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HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE

1994

A Codification of the General Ordinances of the Town of Hayden, Arizona

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE A subject-matter index, with complete cross-referencing, locates specific code provisions by individual section numbers.

PREFACE The Hayden Municipal Code is a codification of the general and permanent ordinances of Hayden, Arizona. The ordinances were compiled, edited and indexed by the editorial staff of Book Publishing Company under the direction of Maria Gina Garcia, town clerk, and Anna C. Ortiz, town attorney. This volume covers ordinances through Ordinance 102, passed September 18, 1995. The code is organized by subject matter under an expandable three-factor decimal numbering system which is designed to facilitate supplementation without disturbing the numbering of existing provisions. Each section number designates, in sequence, the numbers of the title, chapter, and section. Thus, Section 2.12.040 is Section .040, located in Chapter 2.12 of Title 2. In most instances, sections are numbered by tens (.010, .020, .030, etc.), leaving nine vacant positions between original sections to accommodate future provisions. Similarly, chapters and titles are numbered to provide for internal expansion. In parentheses following each section is a legislative history identifying the specific sources for the provisions of that section. This legislative history is complemented by a prior code cross-reference table, which sets out the location of individual sections of the prior code, and an ordinance disposition table, following the text of the code, listing by number all ordinances, their subjects, and where they appear in the codification.

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HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE I. HOW TO USE YOUR CODE This code is organized to make the laws of the city as accessible as possible to city officials, city employees and private citizens. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with some of the important elements of this code. Numbering System. The numbering system is the backbone of a code of ordinances; Book Publishing Company uses a unique and versatile numbering structure that allows for easy expansion and amendment of this code. It is based on three tiers, beginning with title, then chapter, and ending with section. Each part is represented in the code section number. For example, Section 2.04.010 is Section .010, in Chapter 2.04 of Title 2. Title. A title is a broad category under which ordinances on a related subject are compiled. This code contains about 15 to 20 titles. For example, the first title is Title 1, General Provisions, which may contain ordinances about the general penalty, code adoption and definitions. The titles in this code are separated by tabbed divider pages for quick reference. Some titles are Reserved for later use. Chapter. Chapters deal with more specific subjects, and are often derived from one ordinance. All of the chapters on a related subject are grouped in one title. The chapters are numbered so that new chapters which should logically be placed near certain existing chapters can be added at a later time without renumbering existing material. For example, Chapter 2.06, City Manager, can be added between 2.04, City Council, and Chapter 2.08, City Attorney. Section. Each section of the code contains substantive ordinance material. The sections are numbered by "tens" to allow for expansion of the code without renumbering. Tables of Contents. There are many tables of contents in this code to assist in locating specific information. At the beginning of the code is the main table of contents listing each title. In addition, each title and chapter V has its own table of contents listing the chapters and sections, respectively. Ordinance History Note. At the end of each code section, you will find an "ordinance history note," which lists the underlying ordinances for that section. The ordinances are listed by number, section (if applicable) and year. (Example: (Ord. 272 1, 1992).) This note will be updated by Book Publishing Company as each section is amended, with the most recent amendment added to the beginning. The notation "(part)" is used when the code section contains only part of the ordinance (or section of the ordinance) specified; this indicates that there are other areas of the code affected by the same ordinance (or section of the ordinance). If the code section was derived from an earlier codification, the last entry in the note indicates the old or "prior code" section number.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Statutory References. The statutory references direct the code user to those portions of the state statutes that are applicable to the laws of the municipality. As the statutes are revised, these references will be updated by Book Publishing Company. j Cross-Reference Table. When a code is based on an earlier codification, the crossreference table will help users find older or "prior" code references in the new code. The cross-reference table is located near the end of the code, under the tabbed divider "Tables." This table lists the prior code section in the column labeled "Prior Code Section" and the new code section in the column labeled "Herein." This table will be updated as prior code sections are renumbered or repealed. Ordinance List and Disposition Table. To find a specific ordinance in the code, trim to the section called "Tab1es" for the Ordinance List and Disposition Table. This very useful table tells you the status of every ordinance reviewed by Book Publishing Company. The table is organized by ordinance number and provides if a brief description and the disposition of the ordinance. If the ordinance is codified, the chapter (or chapters) will be indicated. (Example: (2.04, 6.12, 9.04).) If the ordinance is of a temporary nature or deals with subjects not normally codified, such as budgets, taxes, annexations or rezones, the disposition will be "(Special)." If the ordinance is for some reason omitted from the code, usually at the direction of the municipality, the disposition will be "(Not codified)." When an ordinance is repealed, the disposition will be changed by Book Publishing Company to "(Repealed by Ord.... )" with the appropriate ordinance number. Other. dispositions sometimes used are "(Tabled)," "(Pending)," "(Number Not Used)" or "(Missing)." Index. If youre not certain where to look for a particular subject in this code, start with the index. This is an alphabetical multitier subject index which uses section numbers as the reference, and cross-references where necessary. Look for the main heading of the subject you need, then the appropriate subheadings: BUSINESS LICENSE See also BUSINESS TAX Fee 5.04.030 Required when 5.04.010 The index will be updated as necessary when the code text is amended. Insertion Guide. Each supplement to the new code will be accompanied by an Insertion Guide. This guide will tell the code user the date of the most recent supplement and the last ordinance contained in that supplement. It will then list the pages that must be pulled from the code and the new pages that must be inserted. Following these instructions carefully will assure that the code is kept accurate and current. Page Numbers. When originally published, this code was numbered with consecutive page numbers. As it is amended, new material may require the insertion of new pages that are numbered with hyphens.

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HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE II. PROCEDURE FOR DRAFTING ORDINANCES This code has been codified using a logical, expandable numbering system to allow for additions, repeals or amendments. When drafting ordinances, it is important to designate, within the ordinance, what specific portions of the code are affected. The ordinance(s) underlying the section being changed can be determined from the ordinance history notc in parentheses at the end of each section. Effect of Title. The title of an ordinance and any introductory language appearing before the ordaining clause has no legal effect. The title may state that the ordinance repeals (or amends or adds) certain provisions, but in order for these changes to be effective, the intended repeal, amendment or addition must be set out following the ordaining clause. Procedure When Amending Existing Code Material. Amend the code section specifically. The underlying ordinance section may also be included. Examples: 3.04.020 of the Municipal Code is amended to read as follows: 3 of Ord. 319 and 3.04.020 of the Municipal Code are amended to read as follows: If only a portion of a section is being amended, designate the specific portion: Example: 3.04.050(A)(2) of the Municipal Code is amended to read as follows: Procedure When Repealing Existing Code Material. When repealing material, designate the specific portion of the code to be repealed. Include the underlying ordinance section if you wish; however, we consider both code section and underlying ordinance to be V repealed whether you mention the underlying ordinance or not. Examples: 3.04.020 of the Municipal Code is repealed. 3 of Ord. 319 and 3.04.020 of the Municipal Code are repealed. Subsection B of 3.04.030 of the Municipal Code is repealed. Procedure When Adding New Material to Code. When new provisions are to be added to the code, you should determine where the material would best fit within the subject matter of the existing section, chapter or title. If there is no existing section, chapter or title, you should assign a new section, chapter or title number. Our expandable decimal numbering system is designed to allow for the incorporation of new material without disturbing the numbering system of existing material. The following language is sufficient to locate new material in the code: Subsection D is added to 5.10.040 of the Municipal Code, to read as follows:

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HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Title 1 GENERAL PROVISIONS Chapters: 1.01 Code Adoption 1.04 General Provisions 1.08 General Election 1.12 General Penalty

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Chapter 1.01 CODE ADOPTION (Reserved) Chapter 1.04 GENERAL PROVISIONS Sections: 1.04.010 Definitions. 1.04.020 Interpretation of language1.04.030 Grammatical interpretation. 1.04.040 Acts by agents. 1.04.050 Prohibited acts include causing and permitting. 1.04.060 Computation of time. 1.04.070 Construction. 1.04.080 Repeal shall not revive any ordinances. 1.04.090 Severability.

1.04.010 Definitions. The following words and phrases, whenever used in the ordinances of the town of Hayden, shall be construed as defined in this section unless from the context a different meaning is intended or unless a different meaning is specifically defined and more particularly directed to the use of such words or phrases: "Counci1" means the town council of the town of Hayden. "All its members" or "al1 council members" means the total number of council members holding office. "County" means the county of Gila. "Law" denotes applicable federal law, the Constitution and statutes of the state of

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Arizona, the ordinances of the town, and where appropriate, any and all rules and regulations which may be promulgated there under. "May" is permissive. "Month" means a calendar month. s "Must" and "shall" are each mandatory. "Oath" includes an affirmation or declaration in all cases in which, by law, an affirmation may be substituted for an oath, and in such cases the words "swear" and "sworn" shall be equivalent to the words "affirm" and affirmed. "Owner," applied to a building or land, includes any part owner, joint owner, tenant in common, joint tenant, tenant by the entirety, or the whole or a part of such building or land. "Person" includes a natural person, joint venture, joint stock company, partnership, association, club, company, corporation, business, trust, organization, or the manager, lessee, agent, servant, officer or employee of any of them. "Personal property" includes money, goods, chattels, things in action and evidences of debt. "Preceding" and "following" mean next before and next after, respectively. "Property" includes real and personal property. "Real property" includes lands, tenements and hereditaments. "Sidewalk" means that portion of a street between the curb line and the adjacent property line intended for the use of pedestrians. "State" means the state of Arizona. "Street" includes all streets, highways, avenues, lanes, alleys, courts, places, squares, curbs or other public ways in the town which have been or may hereafter be dedicated and open to public use, or such other public property so designated in any law of this state. "Tenant" and "occupant," applied to a building or land, includes any person who occupies the whole or a part of such building and land, whether alone or with others. "Town" means the town of Hayden, or the area within the territorial limits of the town, and such territory outside the town over which the town has jurisdiction or control by virtue of any constitutional or statutory provision. "Written" includes printed, typewritten, mimeographed, mu1tig1aphed or otherwise reproduced in permanent visible form. "Year" means a calendar year. (Ord. 100 1, 1995)

1.04.020 Interpretation of language. All words and phrases shall be construed according to the common and approved usage of the language, but technical words and phrases and such others as may have

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE acquired a peculiar and appropriate meaning in the law shall be construed and understood according to such peculiar and appropriate meaning. (Ord. 100 2, 1995) include causing, allowing, permitting, aiding, abetting, suffering or concealing the fact of such act or omission. (Ord. 100 5, 1995)

1.04.030 Grammatical interpretation. The following grammatical rules shall apply in the ordinances of the town unless it is apparent from the context that a different construction is intended: A. Gender. Each gender includes the masculine, feminine and neuter genders. B. Singular and Plural. The singular number includes the plural and the plural includes the singular. C. Tenses. Words used in the present tense include the past and the future tenses and vice versa, unless manifestly inapplicable. (Ord. 100 3, 1995)

1.04.060 Computation of time. Except when otherwise provided, the time within which an act is required to be done shall be computed by excluding the first day and including the last day, unless the last day is Sunday or a holiday, in which case it shall also be excluded. (Ord. 100 6, 1995)

1.04.070 Construction. The provisions of the ordinances of the town and all proceedings under them are to be construed with a view to effect their objectives and to promote justice. (Ord. 100 7, 1995)

1.04.040 Acts by agents. When an act is required by an ordinance, the same being such that it may be done as ` well by an agent as by the principal, such requirement shall be construed to include all such acts performed by an authorized agent. : (Ord. 100 4, 1995) 1.04.090 Severability. 1.04.050 Prohibited acts include causing and permitting. Whenever in the ordinances of the town any act or omission is made unlawful, it shall It is declared to be the intention of the council that the sections, paragraphs, sentences, clauses and phrases of this code shall be severable, and if any provision of 1.04.080 Repeal shall not revive any ordinances. The repeal of an ordinance shall not repeal the repealing clause of an ordinance or revive any ordinance which has been repealed thereby. (Ord. 100 8, 1995)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE this code is held unconstitutional for any reason by a court of competent jurisdiction, such unconstitutionality shall not affect any of the remaining provisions of the code. (Prior code Art. 1-7)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Chapter 1.08 GENERAL ELECTION Sections: 1.08.010 Date. 1.08.010 Date. The general election of the town shall be held on the third Tuesday of May every second year as provided in state law. The primary election shall be held not less than thirty (30) days prior to the general election. (Prior code 2-3-5) Sections: 1.12.010 ViolationPenalty. 1.12.010 Violation-Penalty. A. Any person violating any of the provisions or failing to comply with any of the mandatory requirements of the ordinances of the town shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. B. Except in cases where a different punishment is prescribed by any ordinance of the town, any person convicted of a misdemeanor for violation of an ordinance of the town is punishable by a fine of not more than two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500.00), or by imprisonment not to exceed six months, or by both such fine and imprisonment. C. Each such person shall be guilty of a separate offense for each and every day during any portion of which any violation of any provision of the ordinances of the town is committed, continued or permitted by any such person, and he shall be punishable accordingly. (Ord. 101 1, 1995) Chapter 1.12 GENERAL PENALTY

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Title 2 ADMINISTRATION AND PERSONNEL Chapters: 2.04 Council 2.08 Mayor 2.12 Ordinances and Resolutions 2.16 Town Officers Generally 2.20 Town Manager 2.24 Town Clerk A 2.28 Town Engineer 2.32 Town Attorney 2.36 Police Department 2.40 Fire Department 2.44 Public Works Department 2.48 Magistrates Court 2.52 Library Board of Trustees 2.56 Traffic Violations Bureau 2.60 Disposition of Town Property 2.64 Personnel System

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Chapter 2.04 COUNCIL Sections: Article I. General 2.04.010 Elected Officers. 2.04.020 Corporate powers. 2.04.030 Duties of office. 2.04.040 Vacancies in council. 2.04.050 Compensation. 2.04.060 Oath of oflice. 2.04.070 Bond. 2.04.080 Financial disclosure statements. Article I. General 2.04.010 Elected officers. The council shall consist of seven members to serve for staggered terms of four years, and before entering upon the duties of their office, they shall take and subscribe to the oath of office. The council shall be divided into two classes. The first class shall consist of three councilmen and the second class shall consist of four councilmen. The terms of office of each class shall be for a period of four years with the first class councilmen having their terms expire in 1973 and the second class councilmen terms expiring in 1975. Thereafter, each class of councilmen shall be up for election every four years. The second class of councilmen is designated as those councilmens seats held by the four persons receiving the highest number of votes in the regular election of 1971. The first class shall consist of the other three councilmen. (Prior code 2-1-1) 2.04.020 Corporate powers. The corporate powers of the town shall be vested in the council and shall be exercised only as directed or authorized by law. All powers of the council shall be exercised by ordinance, resolution, order or motion. (Prior code 2-1-2) 2.04.190 Order of business. 2.04.200 Committees and commissions. 2.04.210 Voting. 2.04.220 Suspension of rules.

Article II. Elections 2.04.090 Primary election. 2.04.100 Nonpolitical ballot. 2.04.110 General election nomination. 2.04.120 Election to office. 2.04.130 Candidate financial disclosure.

Article III. Procedure 2.04.140 Regular meetings. 2.04.150 Special meetings. 2.04.160 Meetings to be public. 2.04.170 Quorum. 2.04.180 Agenda.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 2.04.030 Duties of office. Councilmen shall assume the duties of office at the regularly scheduled council meeting next following the date of the general election at which, or effective as of the date of which, the councilmen were elected. (Prior code 2-1-3) B. The council shall fill by appointment for the unexpired term any vacancy that may occur for whatever reason. (Prior code 2-14)

2.04.050 Compensation. The compensation of elective officers of the town shall be fixed from time to time by resolution of the council; provided, that the compensation allowed to the mayor and councilmen shall not exceed that allowed by state statutes. (Prior code 2-1-5)

2.04.040 Vacancies in council. A. The office of mayor or councilman shall be deemed vacant from and after the occurrence of any of the following events before the expiration of a term of office: 1. Death; 2. Insanity, when judicially determined; 3. Resignation and the lawful acceptance thereof; 4. Removal from office; 5. Ceasing to be a resident of the town of Hayden; 6. Absence from the town for a period of three consecutive months; 7. Ceasing to discharge the duties of office for a period of three consecutive months; 8. Conviction of a felony or an offense involving a violation of his official duties; 9. Failure of a mayor or councilman, elected or appointed, to file the official oath or bond; 10. Decision of a competent tribunal declaring his election or appointment void.

2.04.060 Oath of office. Immediately prior to assumption of the duties of office, each councilman shall, in public, take and subscribe to the oath of office. (Prior code 2-1-6)

2.04.070 Bond. Prior to taking office, every council member shall execute and file an official bond, enforceable against the principal and his sureties, conditioned on the due and faithful performance of his official duties, payable to the state and to and for the use and benefit of the town or any person who may be injured or aggrieved by the wrongful act or default of such officer in his official capacity. A person so injured or aggrieved may bring suit on such bond under provisions identical to those contained in Section 38-260 of the Arizona Revised Statutes. Bonds shall be in such sum as shall be provided by resolution and

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE the premium for such bonds shall be paid by the town. (Prior code 2-1-7) offices, and the second or general municipal election shall be held to vote for candidates to fill such office or offices. Candidates to be placed on the ballot at such second or general municipal election shall be those not elected at such first election, shall be equal in number to twice the number to be elected to any given office or less than that number if there be less than that number named on the primary election ballot, and persons who receive the highest number of votes for the respective offices at such first election shall be the only candidates at such second election, provided that if there be any person who, under the provisions of this article, would have been entitled to become a candidate for any office except for the fact that some other candidate received an equal number of votes therefore, then all such persons receiving an equal number of votes shall likewise become candidates for such offices. (Prior code 2-3-3)

2.04.080 Financial disclosure statements. The mayor and each member of the council shall file by January 31 of each year, on a form prescribed by the clerk, a financial disclosure statement, setting forth such information as determined by resolution of the council. (Prior code 2-1-8)

Article H. Elections 2.04.090 Primary election. Any candidate who shall receive at the primary election a majority of all the votes cast shall be declared to be elected to the office for which he is a candidate effective as of the date of the general election, and no further election shall be held as to said candidate. (Prior code 2-3-1)

2.04.120 Election to office. 2.04.100 Nonpolitical ballot. Nothing on the ballot in any election shall be indicative of the support of the candidate. (Prior code 2-3-2) The candidates equal in number to the persons to be elected who receive the highest number of votes shall be declared elected. (Prior code 2-3-4)

2.04.130 Candidate financial disclosure. 2.04.110 General election nomination. If at any primary election held as above provided there be any office or offices for which no candidate is elected, then as to such office or offices, said election shall be considered to be a primary election for nomination of candidates for such office or Each candidate for the office of mayor or councilman shall file a financial disclosure statement on a form prescribed by the clerk when such candidate files a nomination paper. The statement shall contain information as required by resolution of the council. (Prior code 2-3-6)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE of the council, the council may meet in a closed executive session for a discussion of the following: l. Consideration of employment, assignment, appointment, promotion, demotion, salaries, disciplining or resignation of a public officer, appointee or employee of the town, except that with the exception of salary discussions, an officer, appointee or employee may demand that such discussion or consideration occur at a public meeting; 2. Consideration of records exempt by law from public inspection; 3. Consultation for advice with the town attorney; 4. Consultations with representatives of employee organizations regarding the salaries, salary schedules or compensation paid in the form of fringe benefits of employees in order to review its position and instruct its designated representatives. B. Minutes of executive sessions shall be kept confidential except from the members of the council. C. No executive session may be held for the purpose of taking any formal action or making any final decision. (Prior code 24-3)

Article III. Procedure. 2.04.140 Regular meetings. The council shall hold regular meetings on the third Monday of each month at seven p.m., provided that when the day fixed for any regular meeting of the council falls upon a day designated by law as a legal holiday, such meeting shall be held at the same hour on the next succeeding day not a holiday. All regular meetings of the council shall be held in the Town Hall of Hayden. (Prior code 2-4-1)

2.04.150 Special meetings. Special meetings may be called at any time by the mayor upon notice being given personally or by letter at least twenty-four (24) hours in advance of the meeting to each member of the council. The general public shall be notified of such meeting by the posting of a notice at least twenty-four (24) hours before the meeting. The notice shall include the date, hour and purpose of such special meeting. In the case of an actual emergency a meeting may be held upon such notice as is appropriate to the circumstances. (Prior code 2-4-2)

2.04.160 Meetings to be public. A. All official meetings of the council at which any legal action is taken shall be open to the public. Notice of meetings shall be given in a manner consistent with state statutes. Upon approval by a majority vote 2.04.170 Quorum. A majority of the councilmen shall constitute a quorum for transacting business but a lesser number may adjourn from time to time and compel the

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE attendance of absent members. (Prior code 2-4-4) proceedings of the meetings in accordance with the parliamentary rules contained in Roberts Rules of Order. B. Roll Call. Before proceeding with the business of the council, the clerk or his deputy shall call the roll of the members, and the names of those present shall be entered in the minutes. If a quorum is not present, the members present may adjourn pursuant to Section 2.04.170 of this article. C. Minutes. The clerk or his deputy shall present the minutes of the preceding council meeting, which shall be approved if correct. Any errors noted shall be corrected. D. Petitions. Petitions, remonstrances, communications, and comments or suggestions from citizens present, shall be heard by the council. All such remarks shall be addressed to the council as a whole, and not to any member thereof. Such remarks shall be limited to ten minutes, unless additional time is granted by the council. No person other than the individual speaking shall enter into the discussion without the permission of the presiding officer. No question shall be asked a councilman except through the presiding officer. E. Reports by Officers. Town officials and committees shall present any reports required by the council. F. Unfinished Business. The council shall consider any business that has been previously considered and which is still unfinished. G. New Business. The council shall consider any business not heretofore

2.04.180 Agenda. Prior to each council meeting, or on or before a time fixed by the council for preparation and distribution of an agenda, whichever is earlier, the manager shall collect all written reports, communications, ordinances, resolutions, contracts and other documents to be submitted to the council, and prepare an agenda according to the order of business and shall furnish each council member, the mayor and the attorney with a copy. (Prior code 2-4-5)

2.04.190 Order of business. The business of the council shall be taken up for consideration and disposition in the following order: A. Call to Order. The mayor shall take the chair precisely at the hour appointed for the meeting and shall immediately call the council to order. In the absence of the mayor, the vice mayor shall call the council to order. In the absence of both the mayor and vice mayor, the clerk shall call the council to order and an acting mayor shall be selected to chair the meeting. Upon the arrival of the mayor or the vice mayor, the vice mayor or the acting mayor shall immediately relinquish the chair upon the conclusion of the business immediately before the council. The mayor shall preserve order and decorum, decide all questions of order and conduct the

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE considered, including the introduction of ordinances and resolutions. H. Claims. The clerk shall present any claims against the town, which will then be approved or disapproved by the council. I. Miscellaneous Business. Prior to adjournment, the council shall, as it deems necessary, consider such business as is not specifically provided for herein. J. Adjournment. The council may, by a majority vote of those present, adjourn from time to time to a specific date and hour. A motion to adjourn shall always be in order and decided without debate. (Prior code 2-4-6) Any of the provisions of this article may be temporarily suspended in connection with any matter under consideration by a recorded vote of three fourths of the members present, except that this section shall not be construed to permit any action that is contrary to state statutes. (Prior code 2-4-9)

2.04.200 Committees and commissions. The council may create such a committees and commissions, standing or special, as it deems necessary. They shall consist of as many members and shall perform such duties as the council may require and shall exist at the pleasure of the council. (Prior code 2-4-7)

2.04.210 Voting. A. The mayor shall vote as a member of the council. B. Upon the request of any member, the ayes and nays upon any question shall be taken and entered in the minutes. (Prior code 2-4-8) 2.04.220 Suspension of rules.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Chapter 2.08 MAYOR Sections: 2.08.010 Election and term of mayor. 2.08.020 Vice-mayor. 2.08.030 Acting mayor. 2.08.040 Powers and duties of the mayor. 2.08.050 Absence of mayor. 2.08.060 Failure to sign documents. 2.08.040 Powers and duties of the mayor. The powers and duties of the mayor shall include the following: A. He shall be the chief executive officer of the town. B. He shall be the chairman of the council and preside over its meetings. He may make and second motions and shall have a voice and vote in all its proceedings. C. He shall enforce the provisions of this code. D. He shall execute and authenticate by his signature such instruments as the council, or any statutes, ordinances or this code shall require. E. He shall make such recommendations and suggestions to the council as he may consider proper. F. He shall take command of the police force of the town and govern by proclamation in the event of the threat of or occurrence of acts of riot, rout, natural disaster or affray sufficient to constitute great danger to the town and its residents. 1. In such areas of the town as shall be designated by the mayor by proclamation under the conditions set forth in this section, and within the area within all or any part of the designate another of its members to serve as acting mayor who shall have all the powers, duties and responsibilities of the mayor during such absence or disability. (Prior code 2-2-3)

2.08.010 Election and term of mayor. Beginning with the election to be held on March 19, 1991, the mayor of the town shall be directly elected by the qualified electors of the town. The term of office of the mayor shall be two years. (Ord. 88 1, 2, 1988: prior code 2-2-1)

2.08.020 Vice-mayor. At the same meeting at which the mayor is selected, the council shall designate one of its members as vice-mayor, who shall serve at the pleasure of the council. The vicemayor shall perform the duties of the mayor during his absence or disability. (Prior code 2-2-2)

2.08.030 Acting mayor. In the absence or disability of both the mayor and vice-mayor, the council may

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE town so designated by the mayor, a curfew shall be in effect the hours of each day designated in the proclamation, and all persons living or residing within any such designated area shall go immediately to their homes, and remain there until the curfew is lifted by order of the mayor, and all other persons not residing within the designated area shall immediately leave. 2. During the imposition of any curfew as set forth in this section, all business establishments in the designated curfew area, having on their premises intoxicating beverages, shall be closed during the state of emergency and until the curfew is lifted. G. He shall have the power to require any officer of the town to exhibit his accounts or other papers and to make reports to the council in writing on any subject or matter pertaining to the office. H. He shall perform such other d duties required by state statute and his code as well as those duties required as chief executive officer of the town. (Prior code 2-2-4) except in the case of an emergency. (Prior code 2-2-5)

2.08.060 Failure to sign documents. If the mayor refuses or fails to sign any ordinance, resolution, contract, warrant, demand, or other document or instrument requiring his signature for five days consecutively, then a majority of the members of the council may, at any regular or special meeting, authorize the vice mayor, or in his absence, an acting mayor to sign such ordinance, resolution, contract, warrant, demand, or other document or instrument which when so signed shall have the same force and effect as if signed by the mayor. (Prior code 2-2-6)

Chapter 2.12 ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS Sections: 2.12.010 Prior approval. 2.12.020 Introduction. 2.12.030 Requirements for an ordinance. 2.12.040 Effective date. 2.12.050 Signatures required. 2.12.060 Publishing required.

2.08.050 Absence of mayor. The mayor shall not absent himself from the town for a greater period than fifteen (15) days without the consent of the council

2.12.070 Posting required. 2.12.010 Prior approval. Whenever possible all ordinances, resolutions and contract documents shall,

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE before presentation to the council, have been reviewed as to form by the attorney, and shall when there are substantive matters of administration involved be referred to the person who is charged with the administration of the matters. Such person shall have an opportunity to present his objections, if any, prior to the passage of the ordinance, resolution or acceptance of the contract. (Prior code 2-5-1) 2.12.040 Effective date. No ordinance, resolution or franchise shall become operative until thirty (30) days after its passage by the council and approval by the mayor, except measures necessary for the immediate preservation of the peace, health or safety of the town, but such an emergency measure shall not become immediately operative unless it states in a separate section the reason why it is necessary that it should become immediately operative, and unless it is approved by the affirmative vote of three fourths of all the members elected to the council, taken by ayes and nays. (Prior code 2-5-4)

2.12.020 Introduction. Ordinances, resolutions and other matters or subjects requiring action by the council shall be introduced and sponsored by a member of the council, except that the attorney or the manager may present ordinances, resolutions and other matters or subjects to the council, and any councilman may assume sponsorship thereof by moving that such ordinance, resolution, matter or subject be adopted; otherwise they shall not be considered. (Prior code 2-5-2)

2.12.050 Signatures required. Every ordinance passed by the council shall, before it becomes effective, be signed by the mayor and attested by the clerk. (Prior code 2-5-5)

2.12.030 Requirements for an ordinance. Each ordinance should have but one subject, the nature of which is clearly expressed in the title. Whenever possible, each ordinance shall be introduced as an amendment to this code or to an existing ordinance, and in such case, the title of the sections to be amended shall be included in the ordinance. (Prior code 2-5-3)

2.12.060 Publishing required. Only such orders, resolutions, motions, regulations or proceedings of the council shall be published as may be required by state statutes or expressly ordered by the council. (Prior code 2-5-6)

2.12.070 Posting required. Every ordinance and resolution imposing any penalty, fine, forfeiture or other punishment shall, after passage, be posted by the clerk in three or more public places

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE within the town and an affidavit of the person who posted the ordinances or resolutions shall be filed in the office of the clerk as proof of posting. (Prior code 2-5-7)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Chapter 2.16 TOWN OFFICERS GENERALLY Sections: 2.16.010 Officers. 2.16.020 Additional officers. 2.16.030 Bond. 2.16.040 VacanciesHolding more than one office. 2.16.050 Additional powers and duties. 2.16.010 Officers. There are created the offices of town manager, town clerk, town marshal, town engineer, town attorney and town magistrate. The town attorney, town manager, town clerk, town marshal and town engineer shall be appointed by the council and shall serve at the pleasure of the council. The chief of police shall be recommended by the manager and shall be appointed by the council to serve at its pleasure and under the direction of the manager. All other officers shall be appointed by the manager and serve under the direction of the manager. (Ord. 102 2 (part), 1995; prior code 3-1-l) 2.16.030 Bond. The council shall require each officer of the town except the town attorney to give bond for the due discharge of his duties in such sums and with such security as it may direct and approve as determined by resolution and the town shall pay the costs of such bond. (Prior code 3-l-4)

2.16.040 Vacancies-Holding more than one office. Any vacancy that shall occur in any town office shall be filled by appointment by the council; provided that one person may hold more than one office and that at the discretion of the council, the functions of a town official may be validly performed and discharged by a deputy or another town official, or an otherwise qualified individual not holding office but employed at the pleasure of the council. (Prior code 3-1-5)

2.16.050 Additional powers and duties. In addition to any powers and duties prescribed in this code, each officer shall have such further powers, perform such further duties, and hold such other office as may be provided by the council through ordinance, resolution or order. (Prior code 3-1-6)

2.16.020 Additional officers. The council may appoint and remove from time to time such other officers as it may deem necessary and that are not provided for in this code or state statute. (Prior code 3-1-3)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Chapter 2.20 TOWN MANAGER Sections: 2.20.010 Appointment. 2.20.020 Removal. 2.20.030 Duties. 2.20.040 Restrictions. 2.20.050 Public relations. 2.20.060 Bond. 2.20.070 Compensation. 2.20.080 Council to act through manager. 2.20.030 Duties. The manager shall be the executive officer and head of the administrative branch of the town. He shall be responsible to the council for proper administration of all affairs of the town. He shall have the power and shall be required to: A. Execute, on behalf of the council, general administrative supervision and control of the affairs of the town; B. Attend meetings of the council with the duty of reporting on or discussing any matter concerning the affairs of the departments, boards, services or activities under his supervision, upon which, in his judgment, the council should be informed; C. Appoint, and when necessary, suspend or remove all appointive officers and employees of the town except when officers subject to appointment and removal by the town council; D. Coordinate the administrative functions and operations of the various departments, boards, divisions and services of the town government, and on its behalf carry out policies, rules, regulations and ordinances adopted by it, relating to the administration of the affairs of such departments, boards, divisions or services; E. Cause to be prepared and submitted to him by each department, board, division or service of the town government, itemized annual estimates of expenditures required by them for capital outlay, salaries, wages and miscellaneous operating costs; to tabulate the same into a preliminary consolidated municipal budget and submit

2.20.010 Appointment. The manager shall be appointed by a majority vote of the council for an indefinite term. The manager shall be chosen by the council on the basis of his executive and administrative qualifications and his knowledge of accepted practice in respect to the duties of his office as hereafter set forth. At the time of his appointment he need not be a resident of the town or of the state, but during his tenure of office, he shall reside in the town. (Prior code 3-2-1(A))

2.20.020 Removal. The manager may be removed by the council by a majority vote of its members. (Prior code 3-2-l(B))

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE the same to the council annually on the date specified by them, with his recommendations as to any increases, decreases, cancellations, transfers or changes in any of the items included in said preliminary budget; F. Supervise the expenditures of all departments, divisions or services of the town government and to act as purchasing agent for the purchase of all supplies, goods, wares, merchandise, equipment and material which may be required for any of such departments, divisions or services after first obtaining approval of the council for purchases in excess of five hundred dollars ($500.00); G. Analyze and supervise the functions, duties and activities of the various departments, boards and services of the town government and of all employees thereof, and to make such recommendations to the council with reference thereto, as in his judgment will result, if made effective, in the highest degree of efficiency in the overall operation of the town government; H. Develop and organize necessary improvement projects and programs and to aid and assist the council and the various departments and boards in carrying the same through to a successful conclusion; I. Serve as public relations officer of the town government, and follow through and endeavor to adjust all complaints against any employee, department or service thereof to the end that every effort may be made to satisfy all citizens that their town government is being operated in their behalf with the highest degree of efficiency; J. Cooperate with all community organizations whose aims and purposes it is to advance the spiritual and material interests of the town and its residents and to provide them with all reasonable assistance obtainable through the town government within the limitations of law; K. Make and keep an up-to-date inventory of all personal property owned by the town and recommend to the council the purchase of new machinery, equipment and supplies whenever, in his judgment, the same can be obtained at the best advantage; L. Make or cause to be made studies and surveys of the duties, responsibilities and work of the personnel in the various departments and services of the town government. Recommend to the council abolition or consolidation of positions or transfers or removals of personnel, whenever in his judgment, such action would increase efficiency in the administration of the town government; M. See that all laws and ordinances of the town are duly enforced; N. Devote his entire time to the discharge of his official duties; O. Perform such other duties as may be required of him by the council, not inconsistent with the laws of the state, or the provisions of this code. (Ord. 102 2 (part), 1995; prior code 3-2-l(C))

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 2.20.040 Restrictions. The manager shall not exercise any policymaking or legislative functions whatsoever, nor attempt to commit or bind the council or any member thereof to any action, plan or chapter to grant any authority to, or impose any duty upon the manager, which is vested in or imposed by general law or provisions of this code in any other town commission, board, officer or employee except as herein specifically set forth. (Prior code 3-2-l(D)) 2.20.070 Compensation. The manager shall receive such compensation as the council shall fix from time to time by motion noted in its minutes. (Prior code 3-2-l(G))

2.20.080 Council to act through manager. Except for the purpose of inquiry, the council and its members shall deal with the administrative branch solely through the manager and neither the council nor any member thereof shall give orders to any subordinates of the manager either publicly or privately, nor shall they discuss labor problems without the manager being present. (Prior code 3-2-l(H))

2.20.050 Public relations. In the discharge of his duties, the manager shall endeavor at all times to exercise the highest degree of tact, patience and courtesy in his contacts with the public and with all town boards, departments and employees. He shall use his best efforts to establish and maintain a harmonious relationship among all personnel employed in the government of the town to the end that the highest possible standards of public service shall be continuously maintained. (Prior code 3-21(E))

Chapter 2.24 TOWN CLERK Sections: 2.24.010 Duties.

2.24.010 Duties. 2.20.060 Bond. The manager shall furnish a surety bond to be approved by the council in the sum of not less than five thousand dollars ($5,000.00), said bond to be conditioned on the faithful performance of his duties. The surety bond shall be paid for by the town. (Prior code 3-2-l(F)) A. Records. The clerk shall keep a true and correct record of all business transacted by the council and any other records that either pertain to the business of the town or that the council directs. The clerk shall number, plainly label, and file separately in a suitable cabinet all resolutions, notices, deeds, surveys, leases, paid and unpaid vouchers, inventories, letters, orders and other documents of whatever nature.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE B. Public Inspection of Records. The clerk shall keep convenient for public inspection all public records and public documents under his control, as provided by state statute. The clerk shall furnish certified copies of records to any member of the council upon request and may furnish copies to any other person upon payment of a fee, the amount of which shall be determined by the council. C. Minutes. The clerk shall prepare or cause to be prepared all minutes of council proceedings and ensure their correctness and accuracy. D. Ordinances, Resolutions, Budgets and Notices. The clerk shall process, record, file, publish, and if required by state statute, post all ordinances, resolutions, budgets and notices that may be passed by the council. E. Duties as Treasurer. The clerk shall hold the office of town treasurer and receive and safely keep all moneys that shall come to the town and pay out the same when authorized by the council. He shall keep a separate record and account of each different fund provided by the council, apportion the moneys received among the different funds as prescribed by the council, and keep a complete set of books showing: every money transaction of the town, the state of each fund, from what source the money in each fund was derived and for what purpose expended, and he shall make monthly reports to the council of all receipts and disbursements and the balance in each fund. At the end of the fiscal year he shall make a full and detailed statement of the receipts and expenditures of the town during the year, specifying the different sources of revenues and the amount received from each, all appropriations made by the mayor and council, and the object for which they were made, and the amount of money expended under each, the evidences of indebtedness issued, and what portion remains thereof outstanding, with the rate and amount of interest due thereon, and the amount of cash on hand. F. Election Official. The clerk shall be the town election official and perform those duties required by state statute. G. Licenses. The clerk shall issue or cause to be issued all licenses that may be prescribed by state statute or this code unless otherwise specified by this code. The clerk shall keep a record of all licenses issued. H. Notify of Term Expirations. The clerk shall notify the appointing authority of the impending expiration of the term of office of a member of any board or commission at least thirty (30) days before the expiration of the term. I. Administrative Duties. The clerk shall perform those administrative responsibilities and duties that are conferred upon him by the council in addition to those specified in this code. J. The clerk shall countersign all warrants and keep a warrant register and abstract of expenditures. (Prior code 3-2-2)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Chapter 2.28 TOWN ENGINEER Sections: 2.28.010 Powers and duties. ordinances, resolutions, and other legal instruments when required by the council. He shall approve as to form, in writing, all drafts of contracts and all official or other bonds before final approval or acceptance thereof by the council. He shall return, within ten days, all ordinances and resolutions submitted to him for consideration by the council, with his approval or disapproval as to form noted thereon, together with his reasons therefore. He shall prosecute and defend all suits, actions or causes where the town is a party, and shall report to the council, when required, the condition of any suit or action to which the town is a party. The attorney shall receive such compensation as shall be set forth from time to time by the council. (Prior code 3-2-5)

2.28.010 Powers and duties. A. The engineer shall have charge of the town streets, sewers and waterworks and shall perform such duties as may be required of him by law and such other duties as the council or manager may deem necessary. B. The council may, at its discretion, assign the duties of the office of town engineer to the town manager. C. The town manager may at his discretion use a consulting engineer on specific projects after notification and explanation to the council. (Prior code 3-2-4)

Chapter 2.36 POLICE DEPARTMENT Sections:

Chapter 2.32 TOWN ATTORNEY Sections: 2.32.010 Duties.

