-27 Disorderly conduct.
- 11-1-28 Unruly gathering.
- 11-1-29 Criminal trespass.
- 11-1-30 Public urination or defecation.
- 11-1-31 Making a false or misleading statement.
- 11-1-32 Obstructing a law enforcement officer.
- 11-1-33 Interfering with police service dog.
- 11-1-34 Fireworks.
- 11-1-35 Regulation of smoking and vaping in city parks and trails.
- 11-1-36 Sale of tobacco products or smoking devices prohibited to persons under the age of 21.
- 11-1-37 Smoking and vaping prohibited at schools and school related events.
- 11-1-38 Regulation of marijuana.
- 11-1 Offenses
- 12-1 Definitions
Service and Billing
- 12-2-1 Connection required.
- 12-2-2 Application for service.
- 12-2-3 Grounds for rejection of application.
- 12-2-4 Security deposit.
- 12-2-5 Sanitary sewer system charges.
- 12-2-6 Customer service charges and payment.
- 12-2-7 Discontinuance of service.
- 12-2-8 Notice of termination of service.
- 12-2-9 Termination under certain conditions.
Department and Consumer Responsibilities
- 12-3-1 City responsibilities and liabilities.
- 12-3-2 Property owner responsibilities.
- 12-3-3 Interference with city staff.
- 12-3-4 Deposits and discharges.
- 12-3-5 Private sewage disposal systems.
- 12-3-6 Tampering.
- 12-3-7 Permit required.
- 12-3-8 Permit application.
- 12-3-9 Inspection and approval by city.
- 12-4 Use of Public Sewers
- 12-5 Extension of Service
- 12-6 Sections As Part of Contract
- 12-7 Enforcement
- 12-8 Effluent Service
- 12A-1 General Provisions
General Sewer Use Requirements
- 12A-2-1 Prohibited discharge standards.
- 12A-2-2 Preliminary pretreatment.
- 12A-2-3 Manholes.
- 12A-2-4 Special agreements with industrial concerns.
- 12A-2-5 National categorical pretreatment standards.
- 12A-2-6 Local limits.
- 12A-2-7 Medical waste.
- 12A-2-8 Right of revision.
- 12A-2-9 Dilution.
- 12A-2-10 Tampering; Sewer system; Manhole.
- 12A-2-11 Tampering; Monitoring/sampling equipment, pretreatment device.
- 12A-3 Pretreatment of Wastewater
Wastewater Discharge Permits
- 12A-4-1 Wastewater analysis.
- 12A-4-2 Wastewater discharge permit requirement.
- 12A-4-3 Wastewater discharge permit duration.
- 12A-4-4 Wastewater discharge permit contents.
- 12A-4-5 Wastewater discharge permit appeals.
- 12A-4-6 Wastewater discharge permit modification.
- 12A-4-7 Wastewater discharge permit transfer.
- 12A-4-8 Wastewater discharge permit renewal.
- 12A-4-9 Regulation of waste received from other jurisdictions.
- 12A-5-1 Baseline monitoring reports.
- 12A-5-2 Compliance schedule progress reports.
- 12A-5-3 Reports on compliance with categorical pretreatment standard deadline.
- 12A-5-4 Periodic compliance reports.
- 12A-5-5 Reports of changed conditions.
- 12A-5-6 Reports of potential problems.
- 12A-5-7 Reports from unpermitted users.
- 12A-5-8 Notice of violation/repeat sampling and reporting.
- 12A-5-9 Discharge of hazardous waste.
- 12A-5-10 Analytical requirements.
- 12A-5-11 Sample collection.
- 12A-5-12 Date of receipt of reports.
- 12A-5-13 Record keeping.
- 12A-6 Compliance Monitoring
- 12A-7 Release Of Information
Enforcement Response Plan
- 12A-8-1 Enforcement authority and responsibilities.
- 12A-8-2 Types of violations.
- 12A-8-3 Determining enforcement response.
- 12A-8-4 Enforcement actions.
- 12A-8-5 Issuance of notice of violation.
- 12A-8-6 Compliance meetings.
- 12A-8-7 Notice to show cause.
- 12A-8-8 Administrative orders.
- 12A-8-9 Administrative fines.
- 12A-8-10 Termination or suspension of permit.
- 12A-8-11 Revocation of permit.
- 12A-8-12 User appeal.
- 12A-8-13 Civil actions.
- 12A-8-14 Criminal actions.
- 12A-8-15 Liability of user.
- 12A-8-16 Judicial proceedings.
- 12A-8-17 Levels of action.
- 12A-8-18 Enforcement response actions.
- 12A-8-19 Notices.
- 12A-8-20 Emergency suspensions.
- 12A-8-21 Performance bonds; Liability insurance; Contract award.
- 12A-9 Affirmative Defenses for Discharge Violations
- 12A-10 Miscellaneous Provisions
- 13-1 Administration
- 13-2-1 Directing traffic.
