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The truth is, building permits are very beneficial to you and our community. By working with expert code officials, you will benefit from their knowledge of building codes to ensure your construction project is built right, will be safe, and will last. Building Permit Applications
• New buildings• Additions (bedrooms, bathrooms, family rooms, etc.)• Residential work (decks, garages, fences, fireplaces, pools, water heaters, etc.)• Renovations (garage conversions, basement finishing, kitchen expansions, re-roofing, etc.)• Electrical systems• Plumbing systems• HVAC (heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning) systems
North arrow, street name and address, legal description of property, and location of water, gas, electric, and sewer should also be shown on the drawing along with any easements affecting the property. Topography showing relative slope of the ground surface should be indicated either by contour lines or by spot grades related to elevation of a known point
All Council Committee Minutes (Finance, Public Services and Committee of the Whole) are kept on file in the City Council Office located at 2101 O’Neil Ave., Rm. 115 (307-637-6357). The latest Committee Minutes can be found online at City Council Minutes.
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a. There shall be a principal building constructed on the site prior to an accessory building being permitted.
b. For through lots an accessory building shall meet the setback requirements of the principal building for the district in which it is to be located.
c. An accessory building shall not encroach on any recorded easement.
d. The total size of all accessory buildings on the same property shall not exceed 15 percent of property area.
e. The total square footage of an accessory building shall not exceed more than 40% of the square footage of the principal building.
f. In districts LR-1, LR-2, MR-1, MR-2, HR-1, HR-2, NR-1, NR-2, and NR-3 only one accessory building is permitted per lot except that one additional accessory building of a maximum size up to 120 square feet may be permitted on any lot. Any accessory building under 120 square feet may be allowed a side and rear setback of 3’ regardless of the specific lot standards for accessory buildings. An exception is provided by Administrative Adjustment according to the procedures in Article 2, for garages for multifamily structures in order to provide up to one parking stall for each dwelling unit.
The setbacks for your accessory building depend on your lot type within your zone district. Call the Building and Development Office at 637-6282 for the requirements applicable to your home and property.
These fires must be attended at all times and kept at least 15 feet away from any structure or combustible material.Use only clean dry wood or charcoal.Do not burn yard waste or rubbish.Fire pits and chimineas must have an approved spark arrestor that is constructed of iron, heavy wire mesh, or other non-combustible material with openings no larger than 1/2 inch.If the smoke or odor emmissions become offensive or objectionable, you will be required to extinguish the fire.
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The chief of police may issue a consumption permit to applicants requesting to consume or carry champagne and/or wine in designated areas in Lions Park, Holliday Park and Mylar Park in conjunction with a private ceremony, reception or similar event. The designated areas allowed are those which can be reserved through the city parks division.
Prior to consumption permits being issued, an applicant shall provide the city with a written release, indemnification and hold harmless agreement and agree to assume responsibility relative to liquor liability coverage as approved by the city’s risk manager or city attorney.
To apply for a consumption permit download the application. Consumption Permit Application
Bonds and fines can be paid through the CitePayUSA website (link below). Must appear cases are exempt for payment through the website.
If you want to contest the citation, please come to Municipal Court on the date and time that is located on the Citation. You will need to check in approximately 15 minutes prior to the court time to go through court. Do not check in after the court time. Parking Division
1) The Notice of Appeal citing the point of law that you feel was violated by the Court. We do not provide forms for this step. If you have an attorney, he will have the format to do this. Per Rule 2.07, Rules of Appellate Procedure, the Notice of Appeal shall: a) Specify the party or parties taking the appeal b) Identify the judgment or appealable order, or designated portion appealed; and c) Name the court to which the appeal is taken d) Be accompanied by the certificate or endorsement required by Rule 2.095 of the Rules of Appellate Procedure."
2) $20.00 cash, certified check or money order for filing fee for Municipal Court payable to Municipal Court.
3) $70.00 cash, certified check or money order for filing fee for District Court payable to Municipal Court.
If the 30th day falls on a weekend or legal holiday, the notice of appeal must be in to the Municipal Court by close of business on the first business day following the weekend or holiday.
Please view Parking Enforcement frequently asked questions on the Police Department's website.
Prior to consumption permits being issued, an applicant shall provide the city with a written release, indemnification and hold harmless agreement and agree to assume responsibility relative to liquor liability coverage as approved by the city’s risk manager or city attorney. Consumption Permit Application
Due to its hard crystalline structure, Ice Slicer can provide immediate traction whenever applied. Some users refer to it as “dissolving sand” because it doesn’t leave high volumes of residues as it breaks down. With naturally occurring trace minerals and very low alkalinity, Ice Slicer is also less harmful to roadside vegetation.
Ice Slicer’s natural brown color enables it to use the sun to provide additional melting power. It dissolves slowly and stays on roadways longer to help prevent freezing of new snow or ice so it is more effective over a longer period of time than ordinary salt.
Additional Landfill Information.
The Transfer Station does not accept compost material.