2.36.010 CreatedComposition. 2.36.020 Departmental rules and regulations. 2.36.030 Police chiefDuties. 2.36.040 Police department-Duties.

2.32.010 Duties. The attorney shall act as the legal counselor and advisor of the council and other town officials, and as such shall give his opinion in writing when requested. He shall draft all deeds, contracts, conveyances,

2.36.050 Answering calls outside the town. 2.36.060 Compensation of officers. 2.36.070 Compensation of police reserves.

2.36.010 CreatedComposition.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE There is created a police department for the town which shall consist of a chief of police who shall also serve as town marshal, and as many policemen as may from time to time be deemed necessary by the council for the safety and good order of the town. The police chief may, with the approval of the town manager, establish a police reserve not to exceed the number of men in the police department. (Prior code 4-1-1) 2.36.020 Departmental rules and regulations. The police department shall be operated and managed in accordance with such departmental rules and regulations as may from time to time be adopted by the council. (Prior code 4-1-4) action shall be in writing and shall state the reasons for such recommendation. The police chief shall have the authority to temporarily suspend an employee of the police department for a serious violation of the employees duties. D. He shall be responsible for the performance of the police department and its functions and all persons who are members of the department shall serve subject to his orders. E. He shall serve all processes issued to him and enforce all orders and judgments of the court. F. He shall have custody of all lost, abandoned or stolen property recovered within the municipality. He shall issue receipts for all property coming into his possession. Receipts shall be delivered to the party from whom the property is received. In the event of the discovery of property by an employee of the town, receipts shall be made and retained in the receipt book. All property recovered herein shall be kept in a secure and safe place at the town hall. An inventory list of such property shall be made each month and submitted to the manager indicating by description of each item, the date received, from whom, and any disposition made from the property locker during the month. (Prior code 4-1-5)

2.36.030 Police chiefDuties. The following duties shall be performed by the police chief: A. He shall supervise all the officers and members of his department. B. He may, with the approval of the manager, appoint such special police as may be required from time .to time; however, such appointments may not be for a period longer than ten days and special police shall not be reappointed following the specified ten days without the consent of the manager. C. He may recommend to the manager an individual for employment, discharge or disciplinary action. A recommendation of an employee of the police department by the police chief for discharge or disciplinary

2.36.040 Police department-Duties. It is the duty of the police department, under the direction of the chief of police, to:

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE A. Enforce this code and the statutes of the state of Arizona within jurisdictional limits as conferred by law and to arrest and charge the violators thereof; B. Render such account of the police department, its duties, and receipts as may be required by the council or the town manager, and keep records of the office open to inspection by the council at anytime; C. Direct traffic and ensure the orderly flow thereof and investigate and make reports of traffic accidents; D. Inspect and ascertain the condition of trafficcontrol devices of every description which have been erected within the town on the authority of the council and to notify the council of any defects found therein; E. Perform such additional duties as may be required by the manager or council. (Prior code 4-l-6) police shall not receive any perquisites, commissions, or compensations for his services as chief of police, town marshal or tax collector, except as the council may prescribe. (Prior code 4-l-3) 2.36.070 Compensation of police reserves. Police reserves shall perform their duties as a civic duty and may be paid the minimum wage of the town if the duties assigned are approved by the town manager. (Prior code 4-1-8)

Chapter 2.40 FIRE DEPARTMENT Sections: 2.40.010 CreatedCompensation. 2.40.020 Departmental rules and regulations. 2.40.030 ChiefAppointment-Powers and duties. 2.40.040 FiremenAppointment and duties. 2.40.050 Assistant chiefs. 2.40.060 Companies and company officers. 2.40.070 General regulations. 2.40.080 Entry upon adjacent property. 2.40.090 Equipment.

2.36.050 Answering calls outside the town. The members of the police department of the town are duly authorized to answer calls for aid and assistance beyond the corporate limits of the town pursuant to mutual aid agreements and state statutes. (Prior code 4-1-7)

2.36.060 Compensation of officers. The chief of police and all other policemen of the town shall be compensated as determined by the council. The chief of

2.40.100 Providing fire protection outside the town. 2.40.110 Acknowledgement of right-ofway.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 2.40.120 Fire alarms. 2.40.130 Fire alar1nsResponse. 2.40.140 Orders of fire chief. B. Direct the operations of the fire department, subject to the rules and regulations thereof; C. Be present at all fires, if possible, and plan and direct the extinguishment thereof. During the progress of a fire the authority of the fire chief shall be absolute in all matters directly concerning the extinguishment of the fire and the disposition of property endangered by it. All orders issued by him on such occasions must be respected and it is unlawful for anyone to disobey such an order; D. Conduct suitable drills or instruction in the operation and handling of equipment, first aid and rescue work, salvage, a study of buildings in the town, water supplies, and all other matters generally considered essential to good firemanship and safety of life and property from fire; E. Assist the proper authorities in suppressing the crime of arson by investigating or causing to be investigated the cause, origin and circumstances of all fires; F. Inspect buildings and premises and serve Written notice upon the owner or occupant to abate, within a specified time, any and all fire hazards that may be found. For the purpose of conducting such inspection, the chief is hereby empowered to enter any and all buildings and premises within the town at any reasonable hour. Any person served with such written notice shall comply and notify the chief of his compliance within a reasonable time; G. Keep complete records of all fires, inspections, apparatus and equipment,

2.40.010 CreatedCompensation. There is created a volunteer fire department for the town which shall consist of a chief, a first assistant chief, a second assistant chief and as many firemen as may be deemed necessary from time to time by the council. (Prior code 4-2-1) 2.40.020 Departmental rules and regulations. The fire department shall be operated and managed in accordance with such departmental rules and regulations as may from time to time be adopted by the council. (Prior code 4-2-2) 2.40.030 ChiefAppointmentPowers and duties. The chief of the fire department shall be appointed by the manager subject to approval by the mayor and. council. He shall be the head of the fire department subject to the laws of the state and the provisions of this code. His tenure of office shall depend upon his good conduct and efficiency. It shall be the duty of the chief to: A. Be accountable to the manager for the personnel, morale and general efficiency of the fire department;

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE personnel and other information about the work of the department open to council inspection and furnish to the council such information upon request; H. Make a complete annual report, in writing, to the manager within one month after the close of the fiscal year, and such report shall include the information specified in subsection (G) of this section, together with comparative data for previous years and recommendations for improving the effectiveness of the department; I. Enforce or cause to be enforced all ordinances, laws and regulations of the town and state, insofar as they pertain to fire and safety; J. Demote, dismiss or expel any officer or member of the department for neglect or refusal to perform departmental duties, subject to the right of any members so demoted, dismissed or expelled to appeal to the council; K. Appoint a first assistant chief and a second assistant chief from the membership of the department, subject to approval by the manager; L. Maintain a library or file of publications on fire prevention and fire protection and make use of it to the best advantage of all members; M. Inform citizens of fire hazards in the community and on the activities of the department; N. Investigate each fire carefully to determine its cause, and in case of suspicion of incendiarism secure and preserve all possible evidence for future use in the case. (Prior code~42-3)

2.40.040 FiremenAppointment and duties. Firemen shall be recommended by the fire chief and shall be appointed by the manager. Such appointees shall be residents whose business activities are normally within the confines of the town, and who have telephones in their homes. The firemen shall be subject to supervision by the fire chief or the assistant fire chief. (Prior code 4-2-4)

2.40.050 Assistant chiefs. A. There shall be a first assistant chief and a second assistant chief who shall report to the chief at fires and assist him in the discharge of his duties. B. In the absence of the chief the first assistant chief shall command the department and be held responsible therefore in all respects with the full powers and responsibilities of the chief. C. In the absence of both the chief and the first assistant chief, the second assistant chief shall command the department with all power and responsibilities of the chief. (Prior code 4-2-5)

2.40.060 Companies and company officers. A. The fire force shall be divided into companies, the number of which shall be

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE determined by the chief and based upon the needs of the community to provide proper fire protection. Each company shall consist of at least twenty-five (25) active members. B. Each company of the department shall be in direct charge of a captain appointed by the chief and responsible to the chief for the efficient operation of the company. C. The chief shall appoint a lieutenant for each company who, in the absence of his captain, shall exercise the same duties and have the same powers as the captain. At all other times the lieutenant shall perform such duties as the captain may direct. D. In the absence of the chief and both assistant chiefs, the captain of the first company to arrive at a fire shall command the entire department, and in his absence the lieutenant of the first company to arrive shall take command until the arrival of a superior officer. E. Each captain shall preserve the discipline of his company and instruct the members in their duties. Each captain shall direct the operation of his company at fires and carry out the orders of the chief. He shall report to the chief the conditions in the area to which he has been assigned and make recommendations where needed to more effectively control the fire. He shall supervise the relief of his men during severe fires to keep them in the most effective condition possible. F. Each captain, together with one of his drivers, shall inspect all equipment in his charge each month to see that all equipment is clean, in its proper place and ready for service. A complete report on the same shall be made each month to the chief. G. Each captain shall keep or cause to be kept a chronological record of all activities of his company, and also a record of the fire and drill service of each member of the company. For this purpose and for other secretarial work of the company, he may appoint one of the members of the company as secretary of the company. H. Company officers shall see that all hose is thoroughly cleaned and dried after each time it is used at fires and drills, and that no wet or dirty hose is placed on the apparatus. I. Company officers shall see that all hose is removed from apparatus once a month and reloaded with folds in different places to prevent cracking, and that water is run through it once in three months. J. For the purpose of teamwork and efficiency in handling the apparatus and equipment and dividing the work as equally as possible among all members, the captain shall assign members of his company to the duties of drivers, laddermen and nozzlemen. (Prior code 42-6)

2.40.070 Genera] regulations. A. All members shall assist in the work of the department whether it may be their assigned duty or not, and in the absence of any specific orders or apparent work to be done, they shall report to the officer in charge of their company.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE B. All members shall give strict obedience to the orders of their appointed and elected officers. C. Fire alarm signals shall be such as prescribed by the chief, and it shall be his duty to test or have tested at a regularly designated time each day the fire alarm system to see that it is working properly. D. When a fire alarm is given, members in the neighborhood of the fire station shall promptly report to the station and assist in getting the apparatus to the fire and in operation. At least two members, one of whom must be a driver, shall respond with the apparatus. If the apparatus has left the station, they shall immediately proceed to the fire by the most direct route to assume their assigned duties or assist in any work necessary. Members not in the neighborhood of the fire station shall respond for service by the best possible route. E. Two regular meetings and drills of the department shall be held each month at a time specified by the chief. Special meetings and drills to be held at a specified time and place may be called by the chief. All members must attend. Any member absent from three successive meetings and drills without permission from the chief shall be dropped from the membership roll. F. In good weather, practice drills with the apparatus and equipment shall be held. In bad weather, the chief or other officer in charge shall conduct discussion and instruction periods in fire prevention, hazards, fire fighting, inspection work, salvage and other subjects of interest and value to increase the efficiency of the department. G. Each member is responsible for his fire helmet, coat, boots, spanner and hose tool. When his membership is in the department is terminated he shall return all department property in his possession to the chief. H. No person not a member of the department, unless authorized by a department officer, shall be allowed to ride on the apparatus or to handle equipment. I. Work at fires and drills shall be done in a quick, orderly and quiet manner. J. The chief shall appoint two mechanics to each company who shall be charged with the duty of maintaining all the apparatus of the company in good condition and ready for immediate service. Drivers having mechanical ability shall be given preference to other members or officers for such additional duties. K. All cotton rubber-lined hose shall be subjected to a hydrostatic test each spring of not less than one hundred fifty pounds per square inch (or higher if the normal fire pressure is greater than one hundred pounds) and held at that pressure for at least three minutes. L. Annual dues to firemens and -chiefs associations shall be legitimate expenditures of the department. (Prior code 4-2-7)

2.40.080 Entry upon adjacent property. It is lawful for any fireman acting under the direction of the chief or another officer in

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE command to enter upon the premises adjacent to or in the vicinity of any building or other property that is on fire, for the purpose of extinguishing such fire. No person shall hinder, resist or obstruct any fireman in the discharge of his duty as provided in this section. (Prior code 4-2-8) mutual aid under provisions of Section 2.40.100 of this chapter. (Prior code 4-2-9)

2.40.100 Providing fire protection outside the town. The town manager, subject to the approval of the council, may enter into agreements or contracts to furnish tire protection out-side the town or enter into mutual aid agreements. The fire department is authorized to render fire fighting service pursuant to the terms of such agreements or contracts. (Prior code 4-2-10)

2.40.090 Equipment. The department shall be equipped with such apparatus and other equipment as may be required from time to time to maintain its efficiency and properly protect life and property from fire. Recommendations of apparatus and equipment needed shall be made by the chief, and after approval by the council, shall be purchased in such manner as may be designated by the council. All equipment of the department shall be safely and conveniently housed in such places as may be designated by the council. No person shall use any fire apparatus or equipment for any private purpose, nor shall any person willfully take away or conceal any article used in any way by the department. No person shall enter any place where fire apparatus is housed or handle any apparatus or equipment belonging to the department unless accompanied by, or having special permission of, an officer or authorized member of the department. No fire apparatus or equipment shall be hired out or permitted to leave the fire station except in response to a call for aid at a tire within the corporate limits of the town, or in response to a call for aid at a fire in an area authorized for tire protection service or

2.40.110 Acknowledgement of right-ofway. Each member of the department who drives a private motor vehicle shall be issued suitable insignia which may be attached to such motor vehicle. All motor equipment of the department shall have right-ofway over all other traffic when responding to an alarm. No unauthorized vehicle shall follow within six hundred (600) feet of any apparatus belonging to the department nor park within three hundred (300) feet of a fire. No person shall park any vehicle or otherwise cause any obstruction to be placed within twenty (20) feet of the driveway entrance to any fire station or other place where fire apparatus is stored or within fifteen (15) feet of any fire hydrant. No person shall drive any vehicle over fire hose except upon specific orders from the chief or other officer in charge where the hose is used. (Ord. 102 2 (part), 1995; prior code 42-11)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 2.40.120 Fire alarms. Suitable arrangements or equipment shall be provided for citizens to turn in an alarm and for notifying all members of the department so that they may promptly respond. It is unlawful for any person knowingly to turn in or cause to be turned in a false alarm. (Prior code 4-2-12) A. There is established a department of public works. B. A general foreman shall be appointed by the manager with approval of the council. He shall perform the duties as assigned to him by the town manager. C. The salary of the general foreman shall be determined by the manager with the approval of the council. D. There shall be appointed an assistant foreman whose duties shall be assigned by the manager. (Prior code Art. 3-3)

2.40.130 Fire alarmsResponse. It is the special duty of the chief of police or other peace officers who may be on duty and available for fire duty, to respond to all fire alarms and assist the department in the protection of life and property, in regulating traffic, maintaining order and in enforcing observance of all sections of this chapter. (Prior code 4-2-13)

Chapter 2.48 MAGISTRATES COURT Sections: 2.48.010 Established-Jurisdiction.

2.40.140 Orders of fire chief. It is unlawful for any fireman or citizen to refuse to obey an order issued by the fire chief pursuant to his authority. (Prior code 4-2-14)

2.48.020. Town magistrate. 2.48.030 Town magistrate-Powers and duties. 2.48.040 Proceedings of court.

Chapter 2.44 PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT Sections: 2.44.010 CreationGeneral foreman.

2.48.010 EstablishedJurisdiction. There is established in the town a magistrates court which shall have jurisdiction of all violations of this code, and jurisdiction concurrently with justices of the peace of precincts in which the town is located of violation of laws of the state committed within the limits of the town. (Prior code Art. 5-1)

2.44.010 CreationGeneral foreman.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 2.48.020 Town magistrate. The town magistrate shall be the presiding officer of the magistrates court and shall be selected by the council to serve for a term of two years. He shall perform those functions necessary to the maintenance of the magistrates court as provided by state statute. (Ord. 102 2 (part), 1995: prior code 3-2-6) person, listing specific bail for each violation. (Prior code 5-2-2)

2.48.040 Proceedings of court. A. The proceedings shall be conducted in accordance with the state constitution, the applicable state statutes and rules of the state supreme court pertaining to police courts. The proceedings shall also be conducted in accordance with the rules of criminal procedure for the superior court, unless otherwise prescribed and providing this code and resolutions of the town are not in conflict therewith. B. The magistrate court proceedings shall be commenced by complaint under oath and in the name of the state setting forth the offense charged with and such particulars of time, place, person, and property as to enable the defendant to understand distinctly the character of the offense complained of and to answer the complaint. C. If the magistrate is satisfied that the offense complained of has been committed by the person charged, he shall issue a summons or a warrant of arrest. Before issuing a summons or warrant of arrest on a complaint, the magistrate may subpoena and examine witnesses as to the truth of the complaint. (Prior code Art. 5-3)

2.48.030 Town magistratePowers and duties. The powers and duties of the magistrate shall include: A. The powers and duties set forth and conferred upon him under the provisions of the state constitution and statutes, this code, and the ordinances and resolutions of the town; B. The keeping of a docket in which shall be entered each action and the proceedings of the court therein; C. The responsibility for fixing and receiving all bonds and bails and receiving all fines, penalties, fees and other moneys as provided by law; D. Payment of all fees, fines, penalties and other moneys collected by the court to the treasurer; E. Submitting a monthly report to the council summarizing court activities for that month; F. Preparation of a schedule of traffic violations not involving the death of a

Chapter 2.52 LIBRARY BOARD OF TRUSTEES Sections: 2.52.010 Creation.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 2.52.020 Membership. 2.52.030 Powers and duties. 2.52.040 Consultant. and improvement of the library, subject to the approval of the council; D. To prepare and submit to the manager a proposed budget for operation of the library and the maintenance of the library building; E. To enter into an agreement with the board of supervisors of Gila County to provide the functions of a county free library, subject to approval of the council; F. To classify the books and publications contained in the library, according to some established standard classification; G. To do any and all things necessary for the promotion of the usefulness and the care and development of the library; H. To pass upon, audit and either allow or reject in whole or part, claims upon the library fund. (Prior code 2-6-3)

2.52.010 Creation. There is created a library board of trustees of the town of Hayden. (Prior code 2-6-1)

2.52.020 Membership. The board shall consist of five members appointed by the council. The members of the board shall choose a president from their members. (Prior code 2-6-2)

2.52.030 Powers and duties. The library board of trustees shall have the power: A. To accept or reject endowments, donations or contributions for the benefit of the library; B. To recommend the employment of a librarian and such other assistants or employees as may be necessary and recommend their rates of salary; C. To prepare a schedule of overdue fines, to select the books, periodicals, and publications for the library, to prescribe the hours when the library shall be open to the public and to make any and all necessary rules and orders and to take all necessary action for the care, control and management

2.52.040 Consultant. The library board with the approval of the council may solicit the services of a consultant on a no-fee basis to assist the board in its duties. (Prior code 2-6-4)

Chapter 2.56 TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS BUREAU Sections: 2.56.010 Created. 2.56.020 Duties. 2.56.030 Records.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 2.56.040 Audit of records and reports. 2.56.050 Citation on illegally parked vehicle. 2.56.060 Failure to comply. 2.56.070 Appearance of violator. 2.56.080 Presumption in reference to illegal parking. 2.56.090 When warrant to be issued. 2.56.100 Record of traffic casesReport to state. 2.56.110 Official misconduct. 2.56.020 Duties. The traffic violations bureau shall: A. Accept designated fines, issue reports, and represent in court such violators as are permitted and desire to plead guilty, waive court appearance, and give power of attorney; B. Receive and issue receipts for cash bail from the persons who must or wish to be heard in court, enter the time of their appearance on the court docket and notify the arresting officer and witnesses, if any, to be present; C. Keep an easily accessible record of all violations of which each person has been guilty during the preceding twelve (12) months, whether such guilt was established in court or in the traffic violations bureau; D. Follow such procedure as may be prescribed by the traffic regulations of this town or as may be required by any laws of this state. (Prior code 11-6-3)

2.56.010 Created. A. The magistrate shall establish a traffic violations bureau to assist the court with the clerical work of traffic cases. The bureau shall be in charge of such person and shall be open at such hours as the magistrate may designate. B. The magistrate shall designate the specified offenses under the traffic regulations of this town and the state traffic laws in respect to which payments of fines may be accepted by the traffic violations bureau in satisfaction thereof, and shall specify by suitable schedules the amount of such fines for first, second, and subsequent offenses, provided such fines are within the limits declared by law or ordinance, and shall further specify what number of such offenses shall require appearance before the magistrate. (Prior code 11-6-1)

2.56.030 Records. The traffic violations bureau shall keep records and submit summarized monthly reports to the magistrate of all notices issued and arrests made for violations of the traffic laws and regulations in this town and of all the fines collected by the position or present status of every case of violation of the provisions of said laws and regulations. Such records shall be so maintained as to show all types of violations and the totals of each. The records shall be public records. (Prior code ll-6-4)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 2.56.060 Failure to comply. 2.56.040 Audit of records and reports. A. Every record of traffic citation, complaints thereon, and warrants issued therefore required in this chapter shall be audited according to state law by the clerk who shall submit a report of such audit together with a summary thereof to the mayor and council. Such reports shall be public records. B. For the purposes of this chapter the clerk or his duly authorized representatives shall have access at all times to all necessary records, files, and papers of the magistrate court of this town, its traffic violations bureau and the police department. (Prior code 11-6-5) If a violator of the restrictions on stopping, standing or parking under the traffic laws does not appear in response to a traffic citation affixed to a motor vehicle within a period of five days, the police chief or the traffic violations bureau shall send the owner of the motor vehicle to which the traffic citation was affixed a letter informing him of the violation and warning him that in the event such letter is disregarded for a period of five days a warrant of arrest will be issued. (Prior code 11-6-7)

2.56.070 Appearance of violator. A. Any person charged with an offense for which payment of a fine may be made to the traffic violations bureau shall have the option of paying such fine within the time specified in the notice of arrest at the traffic violations bureau upon entering a plea of guilty and upon waiving appearance in court, or may have the option of depositing required lawful bail and upon a plea of not guilty shall be entitled to a trial as authorized by law. B. The payment of a fine to the bureau shall be deemed an acknowledgement of conviction of the alleged offense, and the bureau, upon accepting the prescribed fine, shall issue a receipt to the violator acknowledging payment thereof. (Prior code 11-6-2)

2.56.050 Citation on illegally parked vehicle. Whenever any motor vehicle without driver is found parked or stopped in violation of any of the restrictions imposed by this code or by state law, the officer finding such vehicle shall take its registration number and may take any other information displayed on the vehicle which may identify its user, and shall conspicuously affix to such vehicle a traffic citation, on a form provided by the clerk, for the driver to answer to the charge against him within five days during the hours and at a place specified in the citation. (Prior code 11-66)

2.56.080 Presumption in reference to illegal parking.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE A. In any prosecution charging a violation of any law or regulation governing the standing or parking of a vehicle, proof that the particular vehicle described in the complaint was parked in violation of any such law or regulation, together with proof that the defendant named in the complaint was at the time of such parking the registered owner of such vehicle, shall constitute in evidence a prima facie presumption that the registered owner of such vehicle was the person who parked or placed such vehicle at the point where, and for the time during which, such violation occurred. B. The foregoing stated presumption shall apply only when the procedure as prescribed in Sections 2.56.050 and 2.56.060 has been followed. (Prior code 1 1-6-8) A. Every magistrate or judge of a court shall keep or cause to be kept a record of every traffic complaint, traffic citation, or other legal form of traffic charge deposited with or presented to said court or its traffic violations bureau, and shall keep a record of every official action by said court or its traffic violations bureau in reference thereto, including but not limited to a record of every conviction, forfeiture of bail, judgment of acquittal, and the amount of forfeiture resulting from every said traffic complaint or citation deposited with or presented to said court or traffic violations bureau. B. Within ten days after the conviction or forfeiture of bail of a person upon a charge of violating any provision of this code or other law regulating the operation of vehicles on highways every said magistrate of the court or clerk of the court of record in which such conviction was had or bail was forfeited shall prepare and immediately forward to said state Department of Motor Vehicles an abstract of the record of said court covering the case in which said person was so convicted or forfeited bail, which abstract must be certified by the person so required to prepare the same to be true and correct. Report need not be made of any conviction involving the illegal parking or standing of a vehicle. C. Said abstract must be made upon a form furnished by said state Department of Motor Vehicles and shall include the name and address of the party charged, the number, if any, of his operators or chauffeurs license, the registration number of the vehicle involved, the nature of the offense, the date of hearing, the plea, the

2.56.090 When warrant to be issued. In the event any person fails to comply with a traffic citation given to such person or attached to a vehicle or fails to make appearance pursuant to a summons directing an appearance in the magistrate court, or if any person fails or refuses to deposit bail as required and within the time permitted by traffic regulation, the police clerk or traffic violations bureau shall secure a warrant for his arrest. (Prior code 11-69)

2.56.100 Record of traffic cases- Report to state.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE judgment, or whether bail forfeited and the amount of the fine or forfeiture as the case may be. D. The failure, refusal or neglect of any such judicial officer to comply with any of the requirements of this section shall constitute misconduct in office and shall be grounds for removal there from. (Prior code ll-6-10) 2.56. 110 Official misconduct. Failure, refusal or neglect on the part of any judicial or other officer or employee receiving or having custody of any such fine or forfeiture, either before or after a deposit in the general fund of the town, to comply with the foregoing provisions of this section shall constitute misconduct in office and shall be grounds for removal there from. (Prior code ll-6-ll) Chapter 2.60 DISPOSITION OF TOWN PROPERTY* Sections: 2.60.010 Scope. 2.60.020 Definitions. 2.60.030 Property administrator. 2.60.040 Disposition of town property. 2.60.050 Disposition of personal property. 2.60.060 Disposition of real property. * Prior history: Prior code 3-7-1-3-7-4. 2.60.020 Definitions. In this chapter, unless this code or state statute specifically provide otherwise: "Contract" means an agreement, oral or written, respecting to the transfer of property, real or personal, to or from the town. "Disposition" means the sale, lease or other means of divestiture of title or the right to possession of any property belonging to the town. "Personal property" means property which is tangible and moveable without damage, but may include fixtures attached to real property. "Property administrator" means the town clerk or designee assigned as custodian of all property belonging to the town. "Real property" means property consisting of land or structures affixed to land. (Ord. 94 1 (part), 1992) 2.60.010 Scope. This chapter shall govern the disposition of real and personal property owned by the town. Lt is the intent of this chapter to supplement state law; however, should applicable state law provide more strict provisions regarding any proposed transaction, those more stringent provisions shall apply. (Ord. 94 1 (part), 1992)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 2.602030 Property administrator. The town clerk shall serve as the property administrator for the town and shall have custody of all property, real or personal, belonging to the town. The town clerk may designate some other employee of the town as property administrator, and such designee shall report to the town clerk. The property administrator shall maintain a complete inventory of the property of the town and shall report the same to the council annually. The report shall include a current inventory together with a list of additions and deletions or other dispositions for the preceding fiscal year. (Ord. 94 1 (part), 1992) B. Personal property belonging to the town and having a current value greater than one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) or an original cost of one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) or more may be declared surplus by the property administrator, with the approval of the town council, and shall be sold at public auction, notice of which shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation in the town for two consecutive weeks preceding the scheduled sale. C. Any property in the possession of the town which is contraband as defined by state law, or all other property the disposition of which may be controlled by state law, shall be disposed of in accordance with the applicable state statues. D. Notwithstanding any of the above, any personal property, other than contraband, lawfully in the possession of the town, may be offered for sale at public auction, either individually or grouped in lots as may be deemed appropriate by the property administrator. Such sale shall comply with all applicable notice provisions. (Ord. 94 1 (part), 1992)

2.60.040 Disposition of town property. No property belonging to the town shall be disposed of except in accordance with this code, state law, and such rules as the council may adopt pursuant to this code. (Ord. 94 1 (part), 1992)

2.60.050 Disposition of personal property. Personal property shall be disposed of in the following manner: A. Personal property belonging to the town and having a current value of less than one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) or an original cost of less than one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) may be declared surplus by the property administrator and may be sold or traded without notice or advertisement for bids. 2.60.060 Disposition of real property. A. Execution of Documents by Mayor. No sale or other disposition of real property belonging to the town shall be final until approved by a majority vote of the council and all documents pertaining thereto shall be executed by the mayor and attested by the town clerk. B. AdvertisementBids. Unless the sale or exchange is to another governmental

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE agency, no real property belonging to the town shall be sold or otherwise disposed of or traded without notice or advertisement for bids. B. Personal property belonging to the town and having a current value greater than one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) or an original cost of one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) or more may be declared surplus by the property administrator, with the approval of the town council, and shall be sold at public auction, notice of which shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation in the town for two consecutive weeks preceding the scheduled sale. C. Any property in the possession of the town which is contraband as defined by state law, or all other property the disposition of which may be controlled by state law, shall be disposed of in accordance with the applicable state statues. D. Notwithstanding any of the above, any personal property, other than contraband, lawfully in the possession of the town, may be offered for sale at public auction, either individually or grouped in lots as may be deemed appropriate by the property administrator. Such sale shall comply with all applicable notice provisions. (Ord. 94 1 (part), 1992) be executed by the mayor and attested by the town clerk. B. AdvertisementBids. Unless the sale or exchange is to another governmental agency, no real property belonging to the town shall be sold or otherwise disposed of except at public auction or sealed bids, excepting abandonment of property as provided per resolution; as same may be amended from time to time or this code. The date, time and place of public auction or acceptance of bids shall be posed not less than three weeks in advance of the date at town hall, on the site of the real property to be disposed of and at least two other public places. In addition, the notice of sale shall be published in a paper having general circulation in the town once each week for two consecutive weeks preceding the sale, with the last such publication not less than three days before the sale. The notice shall include a legal description of the property, a common address and a location map. C. Appraisal Prior To Sale. Prior to the sale of any real property with an estimated value of more than one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) the town shall obtain one or more appraisals of value from one or more disinterested parties. Such appraisal shall from the basis for valuation of the property to be sold. D. Real Property With Value Above One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00). Real property having a value in excess of one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) may be disposed of in compliance with this chapter but only after an election is held if same is required by state law. (Ord. 94 l (part), 1992)

2.60.060 Disposition of real property. A. Execution of Documents by Mayor. No sale or other disposition of real property belonging to the town shall be final until approved by a majority vote of the council and all documents pertaining thereto shall

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Chapter 2.64 PERSONNEL SYSTEM Sections: 2.64.010 Creation and scope. 2.64.020 Conditions of employment. 2.64.030 Rules and regulations. 2.64.040 Political contributions. 2.64.050 Overtime pay. 2.64.040 Political contributions. No officer, official or employee of the town shall use any influence or pressure upon any employee to obtain any assessment or contribution of money or time, either direct or indirect, for any political campaign or personal gain. (Prior code 3-4-4) 2.64.030 Rules and regulations. The council may adopt by resolution rules and regulations to give effect to this section, which may be modified or changed from time to time, but such rules and regulations shall follow the generally accepted principles of good personnel administration. (Prior code 3-4-3)

2.64.010 Creation and scope. There is adopted a merit system for the employees of the town, the provisions of which shall apply to all employees of the town except elected officials, officers of the town appointed by the council, persons engaged under contract to supply expert, professional or technical services, temporary employees, volunteer firemen and volunteer personnel who receive no regular compensation from the town. (Prior code 3-4-1)

2.64.050 Overtime pay. Any employee required to work more than eight hours in any one day must first have such overtime be approved by the manager. Hourly rated employees working in excess of eight hours in any one day or forty (40) hours in any one week shall be entitled to overtime pay at time and one-half. (Prior code 3-4-5)

2.64.020 Conditions of employment. The appointment, promotion and tenure of every employee shall be conditioned solely on merit and fitness and the satisfactory performance of the duties and responsibilities assigned. No employee or applicant for employment shall be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or political affiliation. (Prior code 3-4-2)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Title 3 REVENUE AND FINANCE Chapters: 3.04 Claims Against Town 3.08 Purchasing 3.12 Contracts

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Chapter 3.04 CLAIMS AGAINST TOWN* Sections: 3.04.010 Presentation of claims. 3.04.020 Submission to council-Audit. 3.04.030 Claims for damages. * This chapter contains Article 3-8 of the prior code pertaining to claims for damages. For the Article 3-8 created by Ordinance 94 relating to contracts, see Chapter 3.12 of this title. 3.04.020 Submission to council-Audit. Claims shall be filed with the clerk. Such claims shall be passed upon by the council at their next regular meeting thereafter. The claims shall be either allowed or rejected in whole or in part as the council may deem proper. No claim shall be allowed in favor of any officer whose accounts have not been allowed and approved, or who shall have neglected to make his official returns or report, or who shall have neglected or refused to perform any duty required of him. The council may examine under oath, or otherwise, the person presenting such claim, or any other person, in order to ascertain the necessary facts in determining the allowance or rejection thereof. (Prior code 3-5-2)

3.04.010 Presentation of claims. Every person having a claim against the town, except those referred to in the provisions of this section, shall present a statement therefore in writing to the council stating what the claim is for, specifying each item and the date and amount thereof. No claim shall be allowed in favor of any person who is indebted to the town without first deducting such indebtedness. Nothing herein shall be held to apply to claims for official salaries, employee compensation, premiums of employees group insurance, federal withholding taxes, excise taxes on water sales, state income tax withholding, pension plan payments and old age survivors insurance, which by express provision of ordinance or resolution, are made a claim against the town. (Prior code 3-5-1)

3.04.030 Claims for damages. All claims for damages against the town must be filed with the clerk within one hundred eighty (180) days after such time as the damage is alleged to have accrued. All such claims shall specify the time, place, character and cause of damage and no action shall be maintained against the town for any claim for damages until sixty (60) days have elapsed after such presentation. Allowance of any claim for damages against the town shall be made only by provisions of the council. (Prior code Art. 3-8)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Chapter 3.08 PURCHASING* Sections: 3.08.010 Scope of chapter. 3.08.020 Definitions. 3.08.030 Conflict of interest. 3.08.040 Council approvalWhen required. 3.08.050 Purchasing director-Duties. 3.08.060 Emergency purchases-Procedure. 3.08.070 Purchases in general. 3.08.080 Bidding procedure. 3.08.090 Lowest responsible bidder. 3.08.100 Performance bond. 3.08.110 Exclusive service. 3.08.120 Professional and technical services. 3.08.130 Forms. 3.08.140 Purchase orders. * Prior history: Prior code 3-6-l3-63.08.030 Conflict of interest. A. It shall be the official policy of the town that all officers, employees, agents, contractors and other representatives of the town make every effort to assure the public that measures are in place to identify and prevent conflicts of interests in the implementation, acquisition and award of contracts or in the sale or purchase of property or services to or for the town. B. It shall be the official policy of the town to avoid the appearance of impropriety by its officers, employees, agents, contractors or other representatives in any transaction regarding the town, including the awarding of contracts or the purchase or sale of any real or personal property or services by adhering to the "Conflict of Interest Policy for the Town of Hayden" as established by Resolution No. 531 as same may be amended from time to time. C. The town clerk shall be responsible for insuring the provisions of the "Conf1ict of Interest Policy" are made known to all 3.08.020 Definitions. In this chapter, unless this code or state statute specifically provide otherwise: "Local business" shall be defined primarily as businesses physically located within the jurisdictional boundaries of the town. (Ord. 94 1 (part), 1992) transaction, those more stringent provisions shall apply. (Ord. 94 1 (part), 1992)

63.3.08.010 Scope of chapter. This chapter shall govern the purchase of any goods or services for or on behalf of the town. This chapter is intended to supplement state law; however, should applicable state law provide more strict provisions regarding any proposed

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE public officers, employees, agents, contractors, representatives and all persons or companies who may have an interest or submit a proposal or bid on any contract, sale, purchase or service with the town. (Ord. 94 1 (part), 1992) 3.08.060 Emergency purchases-Procedure. In case of an emergency which requires immediate purchase of supplies or services and when time is of the essence and applicable state law does not provide otherwise, the mayor shall be empowered to authorize the purchasing director to acquire goods or services without complying with the requirements and procedures in this chapter. A full report of the circumstances of such emergency and the goods and services obtained shall be made to the council at its next regular meeting. (Ord. 94 1 (part), 1992)

3.08.040 Council approvalWhen required. No purchases shall be made by or on behalf of the town without first obtaining council approval in the following instances: A. Where prior approval is required by state law or town code B. When the purchase of the item is not provided in the budget as adopted; C. Where funds for the purchase is not provided in the budget as adopted; D. For the expenditure of funds in an amount in excess of ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00). (Ord. 94 1 (part), 1992)

3.08.070 Purchases in general. A. Purchases Up To Five Hundred Dollars. Whenever the contemplated purchase or contract for services is for the sum up to five hundred dollars ($500.00) upon completion of a requisition form and purchase order form, the purchasing director may obtain the goods or services without further formality. B. In Excess of Five Hundred Dollars. No purchase or contract in the amount in excess of five hundred dollars ($500.00) shall be awarded without prior council approval. (Ord. 94 1 (part), 1992)

3.08.050 Purchasing director-Duties. A. The town clerk shall serve as the purchasing director and shall direct and control all purchases of goods and services made by or on behalf of the town. The purchasing director may delegate her administrative functions. B. The purchasing director shall approve or deny all purchase requests and shall report to the town council on any purchase requiring town council approval. (Ord. 94 1 (part), 1992)

3.08.080 Bidding procedure. Except as provided in Section 3.08.070 or State law, the purchasing director shall follow the procedure set forth in this section for all purchases and contracts subject to the bidding process:

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE A. A notice of solicitation for bids shall state the date, time and place of opening, and the place and time period within which bids shall be submitted. B. The notice shall state with particularity the goods or services required and shall state the place where specifications may be examined. C. Bids shall be submitted in a sealed envelope clearly identified as a bid on the front of the envelope. Any bid not received within the time period allowed shall be rejected. D. All bids shall be opened in public at the time and place specified, and a tabulation of all bids shall be posted in the town hall for public inspection. The town council shall reserve the right to reject any and all bids and re-advertise. E. All bidders shall be notified in writing of the award or rejection of any and all bids. (Ord. 94 1 (part), 1992) 2. The quality of performance in previous contracts with the town; together with previous and existing compliance with the ordinances of the town; 3. The financial resources and ability of the bidder; 4. The quality, availability and adaptability of the goods or service. B. The purchasing director shall select providers of goods and services without regard to race, color, national origin, ethnicity, religion or creed, sex, handicap, age, marital or familial status as required by the town policy of equal opportunity and non-discrimination. However, unless such preference is determined to be in violation of any federal or state law, the purchasing director shall, as required by the town policy of affirmative action, provide business opportunities to local providers, minority-owned businesses and businesses in which ownership is fifty-one (51) percent female. Local providers shall be entitled to a five percent preference on contracts for goods and services when other factors are deemed equal by the purchasing director. (Ord. 94 1 (part), 1992)

3.08.090 Lowest responsible bidder. A. Unless the council or the purchasing director, as appropriate, shall exercise the right or rejection; all goods and services in an amount in excess of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) shall be awarded to the lowest responsible bidder. In determining the lowest responsible bidder, the council or the purchasing director shall consider: 1. The ability, capacity and skill of the bidder to perform the contract or provide the services required in a timely manner;

3.08.100 Performance bond. The purchasing director shall have the authority to require a performance bond, in such amount as she may deem sufficient, to secure the execution of a contract for construction. (Ord. 94 1 (part), 1992)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 3.08.110 Exclusive service. In the event that there is only one person or entity capable of providing a particular commodity or service, the requirement of this chapter concerning bidding procedures shall not be applicable. (Ord. 94 1 (part), 1992) forms and documentation to carry out the provisions of this chapter. A. Bid Specification Form. The bid specification form shall sate the specifications for the goods or services required as well as the criteria for award of the bid and shall be available for inspection by prospective bidders as of the first publication of the notice of bid. B. Inquiry form. The inquiry form shall be used to document phone, verbal or written bids solicited from suppliers. The inquiry form shall be attached to the requisition form and purchase order form as documentation of the solicitation. C. Notice to Bidders. The notice to bidders shall set forth the goods or services sought, the day, time and place when bids will be opened, the dates and times within which bids will be received, when specifications may be reviewed and where available and such other information as may be required to secure the most advantageous bids. D. Purchase Order Form. The purchase order form shall be completed by the purchasing depanment upon review of a duly authorized requisition form. The purchasing department will submit the purchase order form and requisition form with supporting documentation to the town clerk for review and written approval. E. Requisition Form. The requisition form shall be completed prior to any purchase by those authorized to purchase supplies, materials or services, and shall be reviewed and approved in writing by the department head. The requisition form shall be submitted to the purchasing department to

3.08.120 Professional and technical services. A. The provisions of this chapter shall apply to professional or technical services. However, the purchasing director may utilize a professional or technical services provider with which the town has an ongoing relationship without compliance with the provisions of this chapter unless a regular bidding process is required by a grant provider for the project for which the services are required. B. No person or firm practicing in a professional or technical field for which a license is required by state law shall be engaged by the town unless possessing a current license in good standing. C. Upon engagement, the town shall enter into a written agreement or memorandum of understanding for the performance of the services for which engaged, setting forth the scope of services and the unit or total price therefor. (Ord. 94 1 (part), 1992)

3.08.130 Forms. The purchasing director shall be responsible for the preparation and distribution of

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE review for completeness. (Ord. 94 l (part), 1992) 3.12.050 Acceptance of work completed. 3.12.060 Attestation of contracts by town clerk. * This chapter contains the prior code Article 3-8 created by Ordinance 94. For prior code Article 3-8 pertaining to damages, see Chapter 3.04 of this title. 3.12.010 Scope. This chapter shall govern the formalities regarding all contracts entered into by or on behalf of the town. (Ord. 94 1 (part), 1992)

3.08.140 Purchase orders. A. In General. The purchasing director shall provide forms for purchase orders which shall be used for the purchase of all goods and services for or on behalf of the town. B. Open Purchase Orders. Open purchase orders may be provided by the purchasing director for the routine purchase of regularly supplied. items costing not more than fifty dollars ($50.00) per unit. An open purchase order shall be limited to a single source and shall not be valid for more than one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500.00) in the aggregate. All open purchase orders shall expire at the end of the fiscal year of issuance and the expiration date shall be plainly stated on the face thereof. (Ord. 94 1 (part), 1992)

3.12.020 Contract administrator. The town clerk shall serve as the contact administrator for the town and as such supervise the execution and completion of all contracts entered into by or on behalf of the town. (Ord. 94 1 (part), 1992)

3.12.030 Change orders and amendments. A. No change order shall be approved nor shall any amendment or alteration of any executory contract become effective without the express approval of the contract administrator. Such approval shall be in the form of a rider or written amendment executed by the parties and attached to the original contract. B. The contract administrator shall have the authority to approve a change order in an amount which is the lesser of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) or ten percent of the total contract value without prior approval of the

Chapter 3.12 CONTRACTS* Sections: 3.12.010 Scope. 3.12.020 Contract administrator. 3.12.030 Change orders and amendments. 3.12.040 Request for proposalAmendments.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE council, but shall report such change order to the council at its next regular meeting. C. Any change order, amendment or alteration of any executory contract shall be furnished to the council for its review and, where required, its prior approval. (Ord. 94 1 (part), 1992) contract administration is satisfied that the work has been completed to the satisfaction of the town in accordance with the specifications of the contract and state law. (Ord. 94 1 (part), 1992)

3.12.060 Attestation of contracts by town clerk. All contracts entered into by the town shall be attested by the town clerk and shall not be binding on the town until so attested. The town clerk shall retain the original of all contracts and agreements. (Ord. 94 1 (part), 1992)

3.12.040 Request for proposalAmendments. The town clerk shall present requests for proposals to the council for approval. Upon approval by the council, no change, alteration or amendment shall be allowed without prior approval of the council. (Ord. 94 l (part), 1992)

3.12.050 Acceptance of work completed. A. Notice of Acceptance. When a contracting party providing goods or services to the town makes a request for acceptance by the town of work as completed, the contract administrator shall indicate acceptance on behalf of the town on a form designated for that purpose and shall notify the council of such acceptance. Until the notice of acceptance is issued, no public work completed on behalf of the town shall be considered as the property of the town, and the town shall assume no responsibility therefore.