- 13-2-2 Obedience to traffic regulations.
- 13-2-3 Traffic control devices.
- 13-2-4 Authority to designate crosswalks, establish safety zones and mark traffic lanes.
- 13-2-5 Authority to place and obedience to turning markers.
- 13-2-6 Authority to place and obedience to restricted turn signs.
- 13-2-7 Limitations on turning around.
- 13-2-8 One way streets and alleys.
- 13-2-9 Regulation of traffic at intersections.
- 13-2-10 Drivers to obey signs.
- 13-2-11 Processions.
- 13-2-12 Repealed.
- 13-2-13 Truck routes.
Standing and Parking
- 13-3-1 Method of parking.
- 13-3-2 Blocking traffic.
- 13-3-3 Parking adjacent to schools.
- 13-3-4 Authority to erect signs restricting parking.
- 13-3-5 Parking on sidewalks.
- 13-3-6 Restricted parking areas for the physically disabled.
- 13-3-7 Stopping, standing or parking prohibitions.
- 13-3-8 Parking prohibited for certain purposes.
- 13-3-9 Residential no parking.
- 13-3-10 Violation and initiation of civil action.
- 13-3-11 Presumption of liability.
- 13-3-12 Sanctions.
- 13-3-13 Prohibition: Commercial/recreational motor vehicles.
- 13-3-14 Improper angle parking.
- 13-3-15 Loads; Unloading motor vehicles.
- 13-3-16 Leaving unattended children in a vehicle.
- 13-3-17 Temporary "no parking," special events, or emergency parking signs.
- 13-3-18 Failure to respond or pay.
- 13-3-19 Vehicle immobilization and impound.
- 13-3-20 Application of article.
- 13-3-21 Definitions.
- 13-4 Repealed
- 13-5 Motorized Skateboards
Shared Mobility Devices
- 13-6-1 Purpose and definition.
- 13-6-2 Shared mobility device program temporary participant license.
- 13-6-3 Shared mobility device program temporary participant license required.
- 13-6-4 Parking.
- 13-6-5 Shared mobility device required equipment.
- 13-6-6 Impoundment.
- 13-6-7 Violations.
- 13-6-8 Equipment penalties.
- 13-6-9 Reckless riding; Sentencing.
- 14-1 Definitions
Service and Billing
- 14-2-1 Water connection required.
- 14-2-2 Private water systems.
- 14-2-3 Application for service.
- 14-2-4 Grounds for rejection of application.
- 14-2-5 Security deposit.
- 14-2-6 Water rates.
- 14-2-7 Assessment and levy of additional tax.
- 14-2-8 Customer service fees and payment.
- 14-2-9 Construction water.
- 14-3 Discontinuance of Service
- 14-4 Meters
- 14-5 Customer Responsibilities
- 14-6 Main Extensions
- 14-7 Liability
- 14-8 Sections as Part of Contract
- 14-9 Special Agreements
- 14-10 Enforcement
- 14-11 Backflow Control and Cross-Connection Program
- 15-1 General Provisions
- 15-2 Platting Procedures and Requirements
- 15-3 Subdivision Design Principles and Standards
- 15-4 Street and Utility Improvement Requirements
- 15-5 Modifications
- 15-6 Prohibition Against Circumvention
- 15-7 Violations and Penalties
- 15-8 Special Agreements
Minor Land Divisions
- 15-9-1 Applicability.
- 15-9-2 Process.
- 15-9-3 Pre application meeting.
- 15-9-4 Minor land division design standards and requirements.
- 15-9-5 Minimum required minor land division improvements.
- 15-9-6 Minor land division applications.
- 15-9-7 Minor land division application and review.
- 15-9-8 Application approval.
- 15-9-9 Denial.
- 15-9-10 Appeal.
- 15-9-11 Engineering plans for minor land divisions.
- 15-9-12 Assurance for the construction of minor land division improvements.
Flood Damage Prevention
- 16-1 Purpose
- 16-2 Definitions
- 16-3-1 Lands to which this chapter applies.
- 16-3-2 Basis for establishing special flood hazard areas.
- 16-3-3 Compliance.
- 16-3-4 Abrogation and greater restrictions.
- 16-3-5 Interpretation.
- 16-3-6 Disclaimer of liability.
- 16-3-7 Statutory exemptions.
- 16-3-8 Unlawful acts.
- 16-3-9 Declaration of public nuisance.
- 16-3-10 Abatement of violations.
- 16-4 Administration
- 16-5 Provisions for Flood Hazard Reduction
- 16-6 Variance Procedure
- 16-7 Stormwater Pollution Elimination
- 17-1 General
- 17-2 Application, Authority, Limitations, Duties of Video Service Providers
- 17-3 Streets and Construction
- 17-4 Video Services Network Theft or Tampering
- 17-5 Fees and Charges; In-Kind Goods or Services
- 17-6 Violations by Licensee
- 17-7 Insurance, Liability and Indemnity
- 17-8 Miscellaneous
Civil Code Enforcement
Civil Code Enforcement
- 18-1-1 Civil code infractions; Jurisdiction; Purpose.