B. Release of RetainageConditions. The town shall not release any funds due which are held as retainage until the

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Title 4

Reserved

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Ttile 5 5.04.010 License required. It is unlawful for any peddler, solicitor, canvasser, transient merchant, itinerant merchant or itinerant vendor as the same are defined in Section 5.04.020 of this chapter, to engage in such business within the corporate limits of the town without first obtaining a permit and license therefore in compliance with the provisions of this chapter. (Prior code 8-1-1)

BUSINESS LICENSES AND REGULATIONS

Chapters: 5.04 Peddlers, Solicitors and Transient Merchants

Chapter 5.04 PEDDLERS, SOLICITORS AND TRANSIENT MERCHANTS - Sections: 5.04.010 License required. 5.04.020 Defmitions. 5.04.030 Applications. 5.04.040 Investigation of applicant. 5.04.050 Fees. 5.04.060 License to be posted. 5.04.070 Location restrictions. 5.04.080 Undue noise prohibited. 5.04.090 Duty of police officers to enforce. 5.04.100 Revocation. 5.04.110 Notice of hearing and appeal. 5.04.120 Unlawful acts.

5.04.020 Definitions. In this chapter unless the context requires otherwise: A. "Canvasser" or "solicitor" means any individual, whether resident of the town or not, traveling either by foot, wagon, automobile, motor truck, or any other type of conveyance, from place to place, from house to house or from street to street, taking or attempting to take orders for sale of goods, wares and merchandise, personal property of any nature whatsoever for future delivery, or for services to be furnished or performed in the future, whether he is collecting advance payments on such sales or not. Such definition shall include any person who, for himself, or for another person, hires, leases, uses or occupies any building, structure, tent, railroad box car, hotel room, lodging house, apartment, shop or any other place within the town for the sole purpose of exhibiting samples and taking orders for future delivery. B. "Peddler" means any person, whether a resident of the town or not, traveling by

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE foot, wagon, automobile or any other type of conveyance from place to place, from house to house or from street to street, carrying, conveying or transporting goods, wares, merchandise, meats, fish, vegetables, fruits, garden truck farm products or provisions, offering and exposing the same for sale or making sales and delivering articles to purchasers or who, without traveling from place to place, shall sell or offer the same for sale from a wagon, automobile vehicle, railroad car or other vehicle or conveyance. One who solicits orders and as a separate transaction makes delivery to purchasers as a part of the scheme or design to evade the provisions of this chapter shall be deemed a peddler subject to the provisions herein contained. The word "peddler" shall include the words "hawker" and "huckster." C. "Transient merchant," "itinerant merchant" or "itinerant vendor" means any person whether owner or otherwise and whether a resident of the town or not, who engages in a temporary business of selling and delivering goods, wares and merchandise within the town, and who, in furtherance of such purposes, hires, leases, uses or occupies any building, structure, motor vehicle, tent, railroad box car, public room in a hotel, lodging house, apartment, shop, or any street, alley or other place within the town, for the exhibition and sale of such goods, wares and merchandise, either privately or at public auction. Such definition shall not be construed to include any person, firm or corporation who, while occupying such temporary location, does not sell from stock but exhibits samples only for the purpose of securing orders for future delivery only. The person so engaged shall not be relieved from complying with the provisions of this chapter merely by reason of associating temporarily with any local dealer, trader, merchant or auctioneer or by conducting such transient business in connection with, as a part of or in the name of such local dealer, trader, merchant or auctioneer. (Prior code 8-1-2)

5.04.030 Applications. Applicants for permit and license under this chapter must file with the clerk a sworn application in writing, in duplicate, on a form to be furnished by the clerk, which shall give the following information: A. Name and description of the applicant; B. Address, legal and local; C. A brief description of the nature of the business and the goods to be sold, and in the case of products of farm or orchard, whether produced or grown by the applicant; D. If employed, the name and address of the employer, together with credentials establishing the exact relationship; E. The length of time for which the right to do business is desired; F. If a vehicle is to be used, a description of the same together with the license number or other means of identification; G. If a licensed driver, applicant shall display his drivers license and supply all information required therefrom;

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE H. The names of at least two reliable property owners of the town who will certify as to the applicants good character and business responsibility, or, in lieu of the names of references, any other available evidence as to the good character and business responsibility of the applicant as will enable an investigator to properly evaluate such character and business responsibility; I. A statement as to whether or not the applicant has been convicted of any crime, misdemeanor, or violation of any municipal laws, the nature of the offense and the punishment or penalty assessed therefore; J. At the time of filing the application, a fee in an amount as established by resolution of the council shall be paid to the clerk to cover the cost of investigation; K. No license issued hereunder shall be transferable. (Prior code 8-1-3) issued. Such license shall contain the number of the license, the date the same is issued, the nature of the business authorized to be carried on, the amount of the license fee paid, the expiration date of said license, the place where said business may be carried on under said license, and the name of the person authorized to carry on the same. (Prior code 8-1-4)

5.04.050 Fees. The license fees for peddlers, solicitors, canvassers, transient merchants, itinerant merchants and itinerant vendors shall be established by the council from time to time by resolution. (Prior code 8-1-5)

5.04.060 License to be posted. The license issued to the license under this chapter by the clerk shall be posted in a conspicuous place if the licensee is using a vehicle or a building in his business and otherwise must be kept by the person and exhibited at any time upon request. (Prior code 8-1-6)

5.04.040 Investigation of applicant. Upon receipt of such application the clerk shall cause an investigation of such persons business responsibility or moral character to be made as he deems necessary to the protection of the public good. If, as a result of such investigation, the applicants business responsibility and character are found to be unsatisfactory, the application shall be denied. If, as a result of the investigation, the character and business reputation appear to be satisfactory, the clerk shall so certify in writing, and a license shall be issued by the clerk. The clerk shall keep a full record in his office of all licenses

5.04.070 Location restrictions. No licensee under this chapter shall have any exclusive right to any location in the public street. Such license shall not be permitted to maintain a stationary location, nor be within three hundred (300) feet of a public school ground, nor shall he be permitted to operate in any congested area where his operations might impede or

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE inconvenience the public. For the purpose of this chapter, the judgment of a police officer, exercised in good faith, shall be deemed conclusive as to whether the area is congested of the public impeded or inconvenienced. (Prior code 8-1-7) by the clerk after notice and hearing, for any of the following causes: A. Fraud, misrepresentation or false statement contained in the application for license; B. Fraud, misrepresentation or false statement made in the course of carrying on his business; C. Any violation of this chapter; D. Conviction of any crime or misdemeanor involving moral turpitude; E. Conducting business in an unlawful manner or in which a manner as to constitute a breach of the peace or to constitute a menace to the health, safety or general welfare of the public. (Prior code 8-1-10) 5.04.110 Notice of hearing and appeal. A. Notice of the hearing for revocation of license shall be given in writing, setting forth specifically the grounds of complaint and the time and place of the hearing. Such notice shall be mailed, postage prepaid, to the licensee at his last known address at least five days prior to the date set for hearing. B. Any person aggrieved by the denial of an application for license as provided herein, or in a decision with reference to the revocation of a license shall have the right of appeal to the council. Such appeal shall be taken by filing with the council, within fourteen (14) days after notice of the action complained of has been mailed to such persons last known address, a written statement setting forth fully the grounds for

5.04.080 Undue noise prohibited. No licensee, nor any person in his behalf shall shout, make any outcry, blow a horn, ring a bell or use any sound device, including any loud speaking radio or sound amplifying system upon any of the streets, alleys, parks or other public places of the town or upon any private premises of the town where sound of sufficient volume is emitted or produced therefrom to be capable of being plainly heard upon the public thoroughfares for the purpose of attracting attention to any goods, wares or merchandise which such licensee proposes to sell. (Prior code 8-1-8)

5.04.090 Duty of police officers to enforce. It shall be the duty of any police officer of the town to enforce this chapter. The chief of police shall report to the clerk all convictions for violation of this chapter, and the clerk shall maintain a record for each license issued and record the reports of violations therein. (Prior code 8-1-9)

5.04.100 Revocation. Permits and licenses issued under the provisions of this chapter may be revoked

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE the appeal. The council shall set a time and place for a hearing on such appeal and notice of such hearing shall be given to the appellant in the same manner as provided for notice of hearing on revocation. The decision and order of the council on such appeal shall be final and conclusive. (Prior code 8-1-ll)

5.04.120 Unlawful acts. It is unlawful for any peddler in the course of his business to ring a doorbell or knock at any building whereon a sign bearing the words "No Peddlers" or "Day Sleeper" is exposed to public view. It is unlawful for any solicitor, canvasser or transient merchant in the course of his business to ring the doorbell or knock at any building whereon a sign bearing the words "No Solicitors or Canvassers" or "Day S1eeper" is exposed to public view. (Prior code 8-112)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Title 6 Article I. Rules and Regulations 6.04.010 Dangerous animals. It is unlawful to permit any dangerous, vicious animal of any kind to run at large within the town and such animals shall be immediately impounded by the police department. Exhibitions or parades of animals which are ferae naturae in the eyes of the law may be conducted only upon securing a permit from the chief of police. (Prior code 6-1-1)

Chapter 6.04 ANINIALS GENERALLY Sections: Article I. Rules and Regulations 6.04.010 Dangerous animals. 6.04.020 Killing dangerous animals. 6.04.030 Noises. 6.04.040 Swine and other animals. Article H. Impounding 6.04.050 Animal control officerDuty. 6.04.060 Impounding of animals at large. 6.04.070 Notice to owners of impoundment. 6.04.080 Report of impounded animals. 6.04.090 Conditions and duration of impoundment. 6.04.100 Redemption of impounded animals. 6.04.110 Sale of unredeemed animals. 6.04.120 Impounding fees. 6.04.130 Impeding animal control officer. 6.04.140 Biting animals.

6.04.020 Killing dangerous animals. The members of the police department are authorized to kill any dangerous animals of any kind when it is necessary for the protection of any person or property. (Prior code 6-1-2) 6.04.030 Noises. It is unlawful to harbor or keep any animals which disturb the peace by loud noises at any time of the day or night. (Prior code 61-3)

6.04.040 Swine and other animals. It is unlawful to keep any live swine, pigs, fowl, poultry or livestock within the corporate limits of the town. (Prior code 6-1-5)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Article II. Impounding If the owner of any impounded animal, except dogs, shall be known to the animal control officer and shall reside or have a known place of business in the town the animal control officer shall notify the owner of such animal personally or by letter within twenty-four hours after such animal has been taken up and impounded. The notice shall contain a description of the animal and shall state that unless reclaimed, such animal shall be sold at public auction to the highest bidder at the time and place specified in the notice. Copies of the notice shall be posted at the place of impoundment and at the town hall. (Prior code 6-2-3)

6.04.050 Animal control officer-Duty. A. The chief of police or his duly appointed representative is designated animal control officer for the town. B. The animal control officer and his deputies shall be charged with the enforcement of the provisions of this chapter, except as may be otherwise provided by the council. C. The animal control officer shall have the right, with the approval of the council, to appoint such deputy animal control agents as he may deem necessary for the proper carrying on and performance of the work and duties of the animal control officer and any such deputy so appointed is empowered to perform any of the duties of the animal control officer set forth in this chapter. (Prior code 6-2-1)

6.04.080 Report of impounded animals. The animal control officer shall, within twenty-four hours after taking up and impounding any animal, except a dog, make a report to the clerk, stating the kind of animal and describing it by color or otherwise or by any marks or brands that may be on it, and when it was taken up and impounded. (Prior code 6-2-4)

6.04.060 Impounding of animals at large. It shall be the duty of the animal control officer or his deputies to impound all animals found at large, or not in charge of or under the care or control of some person in the streets, alleys or other public places or vacant or unenclosed lots in the town. (Prior code 6-2-2)

6.04.090 Conditions and duration of impoundment. The animal control officer shall provide for the keeping of all animals taken up and impounded by him in at safe, convenient and comfortable place within or conveniently near the town limits and shall feed such animals at least once every twenty-four hours and treat them in a humane manner during the time they are

6.04.070 Notice to owners of impoundment.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE impounded, which shall not be less than five days, unless sooner claimed by the owner, except dogs which shall be kept as provided in this chapter. (Prior code 6-25) deliver the bill of sale to the purchaser. (Prior code 6-2-7)

6.04.120 Impounding fees. The animal control officer shall collect from the owner of animals taken up and impounded and duly claimed by the owner, before delivering any such animals, an impoundment fee for every animal so taken up and in addition thereto a maintenance fee for the care, watering and feeding of any impounded animal. Said fee shall be established from time to time by resolution of the council. All fees collected hereunder shall be turned over to the clerk by the animal control officer and the clerk shall deposit such fees to the general fund of the town. (Prior code 6-2-8)

6.04.100 Redemption of impounded animals. If the owner of any animal other than a dog shall within five days after such animal has been taken up and impounded, apply to the animal control officer and pay the fees and charges provided by this chapter, the animal control officer shall deliver any such animal to the owner. (Prior code 6-2-6)

6.04.110 Sale of unredeemed animals. All animals, other than dogs, taken up and impounded under the provisions of this article which have not been claimed and the fees and charges have not been paid to the town by the owner within five days, shall at the time provided in the notice of sale, be sold by the animal control officer at public auction at the place of impoundment, to the highest cash bidder and he shall immediately pay to the town the proceeds of the sale of any such animals, which proceeds, after deducting therefrom the fees and charges, shall be paid to the owner of the animal if he appears and claims the same within thirty (30) days after the sale, and if not, then the proceeds shall be paid into the general fund of the town. The animal control officer shall execute a bill of sale in favor of the purchaser of such animal and upon payment of the amount bid shall

6.04.130 Impeding animal control officer. It is unlawful for any person to in any manner intervene, impede, prevent, obstruct or intimidate the animal control officer in the discharge of his duties in taking up or attempting to take up and impound any and all animals which it shall be his duty to impound under the provisions of this chapter, or who shall rescue or attempt to rescue any animal so taken up or to release any animal so impounded. (Prior code 6-2-9)

6.04.140 Biting animals. Whenever any animal, except a dog, bites a person, the person so bitten and the owner

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE of the animal shall immediately notify the animal control officer, which shall cause an examination of the animal to be made by a duly licensed physician or a duly licensed veterinarian; and shall order the animal held on the owners premises or shall have it impounded as long as necessary for a complete examination. If it is determined that the animal is infected with rabies or other dangerous, contagious and infectious disease, it shall be the duty of the animal control officer to destroy such animal in as humane a manner as is reasonably possible. If at the end of the quarantine or impoundment, a veterinarian is convinced that the animal is free from such diseases, the animal shall be released. If the animal dies during the period of quarantine or impoundment, its head shall be sent to the state department of health for examination. (Prior code 6-2-10)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE "Owner" means any person owning, keeping, possessing, harboring or maintaining a dog. "Pound" means any establishment authorized by the town for the confinement, maintenance, safekeeping and control of dogs that come into the custody of the animal control officer. "Vaccination" means an anti-rabies vaccination using a type of vaccine approved by the state veterinarian. (Prior code 6-3-1)

Chapter 6.08 DOGS Sections: 6.08.010 Definitions. 6.08.020 Licenses and tags generally. 6.08.030 Vaccination required. 6.08.040 Running at large. 6.08.050 Impoundment. 6.08.060 Rabies control. 6.08.070 Permission if diseased dog is to be moved. 6.08.080 Chief of police may issue proclamation. 6.08.090 Dangerous, vicious or fierce dogs prohibited.

6.08.020 Licenses and tags generally. A. All dogs kept in the town shall be registered as to age, sex, breed, name and address of the owner and name of dog. At the time of such registration the owner shall obtain from the town a license tag for each dog and shall pay a fee for-each dog as set forth by resolution of the council. It shall be the duty of said owner to cause such license tag to be securely attached around the dogs neck and kept there at all times during the license period. Dog licenses shall be issued for a period of one year and shall run from the first day of January in each calendar year to the thirty-first day of December following. B. A guide dog belonging to a blind person who is a resident of the state or any bona fide nonprofit organization which is in the business of breeding, raising or training dogs that are to be used for guiding the blind shall, upon application by the owner or organization to the town and on presentation of proper proof, be vaccinated

6.08.010 Definitions. In this chapter unless the context requires otherwise: "At large" means off the premises of the owner not under the control of the owner, or other persons acting for the owner either by leash, cord, chain or otherwise. "Collar" means a band, chain, harness or suitable device worn around the neck of a dog to which a license may be affixed. "Dog" means a member of the canis familiaris family, male and female.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE and licensed pursuant to this chapter without payment of a fee. C. Any person who counterfeits or attempts to counterfeit an official dog tag or removes such tag from any dog for the purpose of willful and malicious mischief or places a dog tag upon a dog unless the tag was issued to that dog is guilty of a misdemeanor. D. Whenever the ownership of a dog has been changed, the new owner must secure a transfer of license to such owner. A transfer fee shall be charged to transfer any license. E. Dogs while being used for hunting or dogs while being exhibited at American Kennel Club approved shows or dogs whileengaged in races approved by the Arizona Racing Commission and such dogs while being transported to and from such events need not wear a collar or harness with a valid license attached; provided, that they are properly vaccinated and licensed. F. The animal control officer shall apprehend and impound any dog found without a current valid license tag. G. It is unlawful for any person to own, keep, possess or harbor a dog within the town limits unless such dog has been licensed and vaccinated as provided herein. Any person convicted of a violation of this section shall pay a fine of not less than fifteen dollars ($15.00) and not more than three hundred dollars ($300.00). (Prior code 6-3-2) 6.08.030 Vaccination required. A. Before a license is issued for any dog, the owner must present a vaccination certificate signed by a veterinarian stating the owners name and address and giving the dogs description, date of vaccination and type, manufacturer and serial number of the vaccine and date revaccination is due. No dog shall be licensed unless it is vaccinated in accordance with the provisions of this chapter and the regulations promulgated hereunder. B. A dog vaccinated in any other place prior to entry into the town may be licensed in the town provided that at the time of licensing, the owner of such dog presents a vaccination certificate, signed by a veterinarian licensed to practice in that place or a veterinarian employed by a governmental agency in that place, stating the owners name and address and giving the dogs description, date of vaccination and type, manufacturer and serial number of the vaccine used. The vaccination must be in conformity with the provisions of this chapter and the regulations promulgated hereunder. C. The animal control officer shall make provisions for lowcost vaccination clinics as deemed necessary. The vaccination shall be performed by a veterinarian. D. If a dog is impounded and found to s be unvaccinated, the animal control officer is authorized to cause such dog to be vaccinated at the pound at a cost to be borne by the owner. The vaccination shall be performed by a veterinarian, who shall

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE issue a certificate of vaccination. (Prior code 6-3-3) 6.08.050 Impoundment. A. The animal control officer shall apprehend and impound any dog found running at large or without a current valid license tag. B. Immediately after impounding any dog hereunder, it shall be the duty of the animal control officer to enter upon the records of the pound in a book to be kept by him for such purpose the date of impounding, a description of the dog impounded, and a record as to whether or not such dog has been licensed and tagged as required by the provisions of this chapter. Public notice of the impounding of such dog shall be given by posting one copy of the description of such dog and date of impounding at the pound and one copy of such notice in the town hall. C. It shall be the duty of the animal control officer to cause notice to be served by mail upon the registered owner of any licensed dog impounded under the provisions of this chapter, such notice to be mailed at least two days, exclusive of Sundays and holidays, prior to the posting of the notice of impounding. D. Any dog not redeemed by the owner within three days after the posting of notice by the animal control officer shall be disposed of. Persons who desire to redeem or buy a dog may do so by paying the impounding and maintenance fees set forth by resolution of the council. All fees collected hereunder by the animal control officer shall be turned over to the clerk and paid into the general fund of the town by the clerk.

6.08.040 Running at large. A. It is unlawful for any person owning, keeping, possessing, harboring or maintaining a dog to allow or permit such dog to be at large upon the streets, sidewalks, alleys or public property unless such dog is restrained by a leash, chain, rope or cord, of not more than ten feet in length and of sufficient strength to control the action of the dog. A dog is not deemed to be at large: 1. While such dog is actively engaged in dog obedience training, accompanied by and under the control of his owner or trainer, and that such dog is actually enrolled in or has graduated from a dog obedience training school which has been approved by the town enforcement agent; 2. While such dog is being used for hunting purposes; 3. While such dog is being exhibited at an American Kennel Club approved show; 4. While such dog is engaged in races approved by the Arizona Racing Commission. B. It is unlawful for any person to allow or permit any dog to run at large upon or about the private premises of any person who has not granted permission therefore. (Prior code 6-3-4)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE E. All dogs taken up and impounded shall be governed by the provisions of this chapter, and if such dogs are killed, the body shall be removed at least one mile from the town limits and two hundred (200) yards from any residence or traveled road and there buried. The animal control officer shall report the number of dogs so killed and removed under his supervision at least once a month to the clerk. (Prior code 6-35) 6.08.070 Permission if diseased dog is to be moved. It is unlawful for any person knowing or suspecting a dog that has rabies to allow such dog to be taken off his premises or beyond the limits of the town without the written permission of the animal control officer. Every owner or other person upon ascertaining a dog is rabid shall immediately notify the animal control officer and such dog shall be either immediately killed or removed to the pound. (Prior code 6-3-7)

6.08.060 Rabies control. A. Whenever a dog bites any person the incident shall be reported to the town animal control officer immediately by any person having direct knowledge. B. Any dog that bites any person shall be quarantined and impounded at a veterinary hospital for a period of not less than seven days at the expense of the owner. C. If it is determined that the dog is infected with rabies or any other dangerous, contagious and infectious disease, it shall be the duty of the animal control officer to destroy such dog in as humane a manner as is reasonably possible. If at the end of the quarantine or impoundment, a veterinarian is convinced that the dog is free from such diseases, the dog shall be released. If the dog dies during the period of quarantine or impoundment, its head shall be sent to the state department of health for examination. (Prior code 6-3-6)

6.08.080 Chief of police may issue proclamation. Whenever it becomes necessary to safeguard the public from the dangers of hydrophobia, or other disease, the chief of police, if he deems it necessary, shall issue a proclamation ordering every person owning or keeping a dog to confine it securely on its premises, unless such dog shall have a muzzle of sufficient strength to prevent its biting any person or thing. Any un-muzzled dog running at large during the time of the proclamation shall be seized and impounded unless noticeably infected with rabies. All dogs noticeably infected with rabies and all unlicensed dogs at large during the period of such proclamation shall be immediately killed upon being apprehended. (Prior code 6-3-8)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 6.08.090 Dangerous, vicious or fierce dogs prohibited. It is unlawful for the owner of a dog of dangerous, vicious or fierce propensities to allow it to run at large on the premises of the owner unless a sign be posted in a conspicuous place at the entrance to the premises advising the public of the nature of the dog maintained therein. (Prior code 6-3-9)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Title 8 HEALTH AND SAFETY Chapters: 8.04 Fire Prevention Code 8.08 Garbage Collection and Disposal 8.12 Litter 8.16 Smoking in Government Buildings or Vehicles

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Chapter 8.04 FIRE PREVENTION CODE Sections: 8.04.010 Adoption. 8.04.020 Fire district. 8.04.030 Explosives. Chapter 8.08 GARBAGE COLLECTION AND DISPOSAL Sections: Article I. General 8.08.010 Definitions., 8.08.020 Award of contract. 8.04.010 Adoption. That certain code entitled "Fire Prevention Code," 1970 Edition, copyrighted by the American Insurance Association, is adopted as the fire prevention code of the town and made a part of this chapter the same as though said code was specifically set forth in full in this section; and, at least three copies of said code shall be filed in the office of the clerk and kept available for public use and inspection. (Prior code Art. 4-3) 8.08.030 Collection agency. 8.08.040 Collection hours. 8.08.050 Rates and rules.

Article II. Preparation of Refuse for Collection 8.08.060 Preparation of refuse. 8.08.070 Placement for collection. 8.08.080 Lids and covers.

8.04.020 Fire district. The entire incorporated area of the town is established as a fire district to be known as fire zone three. (Prior code Art. 7-10)

8.08.090 Use of containers.

Article III. Other Methods of Garbage and Trash Removal 8.08.100 Vehicles and receptacles to be spill proof. 8.08.110 Spilled refuse. 8.08.120 Dumping refuse Unlawful.

8.04.030 Explosives. It is unlawful for any person within the limits of the town to blast, or use powder, fireworks or other explosives without a permit from the chief of police in writing. (Prior code l0-1-5)

Article IV. Sanitary Landfill 8.08.130 Landfill established.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 8.08.140 Landfill regulations. insurance in such sums as shall be fixed by resolution. (Prior code 9-1-2)

Article I . General 8.08.030 Collection agency. 8.08.010 Definitions. In this chapter unless the context requires otherwise: "Garbage" means all putrescible wastes, except sewage and body wastes, including all organic wastes that have been prepared for, or intended to be used as, food or have resulted from the preparation of food, including all such substances from all public and private establishments and residences. "Refuse" means all garbage and trash. "Trash" means all non-putrescible wastes. (Prior code 9-1-1) The town, or other collectors authorized by the town, shall collect all refuse within the town. No person, except as provided in this chapter, shall collect or gather refuse within the town. (Prior code 9-1-3)

8.08.040 Collection hours. The hours of collection of refuse shall be designated by the council. (Prior code 9-14)

8.08.050 Rates and rules. The council shall from time to time fix the rates and classifications for garbage and trash collection within the town and shall make such other rules and regulations as may be necessary to properly administer and enforce this chapter. (Prior code 9-1-5)

8.08.020 Award of contract. The council may by resolution award a contract for the collection and disposal of garbage, swill, refuse and waste matter to any person which the council believes best qualified and equipped to perform the work. The contract shall require the contractor to collect, remove and dispose of garbage, swill, refuse and waste matter in the town in accordance with such regulations as may be prescribed by the council. It shall require the contractor to carry workmens compensation insurance and property damage and public liability

Article H. Preparation of Refuse for Collection 8.08.060 Preparation of refuse. No owner, tenant, lessee or occupant of e any pubic or private premises shall permit to accumulate upon his premises any garbage, domestic waste or commercial refuse except in approved type galvanized

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE or other non-corrodible metal receptacles with close, tight-fitting lids and must be of adequate capacity not to exceed thirty (30) gallons, and provided in sufficient number to hold all garbage, waste or refuse that accumulates between collections. The lids shall be in place at all times except when refuse is being deposited or removed therefrom. It shall be unlawful for any person to dump or deposit, or cause to be dumped or deposited any garbage in any receptacle not owned or maintained by him. Rubbish shall be neatly piled or bundled and placed at a point easily accessible to the collection service. Tree trunks, limbs and other foliage waste shall be cut in lengths not to exceed five feet, and be not over seventy-five (75) pounds in weight. The town will collect discarded appliances from dwelling premises that two persons can readily lift into a truck. The customer shall remove or cause to be removed all other appliances, vehicles or equipment classed as refuse from their premises or the public right-of-way. All owners, contractors and builders of structures shall, upon the completion of any structure, gather up and haul away, at their sole cost and expense, all refuse of every nature, description or kind, which -has resulted from the building of such structure, including all lumber scraps, shingles, plaster, brick, stone, concrete and other building material, and shall place the lot and all nearby premises utilized in such construction in a sightly condition. Residential customers may dispose of small amounts of building materials from time to time, providing it is placed in a container as described above and contains no concrete, masonry or soil. (Ord. 87, 1991: prior code 9-2-1) 8.08.070 Placement for collection. A. All refuse prepared for collection shall be placed at the rear of the lot, at the edge of the alley, and in an easily accessible manner, providing such alley exists and is used as a refuse collection route. Where alleys do not exist or are not open for refuse service, refuse shall be set at the back of the street curb on the sidewalk or parkway. All containers and piles of refuse shall be so located as to not block the alley, sidewalk, or gutter, or otherwise be a hazard to pedestrian or vehicular traffic. B. When necessary to set containers at the front curb, they may be set out after six p.m. of the day preceding regular collection and shall be removed from the curb by six a.m. of the day after collection. (Prior code 9-22)

8.08.080 Lids and covers. The lids or covers of all containers shall at all times be kept secure so that flies and other insects may not have access to the contents, and shall only be removed while the containers and receptacles are being filled, emptied or cleaned. (Prior code 9-23)

8.08.090 Use of containers. It is unlawful for any person to deposit, or cause to be deposited, any refuse in any container that he does not own or is not entitled to use as a tenant. (Prior code 9-24)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Article III. Other Methods of Garbage and Trash Removal forth in this article or which may hereafter be adopted. (Prior code 9-5-1)

8.08.100 Vehicles and receptacles to be spillproof. It is unlawful for any person to haul or cause to be hauled on or along any public street in the town any garbage, unless such garbage is contained in strong watertight vehicles or vehicles with watertight receptacles, constructed to prevent any such garbage from falling, leaking, or spilling and any odor from escaping. (Prior code 9-3-1)

8.08.140 Landfill regulations. A. It is unlawful for any person to dump or deposit any refuse, garbage, waste paper or debris of any kind within the confines of the towns sanitary landfill facility, except at such time and place as shall be designated by posted signs located within the sanitary landfill facility. B. Except for purposes and under conditions as described in subsection A of this section, it is unlawful for any person to enter within the confines of the sanitary landfill facility, unless such person shall be an employee or agent of the town, or shall have received written permission signed by the manager. C. It is unlawful for any person to remove from the sanitary landfill facility any article of salvage, or to engage in the business of salvage of the said facility, except upon written authorization approved by the manager. D. The sanitary landfill facility shall be operated in accordance with accepted sanitary landfill procedures under the direction of the manager and in such manner as to satisfy and not violate any statutes, ordinances, resolutions or regulations of the state of Arizona or any political subdivision thereof, including but not limited to those statutes, ordinances, resolutions or regulations relating to public health and safety.

8.08.110 Spilled refuse. Any person hauling any refuse along the streets of the town shall immediately replace in the conveyance used for such hauling any refuse which may fall upon any street. (Prior code 9-3-2)

8.08.120 Dumping refuse-Unlawful. It is unlawful for any person to place or cause to be placed any refuse upon any public or private property within the town, except as specifically permitted in this chapter. (Prior code 9-3-3)

Article IV. Sanitary Landfill 8.08.130 Landfill established. There is established for public use a sanitary landfill facility, subject to all regulations set

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE E. The council shall by resolution establish the hours and days of operation of the sanitary landfill facility, set fees for its use by the public, and adopt other regulations as needed from time to time. (Prior code 95-2) street cleanings, dead animals, abandoned automobiles, and solid market and industrial waste; any deposit, accumulation, pile, or heap of brush, grass, debris, weeds, cans, cloth, paper, wood, rubbish or other unsightly or unsanitary matter of any kind whatsoever; and any growth of weeds, brush, grass, or other vegetable growth to a height of over six inches. "Private premises" means any dwelling, house, building, or other structure, designed or used either wholly or in part for private residential purposes, whether inhabited or temporarily or continuously uninhabited or vacant, and shall include any yard, grounds, walk, driveway, porch, steps or vestibules belonging or appurtenant to such dwelling, house, building or other structures. "Public place" means any and all streets, sidewalks, boulevards, alleys, or other public ways, and any and all public parks, squares, spaces, grounds and buildings. (Prior code 9-4-1)

Chapter 8.12 LITTER Sections: 8.12.010 Definitions. 8.12.020 Litter on private property 8.12.030 Owner to maintain premises. 8.12.040 Procedure to compel removal of litter. 8.12.050 Notice to remove. 8.12.060 Service of notice. 8.12.070 Appeal to council. 8.12.080 Removal by town. 8.12.090 Lien for removal. 8.12.100 Placement of debris.

8.12.020 Litter on private property. No person shall throw or deposit litter on any occupied or unoccupied private property within the town, whether owned by such person or not, except that the owner or person in control of private property may maintain authorized private receptacles for collection in such a manner that litter will be prevented from being carried or deposited by the elements upon any public place. (Prior code 9-4-2)

8.12.010 Definitions. In this chapter unless the context requires otherwise: "Litter" means any rubbish, trash, weeds, filth and debris which shall constitute a hazard to public health and safety and shall include all putrescible and non-putrescible solid wastes including garbage, trash, ashes,

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 8.12.030 Owner to maintain premises. The owner or person in control of any private property shall at all times maintain the premises free of litter; provided, however, that this section shall not prohibit the storage of litter in authorized private receptacles for collection. (Prior code 9-43) prior to the date of compliance on the notice. Such notice shall be received not less than thirty (30) days before the date set thereon for compliance, and shall contain an estimate of the cost of removal by the town and a statement that unless the person owning or controlling such property complies therewith within thirty (30) days from the date such written notice is received that the town will, at the expense of the person owning or controlling said property, perform the necessary work at a cost not to exceed the estimate given in the notice, and that such person may appeal in writing to the council within thirty (30) days from the date the notice is received by him and prior to the date of compliance. (Prior code 9-45)

8.12.040 Procedure to compel removal of litter. The manager shall enforce the provisions of Sections 8.12.020 and 8.12.030 of this chapter by prosecuting violators of said sections in the Hayden magistrates court pursuant to the criminal provisions of this code. If such prosecution fails to secure compliance with the provisions of said sections, or in the event of inability to prosecute violators by reason of failure to secure jurisdiction over their persons, the manager shall compel the removal of litter by the procedure outlined in Sections 8.12.050 through 8.12.090 of this chapter. (Prior code 9-4-4) 8.12.050 Notice to remove. To compel the removal of litter through ` the provisions-of this section and of Sections 8.12.060 through 8.12.090 of this chapter, if a person owning or controlling any property fails, neglects or refuses to remove or properly dispose of litter located on property owned or controlled by such person, he shall be given written notice by the manager to remove all litter from such property within thirty (30) days from the date the notice was received by him, and

8.12.060 Service of notice. Notice shall be personally served on the owner or person controlling such property, by a police officer of the town in the manner provided in Rule 4(d) of the Arizona Rules of Civil Procedure, or mailed to the owner or person controlling such property at his last known address by certified or registered mail, or the address to which the tax bill for the property was last mailed. If the owner does not reside on such property, a duplicate notice shall also be sent to him by certified or registered mail at his last known address. (Prior code 9-4-6)

8.12.070 Appeal to council. Prior to the date set for compliance on the notice, the owner or person controlling such

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE property may appeal in writing to the council from the demand of the manager. The council shall, at its next regular meeting after receiving the appeal, hear and determine the same and the decision of the council shall be final. The council may either affirm or reverse the decision of the manager or modify the scope of the work as required in the notice. (Prior code 9-4-7) statement. If an appeal is not filed with the manager within such thirty-day period, then the amount of the assessment as determined by the manager shall become final and binding. If an appeal is taken, the council shall, at its next regular meeting, hear and determine the appeal and may affirm the amount of the assessment, modify the amount thereof, or determine that no assessment at all shall be made. The decision of the council shall be final and binding on all persons. (Prior code 9-4-8)

8.12.080 Removal by town. When any such person to whom notice, as provided in this chapter, has been given, and on or before the date of compliance on the notice, or within such further time as may have been granted by the council on appeal, fails, neglects or refuses to move from such property any or all litter, the manager is authorized and directed to cause same to be removed and disposed of at the expense of the owner or person controlling such property. Upon completion of the work, the manager shall prepare a verified statement of account of the actual cost of such removal or abatement, the date the work was completed, and the street address and the legal description of the property on which said work was done, including five percent for additional inspection and other incidental costs in connection therewith, and shall serve a duplicate copy of such verified statement upon the person owning or controlling such property in the manner prescribed in Section 8.12.060 of this chapter. The owner or person controlling such property shall have thirty (30) days from the date of service upon him to appeal in writing to the council from the amount of the assessment as contained in the verified

8.12.090 Lien for removal. If no appeal is taken from the amount of the assessment, or if an appeal is taken and the council has affirmed or modified the amount of the assessment, the original assessment or the assessment as so modified shall be recorded in the office of the county recorder and from the date of its recording, shall be a lien on said lot or tract of land until paid. Such liens shall be subject and inferior to the lien for general taxes and to all prior recorded mortgages and encumbrances of record. A sale of the property to satisfy a lien obtained under the provisions of this section shall be made upon judgment of foreclosure or order of sale. The town shall have the right to bring an action to enforce the lien in the superior court at any time after the recording of the assessment, but failure to enforce the lien by such action shall not affect its validity. The recorded assessment shall be prima facie evidence of the truth of all matters recited therein, and of the regularity of all proceedings prior to the recording thereof. A prior assessment for the purposes

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE provided in this section shall not be a bar to a subsequent assessment or assessments for such purposes, and any number of liens on the same lot or tract of land may be enforced in the same action. (Prior code 94-9) may be hazardous to health and represents an annoyance which should be regulated and limited in all town facilities to the end that air quality in all such facilities be improved for the preservation and improvement of the health of all town employees and the public. B. Therefore, in furtherance of this object, and consistent with the following criteria and guidelines, each town department shall, within ninety (90) days from the adoption of the ordinance codified in this chapter, develop and adopt, and thereafter maintain, a policy to control smoking within its workplaces. C. Nothing in these sections shall be construed to require the town or any individual department of the town to make structural changes or other physical modifications to existing facilities. (Ord. 96 l, 1994)

8.12.100 Placement of debris. Any person, firm or corporation who shall place any rubbish, trash, filth or debris upon any private or public property not owned or under the control of said person, firm or corporation shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and, in addition to any fine which may be imposed for violation of any provision of this section, shall be liable for all costs which may be assessed pursuant to this chapter for the removal of said rubbish, trash, filth or debris. (Prior code 9-4-10)

Chapter 8.16 SMOKING IN GOVERNMENT BUH.DINGS OR VEHICLES Sections: 8.16.010 Policy. 8.16t020 Smoking defined. 8.16.030 Objectives. 8.16.040 Criteria and guidelines. 8.16.030 Objectives. A. The objections of this chapter are to control smoking, to the extent any employee may have an environment in which to work that is unpolluted by tobacco smoke. 8.16.020 Smoking defined. "Sm0king" means and includes the smoke of a pipe, cigar, cigarette or any other like substances, lighting such a substance, and/or carrying a burning pipe, cigar, cigarette or like substance of any kind. (Ord. 96 2, 1994)

8.16.010 Policy. A. The town council finds and declares that inhaling the smoke generated by smokers

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE B. To the greatest extent possible, the rights and comfort of all employees shall be respected. Reasonable effort shall be made to provide smokers a place to smoke. (Ord. 96 3, 1994) B. The following shall be designated as segregated areas, with smoking sections, unless there is clear and convincing evidence to support an exception. Each section shall be contiguous. The smoking section shall be in proximity to the returnair inlet of the air-conditioning system wherever possible. 1. Larger (more than five hundred (500) square feet) lounges or eating areas, with no less than fifty (50).percent of the area dedicated to no smoking and shall be so posted with appropriate signing; 2. Common or shared work areas, with the proviso that there be an area unpolluted by smoke for employees who so desire. C. A private office, fully enclosed by walls or partitions no less than six and one-half feet high, may be designated as smoking by the occupant. D. The police department shall also comply with the above guidelines, to the extent possible. It is recognized, however, that special problems, particularly custodial, exist. The chief of police may, therefore, modify and/or extend such guidelines as may be essential to the departmental operations. E. The general public shall conform to these rules wherever applicable. F. Resolution of conflicts shall be a departmental responsibility.

8.16.040 Criteria and guidelines. A. The following shall be designated as "no smoking" areas: 1. During such use, any room being utilized for a conference, meeting, interview, training or similar usage, unless all participants agree that smoking will be allowed; 2. Restrooms which are primarily for use of employees; 3. Small (five hundred (500) square feet or less) waiting rooms or other public areas; 4. Kitchens; 5. Computer rooms; 6. Copy rooms; 7. Small (five hundred (500) square feet or less) eating areas or lounges, unless all occupants approve; 8. Storage rooms containing hazardous material or sensitive machinery or equipment; 9. "Inner," nonpublic hallways; 10. Town vehicles, unless there are no passengers or all occupants approve of smoking.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE l. Departmental policy shall include a method to resolve problems within the department. 2. The resolution of conflicts shall be based on reasonable accommodation for smokers and nonsmokers, and shall include the expectation that all employees will demonstrate a cooperative attitude and a willingness to compromise in order to maintain harmonious working relationships. 3. The right to breathe air unpolluted by smoke shall be a primary determinant in resolving a conflict. 4. Any department may request technical assistance from the chief administrative office, environmental health and safety section to evaluate and make recommendations regarding reasonable accommodation efforts. G. Enforcement of the departmental policy shall be the responsibility of each department. H. Signs denoting no smoking areas shall be posted as deemed necessary for effective compliance with stated policy. I. Notification of the departmental policy shall be made to all employees as soon as adopted and to all new employees at the time of hire. (Ord. 96 4, 1994)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 9. PUBLIC PEACE MORALS AND WELFARE

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Title 9 PUBLIC PEACE, MORALS AND WELFARE Chapters: 9.04 Offenses Against Public Peace and Decency 9.08 Offenses Pertaining to Property ,,A, 9.12 Curfew 9.16 Weapons A

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Chapter 9.04 OFFENSES AGAINST PUBLIC PEACE AND DECENCY Sections: 9.04.010 False or misleading reports to police. 9.04.020 Loitering. 9.04.030 Noise. 9.04.040 Offensive business. 9.04.050 Prostitution. 9.04.060 Spitting. 9.04.010 False or misleading reports to police. It is unlawful for any person willfully to make to the police department of the town any false, fraudulent, misleading or unfounded report or statement, or willfully to misrepresent any fact for the purpose of interfering with the operation of the police department or with the intention of misleading any police officer. (Prior code 10-1-6) business to its customers. (Ord. 102 2 (part), 1995; prior code 10-1-10)

9.04.030 Noise. A. It is declared to be a public nuisance and it is unlawful for any person, firm, or corporation owning or operating or in control of any restaurant, hotel, dance hall, show, store, or any place of public amusement, entertainment or accommodation, to play or permit to be played any music or musical instrument or instruments whether played by individuals, orchestra, radio, phonograph, music box, or other mechanical device or means in such a loud or unusual manner as to be offensive to the senses, or so as to disturb the slumbers, peace and quiet, or otherwise interfere with or annoy the comfortable enjoyment of life or property of any considerable number of persons in the neighborhood, and is no less a nuisance because the extent of the annoyance inflicted is unequal. B. It is unlawful to play, operate or use any device known as a sound truck, loud speaker or sound amplifier, radio or phonograph with loud speaker or sound amplifier or any instrument of any kind or character which emits loud and raucous noises and is attached to and upon any vehicle. C. It is unlawful for any person to operate a motor vehicle which shall not at all times be equipped with a muffler upon the exhaust thereof in good working order and in constant operation to prevent excessive or unusual noise and it is unlawful for any

9.04.020 Loitering. It is unlawful for any person to interfere individually or collectively with free enjoyment of property by the owners thereof; or interfere with the conduct of any lawful business by obstructing entrance to such business or by obstructing free passage of persons or merchandise or commodities within such place of business, or by obstructing service rendered by such

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE person operating any motor vehicle to use a cut-out, by-pass or similar muffler elimination appliance. (Ord. 102 2 (part), 1995; prior code 10-1-12) Chapter 9.08 OFFENSES PERTAINING TO PROPERTY Sections: 9.08.010 Dangerous constructions. 9.04.040 Offensive business. It is unlawful for any person to establish or maintain any slaughterhouse or make a practice of slaughtering cattle, hogs, sheep, or any other kind of animal, or establish or maintain any soap factory, render tallow, or pursue, maintain, or carry on any other business or occupation offensive to the senses or prejudicial to the public health within the limits of the town. (Prior code 10-1-15) 9.08.020 Damage to property. 9.08.030 Deposits of injurious material on thoroughfares. 9.08.040 Excavations to be covered. 9.08.050 Library regulations. 9.08.060 Littering. 9.08.070 Obstruction of streets. 9.08.080 Obstruction of view. 9.08.090 Offensive premises. 9.04.050 Prostitution. It is unlawful for any person to practice prostitution or to solicit any person to visit or patronize a prostitute or place of prostitution. (Prior code 10-1-17) 9.08.100 Searchlights. 9.08.110 Signs and banners. 9.08.120 WaterFlow upon streets prohibited.

9.04.060 Spitting. It is unlawful for any person to spit upon any of the public sidewalks or crosswalks in the town or upon any public path, by-way or highway or in or on any public ground or park in the town, or upon the floor or interior of any public building in the town. (Prior code 10-1-20)

9.08.010 Dangerous constructions. It is unlawful for any person to maintain or allow any signs, billboards, awnings, and other similar structures over or near streets, sidewalks, public grounds or places frequented by the public, so situated or constructed as to endanger the public safety. (Prior code 10-1-1)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 9.08.020 Damage to property. A. It is unlawful for any person to damage in any manner or attempt to damage or tamper with any pipe lines, water hydrants, street lamps or lights, or the fixtures and appliances thereunto belonging upon any of the poles or other objects for use in connection with the lighting of the streets of the town or any water pipes, hydrants or any appliances pertaining to the water or sewer works, or any other property of any and every character belonging to the town. B. It is unlawful for any person to deface, walk, ride, or drive upon or over any sidewalk or street crossing composed of or containing cement, during the construction thereof, or before the same is thrown open to public use. C. It is unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to damage in any manner any road, street or bridge in the town limits by using the same, by heavy vehicles, malicious destruction, or by any act that will result in damage to any such road, street or bridge. D. It is unlawful to break or destroy any window, door or part of any dwelling owned or occupied by another or to break or sever from any premises owned or occupied by another any gate, fence, railing, tree, brush or vine or any property whatsoever, or to deface, mutilate or injure the same. E. It is unlawful for any person within the town to throw stones or other missiles at railroad trains; or to let off the brakes of railroad cars standing on side tracks or tamper with the couplings of railroad cars, or to uncouple cars standing on railroad tracks, or to uncouple the air hose of the air brake system on railroad cars; or to remove, tamper with or break switch lamps or other signals set to control the movements of trains, or to jump on or off moving trains, or to throw refuse upon or in any way litter the depot or station grounds of any railroad. (Prior code 10-1-2)

9.08.030 Deposits of injurious material on thoroughfares. It is unlawful for any person, either willfully and maliciously or carelessly and negligently to drop, throw, place or scatter upon any street, alley, sidewalk or public place in the town any nails, tacks, broken glass, glass bottles, or any instrument or thing whatsoever of such nature as to be capable of injuring persons or property. (Prior code 10-1-3)

9.08.040 Excavations to be covered. A. Any person who makes any excavation or digs any hole, drain or ditch in any highway or thoroughfare in the town without providing a sufficient light at night and a temporary fence or suitable obstruction around or in front of such excavation during the day is guilty of a misdemeanor. B. Any person who maintains a well, cellar, pit or other excavation of more than two feet in depth on any unenclosed lot, without substantial curbing, covering or protection

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Prior code 101-4) 9.08.070 Obstruction of streets. It is unlawful for any person to obstruct any public street or alley, sidewalk or park or other public grounds within the town by committing any act of, or doing anything which is injurious to the health, or indecent or offensive to the senses, or to do in or upon any such streets, alleys, sidewalks, parks or other public grounds, any act or thing which is an obstruction or interference to the free use of property or with any business lawfully conducted by anyone, in or upon, of facing or fronting on any such streets, alleys, sidewalks, parks, or other public grounds in the town. (Prior code 10-1-13)

9.08.050 Library regulations. A. It is unlawful to give a fictitious or incorrect name or address at the public library in order to borrow library materials or to practice deceit of any kind whatsoever, by concealing or misleading in respect to identity, address or place of employment. B. It is unlawful for any person to mar, deface, mutilate or in any way injure any book, paper, periodical, newspaper the property of or contained in any public library, and any property, real or personal, or any furniture or fixtures contained in the public library of the town. C. It is unlawful to retain any book, newspaper, magazine, pamphlet, manuscript or other property belonging in or to or on deposit with the town library for a period exceeding twenty-one (21) days after notification that the book is overdue. Such notice will be sent by first class mail to the borrowers address on tile with the library and shall bear on its face a copy of this section. (Prior code 10-1-8)

9.08.080 Obstruction of view. It is unlawful for any person to maintain or allow any tree, hedge, billboard, or other obstructions which prevent persons driving vehicles on public streets, alleys or highways from obtaining a clear view of traffic when approaching an intersection or pedestrian crosswalk. (Prior code 10-1-14)

9.08.090 Offensive premises. It is unlawful for any person to suffer, or permit any premises belonging to or occupied by him, or any cellar, privy, vault, pool, sewer, or private drain therein to become nauseous, foul, or offensive to the senses or prejudicial to the public health or comfort. (Prior code 10-1-16)

9.08.060 Littering. It is unlawful for any person to throw or deposit any litter in or upon any street, alley, public grounds, school grounds or church grounds. (Prior code 10-1-9)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 9.08.100 Searchlights It is unlawful for any person to operate within the town any incandescent or arc type searchlight, beacon light or similar lighting device designed to and capable of projecting a beam of light into the sky for a distance in excess of one-half mile unless permission is obtained from the council. The provisions of this section shall not apply to emergency searchlights or beacons operated pursuant to public authority. (Prior code 10-1-18) failure or neglect to properly operate or maintain any irrigation structure, delivery ditch, or waste ditch in which said person has a vested right or interest or through the willful or negligent failure of said person to accept irrigation water after it has been ordered by him. (Prior code 10-1-21)

Chapter 9.12 CURFEW Sections:

9.08.110 Signs and banners. It is unlawful for any person to place any banner or sign upon any street light pole, traffic signal pole or utility pole within the city without first obtaining authorization from the council. (Prior code 10-1-19)

9.12.010 Minors.

9.12.010.. Minors. It is unlawful for any person under the age of seventeen (17) years to idle or loiter upon the streets or public places of the town between the hours of ten p.m. and daylight of the next morning unless such person is accompanied by a parent, guardian or some person of lawful age having legal custody of such person. It is unlawful for any parent, guardian, or other adult person having the care and custody of such person to encourage or allow such person to idle or loiter upon the streets or public places between the hours of ten p.m. and daylight of the next morning unless accompanied by such parent or guardian. The provisions of this section shall not apply when the person is upon an emergency errand or legitimate business directed by his or her parent, guardian or other adult person having the care and custody of the person. It shall not constitute a defense that such parent or guardian did not have knowledge of the

9.08.120 WaterFlow upon streets prohibited. A. It is unlawful for any person to willfully or negligently permit or cause the escape or flow of water in such quantity as to cause flooding, or to impede vehicular or pedestrian traffic, to create a hazardous condition to such traffic, or to cause damage to the public streets of the town. B. It is unlawful for any person to willfully or negligently permit or cause the escape or flow of irrigation water in such quantity as to cause flooding, to impede vehicular or pedestrian traffic, to create a hazardous condition to such traffic, or to cause damage to the public streets of the town through the

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE presence of the minor upon any of the streets, alleys or public places in the town in violation of this section. (Prior code 10- l -1 l) . authorized by the laws of the state under or within rights guaranteed by the constitution of the state or the United States of America. C. A person, except a peace officer in actual service and discharge of his duty, who has concealed on or about his person a weapon is guilty of a misdemeanor. l. "Weapon" as used in this section means anything readily capable of lethal use and possessed under circumstances not manifestly appropriate for lawful uses which it may have. The term "weapon" includes a firearm which is not loaded or lacks a clip or other component to render it immediately operable, and components which can readily be assembled into a weapon. 2. A weapon is not a concealed weapon as used in this section if: a. It is carried in a belt holster which holster is wholly or partially visible, or is carried in a scabbard or case designed for carrying weapons which scabbard or case is wholly or partially visible; b. It is located in a closed trunk, luggage or glove compartment of a motor vehicle. D. It is unlawful for any person to recklessly or carelessly handle a weapon.

Chapter 9.16 WEAPONS Sections: 9.16.010 General.

9.16.010 General. A. It is unlawful for any person within the limits of the town to fire or discharge any firearm, BB gun, air gun, pellet gun, dart gun, slingshot, gas-operated gun or other similar gun or instrument. B. The prohibitions of the preceding subsection shall not apply to the use of any such gun or instrument by: 1. A law enforcement officer or other duly authorized public official or employee in the performance of any official duty; 2. Any person to whom a license, permit or authority is issued by the chief of police of the town for the use of such gun or instrument for a valid and proper purpose and for use in a manner not likely to harm any person, animal or property; 3. Any person when used only for the necessary protection of property, habitation or person in a manner

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE E. Any person other than a peace officer on duty carrying a weapon, upon entering any public place or attending a public event, may be required by the operator of the establishment or the sponsor of the event to remove his weapon and place it in the custody of the operator of the establishment or the sponsor of the event. F. It is unlawful for any person to sell or give to a minor under the age of eighteen (18) years, without written consent of the minors parent or legal guardian, a weapon, ammunition or toy pistol by which dangerous and explosive substances may be discharged. (Prior code 10-l-22)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Title 10 VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC Chapters: 10.04 General Provisions and Administration 10.08 Traffic Control Regulations 10.12 Through Streets and One-Way Streets Designated 10.16 Pedestrians 10.20 Stopping, Standing and Parking 10.24 Bicycles

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Chapter 10.04 GENERAL PROVISIONS AND ADMINISTRATION Sections: 10.04.010 Definitions. 10.04.020 Traffic division-Established. 10.04.030 Traffic divisionDuty. 10.04.040 Records of traffic violations. 10.04.050 Traffic division to investigate accidents. 10.04.060 Traffic accident studies. 10.04.070 Traffic accident reports. 10.04.080 Annual traffic safety report. 10.04.090 Obedience to traffic regulations. 10.04.100 Emergency and experimental regulations. "Curb loading zone" means a space adjacent to a curb reserved for the exclusive use of vehicles during the loading or unloading of passengers or materials. "Freight curb loading zone" means a space adjacent to a curb for the exclusive use of vehicles during the loading or unloading of freight or passengers. "Official time standard" means whenever certain hours are named herein they shall mean standard time or daylight-saving time as may be in current use in this town. "Passenger curb loading zone" means a place adjacent to. a reserved for the exclusive use of vehicles during the loading or unloading of passengers. "Traffic division" means the traffic division of the police department of this town, or in the event a traffic division is not established, then said term whenever used herein shall be deemed to refer to the police department of the town. (Prior code 11-11)

10.04.010 Definitions. In this chapter unless the context requires otherwise: "Authorized emergency vehicle" means vehicles of the tire department, police vehicles, and such ambulances and emergency vehicles of municipal departments or public service corporations as are designated or authorized by the marshal. "Commercial vehicle" means every vehicle designed, maintained or used primarily for the transportation of property.

10.04.020 Traffic division-Established. There is established in the police department of the town a traffic division to be under the control of an officer of the police department appointed by and directly responsible to the chief of police. (Prior code 11-1-2)

10.04.030 Traffic divisionDuty. It shall be the duty of the traffic division to provide for the enforcement of the street

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE traffic regulations of the town and all of the state vehicle laws applicable to street traffic in the town, to make arrests for traffic violations, to investigate accidents and to cooperate with the police officers of the town in the administration of the traffic laws and to assist in developing ways and means to improve traffic conditions and to carry out all duties specially imposed upon the traffic division by this chapter. (Prior code 11-1-3) D. All records and reports shall be public records. (Prior code 11-1-4)

10.04.050 Traffic division to investigate accidents. It shall be the duty of the traffic division assisted by other police officers to investigate traffic accidents and to arrest and assist in the prosecution of those persons charged with violations of law causing or contributing to such accidents. (Prior code 11-1-5)

10.04.040 Records of traffic violations. A. The police department or traffic division thereof shall keep a record of all violations of the traffic laws of the town or of the state vehicle laws of which any person has been charged, together with a record of the final disposition of all such alleged offenses. Such record shall accumulate during at least a five-year period and from that time on the record shall be maintained complete for at least the most recent five-year period. B. All forms for records of violations and notices shall be serially numbered. For each month and year a written record shall be kept available to the public showing the disposal of all such forms. C. Said division shall study the cases of all the drivers charged with frequent or serious violations of the traffic laws or involved in frequent traffic accidents or any serious accident, and shall attempt to discover the reasons therefor, and shall take whatever steps are lawful and reasonable to prevent the same or to have the licenses of such persons suspended or revoked.

10.04.060 Traffic accident studies. Whenever the accidents at any particular location become numerous the traffic division shall cooperate with the manager in conducting studies of such accidents and determining remedial measures. (Prior code 11-1-6)

10.04.070 Traffic accident reports. A. The police department or traffic division shall maintain a suitable system of filing traffic accident reports. Accident reports or cards referring to them shall be filed alphabetically under the name of the driver concerned. B. The police department or traffic division shall receive and properly file all accident reports made to it under state law or under any law of the town, but all such accident reports made by drivers shall be for the confidential use of the town and no such report shall be admissible in any civil or

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE criminal proceeding other than upon request of any person making such report or upon request of the court having jurisdiction, to prove a compliance with the laws requiring the making of any such report. (Prior code 11-1-7) 10.04.100 Emergency and experimental regulations. A. The police chief by and with the approval of the manager is empowered to make regulations necessary to make effective the traffic provisions of this town and to make and enforce temporary or experimental regulations to cover emergencies or special conditions. No such temporary or experimental regulation shall remain in effect for more than ninety (90) days. B. The manager may test traffic control devices under actual conditions of traffic. (Prior code 11-2-14)

10.04.080 Annual traffic safety report. The traffic division shall annually prepare a traffic report which shall be filed with the mayor. Such report shall contain information on traffic matters in the town as follows: A. The number of traffic accidents, the number of persons killed, the number of persons injured, and other pertinent traffic accident data; B. The number of traffic accidents investigated and other pertinent data on the safety activities of the police; C. The plans and recommendations of the division for future traffic safety activities. (Prior code 11-1-8)

Chapter 10.08 TRAFFIC CONTROL REGULATIONS Sections: 10.08.010 Traffic control devices. 10.08.020 Drivers to obey signs. 10.08.030 Police chiefDirecting traffic.

10.04.090 Obedience to traffic regulations. It is unlawful for any person to do any act forbidden or fail to perform any act required by this chapter. It is unlawful for any person to willfully fail or refuse to comply with any lawful order or direction of the police chief, any police officer or of any fire department official. (Prior code 11-2-2)

10.08.040 ManagerAuthority to designate crosswalks, establish safety zones and mark traffic lanes. 10.08.050 ManagerAuthority to place turning markers-Obedience. 10.08.060 ManagerAuthority to place restricted turn signsObedience. 10.08.070 ManagerAuthority to erect stop signs.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 10.08.080 ManagerRegulation of traffic at intersections. 10.08.090 ManagerDesignation of play streets. 10.08.100 Vehicle load restrictions. 10.08.110 Commercial vehicles restricted. 10.08.120 Restrictions upon use of streets by certain vehicles. 10.08.130 Vehicles prohibited on sidewalks. 10.08.140 Processions. 10.08.150 Limitations on turning around. 10.08.160 Use of coasters, roller skates and similar devices restricted. 10.08.030 Police chiefDirecting traffic. A. The police chief or such officers as are assigned by him are authorized to direct all traffic by voice, hand or signal. B. Officers of the fire department, when at the scene of a fire, may direct or assist the police chief in directing traffic thereat or in the immediate vicinity. (Prior code 1 1-21) granted in this chapter or by state law. (Prior code 1 1-2-4)

10.08.020 Drivers to obey signs. Whenever traffic signs are erected as provided in this chapter, every driver of a vehicle shall obey such signs unless directed to proceed by the police chief or a traffic control signal. No driver shall drive upon or through any private property such as an oil station, vacant lot, or similar property to avoid obedience to any regulation included in this chapter. (Prior code 11-2-12)

10.08.010 Traffic control devices. A. The manager, with the approval of the council, shall place and maintain traffic control devices, signs and signals when and as required under the traffic regulations of the town to make effective the provisions of said regulations, and may place and maintain such additional traffic control devices as he may deem necessary to regulate traffic under the traffic laws of the town or under state law or to guide or warn traffic. B. The driver of any vehicle shall obey the instructions of any official traffic control device applicable thereto placed in accordance with the traffic regulations of the town unless otherwise directed by a police officer, subject to the exceptions

10.08.040 ManagerAuthority to designate crosswalks, establish safety zones and mark traffic lanes. The manager is authorized: A. To designate and maintain, by appropriate devices, marks or lines upon the surface of the roadway, crosswalks at intersections where in his opinion there is particular danger to pedestrians crossing

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE the roadway, and at such other places as he may deem necessary; B. To establish safety zones of such kind and character and at such places as he may deem necessary for the protection of pedestrians; C. To mark traffic lanes upon the roadway of any street or highway where a regular alignment of traffic is necessary. (Prior code 11-2-5) may be prohibited between certain hours of any day and permitted at other hours, in which event the same shall be plainly indicated on the signs or such signs may be removed when such turns are permitted. B. Whenever authorized signs are erected indicating that no right or left u-turn is permitted, no driver of a vehicle shall disobey the directions of any such sign. (Prior code 11-2-7)

10.08.050 ManagerAuthority to place turning markers-Obedience. A. The manager is authorized to place markers, buttons or signs within or adjacent to intersections indicating the course to be traveled by vehicles turning at such intersections, and such course to be traveled as so indicated may conform to or be other than as prescribed by law. B. When authorized markers, buttons or other indications are placed within an intersection indicating the course to be traveled by vehicles turning thereat, no driver of a vehicle shall disobey the directions of such indications. (Prior code 11-2-6)

10.08.070 ManagerAuthority to erect stop signs. Whenever a through street is designated it shall be the duty of the manager to place and maintain a stop sign on each and every street intersecting such through street or intersecting that portion thereof described and designated as such unless traffic at any such intersection is controlled at all times by traffic control signals. At the intersection of two such through streets or at the intersection of a through street and a heavy traffic street not so designated, stop signs shall be erected at the approaches of either said streets as may be determined by the manager upon the basis of an engineering and traffic study. (Prior code 11-2-19)

10.08.060 ManagerAuth0rity to place restricted turn signs-Obedience. A. The manager is authorized to determine those intersections at which drivers of vehicles shall not make a right, left or uturn, and shall place proper signs at such intersections. The making of such turns

10.08.080 ManagerRegulation of traffic at intersections. A. The manager shall designate through streets, intersections where stops are required, and intersections where vehicles shall yield the right-of-way.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE B. When the manager shall designate any through street or intersection where vehicles are to stop or yield the right-ofway, he shall erect and maintain the appropriate signs at every location where a vehicle must stop or yield the right-of-way. (Prior code ll-2-ll) 10.08.110 Commercial vehicles restricted. A. When signs are erected giving notice thereof, no person shall operate any commercial vehicle exceeding the rate capacity of three-fourths of a ton at any time upon any of the following streets or parts of streets; Hayden Avenue and Ray Avenue between Fourth Street and Fifth Street. Fourth Street and Fifth Street between Ray Avenue and Hayden Avenue. Such vehicles may be operated thereon for the purpose of delivering or picking up merchandise or materials and then only by entering such street at the intersection nearest the destination of the vehicle and proceeding thereon no farther than the nearest intersection thereafter. B. It is unlawful for any person, between the hours of nine a.m. and six p.m. of each day, without a special permit from the chief of police to use a motor vehicle or combination of motor vehicles, having a length of more than twenty-one (21) feet, in delivering merchandise, commodities or products of any kind. (Prior code 11-2-17)

10.08.090 ManagerDesignation of play streets. A. The manager shall have authority to declare any street or part thereof a play street and to place appropriate signs or devices in the roadway indicating and helping to protect the same. B. Whenever authorized signs are erected indicating any street or part thereof as a play street, no person shall drive a vehicle upon any such street or portion thereof except drivers of vehicles having business or whose residences are within such closed areas, and then any said driver shall exercise the greatest care in driving upon any such street or portion thereof. (Prior code 1 1-2-20)

10.08.100 Vehicle load restrictions. When signs are erected giving notice thereof, no person shall at any time operate any vehicle with a gross weight in excess of the amounts specified on such signs. No vehicle weighing more than five tons shall be operated on Smelter Bridge. (Prior code 11-2-16)

10.08.120 Restrictions upon use of streets by certain vehicles. A. The manager is authorized to determine and designate those heavily traveled streets upon which shall be prohibited motor driven cycles, bicycles, horse-drawn vehicles, or other non-motorized traffic and shall erect appropriate signs giving notice thereof. B. When signs are so erected giving notice thereof, no person shall disobey the

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE restrictions stated on such signs. (Prior code 11-2-18) hand edge of the roadway as practical and shall follow the vehicle ahead as close as is practical and safe. (Prior code 11-2-13)

10.08.130 Vehicles prohibited on sidewalks. The driver of a vehicle shall not drive within any sidewalk area except at a permanent or temporary driveway. (Prior code 1 1-2-15)

10.08.150 Limitations on turning around. The driver of any vehicle shall not turn such vehicle so as to proceed in the opposite direction upon any street in a business district and shall not upon any other street so turn a vehicle unless such movement can be made in safety and without interfering with other traffic. (Prior code 11-2-8)

10.08.140 Processions. A. No funeral, procession or parade, except processions of the Armed Forces of the U.S., the military forces of the state, and the forces of the police and fire departments, shall be held without first notifying the police chief, and all such notifications shall state the time, place of formation, proposed line of march, destination and such other circumstances as the police chief may request. B. A funeral procession composed of a procession of vehicles shall be identified by such methods as may be determined and designated by the traffic division. C. No driver of a vehicle shall drive between the vehicles comprising a funeral or other authorized procession while they are in motion and when such vehicles are conspicuously designated. This provision shall not apply at intersections where traffic is controlled by traffic control signals or the police chief. D. Each driver in a funeral or other procession shall drive as near to the right

10.08.160 Use of coasters, roller skates and similar devices restricted. It is unlawful for any person upon roller skates or riding any coaster, toy vehicle or similar device to go upon any roadway except while crossing a street on a crosswalk, and when crossing such person shall be granted all of the rights and shall be subject to all of the duties applicable to pedestrians. This section shall not apply to any street set aside by the town as a play street. (Prior code 11-2-3)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Chapter 10.12 THROUGH STREETS AND ONE-WAY STREETS DESIGNATED Sections: 10.12.010 Through streets. 10.12.020. One-way streets and alleys. 10.12.010 Through streets. Those streets and parts of streets described below are declared to be through streets for the purpose of this section. When signs are erected giving notice thereof, drivers of vehicles shall stop at every intersection before entering any of the following streets or parts of streets: Ray Avenue south of Fourth Street; Fourth Street east and west of Ray Avenue; Smelter Road south of Fourth Street; San Pedro Avenue south of Canyon Drive and north of Lower Road; Canyon Drive; Hayden Avenue north of Fourth Street; North on road from Highway 77 to Asarco Smelter. (Prior code 11-2-9) Fifth Street Ray Avenue movement in the opposite direction is prohibited.

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Direction of Traffic Movement North from Fourth Street to Fifth Street West from Ray Avenue to Hayden Avenue South from Fifth Street to Fourth Street

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B. The manager shall place and maintain signs giving notice of one-way streets and alleys . (Prior code 11-2-10)

10.12.020 One-way streets and alleys. A. Upon those streets and parts of streets and in those alleys described below, vehicular traffic shall move only in the indicated direction when signs indicating the direction of traffic are erected and maintained at every intersection where

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Chapter 10.16 PEDESTRIANS Sections: 10.16.010 Crossing at right angles. 10.16.020 When pedestrian shall yield 10.16.030 Prohibited crossing. 10.16.040 Obedience to bridge and railroad signals. 10.16.050 Pedestrians soliciting rides or business. 10.16.030 Prohibited crossing; ` A. Between adjacent intersections at which traffic-control signals are in operation, pedestrians shall not cross at any place except in a crosswalk. B. No pedestrian shall cross a roadway other than i11 a crosswalk in any business district. (Prior code ll-4-3) pedestrians are prohibited from crossing at certain designated places. (Prior code 114-2)

10.16.010 Crossing at right angles. No pedestrian shall cross a roadway at any place other than by a route at right angles to the curb or by the shortest route to the opposite curb except in a crosswalk. (Prior code 11-4-1)

10.16.040 Obedience to bridge and railroad signals. A. No pedestrian shall enter or remain upon any bridge or approach thereto beyond the bridge signal, gate or barrier after a bridge operation signal indication has been given. B. No pedestrian shall pass through, around, over or under any crossing gate or barrier at a railroad grade crossing or bridge while such gate or barrier is closed or is being opened or closed. (Prior code 1l4-4)

10.16.020 When pedestrian shall yield. A. Every pedestrian crossing a roadway at any point other than within a marked crosswalk or within an unmarked crosswalk at an intersection shall yield the right-ofway to all vehicles upon the roadway. B. Any pedestrian crossing a roadway at a point where a pedestrian tunnel or overhead pedestrian crossing has been provided shall yield the rightofway to all vehicles upon the roadway. C. The foregoing rules in this section have no application under the conditions stated in Section 10.16.030 of this chapter when

10.16.050 Pedestrians soliciting rides or business. A. No person shall stand in a roadway for the purpose of soliciting a ride, employment or business from the occupant of any vehicle.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE B. No person shall stand on or in proximity to a street or highway for the purpose of soliciting the watching or guarding of any vehicle while parked or about to be parked on a street or highway. (Prior code ll-4-5) 10.20.130 Designation of curb loading zones. 10.20.140 Standing in passenger curb loading zone. 10.20.150 Standing in freight curb loading zone. Chapter 10.20 STOPPING, STANDING AND PARKING Sections: 10.20.010 Method of parking. 10.20.020 Parking adjacent to schools. 10.20.030 Signs or markings indicating angle parking. 10.20.040 Obedience to angle parking signs or markings. 10.20.050 Angle loading or unloading permit. 10.20.060 Lights on parked vehicles. 10.20.070 Parking in alleys. 10.20.080 Parking for certain purposes prohibited. 10.20.090 Parking prohibited on narrow streets. 10.20.100 Standing or parking on one-way streets. 10.20.110 Standing or parking on one-way roadways. 10.20.120 No stopping, standing or parking near hazardous or congested places. 10.20.160 Designation of public carrier stops and stands. 10.20.170 Stopping, standing and parking of buses and taxicabs. 10.20.180 Bus and taxicab stands. 10.20.190 Parking prohibited at all times on certain streets. 10.20.200 Parking prohibited during certain hours on certain streets. 10.20.210 Stopping, standing or parking during certain hours on certain streets. 10.20.220 Parking time limit. 10.20.230 Parking signs or painted curbs required. 10.20.240 Authority to impound vehicles.