- 18-1-2 Civil sanctions.
- 18-1-3 Commencement of action.
- 18-1-4 Authority to issue civil citations.
- 18-1-5 Appearance by defendant.
- 18-1-6 Default judgment.
- 18-1-7 Rules of procedure.
- 18-1-8 Collection of civil sanctions.
- 18-1-9 Each day separate violation.
- 18-1 Civil Code Enforcement
Fees and Procedures for Modification of Municipal Improvement Assessment Districts
- 19-1 General Provisions
- 19-2 Procedure for Obtaining Modification of an Assessment
- 19-3 Establishment of Fees and Time of Payment
- Chapter 20 Cost Recovery and User Fees
- 21-1 General Provisions
- 21-2 Duties and Responsibilities
- 21-3 General Regulations
Telecommunications and Fiber Optic Cable Communication Systems
- 22-1 Telecommunications Service
- 22-2 Fiber Optic Cable Communications Systems
Wireless Providers Use of Public Right-of-Way
- 22-3-1 Applicability.
- 22-3-2 Definitions.
- 22-3-3 Wireless provider; Use of right-of-way, rates, fees, and terms.
- 22-3-4 Permits; Application; Fee.
- 22-3-5 General requirements for use of the right-of-way by wireless providers.
- 22-3-6 Requirements for small wireless facilities; Pole design and installation, replacement and new pole; Clearances.
- 22-3-7 Removal of original pole, equipment and pole foundation.
- 22-3-8 Antennas, remote radio head (RRH)/remote radio unit (RRU), cables and mounting on pole.
- 22-3-9 Ground-mounted equipment.
- 22-3-10 Small wireless facilities on existing streetlight pole.
- 22-3-11 Small wireless facilities on an existing traffic signal pole.
- 22-3-12 Small wireless facilities on existing third-party owned utility poles in city right-of-way.
- 22-3-13 Small wireless facilities on new utility poles.
- 22-3-14 Monopoles.
- 22-3-15 Dispute resolution.
Historical Preservation in General
- 23-1-1 Title.
- 23-1-2 Purpose.
- 23-1-3 Definitions.
- 23-1-4 Historic preservation commission.
- 23-1-5 Historic preservation officer.
- 23-1-6 Temporary restraint of demolition.
- 23-1-7 Procedure to establish historic preservation district.
- 23-1-8 Landmark designation.
- 23-1-9 Procedure to remove HP zoning designation.
- 23-1-10 Permitted uses; Suffix HP and HP L.
- 23-1-11 Effect of HP zoning designation.
- 23-1-12 Review process on application for Certificate of No Effect or Certificate of Appropriateness.
- 23-1-13 Demolition or moving of structures.
- 23-1-14 Economic hardship.
- 23-1-15 Goodyear historic property register.
- 23-1-16 Enforcement; Violations; Penalties.
- 23-1 Historical Preservation in General
Public Improvements Cost Recovery
Public Improvements Cost Recovery in General
- 24-1-1 Title.
- 24-1-2 Purpose.
- 24-1-3 Definitions.
- 24-1-4 Construction of special public improvements.
- 24-1-5 Authorization of reimbursement agreements.
- 24-1-6 Reimbursement agreements; Terms; Collections, and costs.
- 24-1-7 Reimbursement amounts payable to city.
- 24-1-8 Notice of intention to approve special public improvements.
- 24-1-9 Assessment districts, improvement districts; General obligation bond projects; Cost apportionment.
- 24-1 Public Improvements Cost Recovery in General
Agricultural Protection in General
- 25-1-1 Title.
- 25-1-2 Purpose.
- 25-1-3 Establishment of agricultural protection commission.
- 25-1-4 Agricultural protection fund.
- 25-1-5 Qualifying applicant for funding the acquisition of agricultural easements.
- 25-1-6 Application process and establishing priorities for funding.
- 25-1-7 Public participation.
- 25-1 Agricultural Protection in General
- 26-1 General Provisions
- 26-2 Permit Application and Review
- 26-3 Enforcement
Parks and Recreation
Tree Care and Management
- 27-1-1 Statement of purpose.
- 27-1-2 Definitions.
- 27-1-3 Acceptable tree species.
- 27-1-4 Prohibited tree species.
- 27-1-5 Public tree care.
- 27-1-6 Maintenance responsibility.
- 27-1-7 Planting, removing or cutting trees on public property.
- 27-1-8 Tree topping.
- 27-1-9 Stump removal.
- 27-1-10 Interference with the City Arborist.
- 27-1-11 City Manager review.
- 27-1-12 Violations and civil sanctions.
- 27-1 Tree Care and Management
- Parallel References