10.20.010 Method of parking. Except as otherwise provided by resolution of the council, every vehicle stopped or parked upon a roadway where there are adjacent curbs shall be so stopped or parked with the right-hand wheels of such vehicle parallel to and within eighteen (18) inches of the right-hand curb. (Prior code 11-3-1)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 10.20.020 Parking adjacent to schools. A. The manager is authorized to erect signs indicating no parking upon either or both sides of any street adjacent to any school property when such parking would, in his opinion, interfere with traffic or create a hazardous situation. B. When official signs are erected indicating no parking upon either side of a street adjacent to any school property as authorized herein, no person shall park a vehicle in any such designated place. (Prior code ll-3-2) 10.20.040 Obedience to angle parking signs or markings. Upon those streets which have been signed or marked by the manager for angle parking, no person shall park or stand a vehicle other than at the angle to the curb or edge of the roadway indicating by such signs or markings. (Prior code ll-3-4)

10.20.050 Angle loading or unloading permit. A. The manager is authorized to issue special permits to permit the backing of a vehicle to the curb for the purpose of loading or unloading merchandise or materials subject to the terms and conditions of such permit. Such permits may be issued either to the owner or lessee of real property or to the owner of the vehicle and shall grant to such person the privilege as therein stated and authorized herein. B. It is unlawful for any permittee or other person to violate any of the special terms or conditions of any such permit. (Prior code 11-3-5)

10.20.030 Signs or markings indicating angle parking. A. The manager shall determine upon what streets angle shall be permitted and shall mark or sign such streets but such angle parking shall not be indicated upon any federal aid or state highway within the town unless the State Highway Commission has determined by resolution or order entered in its minutes that the roadway is of sufficient width to permit angle parking without interfering with the free movement of traffic. B. Angle parking shall not be indicated or permitted at any place where passing traffic would thereby be caused or required to drive upon the left side of the street. (Prior code 11-3-3)

10.20.060 Lights on parked vehicles. A. Whenever a vehicle is lawfully parked at nighttime upon any street within a business or residence district no lights need be displayed upon such parked vehicle. B. Whenever a vehicle is parked upon a street or highway outside of a business or residence district during the hours between

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE one-half hour after sunset and one-half hour before sunrise, such vehicle shall be equipped with one or more lamps which shall exhibit a white light on the roadway side visible from a distance of five hundred (500) feet to the front of the vehicle and a red light visible from a distance of five hundred (500) feet to the rear. C. Any lighted headlamps upon a parked vehicle shall be depressed or dimmed. (Prior code 11-3-6) A. The manager is authorized to erect signs indicating no parking upon any street when the width of the roadway does not exceed twenty (20) feet, or upon one side of a street as indicated by such signs when the width of the roadway does not exceed thirty (30) feet. B. When official signs prohibiting parking are erected upon narrow streets as authorized herein, no person shall park a vehicle upon any such street in violation of any such sign. (Prior code 11-3-9)

10.20.070 Parking in alleys. It is unlawful for any person to park a vehicle within an alley except for the loading or unloading of materials and not then unless such loading or unloading can be accomplished without blocking the alley to the free movement of vehicular traffic. (Prior code 11-3-7) 10.20.100 Standing or parking on one-way streets. The manager is authorized to erect signs upon the left-hand side of any one-way street to prohibit the standing or parking of vehicles, and when such signs are in place, no person shall stand or park a vehicle upon such left-hand side in violation of any such sign. (Prior code ll-3-10)

10.20.080 Parking for certain purposes prohibited. No person shall park a vehicle upon any roadway for the principal purpose of: A. Displaying such vehicle for sale; B. Washing, greasing or repairing such vehicle except repairs necessitated by an emergency. (Prior code 11-3-8) 10.20.110 Standing or parking on one-way roadways. In the event a highway includes two or more separate roadways and traffic is restricted to one direction upon any such roadway, no person shall stand or park a vehicle upon the left-hand side of such oneway roadway unless signs are erected to permit such standing or parking. The manager is authorized to determine when standing or parking may be permitted upon the left-hand side of any such one-way roadway and to erect signs giving notice thereof. (Prior code 11-3-1 1)

10.20.090 Parking prohibited on narrow streets.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 10.20.120 No stopping, standing or parking near hazardous or congested places. A. The manager is authorized to determine and designate by proper signs places not exceeding one hundred (100) feet in length in which the stopping, standing or parking of vehicles would create an especially hazardous condition or would cause unusual delay to traffic. B. When official signs are erected at hazardous or congested places as authorized herein, no person shall stop, stand or park a vehicle in any such designated place. (Prior code 11-3-12) and their retum in the event of misuse or upon expiration of permit. Every such permit shall expire at the end of one year. (Prior code 11-3-13)

10.20.140 Standing in passenger curb loading zone. No person shall stop, stand or park a vehicle for a period of time other than the expeditious loading or unloading of passengers requires when any place is marked as a passenger curb loading zone during hours when the regulations applicable to such curb loading zone are in effect. In no case shall the period of time exceed three minutes. (Prior code 11-3-14)

10.20.130 Designation of curb loading zones. A. The manager is authorized to determine the location of passenger and freight curb loading zones and shall place and maintain appropriate signs indicating the same and stating the hours during which the provisions of this section are applicable. B. The manager shall not designate or sign any curb loading zone upon special request of any person unless such person makes application for a permit for such zone and for two signs to indicate the ends of each such zone. The manager upon granting a permit and issuing such signs shall collect from the applicant and deposit in the treasury a service fee of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) per year or fraction thereof and may by general regulations impose conditions upon the use of such signs for reimbursement of the town for the value thereof in the event of their loss or damage

10.20.150 Standing in freight curb loading zone. A. No person shall, except as provided in this section, stop, stand or park a vehicle for any purpose or length of time other than for the expeditious unloading and delivery or pick-up and loading of materials in any lace marked as a freight curb loading zone during hours when the provisions applicable to such zones are in effect. In no case shall the stop for loading and unloading of materials exceed thirty (30) minutes. B. The driver of a passenger vehicle may stop temporarily at a place marked as a freight curb loading zone for the purpose of and while actually engaged in loading or unloading passengers when such stopping does not interfere with any motor vehicle used for the transportation of materials

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE which is waiting to enter or about to enter such zone. (Prior code ll-3-15) not farther than eighteen (18) inches from the curb and the bus approximately parallel to the curb, so as not to unduly impede the movement of other vehicular traffic. D. The operator of a taxicab shall not stand or park such vehicle upon any street at any place other than in a taxicab stand so designated as provided herein. This provision shall not prevent the operator of a taxi cab from temporarily stopping in accordance with other stopping or parking regulations at any place for the purpose of and while actually engaged in the expeditious loading or unloading of passengers. (Prior code 11-3-17)

10.20.160 Designation of public carrier stops and stands. The manager is authorized and required to establish bus stops, bus stands, taxicab stands and stands for other passenger common-carrier motor vehicles on such public streets in such places and in such number as he shall determine to be of the greatest benefit and convenience to the public, and every such bus stop, bus stand, taxicab stand or other stand shall be designated by appropriate signs. (Prior code 11-3-16)

10.20.180 Bus 10.20.170 Stopping, standing and parking of buses and taxicabs. A. The operator of a bus shall not stand or park such vehicle upon any street at any place other than at a bus stand so designated as provided in this chapter. B. The operator of a bus shall not stop such vehicle upon any street at any place for the purpose of loading or unloading passengers or their baggage other than at a bus stop, bus stand or passenger loading zone so designated as provided in this chapter except in case of an emergency. C. The operator of a bus shall enter a bus stop, bus stand or passenger loading zone on a public street in such a manner that the bus when stopped to load or unload passengers or baggage shall be in a position with the right front wheel of such vehicle No person shall stop, stand or park a vehicle other than a bus in a bus stop, or other than a taxicab in a taxicab stand when any such stop has been officially designated and appropriately signed, except that the driver of a passenger vehicle may temporarily stop therein for the purpose of and while actually engaged in loading or unloading passengers when such stopping does not interfere with any bus or taxicab waiting to enter or about to enter such zone. (Prior code 11-3-18)

10.20.190 Parking prohibited at all times on certain streets. When signs are erected giving notice thereof, no person shall park a vehicle at any time upon any of the streets so marked. (Prior code 11-3-19)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 10.20.200 Parking prohibited during certain hours on certain streets. When signs are erected in each block giving notice thereof, no person shall park a vehicle between the hours specified on any day except Sundays and public holidays within the district or upon any of the streets so marked. (Prior code 11-3-20) painted as provided for herein. No such regulation shall be effective unless such signs are erected or curbs painted or both, at the place and time of any alleged offense. The manager is authorized to paint the curb where such parking is to be regulated and the following colors shall designate the following parking regulation: A. If the curb is painted red, parking shall be prohibited in the area adjacent to the painted curbs at all times. B. If the curb is painted yellow, the space adjacent to the curb so painted shall be reserved as a freight unloading zone; provided, however, that the limitation of the freight loading zone provided herein may be varied by signs placed at either one or both ends of such zone. Such sign shall designate the periods of the day during which the zone shall not be limited to freight loading. C. If the curb is painted green, the space adjacent to the curb so painted shall be reserved for the exclusive use of vehicles during the loading or unloading of passengers. Such parking prohibition as is provided in this subsection may be varied by signs placed by the authority of the manager. (Prior code 11-3-23)

10.20.210 Stopping, standing or parking during certain hours on certain streets. ` When signs are erected in each block giving notice thereof, no person shall stop, stand or park a vehicle between the hours specified on any day except Sundays and public holidays within the district or upon any of the streets so marked. (Prior code 1 1-3-21)

10.20.220 Parking time limit. When signs are erected in each block giving notice thereof, no person shall park longer than the time designated on the signs at any time between the hours of nine a.m. and six p.m. of any day except Sundays and public holidays upon any of the streets so marked. (Prior code 11-3-22)

10.20.230 Parking signs or painted curbs required. Whenever any parking time limit is imposed or parking is prohibited by this code or by action of the council on a designated street, it shall be the duty of the manager to either erect appropriate signs giving notice thereof, or cause the curb to be

10.20.240 Authority to impound vehicles. A. Members of the police department may employ a towing service to remove a vehicle from a street, highway, or alley, and store it at the nearest garage or other place of safety, under the following

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE circumstances. The owner thereof shall be responsible for costs of towing and storage. l. When any vehicle is left unattended upon any bridge, viaduct, or causeway, or in any tube or tunnel where such vehicle constitutes an obstruction to traffic; 2. When a vehicle upon a street, highway or alley is so disabled as to constitute an obstruction to traffic, and the person in charge of the vehicle is, by reason of physical injury, incapacitated to such an extent as to be unable to provide for its custody or removal; 3. When any vehicle is left unattended upon a street and is so parked illegally as to constitute a definite hazard or obstruction to the normal movement of traffic. B. Whenever an officer removes a vehicle from a street as authorized in this section and the officer knows or is able to ascertain from the registration records in the vehicle the name and address of the owner thereof, such officer shall immediately give or cause to be given notice in writing to such owner of the fact of such removal and the reasons therefor and the place to which such vehicle has been removed. In the event any such vehicle is stored in a public garage, a copy of such notice shall be given to the proprietor of such garage. C. Whenever an ofticer removes a vehicle from a street and does not know and is not able to ascertain the name of the owner, or for any other reason is unable to give the notice to the owner as provided in this Sections: 10.24.010 Equipment. 10.24.020 Riding on sidewalks. 10.24.030 Parking. 10.24.040 Emerging from alley or driveway. section, and in the event the vehicle is not returned to the owner within a period of three days, then the officer shall immediately send or cause to be sent written report of such removal by mail to the state department whose duty it is to register motor vehicles, and shall file a copy of such notice with the proprietor of any public garage in which the vehicle may be stored. Such notice shall include a complete description of the vehicle, the date, time, and place from which removed, the reasons for such removal, and the name of the garage or place where the vehicle is stored. (Prior code ll-3-24)

Chapter 10.24 BICYCLES

10.24.010 Equipment. A. Every bicycle when in use at nighttime shall be equipped with a lamp on the front which shall emit a white light visible from a distance of at least five hundred (500) feet to the front and with a red reflector on the rear of a type which shall be visible from all distances from fifty (50) feet to three

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE hundred (300) feet to the rear when directly in front of lawful upper beams of headlamps on a motor vehicle. A lamp emitting a red light visible from a distance of five hundred (500) feet to the rear may be used in addition to the red reflector. B. No person shall operate a bicycle unless it is equipped with a bell or other device capable of giving a signal audible for a distance of at least one hundred (100) feet, except that a bicycle shall not be equipped with nor shall any person use upon a bicycle any siren or whistle. C. Every bicycle shall be equipped with a brake which will enable the operator to make the braked wheel skid on dry, level, clean pavement. (Prior code ll-5-1) passing such pedestrian. (Prior code 1 15-2)

10.24.030 Parking. No person shall park a bicycle upon a street other than upon the roadway against the curb or upon the sidewalk in a rack to support the bicycle or against a building or at the curb, in such a manner as to afford the least obstruction to pedestrian traffic. (Prior code ll-5-3)

10.24.040 Emerging from alley or driveway. The operator of a bicycle emerging from an alley, driveway or building shall, upon approaching a sidewalk or the sidewalk area extending across any alleyway, yield the right-of-way to all pedestrians approaching on said sidewalk or sidewalk area, and upon entering the roadway shall yield the right-of-way to all vehicles approaching on said roadway. (Prior code ll-5-4)

10.24.020 Riding on sidewalks. A. No person shall ride a bicycle upon a sidewalk within a business district. such owner of the fact of such removal and the reasons therefor and the place to which such vehicle has been removed. In the event any such vehicle is stored in a public garage, a copy of such notice shall be given to the proprietor of such garage. B. The police chief is authorized to erect signs on any sidewalk or roadway prohibiting the riding of bicycles thereon by any person and when such signs are in place no person shall disobey the same. C. Whenever any person is riding a bicycle upon a sidewalk, such person shall yield the right of way to any pedestrian and shall give audible signal before overtaking and

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Title 12 STREETS, SIDEWALKS AND PUBLIC PLACES Chapters: 12.04 Sidewalk Construction and Repair

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Chapter 12.04 SIDEWALK CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR Sections: 12.04.010 Requirements-Dimensions. 12.04.020 Property owners to bear expense. 12.04.030 Engineer to establish grade. 12.04.040 Notice to construct sidewalks. 12.04.050 Default by owner. 12.04.060 Sale of property. 12.04.070 Repair of sidewalks. 12.04.080 Power to remove obstructions. 12.04.090 Debris to be removed. 12.04.020 Property owners to bear expense. Sidewalks as required by this chapter shall be constructed by and at the expense of the owner or proprietor of each block, lot or part of lot within said town fronting or abutting on any street or avenue therein as now laid out and dedicated for public use or as may hereafter be laid out and dedicated for public use. Such owner or proprietor now owning or hereafter to own the same, is required to construct such sidewalk as specified in Section 12.04.010 of this chapter in front and along the entire width, breadth, or length of any block, lot or part of lot owned by him within the time hereinafter set forth and provided. Nothing herein shall be deemed or held to preclude or prevent the council from extending such time, upon application therefor and cause shown by the owner or proprietor of any block, lot or part thereof affected by this chapter. (Prior code 7-8-2) resolution shall approve that a sidewalk of lesser width or that no sidewalk be built because of terrain or other physical feature; C. On any street or avenue in a districzoned for residential or industrial use, a sidewalk four feet wide on each side of the street or avenue unless the engineer shall recommend, and the council by resolution shall approve that a sidewalk of lesser width or that no sidewalk be built because of terrain or other physical feature. (Prior code 7-8-1)

12.04.010 Requirements-Dimensions. Sidewalks shall be constructed along either side of each street and avenue in the town. Such sidewalks shall be built on grades established from time to time by the engineer and shall be built to standard specifications approved by the council. Sidewalks shall be of the following widths: A. On Hayden Avenue, between 4th Street and 6th Street, a sidewalk eight feet wide on each side of said avenue; B. On any street or avenue in a district zoned for commercial use, except on Hayden Avenue between 4th Street and 6th Street, a sidewalk six feet wide on each side of the street or avenue, unless the engineer shall recommend and the council by

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 12.04.030 Engineer to establish grade. This chapter shall be in full force as to all streets and sidewalks, and as to all blocks, lots and parts of lots frontir1g and abutting on any public street or avenue in the town. It is unlawful for any owner or proprietor of any block, lot or part of block within the town to construct any sidewalk along or in front of same and upon any street or avenue of the town until the grade of such sidewalk and the width thereof as provided by this chapter shall be first ascertained and fixed by the engineer. The time within which each owner or proprietor shall be required to commence and complete the construction of such sidewalk along and in front of each block, lot or part of lot within said town, owned or possessed by him and fronting or abutting on any street or avenue therein shall be fixed, established and declared from time to time by resolution of the council. (Prior code 7-8-3) B. It shall be the duty of the clerk to issue notices to the owners and proprietors of said lots as the same appear on the assessment rolls of the town or as he may be able to ascertain by inquiry. The notice hall advise said owners and proprietors of each of said lots of the requirements of this chapter with reference to the construction of the sidewalks, and the time within which such construction shall be commenced and completed. C. Said notice when issued may be served by the chief of police, supervisor of streets, or any duly appointed agent of the manager by delivering to the owner or proprietor named in said notice personally or by leaving at the usual place of residence of said owner or proprietor with some member of his family over the age of sixteen (16) years. In the case of a nonresident having an agent resident in the town, a true copy of said notice shall be delivered to him. In all other cases, service may be made in the same manner that summons is provided to be served by the statutes of Arizona. The return of service of any such notice shall be certified by the officer making the same, or proven by affidavit as provided by law in case of return of service of summons . (Prior code 7-8-4)

12.04.040 Notice to construct sidewalks. A. Immediately after the adoption of a resolution ordering a portion or district of sidewalks to be constructed, and prior to issuing and serving of notice to construct sidewalks, the engineer shall establish the sidewalk grade in front of and along the affected lots. He shall indicate and mark the width and length of said sidewalk and shall make out and furnish to the clerk for filing in his office, proper data showing the grade and boundaries of said sidewalks, in addition to the marks and stakes established by him on the ground.

12.04.050 Default by owner. A. In case any owner of any block, lot or part of lot fronting or abutting upon or along any street or avenue of the town shall fail or refuse for fifteen (15) days after the service of such notice to commence the construction of such sidewalk in accordance

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE with the provisions of this chapter and of any resolution passed and adopted in pursuance thereof, and shall fail or refuse within fifteen (15) days thereafter to complete such construction, it shall be the duty of the manager to proceed forthwith to build and construct such sidewalk upon the grade and within the bounds established by the engineer. B. The manager shall keep an accurate account of the cost of such construction, including all labor and materials, with reference to each separate block, lot or part of a lot fronting or abutting upon any street or avenue in the town. Upon the completion of the construction of such sidewalk, he shall make out and file with the clerk a statement of the cost thereof along or in front of each such block, lot or part thereof separately held and owned, with the name of the owner thereof. Such report shall be submitted by the clerk to the council at its next regular meeting after the same shall be tiled. C. The council shall examine and consider the same, and shall assess against each block, lot or part of a lot, and to each owner thereof, the cost of the construction of said sidewalk along or in front of each such block, lot or part thereof. The council shall cause to be made out by the clerk an assessment roll, in which shall be set down the following: 1. The name of each owner of any block, lot or part thereof, along or in front of which such sidewalk is built; 2. The number, letter or other designation of such block, lot or part thereof as the same appears on the map or plat; 3. The cost of construction of said sidewalk as found and assessed by the council against such block, lot or part thereof, and the owner thereof. D. The assessment roll, when so made out, shall be submitted to the council for approval and upon being approved such assessment shall become a lien upon each said block, lot or part of lot to the extent of the amount assessed thereon. The lien shall be enforced and such assessment shall be collected by sale of said block, lot or part thereof in the same manner as is provided by law for the sale of real property under execution except that the clerk, upon the approval of the assessment roll, shall immediately make out, under his hand as clerk, and under the seal of the town, a warrant directed to the chief of police, commanding him to proceed within sixty (60) days from the date of such warrant. He shall levy upon, advertise and sell each block, lot or part thereof, embraced, described and mentioned in said assessment roll to satisfy the sum assessed and set down opposite each such block, lot or part thereof the costs of such sale and of any; notice thereof, and directing him to proceed in the same manner as is or may be provided by law with reference to the sale of real property under execution. Said assessment rolls and warrants shall be numbered, and the clerk shall charge the police chief with the total amount of each such assessment roll. (Prior code 7-8-5)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 12.04.060 Sale of property. A. Unless the amount assessed against a block, lot or part thereof separately assessed and the costs of any notice of sale shall be paid prior to the date of sale as fixed by the chief of police acting under said warrant, he shall sell such land with reference to sales under execution insofar as same may be applicable to sell said property. No block, lot or parcel shall be sold for less than that assessed against the same, and costs, but every block, lot or part thereof for which there shall not be bid a sum equal to or in excess of the assessment and costs against the same, shall be bought by the town for the full amount of such assessment and costs. B. Upon the making of any sale hereunder the chief of police shall execute and deliver to the purchaser thereat the certificate of sale and deed in the same manner and within the same periods of time as is provided by law for the execution and delivery of certificates of sale and deeds upon any sale of real property under execution. The chief of police shall receive the same fees for certificates and deeds as are allowed by law to sheriffs therefor. The owner of any block, lot or part thereof sold hereunder and the creditors of such owners having liens thereon shall have the same rights of redemption and the same periods of time within which to exercise the same as is now or may be hereafter provided by law in case of sale of real property under execution. C. Upon the making of any such sale, the chief of police shall make a full report and return of his acts and doings under any warrants. He shall deliver the same together with the assessment roll and warrant to the clerk, and shall pay over to the clerk all moneys arising from such sale. The clerk shall submit to the council said report and return of sale and duplicate receipt of the clerk for the proceeds of said sale. The council shall thereupon direct the distribution of said proceeds, paying the following: l. The fees, disbursements and commissions incident to such sales as to each block, lot or pan thereof sold; 2. The cost of construction of the sidewalk as set down in the assessment roll; and 3. Any surplus proceeds of sale to the credit of the owner of said property, the same to be held during the period of redemption and to be paid over to such owner at any time within one year after the expiration of such period. lf the money is not paid over during said time, it is claimed to be passed to the general fund and such account is closed. D. In case the town should be the purchaser at any such sale, the council shall direct the charging against the block, lot or part of lot sold, and against the owner thereof, the full cost of construction of the sidewalk in front or along said lot as assessed in said assessment roll and the costs, disbursements, commissions and fees accrued on account of said sale. At the expiration of the period of redemption and receipt by the town of the chief of polices

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE deed conveying said premises, said account shall be credited in full-by an appropriation from the general fund, and the account closed. (Prior code 7-8-6) manager proceeding under the provisions hereof to construct or repair the same, the manager shall have the power and authority to remove any and all erections or obstructions existing or maintained within the boundaries of such sidewalk. During the time of such construction or repair and e completion of same, he may enclose and protect said sidewalk from intrusion in such manner as he may deem proper. (Prior code 7-8-8)

12.04.070 Repair of sidewalks. The repair of any sidewalk within the town may be ordered and directed at any time by resolution of the council in the same manner and with the like effect as the construction of sidewalks. Upon the adoption of any such resolution the same proceedings shall be had with reference to such repair as is provided upon resolution requiring the construction of a sidewalk except that where repairs are required they shall be commenced within one day after service of notice and the notice shall so recite. The notice shall be issued forthwith upon the passage of such resolution. Upon the failure or refusal of the owner or proprietor of any block, lot or part thereof to repair the sidewalk along or in front of same for the space of one day after notice, the manager shall proceed forthwith to make all necessary repairs. The cost of such repairs shall be assessed and dealt with in the same manner thereafter as is provided for the assessment of the cost of construction of sidewalks in this chapter. (Prior code 7-8-7)

12.04.090 Debris to be removed. A. The owner or proprietor shall within five days after completion of the sidewalk, remove all dirt, rubbish and debris, collecting or arising from such construction and shall place the gutters and grades in the same condition as found. B. It is unlawful for any owner or proprietor to fail to comply with the requirements of this section. C. The manager or his appointed agent is vested with authority to enter upon any premises where such conditions exist and to remove the obstructions at his discretion. Such removal by the manager shall not be available as a defense by such owner in any prosecution brought or maintained hereunder. (Prior code 7-8-9)

12.04.080 Power to remove obstructions. Upon default of the owner or proprietor of any block, lot or part of a lot to commence and complete the building, construction or repair of any sidewalk, and upon the

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Title 13 PUBLIC SERVICES Chapters: 13.04 Water and Sewer System 13.08 Backflow Prevention and CrossConnection Control 13.12 Hayden Golf Course 13.16 Mountain View Cemetery

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Chapter 13.04 WATER AND SEWER SYSTEM Sections: Article I. Application for Service 13.04.010 Application-RequiredIssuance. Article IV. Privy Vaults, Cesspools and Open Drains 13.04.170 Unlawful. 13.04.160 Water turn on-Payments to be current.

Article II. Rates and Charges 13.04.020 Rates. 13.04.030 Board of equalization-CreatedWater rates. 13.04.040 Billing. 13.04.050 Connection fees andcosts. 13.04.060 Payment for water-Required. 13.04.070 Separate meters.

Article V. Fire Hydrants 13.04.180 Under control of town.

Article VI. Liability of City 13.04.190 Interruption of service. 13.04.200 Liability limited. 13.04.210 Regulations part of contract.)

Article III. Consumer Responsibilities 13.04.080 Unauthorized connectionsUnlawful. 13.04.090 Injury to systems-Unlawful. 13.04.100 Cost of repairs. 13.04.110 Town not liable for damages. 13.04.120 Free access for inspection. 13.04.130 Water turned off-Unlawful to turn on. 13.04.140 Scarcity of water-Mayor may limit use. 13.04.150 Unlawful interference. Article I. Application for Service 13.04.010 ApplicationRequired Issuance. Application for water and sewer service must be made in writing by the owner of the premises to be served, or his authorized agent. The application shall be made on the form provided by the town. Upon payment to the town of all connection fees or costs for connection as included in this chapter, execution of the form provided by the town and upon approval of the manager or his appointed agent acting as building official for the town, the manager shall issue a permit to connect with the town water or

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE sewer system. (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code Art. 12-1) water off from the premises of said person where such unpaid water is assessed. Before the water shall be turned on again, all delinquent service charges must be paid in full, including a turnoff fee in an amount as determined by resolution of the council. The manager is authorized and empowered to enforce the payment of all delinquent water rates by an action in law in the corporate name of the town. (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code 12-2-3)

Article II. Rates and Charges 13.04.020 Rates. The rates for water supplied through meters to all places within the corporate limits of the town shall be adopted by resolution from time to time by the mayor and council. (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code 12-2-1)

13.04.050 Connection fees and costs. 13.04.030 Board of equalization-Created Water rates. The town council is constituted a board of equalization of water rates to hear complaints and make corrections of any charges deemed by any citizen to be illegal, unequal or unjust. (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code 12-2-2) All applicants for water or sewer service shall pay to the town a connection fee for each connection in an amount as determined by resolution of the council, or actual cost, whichever is greater. The town shall bear all costs of installation between the main and street line in the case of sewer connections and between the main and meter in case of water connections. All other costs shall be borne by the user. All workmanship and materials shall be in accordance with the plumbing code of the town. (Ord. 97 l (part), 1994: prior code 12-2-4)

13.04.040 Billing. The manager shall, at the end of each month, mail a written statement to each water customer, stating the amount of water assessed against him and when and where payable. If any person neglects, refuses or fails to pay his water service charges within twenty (20) days from the date of said statement, the manager shall notify the person in writing that the water will be turned off from his premises after ten days from date of such notification. If such water service charges are not paid within ten days from the date of such notification, the manager shall issue an order to turn the

13.04.060 Payment for water It is unlawful for any person by himself, family, servants, or agents to take or use water coming through the water mains without paying therefor as herein provided, or without authority, to open any stopcock, valve, water meter, or other fixture attached to the system of water supply. (Ord. 97 l (part), 1994: prior code 12-2-5)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE sewer appliance. It is also unlawful to discharge into the sewer any inflammable gas, gasoline, oil, or petroleum by-product or any calcium carbide or residue therefrom, or any liquid, or other material or substance which will result in a flammable gas when in contact with water, sewage, or fire, or any other matter which by chemical or other reaction shall injure said sewer system or any part thereof or become dangerous to health, life or property. (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code 12-4-2)

13.04.070 Separate meters. Before water will be supplied through a service pipe, one person must agree to be responsible for and pay for all water used through said service. It is unlawful for any person to extend water or sewer service from one lot to another without obtaining a permit from the manager. It is unlawful for any plumber to make or cause to be made such illegal extension. (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code Art. l2-3)

13.04.100 Cost of repairs. All costs connected with the repair or cleaning of sewer service lines from the point of use to the sewer main and all cost of repair of water lines between tl1e point of use and the meter shall be borne by the user. All water and sewer users shall keep their service pipes and connections and other apparatus in good repair, but no person, except under the direction of the manager shall be allowed to dig into the street for the purpose of laying, removing or repairing any water or sewer service pipe. The term "main" as used herein shall be construed to mean any line owned by the town and carrying more than one service. (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code 12-4-3)

Article III. Consumer Responsibilities

13.04.080 Unauthorized connections Unlawful. It is unlawful for any person to connect to the town water or sewer system or cause a connection to said water or sewer system to be made, or carry on the work of laying, repairing, altering or connection of any pipe with said water or sewer system without having first obtained authorization to do so from the manager. (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code 12-4-1)

13.04.090 Injury to systems- Unlawful. It is unlawful for any person to injure, break or remove any part or portion of the town water or sewer system or any water or

13.04.110 Town not liable for damages. The town shall not be liable for any damage to a water user by reason of stoppage or interruption of his water supply caused by tire, scarcity of water, accident to

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE waterworks or mains, alterations, additions, repairs, or from any other unavoidable cause. (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code 12-4-4) 13.04.120 Free access for inspection. The manager and his agents shall at all ordinary hours have free access to places supplied with water from the town water system for the purpose of examining the water meter and the manner of its use. (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code 12-4-5) 13.04.150 Unlawful interference. It is unlawful for any person to interfere with, molest, hinder or obstruct the management of the water and sewer system, or any of the employees, agents or servants of the town, while in the performance of their duties as provided in this chapter. (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code 12-4-8)

13.04.160 Water turn onPayments to be current. Before water will be turned on to any premise, all charges against the premises that are due and payable to the town for water or any service, material, or supplies pertaining thereto, must have been paid, or arrangements for deferred payment have been approved by the council. (Ord. 97 l (part), 1994: prior code 12-4-9)

13.04.130 Water turned off-Unlawful to turn on. It is unlawful for any person, after the water has been turned off from his premises, on account of nonpayment of charges, or for violation of the rules and regulations relating to the water supply, to turn the water on again or allow the water to be used without authority. (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code 12-4-6)

13.04.140 Scarcity of waterMayor may limit use. In the event of scarcity of water, whenever in the judgment of the council it shall be necessary, the mayor shall by proclamation, limit the use of water to such an extent as may be required for the public good. (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code 12-4-7)

Article IV. Privy Vaults, Cesspools and Open Drains

13.04.170 Unlawful. A. It is unlawful for the owner, or his agent, or any other person having charge of or occupying any property located within the town to construct, or after ninety (90) days following notice thereof by the town, to use or maintain for use any privy vault, cesspool or open drain.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE B. It is unlawful for the owner, or his agent, or any person having charge of or occupying any property located upon any street, alley, court or passageway in which a sewer is available, after ninety (90) days following notice thereof by the town, to neglect or fail to connect any and all plumbing on the premises with said sewer. Where a connection with the sewer cannot be made by reason of improper grade or other physical deterrent or by reason of distance in excess of two hundred (200) feet to a sewer, the manager, or his agent, may authorize the construction and use of an approved septic tank, in size and design as set forth or recommended by the State Department of Health. (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code Art. l2-6) Article VI. Liability of City

13.04.190 Interruption of service. The town shall notify the consumer in advance of any anticipated interruption of service when such advance notice is possible. The town shall not be responsible for any interruption of water service caused by forces beyond its control. (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code 12-8-1) 13.04.200 Liability limited. No liability shall attach to the town for any injury or damages that may result from turning on or shutting off the water in any main service connection or pipe; or the restriction of use or discontinuance of any water service, or any failure of the water supply, regardless of any notice or lack of notice thereof. The town shall not be held liable, in any respect, for the condition, defects, failure or use of any pipe, connection, fixture or appurtenance, not belonging to the town, or any premises, or for loss or damage resulting therefrom. (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code 12-8-2)

Article V. Fire Hydrants 13.04.180 Under control of town. All public tire hydrants shall be under the control of and shall be kept in repair by the town and any fire department shall have free access to said hydrants. No other person shallopen or operate any fire hydrant, attempt to draw water therefrom or obstruct the approach thereto without special permission from the town. (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code Art. 12-5)

13.04.210 Regulation part of contract All regulations contained in this chapter and Chapter 13.08 or adopted pursuant to same, shall be considered a part of the contract of every consumer/occupant taking water service from the town and such consumer/occupant taking water service shall be considered as having expressly consented to be bound thereby. Consumers outside the town limits shall

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE upon application for water service, be required to sign a statement agreeing to the regulations set forth in this chapter and Chapter 13.08. (Ord. 97 1 (part) 1994: prior code 12-8-3) 13.08.120 13.08.130 13.08.140 13.08.150 13.08.160 Chapter 13.08 BACKFLOW PREVENTION AND CROSS-CONNECTION CONTROL Sections: 13.08.010 13.08.020 13.08.030 13.08.040 13.08.050 13.08.060 13.08.070 13.08.080 Purpose Backflow prevention required Permit required Hazard potential Backflow prevention methods Backflow prevention methods required Backflow assembly installed Installation of backflow prevention assemblies for fire systems Inspections Testing, maintenance, repair and records Modification of backflow prevention requirements 13.08.010 Purpose 13.08.170 Discontinuance of water service Administrative appeal Retroactive application Fees Rules and regulations Backflow and crossconnection manual Incorporated by reference ViolationPenalty

All provisions of this chapter shall be interpreted to give effect to the following purposes for which it is enacted. A. To protect the public potable water supply of Hayden from the possibility of contamination or pollution by preventing the backflow of contaminants and pollutants into the public potable water system; B. To promote the elimination or control of existing cross-connections, actual or potential, with a customers internal potable water system, plumbing fixtures and industrial piping systems; C. To provide for a continuing program of cross-connection control which will prevent the contamination or pollution of the public potable water supply system. (Ord. 97 1 (part) 1994; prior code 12-7-1) 13.08.020 required. Backflow prevention

13.08.090 13.08.100 13.08.110

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE A. An approved backflow prevention assembly shall be utilized or installed at every service connection to a customers water system when the water department (department herein) determines that the potable water supplied by the town may be subject to contamination, pollution or other deterioration in sanitary quality as a result of conditions within the customers water system. B. The backflow assembly to be utilized or installed shall be determined by the department. The method required by the department shall be sufficient to protect against the potential degree of hazard, as determined by the department, to the public potable water supply from the customers water system. (Ord. 97 l (part), 1994: prior code l2-7-1) 13.08.020 Backflow prevention required. A. An approved backflow prevention assembly shall be utilized or installed at every service connection to a customers water system or at any usage point in the water system when the water department (department herein) determines that the potable water supplied by the town may be subject to contamination, pollution or other deterioration in sanitary quality as a result of conditions within the customers water system. B. The backflow assembly to be utilized or installed shall be determined by the department. The method required by the department shall be sufficient to protect against the potential degree of hazard, as determined by the department, to the public potable water supply from the customers water system. (Ord. 97 l (part), 1994: prior code l2-7-2)

13.08.030 Permit required. Installation permits for the installation of all backflow prevention assemblies required by the department shall be obtained from the department prior to installation. A separate pemiit shall be obtained for each required backflow prevention assembly to be installed, including any replacement. A. Notification. It shall be the duty of the person doing the work authorized by the permit to notify the department, orally or in writing, that the system is ready for inspection. Such notification shall be given not less than twenty-four (24) hours before the work is to be inspected and shall be given only if there is reason to believe that the work done will meet UPC and current USC standards, as are referenced in the backflow prevention manual. B. Stop Orders. Whenever any work is being done contrary to the provisions of the UPC or this code, the department or an authorized representative may order the work stopped by notice in writing served on any persons engaged in doing or causing such work to be done, and any such person shall forthwith stop such work until authorized by the department to proceed with the work. C. Suspension or Revocation. The department or any employee may, in writing, suspend or revoke a permit issued under provisions of this code, whenever the permit is issued in error or on the basis of

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE incorrect information supplied, or in violation of any ordinance or regulations of any provision of the UPC or this code. (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code 12-79) 13.08.050 Backflow prevention methods. A. A backflow prevention method shall be any assembly or other means designed to prevent backflow. The following are the recognized backflow prevention methods which the department may require under Section 13.08.020 or 13.08.060 of this chapter. 1. Air gap: the unobstructed vertical distance through the free atmosphere between the opening of the pipe or faucet supplying potable water to a tank, plumbing fixture or other device. An approved air gap shall be at least double the diameter of the supply pipe or faucet and in no case less than one inch. 2. Reduced pressure principle assembly (hereinafter "RPA"): an assembly containing two independent acting approved check valves together with a hydraulically operating, mechanically independent pressure differential relief valve located between the check valves, and at the same time below the first check valve. The assembly shall include properly located test cocks and tightly closing shut-off valves located at each end of the assembly and fitted with properly located test cocks. 3. Double check valve assembly (hereinafter "DCVA"): an assembly composed of two independently acting, approved check valves, including tightly closing shut-off valves located at each end of the

13.08.040v Hazard potential. The degree of hazard potential to the public potable water supply and system from a customers water supply system shall be determined using the following hazard factors: A. Contamination. Any condition, device or practice which, in the judgment of the department, may create a danger to the health and well-being of the potable water customers. B. CrossConnection. An actual or potential plumbing-type connection that is not properly protected by an approved backflow prevention assembly. C. Hazard. An actual or potential threat which may cause severe damage to the physical facilities of the public potable water supply system or which may have a protracted effect on the quality of the potable water in the system. D. Pollution. An actual or potential threat to the physical facilities of the public potable water supply system or to the public potable water supply which, although not dangerous to health, would constitute a nuisance or be aesthetically objectionable, or could cause damage to the system or its appurtenances. (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code 12-7-3)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE assembly and fitted with properly located test cocks. 4. Pressure vacuum breaker assembly (hereinafter "PVB"): an assembly containing an independently operating, loaded check valve and an independently operating, loaded air inlet valve located on the discharge side of the check valve. The assembly shall be equipped with properly located test cocks and tightly closing shut-off valves located at each end of the assembly. B. A backflow prevention assembly may be approved by the department if it has received the approval of the Foundation for Cross-Connection Control and Hydraulic Research of the University of Southern California and has conformed to the 1991 edition of the UPC. C. The department shall maintain a list of approved backflow prevention assemblies, by type and manufacturer. The list shall be available to any customer required to install a backflow prevention assembly. D. The department shall maintain a list of approved backflow prevention assemblies, by type and manufacturer. The list shall be available to any customer required to install a backflow prevention assembly. (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code 12-7-4) A. Whenever the following items exist or activities are conducted on premises served by the public potable water system, a potential hazard to the public potable water supply shall be presumed, and a backflow prevention method of the type specified herein for that item or activity must be utilized or installed at each service connection for that premises. The type and size of the assembly shall be determined by the department. The basis for these requirements are contained in the Manual of Backflow Prevention and CrossConnection Control Program as is further set forth in Section 13.08.160 of this chapter. 1. Cooling tower, boiler, condenser, chiller and other cooling systems utilizing potable water: RPA; 2. Tank, vessel, receptacle and all other water connections including mobile units without approved air gap (except emergency vehicle and private swimming pools): RPA; 3. Ice maker (other than a residential service): RPA; 4. Water cooled equipment, boosters, pumps or autoclaves: RPA; 5. Water treatment facilities and all water processing equipment (other than residential water softeners): RPA; 6. Bottle washer, bedpan washer, garbage can washer: RPA; 13.08.060 Backflow prevention methods required. 7. Pesticide, herbicide, fertilizer and chemical applicators (other than typical in home use): RPA;

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 8. Aspirator: RPA; 9. Commercial dishwashers, food processing and/or preparation equipment, carbonation equipment, or other food service processes utilizing potable water: RPA; 10. Decorative fountain, baptismal, or any location water is exposed to atmosphere: RPA; 11. X-ray equipment, plating equipment, or any other photographic processing equipment utilizing potable water: RPA; 12. Auxiliary water supply and/or connections to imapproved water supply systems: RPA; 13. Reclaimed water customers: RPA; 14. Recreational vehicle dump stations (sewer), or any other location where potable water may be exposed to bacteria, virus or gas: RPA; 15. Any premises on which chemicals, oils, solvents, pesticides, disinfectants, cleaning agents, acids or other pollutants and/or contaminants are handled in a manner by which they may come in direct contact with potable water, or there is evidence of the potential to contact potable water (other than typical, infrequent in-home applications): RPA; 16. Materials and piping systems unapproved by the Uniform Plumbing Code (UPC) or Environmental Protection Agency for potable water usage (for fire systems see the following listings: 20, 21 and 22): Contaminant: RPA Pollutant: CDVA; 17. Separately metered or unprotected irrigation systems, and construction water services: RPA or PVB as allowed; 18. Any premises where a cross connection is maintained or where internal backflow protection is required pursuant to the Uniform Plumbing Code: RPA; 19. Multi-metered properties with more than one meter connected to another or any building three stories or greater than thirty-four (34) feet in height from service level: DCVA; 20. Fire systemsAmerican Water Works Association Classes 1 and 2 systems constructed of a piping material not approved for potable water pursuant to the Uniform Plumbing Code as adopted by the town: DCVA or double detector CVA; 21. Fire systemsAmerican Water Works Association Classes 3, 4, 5 and 6: DCVA or RPA as allowed. Backflow assemblies with detectors may be required by the department for certain installations; 22. Fire systems which require backflow protection and where backflow protection is required on

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE the industrial/domestic service connection that is located on the same premises, both service connections will have adequate backflow protection for the highest degree of hazard affecting either system: RPA (requirement may be waived by the department). B. When two or more of the activities listed above are conducted on the same premises and served by the same service connection or multiple service connections, the most restrictive backflow prevention method required for any of the activities conducted on the premises shall be required to be utilized or installed at each service connection. The order of most restrictive to least restrictive backflow prevention methods shall be as follows: 1. Air gap (most restrictive); 2. Reduced pressure principle assembly (RPA); 3. Double check valve assembly (DCVA); 4. Pressure vacuum breaker assembly (PVB) (least restrictive). (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code 12-7-5) the service connection as possible and on private property unless otherwise authorized. The assembly shall have a diameter at least equal to the diameter of the supply piping or service connection as required by UPC. B. The assembly shall be in accessible location approved by the department. The reduced pressure principle assembly, pressure vacuum breaker assembly, and the double check valve assembly shall be installed above ground. C. When a customer desires a continuous water supply, two backflow prevention assemblies shall be installed parallel to one another at the service connection to allow a continuous water supply during testing of the backflow prevention assemblies. When backflow prevention assemblies are installed parallel to one another, the sum of the cross-sectional areas of the assemblies shall be at least equal to the cross-sectional area of the service connection. D. No person shall alter, modify, bypass or remove a backflow prevention assembly without the approval of the department. (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code 12-7-6)

13.08.080 Installation of backflow prevention assemblies for fire systems. 13.08.070 Backflow assembly installation requirements. A. Backflow prevention assemblies shall be installed by the customer, at the customers expense and in compliance with the standards and specifications adopted by the town, at each service connection as close to In addition to the requirements of Section 13.08.060 of this chapter the following shall also apply: A. Fire Systems. Fire protection systems consist of sprinklers, hose connections and hydrants. Sprinkler systems may be dry or

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE wet, open or closed. Systems of fixed spray nozzles may be used indoors or outdoors for protection of flammable-liquid and other hazardous processes. It is standard practice, especially in cities, to equip automatic sprinkler systems with fire department pumper connections. A meter (compound, detector check) should not normally be permitted as part of a backflow prevention assembly. An exception may be made, however, if the meter and backflow prevention assembly are specifically designed for that purpose. For cross-connection control, fire protection systems shall be classified on the basis of water source and arrangement of supplies as follows: 1. Class 1. Direct connections from public water mains only; no pumps, tanks or reservoirs; no physical connection from other water supplies; no antifreeze or other additives of any kind; all sprinkler drains discharging to atmosphere, dry wells, or other safe outlets. For minimum protection, see Section l3.08.060(A)(20) of this chapter. 2. Class 2. Same as Class 1, except that booster pumps may be installed in the connections from the street mains. Booster pumps do not affect the potability of the system; it is necessary, however, to avoid drafting so much water that pressure in the water main is reduced below twenty (20) psi. For minimum protection, see Section l3.08.060(A)(20) of this chapter. 3. Class 3. Direct connection from public water supply main plus one or more of the following: elevated storage tanks; tire pumps taking suction from above-ground covered reservoirs or tanks; and pressure tanks (all storage facilities are filled or connected to public water only, the water in the tanks to be maintained in a potable condition). Otherwise, Class 3 systems are the same as Class l. Class 3 systems will generally require minimum protection (approved double-check valves) to prevent stagnant waters from backflowing into the public potable-water system. 4. Class 4. Directly supplies from public mains similar to Classes l and 2, and with an auxiliary water supply on or available to the premises; or an auxiliary supply may be located within one thousand seven hundred (1,700) feet of the pumper connection. Class 4 systems will normally require backflow protection at the service connection. The type (air gap or reduced pressure) will generally depend on the quality of the auxiliary supply. 5. Class 5. Directly supplies from public mains, and interconnected with auxiliary supplies, such as: pumps taking suction from reservoirs exposed to contamination, or rivers and ponds; driven wells, mills or other industrial water system; or where antifreeze or other additives are used. Class 4 and 5 systems normally would need

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE maximum protection (air gag or reduced pressure) to protect the public potable-water system. 6. Class 6. Combined industrial and fire protection systems supplied from the public water mains only, with or without gravity storage or pump suction tanks. Class 6 system protection would depend on the requirements of both industry and fire protection, and could only be determined by a survey of the premises. B. When a backflow prevention assembly is required for a water service connection supplying water only to a fire system, the assembly shall be installed on service line in compliance with standard specifications adopted by the town. (Installation of DCVAs or DDCVAs in a vertical position on the riser may be allowed on fire systems with the department`s approval.) (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code 12-7-7) 13.08.100 Testing, maintenance, repair and records. A. The customer shall be responsible for testing and servicing backflow prevention assemblies at least once a year. If the testing reveals the assembly to be defective or in unsatisfactory operating condition, the customer shall be responsible for any necessary repairs, including replacement or overhaul of the assembly, if necessary, which will return the assembly to satisfactory operating condition. B. If the department or a customer learns or discovers, during the interim period between tests, that an assembly is defective or in unsatisfactory operating condition, the customer shall be responsible for any necessary repairs, including replacement or overhaul of the assembly, if necessary, which will retum the assembly to satisfactory operating condition. C. The annual testing shall be performed by an individual certified to conduct such testing by the American Water Works Association agency, approved by the department, and licensed by the American Water Works Association (AWWA) unless otherwise authorized by the department. Additionally, the department reserves the right to require further examination and/or qualifications for recognition as an approved tester. A list of certified, approved and recognized individuals will be maintained by the department and will be available upon request to all persons required to install or maintain a backflow prevention assembly. A certification issued to a backflow prevention assembly tester may be revoked or suspended for improper

13.08.090 Inspections. A customer' s water system shall be available at all times during business operations for premises inspection by the department. The inspection shall be conducted to determine whether any crossconnection or other hazard potentials exist and to determine compliance with this chapter and modifications, if any, pursuant to Section 13.08.110. (Ord. 97 l (part), 1994: prior code 12-7-8)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE testing, maintenance, reporting or other improper practices. D. The tester shall be responsible for providing the results of all tests and all servicing, repairs, overhauls or replacements of the backflow prevention assembly to the department. E. Fire systems shall not be out of service for more than eight consecutive hours due to testing, maintenance or repairs. The Hayden fire department having jurisdiction, shall be issued twenty-four-hour notice prior to shut-off and immediate notice of reconnection. Fire system flow test shall be performed in conjunction with the backflow assembly testing on all tire systems. (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code 12-7-10) 13.08.120 Discontinuance of water service. A. If the department discovers that a customer has not installed a required backflow assembly or that a backflow assembly has been improperly tested or maintained, bypassed or removed, or that an unprotected crossconnection exists in the customers water system, the water service to that service connection shall be disconnected if the situation is not remedied within the time specified in the notice sent to the customer as required by this section. the service shall not be restored until the condition is remedied. B.v Water service to a fire sprinkler system shall not be subject to disconnection under this section. If a situation, which would otherwise result in discontinuance of water service in subsection (A) of this section, is not remedied within the time provided in the notice sent to the customer, multiple violations will accrue for each day the violation continues. C. Prior to disconnecting any water service because a condition set forth in subsection (A) of this section exists, the department shall issue a notice to the customer describing the condition and notifying the customer that the condition must be remedied within forty-five (45) days from the initial inspection date. If there is no immediate action on the part of the customer, a second notice will be sent thirty (30) days after the initial inspection date stating that water service will be disconnected within fifteen (15) days of the second notice. If there is still no action, a turn-off notice shall be sent to the customer stating that service will be disconnected on

13.08.110 Modification of backflow prevention requirements. If the department determines, after inspection of the customers system, that a backflow assembly less restrictive than that required in Section 13.08.060 of this chapter will provide adequate protection of the public potable water supply from the degree of hazard potential by the customers water system, the department may, at its sole discretion, modify the requirements of Section 13.08.060 accordingly; a written record of such modification shall be maintained by the department. (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code 12-7-11)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE date certain (approximately seven days from the date of the turn-off notice). (For retrofit notification procedures, see Section 13.08.140 of this chapter.) (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code 12-7-12) shall be binding on the town and the applicant. (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code 12-7-13)

13.08.140 Retroactive application. 13.08.130 Administrative appeal. An administrative appeal may be requested whenever a violation or dispute of any of the requirements of this chapter is determined, whether during construction or at the plan review stage, and the applicant wishes to appeal the decision of the staff because of code interpretation, unreasonable hardship or other acceptable reasons. The appeal may be made to the backflow cross-connection hearing committee as follows: A. The applicant shall file a written appeal on the forms provided by the department. B. The appeal will be heard within seven days, at a regular specified time. C. The hearing committee shall consist of the public works director, a board contact and the mayor. Additional inspectors or other technical persons may be added for a particular appeal, at the discretion of the department. D. Adequate information shall be provided by the applicant in order to fully describe the conditions in question. E. The applicant may, but is not required to, personally attend the meeting. F. There shall be no further appeal following the committees decision which A. The provisions of this chapter shall apply to all new water customers or users and all water customers or users existing prior to the enactment date of the ordinance codified in this chapter. Noncompliance may result in discontinuance of water sevice without further notice. B. Backflow prevention assemblies installed prior to enactment of this chapter, and which do not comply with the requirements set forth herein, shall be replaced with assemblies which comply with the standards set forth herein. C. The initial backflow assembly installation permit fee required by Section 13.08.150 of this chapter shall be waived by the department for retrofit premises only. D. Meters documented as running backwards or contamination conditions as defined in Section 13.08.040 of this chapter shall be immediately addressed under Section 13.08.120, and the provisions of subsection (A) of that section shall not apply to them. (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code 12-7-15)

13.08.150 Fees-Rules and regulations. A. The fee for any permit required pursuant to the terms of this chapter shall be a minimum for twenty-five dollars

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE ($25.00), and shall be established and modified by council resolution from time to time. The town shall perform initial test after A installation for a fee which shall be established by council resolution. Fees shall be payable at the time of obtaining a permit. B. The department may adopt from time to time, rules and regulations required to enforce the provisions of this chapter. All such rules and regulations shall have the force and effect of law. Violation of same shall be considered a violation of town code and prosecuted as such. (Ord. 97 l (part), 1994: prior code 12-7-16) to the public during the departments normal business hours for inspection and purchase. Three copies of said manual shall be kept on file in the town clerks office. (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code 12-717)

13.08.170 ViolationPenalty. It shall be a civil infraction punishable by a fine of up to one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) for each day a violation of any provision of this chapter continues. If the violation consists of a failure to obtain a permit for installation or inspection of a backflow device, the fine shall be a minimum of two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00) for the first violation, five hundred dollars ($500.00) for the second violation and one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) for a third violation. If the violation consists of a failure to timely report the results of testing or retesting of a backflow device, the fme shall be a minimum of fifty dollars ($50.00) per day for each working day a violation continues. (Ord. 97 1 (part), 1994: prior code 12-7-14)

13.08.160 Backflow and cross-connection manual-Incorporated by reference. A. All information and technical requirements not specifically set forth in this chapter (standard details, etc.) will be a matter of public record and will be contained in the following document: UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MANUAL OF CROSS-CONNECTION CONTROL PUBLISHED BY: FOUNDATION FOR CROSSCONNECTION CONTROL AND HYDRAULIC RESEARCH UNIVERSITYOF SOURTHERN CALIFORNIA DATED JUNE, 1988, OR THE LATEST REVISION THERETO B. Such manual is adopted by this reference as part of this chapter and shall be available

Chapter 13.12 HAYDEN GOLF COURSE Sections: 13.12.010 Compliance with regulations.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 13.12.010 Compliance with regulations. Any person or group who uses the Hayden Golf Course shall comply with such rules and regulations governing the use of the golf course as may from time to time be adopted by resolution of the council. (Prior code A11. 2-8)

Chapter 13.16 MOUNTAIN VIEW CEMETERY Sections: 13.16.010 Compliance with regulations.

13.16.010 Compliance with regulations. Any person using the Mountain View Cemetery shall comply with such rules and regulations governing the use of the cemetery as may from time to time be adopted by resolution of the council. (Prior code Art. 2-7)

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HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 15. BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Title 15 BUILDINGS AND CONSTRUCTION Chapters: I 15.04 Building Code Adopted 15.08 Plumbing Code Adopted 15.12 Housing Code Adopted 15.16 Electrical Code Adopted 15.20 Mechanical Code Adopted 15.24 Sign Code Adopted 15.28 Abatement of Dangerous Buildings Code Adopted 15.32 Building Numbering System 15.36 Fence Construction

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Chapter 15.04 BUILDING CODE ADOPTED Sections: 15.04.010 Uniform Building Code Adopted. 15.04.020 Uniform Building CodeMust conform to zoning ordinance. 15.04.030 Building official-Designated. 15.04.030 Building official-Designated. The building official and administrative authority as such may be referenced in any section of this title for all matters pertaining to any building, plumbing, electrical or any other inspections shall be vested in the office of the clerk; provided, that the council may authorize such deputies as needed to perform any inspection work or other functions that may be required by this title. (Prior code Art. 7-7)

15.04.010 Uniform Building CodeAdopted. That certain code entitled "Uniform Building Code," 1973 edition, copyrighted by the International Conference of Building Officials, is adopted as the Uniform Building Code of the town of Hayden and made a part of this title the same as though said code was specifically set forth in full herein; and at least three copies of said code shall be filed in the office of the clerk and kept available for public use and inspection. (Prior code 7-1-1) Chapter 15.12 HOUSING CODE ADOPTED Sections: 15.12.010 Uniform Housing Code Adopted.

15.12.010 Uniform Housing Code-Adopted. That certain code entitled "Uniform Housing Code," 1973 edition, copyrighted by the International Conference of Building Officials, is adopted as the Uniform Housing Code of the town of Hayden and made a part of this title the same as though said code was specifically set forth in full herein; and at least three copies of said code shall be filed in the office of the clerk and kept available for public use and inspection. (Prior code Art. 7-2)

15.04.020 Uniform Building Code-Must conform to zoning ordinance. Whenever a building permit is issued and a building inspection performed, such building must conform to the provisions of the zoning ordinance of Hayden in addition to the provisions of this title. (Prior code 71-2)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Chapter 15.16 ELECTRICAL CODE ADOPTED Sections: 15.16.010 Uniform Electrical Code Adopted. 15.16.020 PermitRequired-Fees. 15.16.030 PermitIssuance. 15.16.040 Minor work regulationsNo permit required. C. The amount of permit fees shall be as established from time to time by the mayor and council by resolution. (Prior code 7-52)

15.16.030 PermitIssuance. A. The issuance or granting of a permit or approval of plans and specifications shall not be deemed or construed to be a permit for, or an approval of, any violation of any of the provisions of this code. No permit presuming to give authority to violate or cancel the provisions of this code shall be valid, except insofar as the work or use which is authorized is lawful. B. The issuance or granting of a permit or approval of plans shall not prevent the administrative authority from thereafter requiring the correction of errors in said plans and specifications or from preventing construction operations carried on thereunder when in violation of this code or of any other law or from revoking any certificate of approval when issued in error. C. Every permit issued by the administrative authority under the provisions of this code shall expire by limitation and become null and void, if the work authorized by such permit is suspended or abandoned at any time after the work is commenced for a period of ninety (90) days. Before such work can be recommenced a new permit shall be obtained. (Prior code 7-5-3)

15.16.010 Uniform Electrical CodeAdopted. That certain code entitled "National Electrical Code of 197l," copyrighted by the National Fire Prevention Association, is adopted as the Uniform Electrical Code of the town of Hayden and made a part of this title the same as though said code was specifically set forth in full herein; and at least three copies of said code shall be filed in the office of the clerk and kept available for public use and inspection. (Prior code 7-5-1)

15.16.020 PermitRequiredFees. A. No electrical work shall be commenced in any building or premises until a permit to do such work has been obtained from the building official. B. A separate permit shall be obtained for each building or structure.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 15.16.040 Minor work regulations-No permit required. A. No permit shall be required for minor repair work such as repairing flush and snap switches, replacing fuses, changing lamp sockets and receptacles, tapping joints and repairing drop cords, nor for the replacement of lamps or the connection of portable devices to receptacles which have been permanently installed. B. No permit shall be required for the installation of wiring, devices, apparatus or equipment used in the operation of signals or the transmission of intelligence where such wiring, devices, apparatus or equipment operates at a voltage not exceeding fifty (50) volts between conductors. (Prior code 7-5-4) same as though said code was specifically set forth in full herein; and at least three copies of said code shall be filed in the office of the clerk and kept available for public use and inspection. (Prior code Art. 7-6)

Chapter 15.24 SIGN CODE ADOPTED Sections: 15.24.010 Uniform Sign Code-Adopted.

15.24.010 Uniform Sign Code-Adopted. That certain code entitled "Unifom1 Sign Code," 1973 edition, copyrighted by the International Conference of Building Officials, is adopted as the Uniform Sign Code of the town of Hayden and made a part of this title the same as though said code was specifically set forth in full herein; and at least three copies of said code shall be filed in the office of the clerk and kept available for public use and inspection. (Prior code Art. 7-3)

Chapter 15.20 MECHANICAL CODE ADOPTED Sections: 15.20.010 Uniform Mechanical Code Adopted.

15.20.010 Uniform Mechanical Code-Adopted. That certain code entitled "Uniform Mechanical Code of 1973," copyrighted by the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials, is adopted as the Uniform Mechanical Code of the town of Hayden and made a part of this title the

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Chapter 15.28 ABATEMENT OF DANGEROUS BUILDINGS CODE ADOPTED Sections: 15.28.010 Uniform Code for the Abatement of Dangerous Buildings-Adopted. 15.28.020 ViolationPenalty. Chapter 15.32 BUILDING NUMBERING SYSTEM Sections: 15.32.010 Uniform system established. 15.32.020 Engineers duties. 15.32.030 Clerks duty. 15.32.040 Map provided. 15.32.050 New buildingsDuty of owner. 15.28.010 Uniform Code for the Abatement of Dangerous BuildingsAdopted. That certain document, known as "Uniform Code for the Abatement of Dangerous Buildings," three copies of which are on tile in tl1e office of the town clerk, which document was made a public record by Resolution No. 534 of the town, is referred to, adopted and made a part of this title as if fully set out in this chapter. (Ord. 95 1, 1992) 15.32.010 Uniform system established. There is established a uniform system for numbering buildings fronting on all streets, avenues, and public ways in the town and all such houses and buildings shall be numbered in accordance with the following provisions: A. The center line of 4th Street shall constitute the base line for numbering buildings along all streets running northerly and southerly, and shall be numbered "600" and Ray Avenue where it intersects with 4th Street shall constitute the base line for numbering buildings along all streets running easterly and westerly, and shall be numbered "200." B. The numbering of buildings on each street shall begin at the base line. All numbers shall be assigned on the basis of one hundred (100) per thousand feet, and where practicable, two numbers shall be assigned to each twenty (20) feet of frontage. C. All buildings on the right-hand side of each street running from the base line shall

15.28.020 ViolationPenalty. Any person found guilty of violating any provision of this chapter shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of not to exceed two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500.00) or by imprisonment for a period not to exceed six months, or by both such fine and imprisonment. Each day that a violation continues shall be a separate offense punishable as above described. (Ord. 95 2, 1992)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE bear even numbers. All buildings on the left-hand side of each street running from the base line shall bear odd numbers. D. All buildings facing streets not extending through to the base line shall be assigned the same relative numbers as if the said street had extended to the said base line. (Prior code 7-9-1) 15.32.040 Map provided. For the purpose of facilitating correct numbering and for providing a readily available reference source to the public, a map of all streets, avenues and public ways within the town, showing the proper numbers of all houses or other buildings and numbers assigned to unoccupied areas fronting upon all streets, avenues or public ways shall be prepared under the direction of the engineer and shall be kept on file in the office of the clerk. This map shall be open to inspection of all persons during the office hours of the clerk. When the map has been completed by the engineer in accordance with the provisions of this chapter, the engineer shall file the map with the clerk. Thereupon, public notice indicating completion, filing and availability of said map shall be given by the clerk in the manner provided by law concerning resolutions of the town. The owner, occupant or agent of each house or building which has been assigned its respective number shall within thirty (30) days of said public notice of the completion, filing and availability of said map, place or cause to be placed upon each house or building controlled or occupied by him, the number assigned under the uniform system as provided in this chapter. (Prior code 79-3)

15.32.020 Engineers duties. The engineer shall, when in his opinion sufficient survey data is available to accomplish the purposes and provisions of this chapter, assign to each house and other residential or commercial buildings or unoccupied frontage located on any street, avenue or public way in the town, its respective number under the uniform system provided for in this chapter. (Prior code 7-9-2)

15.32.030 Clerks duty. After the filing of the map provided for in Section 15.32.040 of this chapter, it shall be the duty of the clerk to inform any party applying therefor of the number or numbers belonging to or embraced within the limits of any said lot or property as provided in this chapter. In the case of conflict as to the proper number to be assigned to ar1y building, after the filing of the map provided for in Section 15.32.040 of this chapter, the engineer shall determine the number of such building. (Prior code 7-94)

15.32.050 New buildingsDuty of owner. Whenever any house, building or structure shall be erected or located in the town after the filing of the map provided for in Section 15.32.040 of this chapter, in order to

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE preserve the continuity and uniformity of numbers of the houses, buildings and structures, it shall be the duty of the owner to procure the correct number or numbers as designated by the clerk for the property and to immediately fasten the said number or numbers so assigned upon said building. (Prior code 7-9-5) 15.36.020 Residential fences. A. All residential fences shall be constructed on the property line. The type of fence constructed may be by mutual agreement of abutting owners. B. No fence bounding residential lots shall be higher than six feet in the rear and side yards, to the point of front yard set back. Front yard fences shall not be more than three feet in height for the purpose of safe vision and uniformity. C. No residential fence shall be constructed with barbed wire or any other type of single-strand wire. D. It is unlawful for anyone to install an electrical fence within the limits of the town. E. Any and all shrubs or bushes used as a fence around residential property must conform to the aforementioned regulations for safety purposes. (Prior code 7-11-1)

Chapter 15.36 FENCE CONSTRUCTION Sections: 15.36.010 Permit required. 15.36.020 Residential fences. 15.36.030 Industrial, commercial and school fences.

15.36.010 Permit required. A. Anyone desiring to install a fence must obtain a permit from the building inspector. The building inspector shall check to detemiine if the fence is being installed according to the provisions of this chapter and on the property line. B. Anyone in doubt of their property lines shall have them checked by a registered surveyor. C. Any fence presently standing and not in conformance to the provisions of this chapter may remain until such time as such fence is in need of repair or replacement. (Prior code 7-11-3) 15.36.030 Industrial, commercial and school fences. A. All fences enclosing industrial, commercial and school properties shall be a minimum of eight feet except on comer lots where the fence shall conform to setback regulations. B. All commercial or industrial fences may not have more than three strands of barbed wire, four inches between them above the top rail of the fence. (Prior code 7-1 1-2)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 16. SUBDIVISIONS

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Title 16

SUBDIVISIONS

(RESERVED)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 17. ZONING

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Title 17 ZONING Chapters: 17.04 General Provisions . 17.08 Establishment of Zones _ 17.12 R-1 Residential Zone 17.16 R-2 Residential Zone 17.20 R-3 Residential Zone 17.24 FC-1 Flood Channel Zone 17.28 C-1 Central Commercial Zone 17.32 C-2 General Commercial Zone 17.36 I-1 Industrial Zone 17.40 T-1 House Trailer Zone 17.44 Supplementary Regulations to Zones 17.48 Nonconforming Buildings and Uses 17.52 Board of Adjustment 17.56 Amendments and Annexations 17.60 Enforcement

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Chapter 17.04 GENERAL PROVISIONS Sections: 17.04.010 Title. 17.04.020 Purpose. 17.04.030 Intent. 17.04.040 Definitions. 17.04.050 Division of town into zones. 17.04.060 Declaration of considerations. 17.04.070 Interpretation. 17.04.010 Title. This title shall be known as and shall be entitled "the zoning ordinance of Hayden, Arizona," and may be so cited and pleaded. (Zoning ordinance, 1-1) 17.04.020 Purpose. The purposes of this title shall be to promote the health, safety, morals and general welfare of the present and future inhabitants of the town of Hayden, and: A. To encourage and facilitate the orderly growth and development of the town; B. To promote sanitation and the health of the inhabitants; C. To promote safety from tires, floods, traffic hazards and other dangers; D. To lessen congestion in the streets and prevent the over-crowding of land; G. To increase the security of home life and preserve and create a more favorable environment in which to rear children; H. To promote the development of a more wholesome, serviceable and attractive city. (Zoning ordinance, 1-2) 17.04.030 Intent. It is the intent of the town council of Hayden, Arizona, that the regulations and restrictions as set forth in this title shall be so interpreted and construed as to further the purpose of this title and to promote the objectives of the various zones. (Zoning ordinance, 1-5) 17.04.040 Definitions. For the purposes of this title, certain words and terms are defined as follows: Words in the present tense include the future and the future includes the present; the singular number includes the plural and the plural the singular; the word "lot" includes the word "plot," "tract" or "parcel of land," as the sense may require it; the term "erected" means "constructed," "altered," "moved" or "repaired;" the words "shall" and "must" are always mandatory. The word "district" is synonymous with the word "zone," and the term "building inspector" is synonymous with the term "zoning administrator." Words not included E. To secure economy in municipal expenditures and to facilitate adequate provisions for transportation, water, sewerage, schools, parks and other public requirements; F. To stabilize and improve property values;

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE herein, but which are defined in the Building Code shall be construed as defined therein. "Alley" means a passage or way open to public travel, affording generally a secondary means of vehicular access to abutting lots or upon which service entrances of building abut, and not intended for general traffic circulation. "Application details." Every application for a permit shall be accompanied with a drawing indicating roadways, mobilehome sites, water and sewer services. "Boarding house" means a dwelling otherwise permitted in the district in which it is situated in which more than one half of the rooms other than bathrooms or kitchens, but not more than five rooms, are occupied or offered for occupancy as guest rooms. "Building" means a structure having a roof supported by columns or walls. Building, accessory. "Accessory building" means a subordinate building the use of which is incidental to that of a main building on the same lot. Building, community. "Community building" means a public building designed or used for community activities of an educational, recreational or public service nature. "Building height" means the vertical distance from grade to the weighted average level of exterior walls of the building. Building, main. "Main building" means a building in which is conducted the principal use of the lot on which it is situated. In any residential district, any dwelling shall be deemed to be the main building on the lot on which the same is situated. "Car port" means any shelter open on two or more sides provided for storage of a moveable vehicle and provided that any such shelter shall not have more than four feet of enclosed wall space on the side next to the abutting lot. "Dwelling group" means a group of two or more buildings designed or used as dwellings which occupy a parcel of land in one ownership. Dwelling, multiple. "Multiple dwelling" means a building containing two or more family dwelling units. Dwelling, one-family. "One-family dwelling" means a detached building containing a onefamily dwelling unit. "Family dwelling unit" means a group of rooms including cooking accommodations occupied exclusively by one or more persons living as a single, nonprofit housekeeping unit. Garage, private. "Private garage" means an accessory building occupied, or intended for occupancy, by the motor vehicles of the families resident on the lot. Garage, public. "Public garage" means any building, except a building herein defined as a private garage, used for the storage or care of motor vehicles or where any such vehicles are equipped for operation, or kept for remuneration, hire or sale. "Guest room" means a room which is designed or intended for occupancy by, or which is occupied by, one or more guests for compensation, but in which no provision is made for cooking. "Home occupation" means any use customarily conducted entirely within a

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE dwelling and carried on by the inhabitant thereof which does not occupy more floor space than twenty-five (25) percent of the ground floor and which use is clearly incidental and secondary to the use of the dwelling for dwelling purposes and does not change the character thereof. Clinics, hospitals, barber shops, beauty parlors, tea rooms, tourist homes, real estate offices, animal hospitals, and all other uses which are similar to the foregoing by reason of the number of clients or customers involved, special machinery, apparatus or equipment used, or objectionable noise, odor or dust produced, shall not be deemed to be home occupations. However, offices of professional persons meeting the requirements of a home occupation shall be considered as a home occupation. There shall be no window display or other public display of any material or merchandise in connection with any home occupation. "Hospital," unless otherwise specified, means and includes sanitarium, preventorium, clinic, maternity home or rest home, and shall be deemed to mean a place for the treatment or other care of human ailments. "Hotel" means a building or group of buildings, other than a tourist court, or boarding house, as defined herein, which building or group of buildings have two or more guest rooms "Launderette-help yourself laundry" means a building within which washing machines are provided on a rental basis for use by individuals for doing their own laundry only. There shall be no outdoor drying facilities in connection with any help-yourself laundry. "Lot" means a parcel of land placed on record in accordance with laws and ordinances, or a parcel of land described by metes and bounds as shown on the records of the county. Lot, corner. "Corner lot" means a lot abutting two intersecting or intercepting streets, where the interior angle of intersection or interception does not exceed one hundred thirty-five (135) degrees. For purposes of this title, the shorter of the two street frontages of a comer lot shall be considered to be the front lot line. Lot, interior. "Interior lot" means a lot other than a comer lot. "Mobilehome" means a single dwelling unit, factory built and assembled, designed for conveyance, after fabrication, on the streets and highways, on its own wheels or on a flat bed or other trailers, and arriving "Residential use" means and includes one-family and multiple dwelling, dwelling groups. "Rooming house." See "boarding house." "School," unless otherwise specified, shall be limited to places of general instructions and shall not include nursery schools, dancing schools, riding academies, or trade or specialized vocational schools. "Sign" means any display of any letters, words, numerals, figures, devices, emblems, pictures, or any parts or combinations thereof by any means whereby the same are made visible and for the purpose of making anything known, whether such display be made on, attached to or as a part of a structure erected for the purpose, or on, attached to or as part of any other structure, surface or thing, including,

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE but not limited to, the ground or any rock, tree, or other natural object, which display is visible beyond the boundaries of the lot on which the same is made. "Story" means that portion of a building included between the surface of any floor and the surface of the next floor above it, or if there is no floor above it, then the space between the floor and the ceiling next above it. A mezzanine floor shall be counted as a story if it covers over forty (40) percent of the area of the floor next below it, or if the vertical distance from the floor next below it to the floor next above is over twenty (20) feet. A basement shall be counted as a story if its ceiling, or the bottom surface of the floor joists or beams if there is no ceiling, is not less than eight feet above the basement floor with at least fifty (50) percent of such height being above the level from which the building height is measured, or if it is used for business purposes or dwelling purposes. Street" means a public thoroughfare, including road, highway, drive land, avenue, place, boulevard and any other thoroughfare, which affords the principal means of access to abutting property. "Structural alteration" means any change in the supporting members of a building, such as bearing walls, columns, beams or girders. "Tourist courtmotel" means a building or group of buildings containing one or more guest rooms, having separate outside entrances for each such room or suite of rooms. "Trailer court" means a parcel of land on which are located or intended to be located two or more house trailers occupied for living purposes. Trailer, house. "House trailer" means a vehicle designated for movement on a public highway and designed or arranged to provide living accommodations. Use, accessory. "Accessory use" means a use incidental and accessory to the principal use of a lot or a building located on the same lot with the accessory use. "Yard" means an open space of uniform width or depth on the same lot with a building or group of buildings, which open space lies between the building or group of buildings and the nearest lot line and is unoccupied and unobstructed from the ground upward except for planting. In measuring a yard, as hereinafter provided, the line of a building shall be deemed to mean a line parallel to the nearest lot line drawn through the point of a building or the point of a group of buildings nearest to such lot line, and the measurement shall be taken at right angles from the line of the building to the nearest lot line. Yard, front. "Front yard" means a yard lying between the front line of the lot and the nearest line of the main building and extending across the full width of the lot. Yard, rear. "Rear yard" means a yard lying between the rear line of the lot and the nearest line of the main building and extending across the full width of the lot. Yard, side. "Side yard" means a yard lying between the side line of the lot and the nearest line of the main building and extending from the front yard to the rear yard, or, in the absence of either of such

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE yards, to the front or rear lot line, as the case may be. (Zoning ordinance, Art. 8) 17.04.050 Division of town into zones. In order to accomplish the purpose of this title, the town is divided into several zones and in each of the zones, the height and number of stories, the size of buildings and other structures, the percentage of a lot that may be occupied, the size of yards, courts and use of spaces, the density of population, the location and use of buildings, structures, and land are regulated and restricted as set forth in this title. (Zoning ordinance, 1-3) 17.04.060 Declaration of considerations. In establishing the zones, the boundaries thereof, and other regulations and restrictions applying within each of the zones, due and careful consideration was given among other things to the suitability of the land for particular uses, and to the character of the zone with a view to conserving the value of buildings and encouraging the most appropriate use of land throughout the town. (Zoning ordinance, 1-4) 17.04.070 Interpretation. In interpretating and applying the provisions of this title, the requirements contained herein are declared to be the minimum requirements for the purposes set forth. (Zoning ordinance, 1-6) Chapter 17.08 ESTABLISHMENT OF ZONES Sections: 17.08.010 Zones. 17.08.020 ZonesLocation. 17.08.030 Zones-Boundaries. 17.08.010 Zones. The town of Hayden, Arizona, is divided into zones as follows: R-1 residential zone R-2 residential zone R-3 residential zone FC-] flood channel zone C-1 central commercial zone C-2 general commercial zone I-1 industrial zone T-1 house trailer zone (Zoning ordinance, 2-1) 17.08.020 ZonesLocation. The location and boundaries of each of the zones are shown on the zone map dated January 19, 1959, and signed by the mayor and town clerk, entitled "Zone Map of Hayden, Arizona." Said map is declared to be an official record and a part of this title, and said zone map and all notation, references and other information shown thereon shall be as much a part of this title as if the matters and other information set forth by said map were fully described herein. (Zoning ordinance, 2-2) 17.08.030 ZonesBoundaries.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Where uncertainty exists with respect to the boundaries of various zones, the following rules shall apply: A. Where the intended boundaries on the zone map are approximately street or alley lines, said streets or alleys shall be construed to be the zone boundaries. B. Where the indicated boundaries are approximately lot lines, said lot lines shall be construed to be the zone boundaries, unless otherwise indicated. C. Where land has not been subdivided into lots and blocks, the zone boundary shall be determined by the use of the scale of measurement shown on the map. D. Where other uncertainty exists, the board of adjustment shall interpret the map. (Zoning ordinance, 2-3) 17.12.060 Height requirements. 17.12.070 Size of building. 17.12.080 Special provisions. 17.12.090 Supplementary regulations. 17.12.010 Objectives and general characteristics. A. The R-1 residential zone has been established as a district in which the primary use of the land is for residential purposes. This zone is characterized by one-family dwellings situated on spacious lots surrounded by well-kept lawns, trees, shrubs and other plantings. A minimum of vehicular and pedestrian traffic, and quiet residential conditions favorable to family life and the rearing of children is also characteristic of this zone. Representative of the uses within the R-l zone are onefamily dwellings, parks, playgrounds and community buildings. (Building and lodging houses, duplexes, triplexes, apartment houses and other multiple dwellings representative of higher density residential areas are not permitted in this zone, nor are commercial or industrial uses permitted therein.) B. The objectives in establishing the R-1 residential zone are: 1. To encourage the establishment and maintenance of a residential district within the town which has large uncrowded lots and houses which are surrounded by an

Chapter 17.12 R-1 RESIDENTIAL ZONE Sections: 17.12.010 Objectives and general characteristics. 17.12.020 Use requirements. 17.12.030 Area requirements. 17.12.040 Width requirements. 17.12.050 Location of buildings and structures.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE abundance of lawns, trees and shrubs; 2. To prohibit commercial and industrial uses of land or any other use of land or buildings which will interfere with or militate against establishment and maintenance of such a residential district. C. In order to accomplish the objectives and purposes of this title and to stabilize and promote the essential characteristics of this zone, the regulations contained in this chapter shall apply in the R-1 residential one. (Zoning ordinance, 3-1-1) 17.12.020 Use requirements. The following uses shall be permitted in the R-1 residential zone: A. One single-family dwelling on any lot; B. Schools, churches, libraries and community buildings; C. Parks and playgrounds; D. Fire stations and other necessary public and quasipublic buildings; E. Home occupation; F. Guest room rental for compensation; provided, however, that not more than one bedroom shall be used at a guest room, and provided that no facilities for the preparation or cooking or food are provided therewith; G. Quarters for servants employed on the premises may be constructed as an accessory building; provided, however, that no facilities for the preparation or cooking of food are provided therewith; H. Bulletin boards not to exceed eight square feet in area pertaining to the lease or sale of property. Also name plates in connection with dwellings, and home occupations provided such name plates do not exceed an area of one and one-half square feet. I. Fences, walls and hedges. J. Accessory buildings, including private garages and or carports for the storage of automobiles owned by persons residing on the premises, greenhouses for private use only, private swimming pools, pergolas and arbors. (Zoning ordinance, 3-l-2) 17.12.030 Area requirements. For each main building and uses accessory thereto, there shall be an area provided and maintained of at least seven thousand five hundred (7,500) square feet. (Zoning ordinance, 3-1-3) 17.12.040 Width requirements. The minimum width for any building site for a dwelling or other main building shall not be less than seventy-live (75) linear feet. (Zoning ordinance, 3-1-4) 17.12.050 Location of buildings and structures.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE A. Front Yard. All buildings shall have a minimum front yard of at least twenty (20) feet. B. Side Yard. All dwellings and other main buildings shall have two side yards, each having a width of not less than ten feet; provided, however, that on any lot having no access from an alley and where the garage or carport is not attached to the main building, one side yard shall have a width of at least fourteen (14) feet and the other side yard may be reduced to not less than twenty (20) feet for both main and accessory buildings and the other side yard may be reduced to not less than six feet. Where a garage or carport is not attached to the building, such garage or carport may be erected in the property line if it is located on the rear one-third of the lot. Where a carport as herein defined is attached to the house, it may be erected within six feet of the property line if the adjacent buildings are of the distance aslprovdded 111 this title. On any side where a kitchen or service porch entrance faces on a side lot line, there shall be a side yard of not less than ten feet. C. Rear Yard. All dwellings and other main buildings shall have a rear yard of at least twenty (20) feet, except for buildings having attached garages or carports, the rear yard may be reduced to ten feet. (Zoning ordinance, 3-1-5-3-1-5-3) 17.12.060 Height requirements. Buildings shall not exceed a height of one story or twenty (20) feet, whichever is greater, and dwellings shall be not less in height than one story or eight feet, whichever is greater. (Zoning ordinance, 3-1-6) 17.12.070 Size of building. The ground-floor area of any one-family dwelling, except quarters for servants, shall be not less than one thousand (1,000) square feet exclusive of open porches and arports. For servants quarters and other buildings, there shall be no size requirements. No servants quarters or automobile garages or other accessory buildings may be built upon a lot prior to the construction of the main building. (Zoning ordinance, 3-1-7) 17.12.080 Special provisions. A. Space around a building shall be kept free from refuse and debris. B. For buildings hereafter constructed, the yard space between the building and the street shall be landscaped and maintained in lawns, trees, shrubbery and other planting, except for permitted driveways. (Zoning ordinance, 3-l-8) 17.12.090 Supplementary regulations. For supplementary regulations to the R-1 residential zone, see Chapter 17.44 of this title. (Zoning ordinance, 3-1-9)

Chapter 17.16 R-2 RESH)ENTIAL ZONE Sections: 17.16.010 General objectives and characteristics of zone. 17.16.020 , Use requirements. 17.16.030 Area requirements.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 17.16.040 Width requirements. 17.16.050 Location of buildings and structures. 17.16.060 Height requirements. 17.16.070 Size of building requirements. 17.16.080 Special provisions. 17.16.090 Supplementary regulations. 2. To encourage the planting and maintenance of lawns, trees, shrubs and other landscape features as a means of promoting a more wholesome, serviceable and attractive community; 3. To prohibit commercial and industrial uses of land within the zone and to prohibit any other use which would substantially interfere with or militate against the development and continued use of the land within the zone for residential purposes. D. In order to accomplish the objectives and purposes of this title and to stabilize and promote the characteristic of the zone, the regulation contained in this chapter shall apply in the R-2 residential zone. (Zoning ordinance, 3-2-1) 17.16.020 Use requirements. The following uses shall be permitted in the R-2 zone: A. One single-family dwelling on any lot, also group dwelling; B. Churches, schools, libraries; C. Parks, playgrounds and community buildings; D. Fire stations and other necessary public and quasipublic buildings; E. Home occupations;

17.16.010 General objectives and characteristics of zone. A. The R-2 residential zone has been established as a district in which the primary use of the land is for residential purposes. This zone is characterized by substantial houses situated on lots having somewhat smaller areas and widths than is characteristic of the R-1 zone. B. Representative of the uses in this zone area are one-family dwellings, schools, parks, playgrounds and other community facilities. C. The objectives in establishing the R-2 residential zone are: 1. To encourage a residential environment within the town characterized by a more compact and denser residential development and a somewhat higher volume of vehicular and pedestrian traffic than is characteristic in the R-1 residential zone;

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE F. Guest room rental for compensations; provided, however, that no more than one bedroom is used as a guest room and provided that no facilities for the preparation and cooking of food is provided therewith; G. Quarters for servants employed on the premises provided such quarters are constructed in the main building or in an accessory building and provided, further, that no facilities for the preparation and cooking of food are furnished therewith; H. Bulletin boards not to exceed eight square feet in area pertaining in the lease or sale of property. Also name plates in connection with dwellings and home occupations, provided such name plates do not exceed an area of one and one-half square feet; I. Fences, walls and hedges; J. Accessory buildings, including private garages and/or carports for the storage of automobiles owned by persons residing on the premises, greenhouses for private use only, private swimming pools, pergolas, arbors. (Zoning ordinance, 3-2-2) 17.16.030 Area requirements. For each dwelling and uses accessory thereto, there shall be an area provided and maintained of at least tive thousand (5,000) square feet. For other main buildings there shall be no area requirements. (Zoning ordinance, 3-2-3) 17.16.040 Width requirements. The minimum width of any building site for dwellings or other main buildings shall not be less than fifty (50) linear feet. (Zoning ordinance, 3-2-4) 17.16.050 Location of buildings and structures. A. Front Yard. All buildings shall have a front yard of at least ten feet. B. Side Yard. All dwellings and other main buildings shall have two side yards, each having a width of not less than five feet; provided, however, that on any lot having no access from an alley and where the garage or carport is not attached to the main buildings, one side yard shall have a width of at least ten feet and the other side yard may be reduced to not less than three feet, provided further that on a comer lot, the side yard which abuts upon a street shall not be less than five feet (for both main and accessory buildings) and the other side yard may be reduced to not less than three feet. Where a garage or carport is not attached to the building, such garage or carport may be erected on the property line if it is located on the rear one-third of the lot. Where a carport, as herein defined, is attached to a dwelling, it may be erected within three feet of the property line if the adjacent buildings are of the distance as provided ir1 this title. on any side where a kitchen or service porch entrance faces on a side lot line, there shall be side yards provided of not less than five feet. C. Rear Yard. All dwellings and other main buildings shall have a rear yard of at least

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE tive feet. (Zoning ordinance, 3-2-5-3-2-53) 17.16.060 Height requirements. Buildings shall not exceed a height of one story or twenty (20) feet, whichever is the greater, and dwellings shall be not less in height than one story or eight feet, whichever is greater. Churches, schools, libraries and other community buildings shall not exceed a height of one foot for each foot of setback from the nearest public street. (Zoning ordinance, 3-2-6) 17.16.070 Size of building requirements. The ground floor area of any one-family dwelling, except quarters for servants, shall be not less than seven hundred twenty (720) square feet, exclusive of open porches and carports. For other buildings, there shall be no size requirements. For servants quarters there shall be no size requirements. No servants quarters or accessory buildings may be built on a lot prior to the construction of the main building. (Zoning ordinance, 3-2-7) 17.16.080 Special provisions. Space around buildings hereafter constructed, the yard space between the buildings and the street shall be landscaped and maintained in lawn, trees, shrubs and other plantings, except for permitted driveways. (Zoning ordinance, 3-2-8) 17.16.090 Supplementary regulations. For supplementary regulations to the R-2 residential zone, see Chapter 17.44 of this title. (Zoning ordinance, 3-2-9) Chapter 17.20 R-3 RESl])ENTIAL ZONE Sections: 17.20.010 General objectives and characteristics of zone. 17.20.020 Use requirements. 17.20.030 Area requirements. 17.20.040 Width requirements. 17.20.050 Location of buildings and structures. 17.20.060 Height requirements. 17.20.070 Size of building requirements. 17.20.080 Special provisions. 17.20.090 Supplementary regulations.

17.20.010 General objectives and characteristics of zone. A. The R-3 residential zone has been established as a district in which the primary use of the land is for residential purposes. This zone is characterized by more compact and denser residential development than either the R2 or R-1 residential zones. Somewhat smaller lots, narrower streets and a higher volume of vehicular and pedestrian traffic is also characteristic of the R-3 residential zone. In general, this zone is situated in the older, more central part of the town where the commingling of many types of residential

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE uses and community buildings has already taken place. In addition to the somewhat smaller lots and narrow streets, this zone is also characterized by the variety of dwelling types having widely varying forms and shapes. Representatives of the uses of this zone are one, two and three and four-family dwellings, apartment houses, and other multiple dwellings. B. The objectives in establishing the R-3 residential zone are: 1. To provide a district within the town in which nearly all types of residential buildings may be constructed and maintained; 2. To encourage the planting and maintenance of lawns, trees, shrubs and other landscape features as a means of promoting a more wholesome, serviceable and attractive community; 3. To prohibit commercial and industrial uses of land within the zone and to prohibit any other use which would substantially interfere with or militate against the development and continued use of the land within the zone for residential purposes. C. In order to accomplish the objectives and purposes of this title and to stabilize and promote the characteristics of this zone, the regulations contained in this chapter shall apply in the R-3 residential zone. (Zoning ordinance, 3-3-1) 17.20.020 Use requirements. The following uses shall be permitted in the R-3 zone: A. One single-family dwelling on any lot; B. Churches, schools, libraries and other community buildings; C. Parks and playgrounds; D. Fire stations and other necessary public and quasipublic buildings; E. Home occupations; F. Guest room rental; G. Quarters or servants employed on the premises; H. Bulletin boards not to exceed eight square feet in area pertaining to the lease or sale of property. Also name plates in connection with dwellings and home occupations, provided such name plates do not exceed an area of one and one-half feet; I. Fences, walls and hedges; J. Boarding houses and lodging houses; K. Clubs and fraternal buildings, except those the chief of activity of which is a service customarily carried on as a business; L. Convents, infirmaries, rest homes, daycare nurseries, foster family care homes, dormitories;

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE M. Accessory buildings, including private garages and/or carports for the storage of automobiles owned by persons residing on the premises, greenhouses for private use only, private swimming pools, pergolas, arbors; N. Other uses ruled by the planning commission to be similar to those above listed and in harmony with tl1e objectives and characteristics of the zone; O. Mobile homes. (Zoning ordinance, 3-3-2) 17.20.030 Area requirements. An area of not less than three thousand (3,000) square feet shall be provided and maintained for each dwelling and five hundred (500) additional square feet. For other main buildings there shall be no requirements. (Zoning ordinance, 3-3-3) 17.20.040 Width requirements. The minimum width of any building site for a dwelling or other main building shall be not less than forty (40) linear feet. (Zoning ordinance, 3-3-4) 17.20.050 Location of buildings and structures. A. Front Yard as Amended August 26, 1963-R-3 Zone. All buildings shall have a minimum front yard of at least five feet. B. Side Yards as Amended August 26, l963R-3 Zone. On comer lots, the side yard which abuts upon a street shall be not less than five (5) feet. (Zoning ordinance, 3-3-5-3-3-5-2) 17.20.060 Height requirements. G. Mobilehomes shall not be higher than All dwellings shall have a height of at least eight feet. (Zoning ordinance, 3-3-6) 17.20.070 Size of building requirements. There shall be no requirements for the size of buildings except that the main building and all accessory buildings shall not cover more than eighty (80) percent of the lot area. (Zoning ordinance, 3-3-7) 17.20.080 Special provisions. A. Space around buildings shall be kept free of refuse and debris. B. For buildings hereafter constructed, the yard space between the buildings and the streets shall be landscaped and maintained in lawn, trees and shrubs and other plantings except for permitted driveways. C. In the event that a building is replaced, such buildings must comply with the provisions of this title, except as may be permitted by the Board of Adjustment. D. Mobilehomes upon approval of the application by the building inspector may be placed on individual lots in zone R-3. E. Mobilehomes shall be placed on a cement slab four inches thick and at least the size of the unit. Wheels must be removed. F. Anchor hooks must be placed in the slab in such a manner to permit anchoring the unit to the slab. There shall be at least eight tie downs.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE two feet above the slab with all utilities connected below. H. Mobilehomes shall be enclosed with an approved type of skirting to prevent the entrance of rodents or other animals. I. Storage of any items beneath the unit is prohibited. J. Mobilehomes permitted on R-3 zones must be in form to the requirements of that zone. Any nonconformity must be approved by the planning and zoning commission. K. The minimum size or square feet of floor space for any mobilehome shall be four hundred (400) square feet. L. Only one mobilehome shall be permitted on any one lot as per plat of tl1e town of Hayden. M. Canopies or awnings may be attached to any mobilehome and may be enclosed for recreation purposes as a sun room, but not as a bedroom or sleeping quarters. No enclosures shall be elevated more than six inches above ground level, and not to exceed ten feet in width, nor the length or height of the mobilehome, or enclosed on three sides with materials which have visual contact. N. All water and sewer services shall be connected according to this code. (Zoning ordinance, 3-3-8) 17.20.090 Supplementary regulations. For supplementary regulations to the R-3 residential zone, see Chapter 17.44 of this title. (Zoning ordinance, 3-3-9)

Chapter 17.24 FC-1 FLOOD CHANNEL ZONE. Sections: 17.24.010 General objectives and characteristics of zone. o 17.24.020 lr Use requirements. 17.24.030 Area requirements. 17.24.040 Width requirements. 17.24.050 Location of buildings and structures. 17.24.060 Height requirements. 17.24.070 Size of building requirements. 17.24.080 Special provisions. 17.24.090 Supplementary regulations.

17.24.010 General objectives and characteristics of zone. A. The FC-1 flood channel zone covers the bottoms of canyons and washes which have historically been subjected to floods and is characterized by parks, playgrounds and other open land uses which will likely _ not be seriously damaged in times of floods.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE B. The objectives in establishing the FC- 1 flood channel zone is to reduce the hazard to life and property from floods by preserving the land either in its open, unimproved condition or by constructing improvements which are minimum in the event of floods. C. In order to accomplish the purposes of this title and to promote the objective of this zone, the regulations in this chapter shall apply in the FC-1 flood channel zone. (Zoning ordinance, 3-4-1) 17.24.020 Use requirements. The following uses shall be permitted in the FC-1 flood channel zone: A. Drainage structures and revetment works; B. Parks, playgrounds; C. Public and quasipublic buildings when approved by the board of adjustment; D. Public utility buildings and structures when approved by the board of adjustment. (Zoning ordinance, 3-4-2) 17.24.030 Area requirements. Three shall be no area requirements in the FC-1 zone. (Zoning ordinance, 3-4-3) 17.24.040 Width requirements. There shall be no width requirements in the FC-1 zone. (Zoning ordinance, 3-4-4) Chapter 17.28 C-1 CENTRAL COMMERCIAL ZONE Sections: 17.28.010 General objectives and characteristics of zone. 17.24.050 Location of buildings and structures. There shall be no location requirements in the FC-1 zone except as required by the board of adjustments. (Zoning ordinance, 3-4-5) 17.24.060 Height requirements. There shall be no requirements in the FC-l zone. (Zoning ordinance, 3-4-6) 17.24.070 Size of building requirements. There shall be no requirements to the size of buildings. (Zoning ordinance, 3-4-7) 17.24.080 Special provisions. In order to make sure that little or no damage will occur as a result of floods, all buildings and structures located in the FC-1 flood channel zone except for drainage facilities and structures shall be approved by the board of adjustments. (Zoning ordinance, 3-4-8) 17.24.090 Supplementary regulations. For supplementary regulations to the FC- 1 flood channel zone, see. Chapter 17.44 of this title. (Zoning ordinance, 3-4-9)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 17.28.020 Use requirements. 17.28.030 Area requirements. 17.28.040 Location of buildings and structures. 17.28.050 Height requirements. 17.28.060 Size of building requirements. 17.28.070 Special provisions. 17.28.080 Supplementary regulations. continued use of the land as a central commercial and financial area have been relegated to other zones. C. The objectives in establishing the C-1 central commercial zone are: 1. To encourage the development and continued use of the land as the central business district of .the town. and surrounding territory; 2. To encourage expansion in shopping and commercial services commensurate with the expanded needs to present and future inhabitants of the town; 3. To encourage the development of the district with conunercial and service uses in such a manner as to minimize traffic and parking congestion; 4. To prohibit residential, industrial and heavy commercial uses and to prohibit any other use which would thwart or substantially interfere with the development and continued use of the land for its primary purpose; 5. To prevent the scattering of commercial uses into residential areas. 6. To allow churches and apartment buildings (amendment 7-6-62); D. In order to accomplish the objectives and purposes of this title and to stabilize

17.28.010 General objectives and characteristics of zone. A. The C-l central commission zone has been established as a district in which the primary use of the land is for commercial establishments and civic buildings. This zone is situated in the central part of the community and is intended to serve as the business and civic center of the town and surrounding territory. Of great importance is that the land within this zone be actually developed as permitted, otherwise, the town will lack the advamages of a central commercial center. This zone is characterized by attractive, well lighted business and civic buildings, wide streets and off-street vehicular parking lots. B. Representative of the uses within this zone are banks, hotels, office buildings, civic buildings and a wide variety of retail stores and service shops. However, dwellings and other uses which tend to militate against the development and

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE and promote the characteristics of this zone, the regulations contained in this chapter shall apply in the C-1 central commercial zone. (Zoning ordinance, 3-5-1) 17.28.020 Use requirements. The following uses shall be permitted in the C-1 central commercial zone: 1. Retail sales establishments; 16. Home occupations; 2. Appliance service establishments; 17. Hospitals, clinics, sanitariums; 3. Bakery for on-site retail only; 18. Hotels; 4. Banks and other financial institutions; 5. Beer parlors and bars, when approved by the common council; 6. Bulletin boards; 7. Cafes, restaurants, cafeterias, tea rooms; 8. Clinics (dental and medical) and laboratories; 9. Clubs and fratemal societies; 10. Commercial garages, but not including auto wrecking; 11. Dance halls and night clubs, provided prior approval is obtained from the common council; 12. Dwellings, provided the ground floor of the buildings in which the 19. Launderettes, self-service; 20. Newspaper and printing shops; 21. Offices, business and professional; 22. Parking lots; 23. Personal service shops, such as barber shops and beauty parlors; 24. Pressing, altering and repairing of wearing apparel; 25. Public buildings, including museums, recreation buildings, civic buildings, libraries, hospitals; 26. Public utility buildings and structures; 27. Radio and television stores and repairing: 14. Funeral establishments, mortuaries; 15. Glass cutting and installations; dwelling is located is devoted exclusively to business or other uses permitted in this zone; 13. Fences, walls, hedges;

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 28. Schools (public); 29. Service stations; 30. Signs when attached to a building advertising articles or products for sale in the building to which the sign is attached, provided such signs are not over one hundred (100) square feet in area and do not flash or scintillate; 31. Theaters (indoors); 32. Tourist cabins, motels and tourist homes; (a) Construction and use of church building, (b)Construction and use of apartments and apartment buildings; 33. Other uses ruled by the board of adjustment to be similar to the above listed uses and in harmony with the objectives and characteristics of this zone. (Zoning ordinance, 3-5-2) 17.28.030 Area requirements. There shall be no area requirements in the C-1 central commercial zone. (Zoning ordinance, 3-5-3) 17.28.040 Location of buildings and structures. There shall be no location requirements in the C-1 central commercial zone, except wherever a lot upon which a commercial structure is proposed to be built is adjacent to the boundary of a residential district there shall be provided side yards and rear yards equal to the side and rear yards required in the adjoining residential district for dwellings. (Zoning ordinance, 3-5-4) 17.28.050 Height requirements. No building shall exceed a height of three stories or fortyiive (45) feet, whichever is the greater distance. (Zoning ordinance, 35-5) 17.28.060 Size of building requirements. There shall be no size of building requirements in the C-1 central commercial zone. (Zoning ordinance, 3-5-6) 17.28.070 Special provisions. A. Where a side or rear yard is required, such yard space shall be landscaped and maintained in lawn, trees, shrubs and other plantings except for permitted driveways. B. In order to maintain an attractive and well-ordered central commercial district, the storage of all merchandise, materials and equipment (except for vehicles in running order) shall be conducted entirely within a building. C. The entire lot shall be kept free from refuse, debris and waste material and all such refuse, debris and waste material shall be kept in approved containers and stored in accordance with the rules and regulations of the department of health. (Zoning ordinance, 3-5-7)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 17.28.080 Supplementary regulations. For supplementary regulations to the C-1 central commercial zone, see Chapter 17.44 of this title. (Zoning ordinance, 3-5-8) zone is characterized by a mixture of business buildings, craft shops, warehouses, and incidental manufacturing and industrial enterprises conducted in connection with retail establishments. B. The objectives in establishing the C-2 general commercial zone are: 1. To encourage the development and continued use of the land for general commercial purposes; 2. To promote the creation of new commercial enterprises and to encourage the expansion of existing commercial enterprises within the zone; 3. To assure the availability of commercial land as the need for such land arises; 4. To prevent the scattering of commercial uses into residential areas. C. In order to accomplish the objectives and purposes of this title and to stabilize and support the essential characteristics of this zone, the regulations set forth in this chapter shall apply in the C-2 general commercial zone. (Zoning ordinance, 3-61) 17.32.020 Use requirements. he following uses shall be permitted in the C-2 zone:

Chapter 17.32 C-2 GENERAL COMMERCIAL ZONE Sections: 17.32.010 General objectives and characteristics of zone. 17.32.020 Use requirements. 17.32.030 Area requirements. 17.32.040 Width requirements. 17.32.050 Location of building and structures. 17.32.060 Height requirements. 17.32.070 Size of building requirements. 17.32.080 Special provisions. 17.32.090 Supplementary regulations.

17.32.010 General objectives and characteristics of zone. A. The C-2 zone has been established as a district in which the primary use of the land is for general commercial purposes. This

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE A. Any use permitted in the C-l central commercial zone; B. Bakery for retail and wholesale purposes; C. Bottling of soft drinks and food products; D. Cleaner and dyer plants, wholesale; 17.32.040 Width requirements. E. Cold storage plants; F. Electric sign shops, sign painting; G. Express storage and delivery stations; H. Fixit shops; I. Ice manufacturing and storage; J. Lumber yards, excluding sawmills and building wrecking yards; K. Petroleum storage (above ground); L. Plumbing shops; M. Signs, when attached to building advertising articles or products for sale in the building to which the sign is attached, provided such signs are not over one hundred (100) square feet in area and do not flash or scintillate; N. Theater, outdoor; O. Trailers in approved trailer courts; P. Other uses ruled by the board of adjustment to be similar to the above-listed 17.32.050 Location of building and structures. There shall be no location requirements for buildings and structures in the C-2 general commercial zone, except that wherever a lot on which a commercial structure is proposed to be built is adjacent to the boundary of a residential zone, there shall be provided side yard and rear yard equal o the side and rear yards required in the residential district for dwellings. (Zoning ordinance, 3-6-5) 17.32.060 Height requirements. There shall be no height requirements in the C-2 general commercial zone. (Zoning ordinance, 3-6-6) 17.32.070 Size of building requirements. There shall be no size of building requirements in the C-2 general commercial zone. (Zoning ordinance, 3-6-7) There shall be no width requirements in the C2~.generalconunercia1 zone. (Zoning ordinance, 3-6-4) uses and in harmony with the objectives and characteristics of this zone. (Zoning ordinance, 3-6-2) 17.32.030 Area requirements. There shall be no area requirements in the C-2 general commercial zone. (Zoning ordinance, 3-6-3)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 17.32.080 Special provisions. A. Space around buildings shall be kept free from refuse and debris and all refuse and debris shall be placed in approved containers and stored as required by the rules and regulations of the board of health. B. Wherever side and rear yards are kept landscaped and maintained in lawn, trees, shrubs and other plantings except for permitted driveways. C. All storage of equipment, materials and merchandise except for vehicles in running order shall be conducted within a building or enclosed within a masonry wall or metal fence at least six feet in height. (Zoning ordinance, 3-6-8) 17.32.090 Supplementary regulations. For supplementary regulations to the C-2 general commercial zone, see Chapter 17.44 of this title. (Zoning ordinance, 3-6-9) 17.36.050 Location of building and structures. 17.36.060 Height requirements. 17.36.070 Size of building requirements. 17.36.080 Special provisions. 17.36.090 Supplementary regulations. 17.36.010 General objectives and characteristics of zone. A. The I-l industrial zone has been established as a district in which the primary use of the land is for industrial purposes. Land lying within this zone is largely devoted to manufactu1ing, milling and ore processing and reduction or is open unim proved land. B. While much of the land within this zone is currently unused, it is intended that the land within this zone shall be retained in its present use or shall be reserved for industrial uses, and that manufacturing, processing and industrial or general commercial uses shall be directed into this zone as the need arises. C. It is also intended that dwellings and other uses which tend to thwart or substantially interfere with the use of the land for its primary purpose shall be excluded from this zone. D. The objectives in establishing the I-1 industrial zone are:

Chapter 17.36 I-1 INDUSTRIAL ZONE Sections: 17.36.010 General objectives and characteristics of zone. 17.36.020 Userequirements. 17.36.030 Area requirements. 17.36.040 Width requirements.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 1. To provide space for manufacturing and industrial uses within the town in appropriate locations; 2. To encourage the expansion of existing industry within the zone and to promote the creation of new industry to the end that economic and social well-being of the city and its inhabitants shall be enhanced thereby; 3. To stabilize and broaden the tax base; 4. To prevent the encroachment of industrial uses into other zones. E. In order to accomplish the objectives and purposes of this title and to stabilize and protect the use of land within this zone, the regulations contained in this chapter shall apply in the I-1 zone. (Zoning ordinance, 3-7-1) 17.36.020 Use requirements. The following uses shall be permitted in the I-1 zone: l. Manufacturing, processing and assembling of materials, products, buildings and structures therefor; 2. Mining, milling and the smelting of ore, and buildings and structures therefor; 3. Automobile wrecking and auto crushing; 4. Automobile body and fender shop; 5. Automobile painting; 6. Blacksmith shop; 7. Bottling works; 8. Cafes; 9. Carpenter or woodworking shops and milling; 10. Rock cmshers; 11. Concrete mixing plants; 12. Enameling, japanning, lacquering, galvanizing and plating of metals; 13. Iron works; 14. Metal fabrication; 15. Forging, casting, rollings, rod drawing, boiler and tank works; 16. Offices; 17. Parking lots; 18. Plumbing shops; r 19. Public utility buildings and structures; 20. Public buildings and structures; 21. Service stations;

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 22. Railroad tracks, spurs and switches; 23. Outdoor advertising signs, billboards; 24. Craft shops, including such craft shops as carpenter shops, milling establishments, sign shops, blacksmith shops, sheet metal shops, plumbing shops, tinsmithing, tire recapping, upholstery shops, welding shops; 25. Wholesale and warehousing establishments; 26. Material storage establishments; 27. Junk yards, salvage yards; 28. Caretakers dwellings, for the accommodation of employees and families of an industrial establishment, also company owned dwellings and boarding houses; 29. Trailers in approved trailer courts; 30. Other uses ruled by the board of adjustment to be similar to those above listed and in harmony with the objectives and purposes of the I1 industrial zone. (Zoning ordinance, 3-7-2) 17.36.030 Area requirements. There shall be no area requirements in the I1 industrial zone. (Zoning ordinance, 3-73) 17.36.040 Width requirements. There shall be no width requirements in the I-1 industrial zone. (Zoning ordinance, 3-7-4) 17.36.050 Location of buildings and structures. There shall be no location requirements for buildings and structures in the I-1 industrial zone. (Zoning ordinance, 3-7-5) 17.36.060 Height requirements. There shall be no height requirements in the I-1 industrial zone. (Zoning ordinance, 37-6) 17.36.070 Size of building requirements. There shall be no size of building requirements in the I-1 industrial zone. (Zoning ordinance, 3-7-7) 17.36.080 Special provisions. Adequate sanitary facilities shall be provided as evidenced by a letter of approval from the State Health Department. (Zoning ordinance, 3-7-8) 17.36.090 Supplementary regulations. For supplementary regulations to the I-1 industrial zone, see Chapter 17.44 of this title. (Zoning ordinance, 3-7-9)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Chapter 17.40 T-1 HOUSE TRAILER ZONE Sections: 17.40.010 Purpose. 17.40.020 Mobilehome parks or trailercoach parks Establishment. 17.40.030 Requirements for application. 17.40.040 Minimum site and development standards. 17.40.050 Use requirements. 17.40.060 Minimum sanitary and utility requirements. 17.40.070 Canopies, skirting and utility buildings. 17.40.080 Fees. zones known as T-1 upon approval of application by the town council. (Zoning ordinance, 3-8-2) 17.40.030 Requirements for application. Every application for a permit shall be accompanied with a drawing indicating the location of roadways, mobilehome sites, service facilities in sufficient detail to permit the town council to determine compliance with various town codes and this title. (Zoning ordinance, 3-83) 17.40.040 Minimum site and development standards. A. All mobilehome sites or spaces shall have a minimum area of at least two thousand two hundred fifty (2,250) square feet. The area of such site shall be completed exclusively on roads and other required facilities. B. Each mobilehome site or space shall be provided with a concrete slab not less than four inches in depth and the size of the whole home to be placed on it. C. The required front, side and rear yards free an clear of structures in the following minimum: l. Front yardten feet; 2. Side yard-five feet; 3. Rear yardfive feet. On comer lots that abut a street or roadway, the minimum side yard shall be ten feet.

17.40.010 Purpose. The purpose of this chapter is to guide and promote the public health, welfare and safety of the town by regulating trailercoach or mobilehome parks in said town, specify minimum site and development standards, and provide sanitary requirements. (Zoning ordinance, 3-8-1) 17.40.020 Mobilehome parks or trailercoach parks-Establishment. Mobilehome or trailer-coach parks may be established within the town in districts or

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE D. Roadways shall be of sufficient width to permit two moving lanes of traffic plus parking area on each side. E. All mobilehomes shall be set on blocks permanently on the cement slab, wheels shall be removed and enclosed by a metal skirting to prevent animals and rodents from existing beneath the unit. Storage of any articles except the wheels is prohibited beneath the mobilehome. (Zoning ordinance, 3-8-4) 17.40.050 Use requirements. The following uses shall be permitted in T-1 zone: A. Single-family mobilehomes on each site; B. Accessory buildings, carports or canopies permitted if they meet space requirements; C. Home occupations if contained in the mobilehome itself; D. Other uses as ruled by the planning and zoning commission. (Zoning ordinance, 38-5) 17.40.060 Minimum sanitary and utility requirements. A. All mobilehomes must have approved National Underwrites, toilets, plumbing fixtures and other appliances. B. Plumbing fixtures shall be connected to the public sanitary sewer of the town of Hayden. H. Telephone lines shall meet the regulations of the telephone company and the town of Hayden. (Zoning ordinance, 3-8-6) 17.40.070 Canopies, skirting and utility buildings. A. Each mobilehome shall be skirted and so constructed to be attached to the mobilehome and fastened at the bottom to make it impossible for entrance of rodents or animals. A screened area shall be provided on each side for ventilation purposes. B. Canopies or awnings may be attached to any mobilehome and may be used for sun rooms, recreation rooms or carports, providing side yard requirements are met. C. Water supply shall be from the town of Hayden. D. Fuel oil tanks shall be located in an inconspicuous place. E. All residents shall comply with the garbage ordinance of the town of Hayden. F. All service connections shall comply with the building, plumbing and electrical codes of the town of Hayden. G. The mobilehome park shall have sufficient street lights in number and intensity to permit a safe movement of vehicles and pedestrians at night. All lines for such lights shall meet the regulations of the electric company.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE C. Each mobilehome shall be required to have one utility building and shall be erected on a cement slab. (Zoning ordinance, 3-8-7) 17.40.080 Fees. The council may establish fees for inspection, occupancy, permits, water and sewer services to the park by resolution. (Zoning ordinance, 3-8-8) 17.44.100 Conservation of values. 17.44.110 Exception to front and side setback requirements. 17.44.120 Flood channels and water courses. 17.44.130 Land previously subdivided. 17.44.140 Uses. 17.44.150 Parking and loading space. Chapter 17.44 SUPPLEMENTARY REGULATIONS TO ZONES Sections: 17.44.010 Effect of chapter. 17.44.020 Yard space for one building only. 17.44.030 Sale or lease of required space. 17.44.040 Sale of lots below minimum pace requirements. 17.44.050 Yards to be unobstructedExceptions. 17.44.060 Minimum height of dwelling. 17.44.070 Clear view of intersecting streets. 17.44.080 Effect of official mapDepth of front yard. 17.44.090 Width requested for dwelling sites. 17.44.010 Effect of chapter. The regulations set forth in this chapter nullify and supplement, as the case may be, the zone regulations appearing elsewhere in this title. (Zoning ordinance, 4-l) 17.44.020 Yard space for one building only. No required yard or other open space around an existing building, or which is hereafter provided around any building, for the purpose of complying with the provisions of this title shall be considered as providing a yard or other open space for any other building, nor shall any yard or other required open space on an adjoining lot be considered as providing the yard or open space on the lot whereon a building is to be erected or established. (Zoning ordinance, 4-2) 17.44.160 Location of gasoline pumps. 17.44.170 Vacant lots and damaged structures.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 17.44.030 Sale or lease of required space. No space needed to meet the width, yard, area, coverage, parking or the other requirements of this title for a lot or building unless other space so complying is provided. (Zoning ordinance, 4-3) 17.44.040 Sale of lots below minimum space requirements. No parcel of land which has less than the minimum width and area requirements for the zone in which it is located may be cut off from a larger parcel of land for the purpose, whether immediate or future, of building or development as a lot, except by pemiit from the board of adjustment. (Zoning ordinance, 4-4) 17.44.050 Yards to be ` unobstructed Exceptions. Every part of a required yard shall be open to the sky and unobstructed except for permitted accessory buildings and for ordinary projection of sills, belt courses, cornices and other ornamental features. Unenclosed steps andun-walled stoops and porches may project into the side yard not more than three feet, or into a front or rear yard not more than three feet, or into a front or rear yard not more than seven feet. (Zoning ordinance, 4-5) 17.44.060 Minimum height of dwelling. No dwelling shall be erected to a height of less than eight feet above grade, or less than a height of one story above grade, whichever is higher. (Zoning ordinance, 46) 17.44.070 Clear view of intersecting streets. In all zones which require a front yard, no obstruction to view in excess of two feet in height shall be placed on any comer lot within a triangular area formed by the street property lines and a line connecting them at points thirty-tive (35) feet from the intersection of the street lines, except for a reasonable number of trees pruned l1igh enough to permit unobstructed views to automobile drivers, and except for pumps at gasoline service stations. (Zoning ordinance, 4-7) 17.44.080 Effect of official map- Depth of front yard. Wherever a front yard is required for a lot facing on a street for which an official map has been recorded, the depth of such front yard shall be measured from the mapped street line as shown on the official map or from the existing street right-of-way line, whichever is the greater distance. (Zoning ordinance, 4-8) 17.44.090 Width requested for dwelling sites. At least one side of each lot used as a dwelling site shall abut upon a public street, and the length of such abutting side shall be at least as great as the frontage required for dwelling sites in the zone in which such building site is located, except as may be approved by the board of adjustment. (Zoning ordinance, 4-9)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 17.44.100 Conservation of values. A. The outside surface of buildings and structures which are constructed of wood shall be coated with paint or other wood preservation before such building or structure is occupied or used. B. Wherever a front yard is required by this title, such yard shall be planted and maintained in lawn, trees, shrubs, or other plantings or landscape features except for areas covered by walks, driveways and structures. C. No trash, rubbish and debris liable to contribute to the fire hazard shall be allowed to remain on any lot outside of approved containers. (Zoning ordinance, 4-l0) 17.44.110 Exception to front and side setback requirements. The setback from the street for any dwelling located between two existing dwellings in any residential zone may be the same as the average for said two existing dwellings, provided that the minimum setback shall be ten feet for any dwelling. (Zoning ordinance, 4-11) 17.44.120 Flood channels and water courses. No building or structure shall be construed within the FC-1 zone or within seventy-five (75)feet ofthe banks of a natural flood channel except as permitted by the board of adjustment. The boards of adjustment shall not grant a permit for a building or structure unless and until adequate measures are taken to prevent damage due to floods. (Zoning ordinance, 4-12) 17.44.130 Land previously subdivided. The requirements of this title as to area and width shall not be construed to prevent the use for a one-family dwelling of any legal site or parcel of land in any district in which dwellings are permitted in the event that such lot or parcel of land was on record at the time the ordinance codified in this title became effective. (Zoning ordinance, 4-13) 17.44.140 Uses. Uses which are not expressly permitted within a zone are expressly prohibited therein. (Zoning ordinance, 4-14) 17.44.150 Parking and loading space. The intent of this section is to encourage the parking of vehicles off the public streets so as to improve safety, reduce congestion, and facilitate street maintenance and traffic circulation. A. Off-Street Parking Required. There shall be provided at the time of the erection of any building, or at the time any main building is enlarged or increased in capacity, minimum off-street parking space with adequate provisions for ingress and egress from the street to each parking space by standard-sized automobiles as hereinafter provided. A minimum area of two hundred (200) square feet, plus adequate provision for ingress and egress from the street to each parking space shall

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE be considered as a space for one automobile. B. Parking Space for Dwellings. In all zones, except those in which dwellings are not permitted, there shall be provided space for the parking of one automobile for each dwelling unit in a new dwelling, or each dwelling unit added in the case of the enlargement of an existing building. Where the designated parking space is not enclosed in a private garage or carport or other building, sufficient yards surrounding the parking space shall be provided so that the automobile can be enclosed within a building or carport having yards which will comply with the requirements set forth in this title except as may be permitted by the board of adjustment. C. Parking Space for Buildings or Uses Other Than Dwellings. For a new building, or for any enlargement or increase in setting capacity, floor area, or guest rooms of any existing main building, off-street parking shall be provided and maintained as follows: 1. For churches, theaters, general auditoriums and stadiums, at least one parking space for every ten seats in the main assembly hall; 2. For schools, at least one space for each teaching station; 3. For hospitals, at least one parking space for each two beds; 4. For medical and dental clinics, at least two parking spaces shall be provided for each doctor or dentist having offices in such clinic, or one space for each four hundred (400) square feet of office floor space, whichever is greater; 5. For tourist courts, hotels and apartment hotels, at least one parking space for each individual sleeping room or living unit up to and including the first twenty (20) units, and at least one parking space for each one and one-half units in excess of twenty (20) units; 6. For boarding houses, lodging houses and dwelling units occupied by more than three persons not related by blood or marriage, at least one parking space for each automobile used or parked on or about the premises by persons accommodated in such building; 7. For restaurants, cafes and similar eating establishments that serve meals, lunches or drinks to patrons inside a building and for retail stores selling directly to the public, and for dance halls and recreational places of assembly, at least one parking space shall be provided, for each four hundred (400) square feet of floor space in the building, and at least one space for each two employees working on the highest employment shift; 8. For drive-ins that sell ice cream, soft drinks or other food to customers in automobiles, at least twelve (12) off-street parking spaces;

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 9. For mortuaries, at least thirty (30) parking spaces or one space for each twenty-five (25) square feet in the assembly room or chapel; 10. For all industrial uses not listed above, one parking space for each two employees working on the highest employment shift. Where benches are used, twenty (20) inches of bench space shall be considered as space for one seat. Where movable chairs are used seven square feet of floor space shall be considered as space for one seat. D. Location of Parking Space-Collective Use. l. Parking space as required above Shall be on the same lot as the main building except as allowed under collective use; provided, however, that parking space for buildings in the C-1 central commercial zone shall be located within a distance of not to exceed four hundred (400) feet from said building. 2. Parking space for two or more buildings, as required in this title, may be combined into one lot provided the number of parking spaces is at least equal to the number required when computed separately. E. Parking Space Regulations. Every parcel of land hereafter used as a parking lot shall have appropriate bumper guards where needed, as determined by the zoning administrator. Any lights used to illuminate the area shall be so arranged as to reflect the light away from adjoining premises in any residential zone. No parking space shall be located within the required front yard or within the required side yards which face upon a public street. All parking spaces shall be located within two hundred (200) feet of the building except in the C-l zone. F. Off-Street Truck Loading Space. On the same premises with every building used for the storage and warehousing of goods or for the receipt and distribution of goods by automobile vehicles, there shall be provided and maintained on the lot adequate space For standing, loading and unloading services in order to avoid undue interference with public use of the street or alleys. Such space unless otherwise adequately provided for, shall include a ten foot by twenty-five (25) foot loading space with a minimum fourteen (14) feet height in clearance for every twenty thousand (20,000) square feet of floor space or. fraction thereof in the building. (Zoning ordinance, 4-15-4-15-6) 17.44.160 Location of gasoline pumps. Gasoline pumps shall be set back not less than fifteen (15) feet from any street rightof-way line and not closer than twelve (12) feet from any residential zone boundary line. If a pump island is set in an angle on the property, it shall be so located that automobiles stopped for service will not extend over the property line. (Zoning ordinance, 4-16)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 17.44.170 Vacant lots and damaged structures. Vacant lots shall be kept free of weeds and debris. All debris resulting from fire or other calamity shall be removed within ninety (90) days, except unsafe structures shall be immediately razed and removed, or shall be supported in such manner as to remove danger, as may be determined by the building inspector. Partly damaged and unsightly structures, whether resulting from fire or other calamity or from natural causes, shall be repaired or removed within ninety (90) days of notice thereof. (Zoning ordinance, 4-17) In view of the fact that new and additional buildings, structures and uses of land must conform to the provisions of this chapter, no nonconforming use of buildings, structures or land shall be extended or enlarged. Nevertheless, the nonconforming use of buildings, structures and land may be continued to the same extent and character as that which existed on the effective date of the ordinance codified in this title. (Zoning ordinance, 6-1) 17.48.020 Repairs. Repairs may also be made to the nonconforming building or to a building housing a nonconforming use, but no permit shall be issued which will have the effect of increasing the floor space devoted to the nonconforming use or of increasing the capacity or the volume of business. (Zoning ordinance, 62) 17.48.030 Alterations. Alterations in nonconforming buildings or in a building housing a nonconforming use may also be made, provided such alterations will not have the effect of increasing the floor space devoted to the nonconforming use or of increasing the capacity or volume of business. (Zoning ordinance, 6-3) 17.48.040 Discontinuance. If a nonconforming use of the land or use of building is changed to a conforming use or is discontinued for a period of one or more years, any further use of said building or land, or construction, alteration, or repairs

Chapter 17.48 NONCONFORMING BUILDINGS AND USES Sections: 17.48.010 Nonconforming uses. 17.48.020 Repairs. 17.48.030 Alterations. 17.48.040 Discontinuance. 17.48.050 Reclassification. 17.48.060 Restoration of damaged buildings.

17.48.010 Nonconforming uses.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE to building, shall thereafter be in conformity with the provisions of this title. (Zoning ordinance, 6-4) 17.48.050 Reclassilication. The provisions pertaining to nonconforming uses of land and buildings shall also apply to buildings, structures, land or uses which shall hereafter become nonconforming due to any changes in the zoning ordinance. (Zoning ordinance, 6-5) 17.48.060 Restoration of damaged buildings. A nonconforming building or structure, or a building or structure occupied by a nonconforming use, which is destroyed or damaged by fire, flood, wind, earthquake or other calamity or act of God or public enemy may be restored and the occupancy or use of such building or structure, or part thereof, which existed at the time of such damage or destruction may be continued or resumed provided that such restoration is started within a period of one year from the date of damage or destruction and is diligently prosecuted to completion. (Zoning ordinance, 6-6) 17.52.030 Powers of board. 17.52.040 Decisions. 17.52.050 Vote. 17.52.060 Authority limited. 17.52.070 Appeal. 17.52.080 AppealDecision. 17.52.090 AppealApplication. 17.52.100 Appeal-Notice of hearing. 17.52.110 AppealStays proceedings.

17.52.010 CreationAppointment and removal of members. There is created a board of adjustment which shall consist of five members, each to be appointed by the mayor and common council for a term of three years. Any member may be removed for cause by the common council on written charges after public hearing, if such public hearing is requested. Vacancies shall be filled by appointment for a period of three years. (Zoning ordinance, 7-1) 17.52.020 Organization of boardProcedures. The board of adjustment shall organize and elect a chairman and adopt rules in accordance with the provisions of this title. Meetings of the board shall be held at the call of the chairman and at such other times as the board may detemiine. All meetings of

Chapter 17.52 BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT Sections: 17.52.010 CreationAppointment and removal of members. 17.52.020 Organization of boardProcedures.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE the board shall be open to the public, and the board shall keep minutes of its proceedings showing the vote of each member upon each question, or if absent or failing to vote, indicating such fact, and shall keep records of its official actions, all of which shall be filed immediately in the office of the board and shall be a public record. In each appeal, the board shall qualify itself as to its authority to act upon the matter before it, and shall cite in the record the particular section or subsection of the zoning ordinance from which such authority is derived. The board shall not act upon matters not specifically delegated to it. (Zoning ordinance, 7-2) 17.52.030 Powers of board. A. Alleged Error. The board of adjustment shall have the power to hear and decide appeals wherein it is alleged that there is error in any requirement of decision made by the building inspector in the enforcement of this title. B. Variances. The board of adjustment shall have the power to authorize in specific cases such variances from the terms of this title as will not be contrary to the public interest where, due to special conditions, a literal enforcement of the provisions of this title will result in unnecessary hardship. Before a variance can be granted, the board of adjustment must fmd upon the evidence before it that three conditions exist: (1) Special circumstances do actually attach to the particular property covered by the application which do not apply generally to the other properties in the same zone. (2) That because of said special circumstances, l. Where a zone boundary line divides a lot or parcel of land of record at the effective date of the ordinance codified in this title into more than one zone, the board of adjustment may permit the extension of a use authorized in either zone to include the entire lot, but not to an extent of more than fifty (50) feet, provided that there shall be no impairment in the intent and purpose of the zoning plan, and provided that the values of the surrounding property will be fully safeguarded. 2. Where a parcel of land at the time of the passage of the ordinance codified in this title is at least one and threefourths times as large in area as required for a lot in the zone in which it is located, the board of adjustment may permit the division the applicants property is deprived of privileges possessed by other properties in the same zone. (3) The granting of such variance will not substantially affect the comprehensive plan of zoning in the town and that adherence to the strict letter of this title will cause difficulties and hardships, the imposition of which is unnecessary in order to carry out the purposes of the zoning plan. C. Exceptions. The board of adjustment shall also have the power to hear, decide, and grant or refuse to grant the following special exceptions or questions in accordance with the provisions of this title pertaining thereto:

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE of such parcel into two lots, provided the objectives and characteristics of the zone will be maintained. 3. If a building is replaced, the replaced building must comply with all the provisions of this title unless a special ruling is made by the board of adjustment. Before the board of adjustment can make a special ruling, it must be shown by the evidence before it, that the granting of such an exception will not substantially affect the comprehensive plan of zoning in the town and that adherence to the strict letter of this title will cause difficulties and hardships, the imposition of which is unnecessary in order to carry out the purposes of the plan. 4. 'The board of adjustment may permit a dwelling to be built upon a lot which does not have a frontage on a street, provided the entire front of the dwelling can be viewed from a public street and the dwelling is located at least sixteen (16) feet from the nearest building on the same or adjoining lot and the dwelling will not increase the hazard from fire nor unduly increase the need for police protection nor cause undue concentration of population. 5. Where uncertainty exists with respect to the zone boundary lines which cannot be resolved by application of the rules as set forth in this title, the board of adjustment shall establish the zone boundary line. 6. The board of adjustment may permit buildings mentioned in the FC-1 zone provided measures are taken which will adequately protect the building or structure from damage to surrounding lands and buildings, and will be located in accordance with the plan of flood drainage as approved by the common council. 7. The board of adjustment may reduce the requirements for off street parking, and may increase the distance of the parking space from the building provided it can be shown that a literal enforcement of the provisions of this title will result in a substantial injustice or hardship to the petitioner. In rendering a decision, the board of adjustment shall balance the interest of the public in maintaining adequate parking facilities with the interest of the petitioner in the use of his property. (Zoning ordinance, 7-77-7-3) 17.52.040 Decisions. ln the exercise of its duties and powers as set forth in this chapter, the board of adjustment may reverse or affirm, wholly or partly, or may modify the requirement or decision of the building inspector and may make such determination or requirement as ought to be made. The board may attach

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE reasonable conditions or requirements which the petitioner must comply with as a condition of the grant or approval and may attach a time limit on the exercise, or lack of exercise, of any grant. (Zoning ordinance, 7-8) 17.52.050 Vote. The concurring vote of three members of the board of adjustment shall be necessary to decide on any matter upon which it is required to pass. (Zoning ordinance, 7-9) 17.52.060 Authority limited. It shall not be the function of the board of adjustment to correct what it may consider to be an unwise requirement in the zoning ordinance, or to substitute its judgment for that of the common council as expressed in this title. Nevertheless, it shall be the duty of the board to recommend appropriate modifications or amendments to the common council when, in its opinion, such modification or amendment would more fully promote the objectives and purposes of this title. (Zoning ordinance, 7-10) 17.52.070 Appeal. Any person aggrieved by a decision of the board of adjustment, or any taxpayer, or any municipal officer may, at any time, within thirty (30) days after the filing of the decision in the office of the board of adjustment, petition a writ of certiorari for review of the boards decision. Allowance of the writ shall not stay proceedings upon the decision appealed from, but the court may, on application of notice to the board The board of adjustment shall hear and decide appeals from any decision made by the building inspector in the endorsement of this title. The board of adjustment shall decide the same within thirty (30) days from the date on which the appeal was made in writing and submitted to the building inspector unless a longer time is agreed to by the petitioner. (Zoning ordinance, 7-3) 17.52.090 AppealApplication. A. Any officer or department of the town, or any citizen or person may appeal to the board of adjustment by filing a request in writing with the town manager, provided such appeal is made within thirty (30) days from the grant or refusal of a building permit by the building inspector. The request to appear before the board of adjustment shall be made on the form "Application to Appear Before the Board of Adjustment," a copy of which is given below or as may. be amended. Said form is as follows: ` APPLICATION TO APPEAR BEFORE THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT Application No. _ Date ___ I, we, ___________name) of ____________ (address) do hereby apply to the Hayden and for good cause shown, grant a restraining order, and on final hearing may reverse or affirm, wholly or partly, or may modify the decision reviewed.( Zoning ordinance, 7-ll) 17.52.080 AppealDecision.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Town Board of Adjustment for a determination of the matter as hereinafter set forth: 1. The applicant alleges that the Building Inspector has made an error in his interpretation to the requirements of the Zoning Ordinance as follows: application are within the preview as set forth in paragraph of the Zoning Ordinance and do hereby make the following determination with respect thereto: __________________________________

_______________________________________ 2. The applicant alleges that a variance should be granted in order to overcome the following peculiar and exceptional difficulties: _______________________

VOTE ______ ______ ______ ______ ______

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ __________________________

3. The matter is a special exception to the Ordinance on which the Board of Adjustment is specifically delegated to pass under the terms of this Ordinance as follows: _______________________________

REMARKS: ___________________________

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT _______________________________________ ACTION BY THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT [ ] l. The Board of Adjustment detemiines that the request presented in this application is not within its preview and the request is therefore denied for the reason that the granting of the request would be contrary to the public interest. [ ] 2. The Board of Adjustment determines that the matters presented in this BY: __________________________________ (Secretary) B. Upon filing of the application, the building inspector shall forthwith transmit to the board of adjustment all papers, records and other pertinent data pertaining to the appeal. (Zoning ordinance, 7-4) 17.52.100 AppealNotice of hearing. The board shall fix a reasonable time for hearing the appeal, and shall give notice of hearing by both publication at least once in

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE a newspaper of general circulation within the town and posting the notice in conspicuous places close to the property affected and at least three other places within the town. Such notice of hearing shall include a general explanation of the matter to be considered and a general description of the area affected and shall be given at least fifteen (15) days before the hearing. (Zoning ordinance, 7-5) 17.52.110 AppealStays proceedings. The appeal shall stay all proceeding in the matter appealed from unless the building inspector certifies to the board of adjustment that a stay would, in his opinion, cause imminent peril to life or property. In such cases, proceedings shall not be stayed, except by restraining order granted by the board of adjustment or by a court of record on application and notice to the building inspector. (Zoning ordinance, 7-6) 17.56.050 Conflict with other provisions.

17.56.010 Amendments. A. The zoning ordinance codified in this title, including tl1e map, may be amended, but all proposed amendments shall first be submitted to the zoning commission for its recommendations, which recommendations shall be submitted to the common council for its consideration within thirty (30) days. For the purpose of establishing and maintaining sound, stable, and desirable development within the town, it is declared to be public policy that amendments shall not be made to the zoning ordinance or map except to promote more fully the objectives and purposes of the ordinance or to correct manifest errors. B. Any person seeking an amendment to the zoning ordinance codified in this title or map shall submit a written petition designating the change desired and the reason therefore, to the town manager, together with a fee of ten dollars ($10.00). The town manager shall, in turn, transmit the petition to the zoning commission. Upon receipt of the petition, the zoning commission shall consider the request. The zoning commission may call a public hearing before submitting its recommendations to the common council. Failure on the part of the zoning commission to make a recommendation within thirty (30) days shall be deemed to constitute approval of such proposed amendment unless a longer period is granted by the common council. The fee

Chapter 17.56 AMENDMENTS AND ANNEXATIONS Sections: 17.56.010 Amendments. 17.56.020 AmendzmentsNotice, hearing and publication of notice. e 17.56.030 AmendmentsProtests. 17.56.040 AnnexationsZone classification.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE provided herein shall not be retumable. (Zoning ordinance, 9-1) 17.56.020 AmendmentsNotice, hearing and publication of notice. Amendments to this title shall be adopted only after a public hearing in relation thereto before the common council in which parties in interest and citizens shall have an opportunity to be heard. A notice of the time and place of such hearing shall be published in an official paper or a paper of general circulation in the town at least fifteen (15) days before the date of the hearing. (Zoning ordinance, 9-2) 17.56.030 AmendmentsProtests. If the owners of twenty (20) percent or more, either of the area of the lots included i11 the proposed change or those immediately adjacent in the rear thereof extending one hundred fifty (150) feet therefrom, or of those directly opposite thereto extending one hundred fifty (150) feet from the street frontage of the opposite lots, file a protest in writing against the proposed amendment, it shall not become effective except by a favorable vote of at least three-fourths of all members of the towns governing body. (Zoning ordinance, 9-3) 17.56.040 AnnexationsZone classification. In every case where territory has become a part of the town by annexation, the same shall automatically be classiiied as lying and being in the R-1 residential zone and the regulations and restrictions applying to the R-1 residential zone shall apply in the area so annexed, until such classifications shall have been changed by an amendment to the zoning ordinance as provided herein. (Zoning ordinance, 9-4) 17.56.050 Conflict with other provisions. The ordinance codified in this title shall not nullify the more restrictive provisions of covenants, agreements, ordinances, or laws, but shall prevail notwithstanding such provisions which are less restrictive. (Zoning ordinance, 9-5)

Chapter 17.60 ENFORCEMENT Sections: 17.60.010 Town manager to enforce title. 17.60.020 Powers and duties of building inspector. 17.60.030 Building inspector to enforce title. 17.60.040 Building permits required. 17.60.050 Permits to comply with title. 17.60.060 Plats of building required. 17.60.070 Business licenses to conform with zoning title. 17.60.080 Vi0lationPenalty.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 17.60.010 Town manager to enforce title. The town manager is designated and authorized as the officer charged with the enforcement of this title. The town manager may appoint a building inspector or other officer to assist him in the enforcement of this title. (Zoning ordinance, 5-1) 17.60.020 Powers and duties of building inspector. It shall be the duty of the building inspector to inspect, or cause to be inspected, all buildings in the course of construction or repair. He shall enforce all of the provisions of this title, entering actions in the courts when necessary, and his failure to do so shall not legalize any act in violation of such provisions. The building inspector shall not issue any permit unless the plans of, and for, the proposed erection, construction, reconstruction, alteration and use fully conform to all the zoning regulations applying thereto. (Zoning ordinance, 5-3) 17.60.030 Building inspector to enforce title. In any case where any building or structure is constructed, altered or converted, or where any building, structure or land is used in violation of this title or amendment thereto, the building inspector, in addition to other remedies, may institute any appropriate actions or proceedings to prevent such unlawful construction, alteration, conversion or use, to restrict, correct, and abate such violation, to prevent the occupancy of such building, structure, or land, or to prevent any illegal act, conduct, or business in and about such premises. (Zoning ordinance, 5-7) 17.60.040 Building permits required. The erection of any building or structure or any part thereof shall not be commenced or proceed except after the issuance of a building permit for same by the building inspector. (Zoning ordinance, 5-5) 17.60.050 Permits to comply with title. From the time of the effective date of the ordinance codified in this title, permits shall not be granted for the construction or alteration of any building or structure or the moving of a building or structure onto a lot if such building or structure would be in violation of any of the provisions of this title, nor shall any officer grant any permit or license for the use of any building or land if such use would be in violation of this title. (Zoning ordinance, 5-2)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE STATUTORY REFERENCES FOR ARIZONA CITIES AND TOWNS The statutory references direct the code user to those portions of the state statutes that are applicable to the laws of the municipality. This reference list is up-todate through July, 1995. As the statutes are revised, these references will be updated by Book Publishing Company. General Provisions Penalties ARS 9-240(28)(b) Adoption of codes ARS 9-801 9-811 Elections ARS 9-821 9-825 General powers ARS 9-240, 9-276 Administration and Personnel Mayor and council ARS 9-231 9-240 City or town manager ARS 9-303 Civil defense ARS 26-308 Police courts ARS Title 22 Ch. 4 Public library ARS 9-411 9-420 Nuisances ARS 9-240(21)(a), 9-276(l6) Litter and weed removal ARS 9-499 Public Peace, Morals and Welfare Nuisances ARS 9-276(l6) Police powers ARS 9-240(12) 9240(l5), 9-240(17), 9-240(24), 9-240(28) Revenue and Finance Claims against city or town ARS 9-247 9-250 Municipal improvement districts ARS 48-501 et seq. Taxing power ARS 9-220 Business Licenses and Regulation Business license tax ARS 9-240(18) Animals Dog regulation ARS 9-240(l6) Health and Safety Health regulations ARS 9-240(22) Local boards of health ARS 36-165 et seq.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Prostitution ARS 9-240(17) Vehicles and Traffic State traffic code ARS Title 28 Local traffic regulations ARS 28-626 28-627 Rules of the road ARS 28-601 et seq. Civil traffic violations ARS 28-626(B), 28-1071 28-1080 Abandoned vehicles ARS 28-1401 et seq. Streets and Sidewalks Sidewalk construction ARS 9-243 Public parks ARS 9-494 Public Services Sanitary sewer districts ARS 9-276(21) Buildings and Construction Building code ARS 9240(7), 9-276(l4) Gas utilities ARS 9-276(B) Subdivisions Subdivision regulations ARS 9-463 et seq. Zoning Municipal zoning ARS 9-462 et seq.

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE TABLES CROSS-REFERENCE TABLE V This table provides users with the current disposition of the sections of the Hayden Municipal Code. Thus, prior code Section 2-3-5 appears in this code as Section 1.08.010. The prior code section information was derived from the Hayden Town Code published in 1974. Prior Code Section Herein 1-1 Not codified A 1-2 Not codified 1-3-1 Repealed by 102 1-3-2 Repealed by 102 1-3-3 Repealed by 102 1-3-4 Repealed by 102 1-3-5 Repealed by 102 1-3-6 Repealed by 102 1-3-7 Repealed by 102 1-3-8 Repealed by 102 1-3-9 Repealed by 102 1-3-10 Repealed by 102 1-3-11 Repealed by 102 1-3-12 Repealed by 102 1-3-13 Repealed by 102 1-3-14 Repealed by 102 V 1-3-15 Repealed by 102 1-3-16 Repealed by 102 1-3-17 Repealed by 102 1-3-18 Repealed by 102 1-3-19 Repealed by 102 1-3-20 Repealed by 102 1-3-21 Repealed by 102 1-3-22 Repealed by 102 1-3-23 Repealed by 102 1-3-24 Repealed by 102 1-3-25 Repealed by 102 1-3-26 Repealed by 102 1-3-27 Repealed by 102 1-3-28 Repealed by 102 1-3-29 Repealed by 102 1-3-30 Repealed by 102 1-4-1 Not codified 1-4-2 Not codified 1-4-3 Not codified 1-4-4 Not codified 1-5 Not codified 1-6 Not codified 168 I 1-7 1.04.090 1-8 Not codified 1-9-1 Not codified 1-9-2 Not codified 1-10 Not codified 2- 1-1 2.04.010 2-1-2 2.04.020 2-1-3 2.04.030 2- 1-4 2.04.040 2-1-5 2.04.050 2- 1-6 2.04.060 2- 1-7 2.04.070 2-1-8 2.04.080 2-2-1 2.08.010 2-2-2 2.08.020 2-2-3 2.08.030 2-2-4 2.08.040 2-2-5 2.08.050 2-2-6 2.08.060 2-3-1 2.04.090 2-3-2 2.04.100 2-3-3 2.04.1 10 2-3-4 2.04.120 2-3-5 1.08.010 2-3-6 2.04.130 2-4-1 2.04.140 2-4-2 2.04.150 2-4-3 2.04.160

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 2-4-4 2.04.170 2-4-5 2.04.180 2-4-6 2.04.190 2-4-7 2.04.200 2-4-8 2.04.210 2-4-9 2.04.220 2-5-1 2.12.010 2-5-2 2.12.020 2-5-3 2.12.030 2-5-4 2.12.040 2-5-5 2.12.050 2-5-6 2.12.060 2-5-7 2.12.070 2-6-1 2.52.010 2-6-2 2.52.020 2-6-3 2.52.030 2-6-4 2.52.040 2-7 13.16.010 2-8 13.12.010 3-1-1 2.16.010 3-1-2 Rcpcalcd by 102 3-1-3 2.16.020 3- 1-4 2.16.030 3-1-5 2.16.040 3-1-6 2.16.050 3-2-1(A) 2.20.010 3-2- 1 (B) 2.20.020 3-2-1(C) 2.20.030 3-2-1(D) 2.20.040 3-2- 1 (E) 2.20.050 3-2- 1 (F) 2.20.060 3-2-1(G) 2.20.070 3-2- 1 (H) 2.20.080 3-2-2 2.24.010 3-2-3 Rcpcalcd by 102 3-2-4 2.28.010 3-2-5 2.32.010 3-2-6 2.48.020 3-3 2.44.010 3-4-1 2.64.010 3-4-2 2.64.020 3-4-3 2.64.030 3-4-4 2.64.040 3-4-5 2.64.050 3-5-1 3.04.010 3-5-2 3.04.020 3-6-1--3-6-6 3.08 3-7-1--3-7-4 2.60 3-8 3.04.030, 3.12 4-1-1 2.36.010 4-1-2 Rcpcalcd by 102 4-1-3 2.36.060 4-1-4 2.36.020 4-1-5 2.36.030 4-1-6 2.36.040 4-1-7 2.36.050 4- 1-8 2.36.070 4-2-1 2.40.010 4-2-2 2.40.020 4-2-3 2.40.030 4-2-4 2.40.040 4-2-5 2.40.050 4-2-6 2.40.060 4-2-7 2.40.070 4-2-8 2.40.080 4-2-9 2.40.090 4-2-10 2.40.100 4-2-11 2.40.110 4-2-12 2.40.120 4-2-13 2.40.130 4-2-14 2.40.140 4-3 8.04.010 5-1 2.48.010 5-2-1 Rcpcalcd by 102 5-2-2 2.48.030 5-3 2.48.040 6-1-1 6.04.010 6- 1-2 6.04.020 6-1-3 6.04.030 6-1-4 Rcpcalcd by 102

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 6- 1-5 6.04.040 6-2-1 6.04.050 6-2-2 6.04.060 6-2-3 6.04.070 6-2-4 6.04.080 6-2-5 6.04.090 6-2-6 6.04.100 6-2-7 6.04.110 6-2-8 6.04.120 6-2-9 6.04.130 6-2-10 6.04.140 6-3-1 6.08.010 6-3-2 6.08.020 6-3-3 6.08.030 6-3-4 6.08.040 6-3-5 6.08.050 6-3-6 6.08.060 6-3-7 6.08.070 6-3-8 6.08.080 6-3-9 6.08.090 7-1-1 15.04.010 7-1-2 15.04.020 7-2 15.12.010 7-3 15.24.010 7-4-1 15.08.010 7-4-2 15.08.020 7-5-1 15.16.010 7-5-2 15.16.020 7-5-3 15.16.030 7-5-4 15.16.040 7-6 15.20.010 7-7 15.04.030 7-8-1 12.04.010 7-8-2 12.04.020 7-8-3 12.04.030 7-8-4 12.04.040 7-8-5 12.04.050 7-8-6 12.04.060 7-8-7 12.04.070 7-8-8 12.04.080 7-8-9 12.04.090 7-9-1 15.32.010 7-9-2 15.32.020 7-9-3 15.32.040 7-9-4 15.32.030 7-9-5 15.32.050 7- 10 8.04.020 7-11-1 . 15.36.020 7-11-2 15.36.030 7-11-3 15.36.010 8-1-1 5.04.010 8-1-2 5.04.020 8-1-3 5.04.030 8-1-4 5.04.040 8-1-5 5.04.050 8-1-6 5.04.060 8-1-7 5.04.070 8-1-8 5.04.080 8-1-9 5.04.090 8-1-10 5.04.100 8-1-11 5.04.110 8-1-12 5.04.120 9-1-1 8.08.010 9- 1 -2 8.08.020 9-1-3 8.08.030 9-1-4 8.08.040 9- 1 -5 8.08.050 9-2-1 8.08.060 9-2-2 8.08.070 9-2-3 8.08.080 9-2-4 8.08.090 9-3-1 8.08.100 9-3-2 8.08.110 9-3-3 8.08.120 9-4-1 8.12.010 9-4-2 8.12.020 9-4-3 8.12.030 9-4-4 8.12.040 9-4-5 8.12.050 9-4-6 8.12.060 9-4-7 8.12.070

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 9-4-8 8.12.080 9-4-9 8.12.090 9-4-10 8.12.100 9-5-1 8.08.130 9-5-2 8.08.140 10-1-1 9.08.010 10-1-2 9.08.020 10-1-3 9.08.030 10-1-4 9.08.040 10-1-5 8.04.030 10-1-6 9.04.010 10-1-7 Repealed by 102 10-1-8 9.08.050 10-1-9 9.08.060. 10-1-10 9.04.020 10-1-11 9.12.010 10-1-12 9.04.030 10-1-13 9.08.070 10-1-14 9.08.080 10-1-15 9.04.040 10-1-16 9.08.090 10-1-17 9.04.050 10-1-18 9.08.100 10-1-19 9.08.110 10-1-20 9.04.060 10-1-21 9.08.120 10-1-22 9.16.010 11-1-1 10.04.010 11-1-2 10.04.020 11-1-3 10.04.030 11-1-4 10.04.040 11-1-5 10.04.050 11-1-6 10.04.060 11-1-7 10.04.070 11-1-8 10.04.080 11-2-1 10.08.030 11-2-2 10.04.090 11-2-3 10.08.160 11-2-4 10.08.010 11-2-5 10.08.040 11-2-6 10.08.050 11-2-7 10.08.060 11-2-8 10.08.150 11-2-9 10.12.010 11-2-10 10.12.020 11-2-11 10.08.080 11-2-12 10.08.020 11-2-13 10.08.140 11-2-14 10.04.100 11-2-15 10.08.130 11-2-16 10.08.100 11-2-17 10.08.110 11-2-18 10.08.120 11-2-19 10.08.070 1 1-2-20 10.08.090 11-3-1 10.20.010 1 1-3-2 10.20.020 11-3-3 10.20.030 11-3-4 10.20.040 1 1-3-5 10.20.050 11-3-6 10.20.060 11-3-7 10.20.070 11-3-8 10.20.080 11-3-9 10.20.090 11-3-10 10.20.100 11-3-11 10.20.110 11-3-12 10.20.120 11-3-13 10.20.130 11-3-14 10.20.140 11-3-15 10.20.150 11-3-16 10.20.160 11-3-17 10.20.170 11-3-18 10.20.180 11-3-19 10.20.190 11-3-20 10.20.200 11-3-21 10.20.210 11-3-22 10.20.220 11-3-23 10.20.230 11-3-24 10.20.240 11-4-1 10.16.010

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE 11-4-2 10.16.020 11-4-3 10.16.030 11-4-4 10.16.040 11-4-5 10.16.050 11-5-1 10.24.010 11-5-2 10.24.020 11-5-3 10.24.030 11-5-4 10.24.040 11-6-1 2.56.010 11-6-2 2.56.070 11-6-3 2.56.020 11-6-4 2.56.030 11-6-5 2.56.040 11-6-6 2.56.050 11-6-7 2.56.060 1 1-6-8 2.56.080 1 1-6-9 2.56.090 11-6-10 2.56.100 11-6-11 2.56.110 12-1 13.04.010 12-2-1 13.04.020 12-2-2 13.04.030 12-2-3 13.04.040 12-2-4 13.04.050 12-2-5 13.04.060 12-3 13.04.070 12-4-1 13.04.080 12-4-2 13.04.090 12-4-3 13.04.100 12-4-4 13.04.110 12-4-5 13.04.120 12-4-6 13.04.130 12-4-7 13.04.140 12-4-8 13.04.150 12-4-9 13.04.160 12-5 13.04.180 12-6 13.04.170 12-7-1 13.08.010 12-7-2 13.08.020 12-7-3 13.08.040 12-7-4 13.08.050 12-7-5 13.08.060 12-7-6 13.08.070 12-7-7 13.08.080 12-7-8 13.08.090 12-7-9 13.08.030 12-7-10 13.08.100 12-7-11 13.08.110 12-7-12 13.08.120 12-7-13 13.08.130 12-7-14 13.08.170 12-7-15 13.08.140 12-7-16 13.08.150 12-7-17 13.08.160 12-8-1 13.04.190 12-8-2 13.04.200 12-8-3 13.04.210

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE ORDINANCE LIST ORDINANCE LIST AND DISPOSITION TABLE Ordinance Number 76 Adopts prior code (Not codified) 87 Garbage and trash pickup (8.08) 88 Direct election of mayor (2.08) 89 Adopts tax code (Not codified) 90 Amends Ord. 89, tax code (Not codified) 91 (Not sent) 92 Amends 7-5 of zoning ordinance (17.52) 93 Amends tax code (Not codified) 94 Amends Arts. 3-6, 3-7 and 3-8 of prior code, administration (2.60, 3.08, 3.12) 95 Uniform code for the abatement of dangerous buildings (15.28) 96 Smoking in government buildings or vehicles (8.16) 97 Amends Ch. 12 of prior code, water and sewer system (13.04, 13.08) 98 Amends tax code (Not codified) 99 Adopts "The 1995 Amendments to the Town Tax Code of the Town of Hayden, Arizona" (Not codified) 100 General provisions (1.04) 101 General penalty (1.12) 102 Amends prior code 3-1-1, 3-2 1(C)(3), 3-2-6, Art. 3-8, 4-2-11, 10-110 and 10-1-l2(B); repeals prior code Art. 1-3 and 3-1-2, 3-2-3, 4-1-2, 52-1, 6-1-4 and 10-1-7 (2.16, 2.20, 2.40, 2.48, 9.04)

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE INDEX

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE B" USE OF THE INDEX Book Publishing Company uses an indexing system especially suited to the municipal codes. Similar in form to the usual index, our system follows code organization and is designed to facilitate supplementation. Each section is indexed under one main heading, with single references for required appeals, fees, bonds, licenses and permits. Multiple entries increase page costs and the likelihood of error in later supplements; therefore, extensive cross-references are used in lieu of multiple entries to direct the code user to the information sought. To help you understand how our indexing system works, listed below are eight typical entries. These entries are keyed to brief explanations of their form and purpose. The typeface of a cross-reference indicates its place in t11e index. Here are some examples: TYPICAL ENTRIES . ITAX See Specific Tax TRAFFIC see also VEHICLE Control device damaging, prohibited 11.46.020 sign See also signal stop, locations designated 11.40.060 signal maintenance 11.46.090 placement 11.46.100 Definitions 11.04.010 Engineer See TRAFFIC ENGINEER Lane marking 11.42.030 . Parking See PARKING Signa1 See Control device "TRAFFIC ENGINEER Office established, duties 11.40.010 TRANSIENT MERCHANT See PEDDLER TWOFAMILY DWELLING See ZONING

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE EXPLANATION OF ENTRIES 1. Information is under a specific heading, such as SALES, USE TAX or TRANSIENT OCCUPANCY TAX. 2. Related entries can be found under the heading VEHICLE. 3. Information can be located at another division of this heading. 4. Officials and agencies usually have their own entries. 5. Parking provisions of the traffic title are indexed separately under PARKING. 6. Information is under the heading TRAFFIC, consolidated under the subheading Control device. 7. Provisions have been consolidated with similar information, under the heading PEDDLER. 8. Zoning provisions are indexed under ZONING. A more extensive treatment is given these provisions: permitted uses and development standards are listed under both specific and general headings, as in these examples: ZONING Permitted uses R-1 district 18.20.020 R-2 district 18.22.020 R-1 district permitted uses 18.20.020 . yard requirements 18.20.050 R-2 district permitted uses 18.22.020 yard requirements 18.22.050 School R-1 district 18.20.020 Two-family dwelling R-l district 18.20.020 R-2 district 18.22.020 Yard R-1 district 18.20.050 R-2 district 18.22.050

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE A ANIMALS Biting 6.04.140 Dangerous destruction 6.04.020 prohibited 6.04.010 Dogs at large 6.08.040 dangerous, vicious 6.08.090 definitions 6.08.010 impoundment See also Impoundment when 6.08.050 license, tag 6.08.020 rabies control biting dog, procedure 6.08.060 moving diseased dog 6.08.070 special proclamation 6.08.080 vaccination 6.08.030 Impounding animal control officer designated, duties 6.04.050 obstructing 6.04.130 animals at large 6.04.060 fees 6.04.120 notice to owner 6.04.070 procedure 6.04.090 release 6.04.100 reporting, recording 6.04.080 sale, when 6.04.110 Livestock 6.04.040 Noise 6.04.030 APPEAL Solicitors, street vendors license revocation 5.04.1 10 ATTORNEY, TOWN Powers, duties 2.32.010 B BICYCLES See TRAFFIC BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT See ZONING BOND City contracts 3.08.100 City officers 2.16.030 Council members 2.04.070 Manager, town 2.20.060 BUILDHNIG CODE Adopted 15.04.010 BUILDING NUMBERING Clerk duties 15.32.030 Engineer duties 15.32.020 Map 15.32.040 New buildings 15.32.050 System established 15.32.010 BUILDING OFFICIAL Designated 15.04.030 BUILDING PERMIT Conformance with zoning required 15.04.020 BUILDINGS, DANGEROUS Code adopted 15.28.010 Violation, penalty 15.28.020 BUSINESS License, solicitor, street vendor 5.04.010 Offensive, designated, prohibited 9.04.040

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE C CELLAR Covering, protecting 9.08.040 CEMETERY 13.16.010 CITY OFFICERS Appointment, removal 2.16.020 Bond 2.16.030 Generally 2.16.010 Powers, duties 2.16.050 Vacancies, multiple office 2.16.040 CLAIMS AGAINST TOWN Damages claims 3.04.030 Presentation 3.04.010 Submission, audit 3.04.020 CLERK, TOWN Powers, duties 2.24.010 CODE Acts by agents 1.04.040 Construction of provisions 1.04.070 Definitions 1.04.010 General penalty 1.12.010 Interpretation 1.04.020, 1.04.030 Prohibitions, causing, permitting 1.04.050 Revival of repealed ordinances 1.04.080 Time computation 1.04.060 CONFLICT OF INTEREST City contracts 3.08.030 Financial disclosure council member 2.04.080 election candidate 2.04.130 CONTRACTS See PURCHASING COUNCIL Bond 2.04.070 Committees, commissions 2.04.200 Compensation 2.04.050 Composition 2.04.010 Duties 2.04.030 Election See ELECTION Financial disclosure 2104.080 A Mayor See MAYOR Meetings agenda 2.04.180 procedure 2.04.190 public attendance 2.04.160 quorum 2.04.170 regular 2.04.140 special 2.04.150 Oath 2.04.060 Ordinances, resolutions effective date 2.12.040 introduction, sponsorship 2.12.020 ordinance requirements 2.12.030 posting 2.12.070 publication 2.12.060 review, approval 2.12.010 signature 2.12.050 Powers 2.04.020 Rules suspension 2.04.220 Vacancies 2.04.040 Voting 2.04.210 COURT See MAGISTRATE, TOWN CURFEW See MINORS

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE D DANGEROUS BUILDINGS See BUILDINGS, DANGEROUS DOGS See ANIMALS DUMP, DUMPING Depositing refuse on private, public property 8.12.100 Landfill See GARBAGE E ELECTION Ballot nonpolitical 2.04.100 Candidate financial disclosure 2.04.130 Date 1.08.010 Mayor 2.08.010 Primary general election nomination, when 2.04.1 10 procedure 2.04.090 Results 2.04.120 ELECTRICAL CODE Adopted 15.16.010 ELECTRICAL PERMIT Exemptions 15.16.040 Issuance 15.16.030 Required, fees 15.16.020 ENGDIEER, TOWN Powers, duties 2.28.010 EXCAVATION Dangerous, covering required 9.08.040 EXPLOSIVES Permit required 8.04.030 F FALSE ALARMS Fire alarms See FIRE DEPARTMENT Reports to police 9.04.010 FENCES Industrial, commercial, school 15.36.030 Permit required 15.36.010 Residential 15.36.020 FIRE CHIEFV Assistant chiefs 2.40.050 Authority generally 2.40.140 Fire scene authority 2.40.080 Powers, duties 2.40.030 FIRE CODE Adopted 8.04.010 FIRE DEPARTMENT Alarms equipment, false alarms 2.40.120 response 2.40.130 Appointments 2.40.040 Chief See FIRE CIHEF Companies, officers 2.40.060 Created, composition 2.40.010 Equipment 2.40.090 Fire scene, chief` s authority, entry upon property 2.40.080 Regulations generally 2.40.070 Rules, regulations 2.40.020 Service outside incorporated 2.40.100

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Vehicles, hydrants, obstructing 2.40.110 FIRE DISTRICT Designated 8.04.020 FIRE HYDRANTS 13.04.180 FOREMAN, GENERAL See PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT G GARBAGE See also PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Collection agency 8.08.030 container use restricted 8.08.090 contract award 8.08.020 hours 8.08.040 lids, covers 8.08.080 placement 8.08.070 preparation, requirements 8.08.060 rates, rules, regulations 8.08.050 Definitions 8.08.010 Dumping 8.08.120 Hauling spillage, removal 8.08.110 vehicle requirements 8.08.100 Landfill established 8.08.130 regulations 8.08.140 GOLF COURSE 13.12.010 LIBRARY BOARD Consultant services 2.52.040 Created 2.52.010 Members 2.52.020 Powers, duties 2.52.030 LITTERING See also PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Prohibited 9.08.060 LIVESTOCK? Sw ANIMALS LOITERING 9.04.020 V M MAGISTRATE, TOWN Appointment, term 2.48.020 Court established, jurisdiction 2.48.010 procedure 2.48.040 Powers, duties 2.48.030 MANAGER, TOWN Appointment 2.20.010 Bond 2.20.060 LANDFILL See GARBAGE LIBRARY Regulations generally 9.08.050 H HAYDEN GOLF COURSE 13.12.010 HOUSING CODE Adopted 15.12.010 L

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Compensation 2.20.070 Council relations 2.20.080 Limitations 2.20.040 Powers, duties 2.20.030 Public relations 2.20.050 Removal 2.20.020 MAYOR Absence, consent 2.08.050 Acting mayor 2.08.030 Election, term 2.08.010 Powers, duties 2.08.040 Signature refusal, authorization 2.08.060 Vice-mayor 2.08.020 MECHANICAL CODE Adopted 15.20.010 MINORS Curfew 9.12.010 MOUNTAIN VIEW CEMETERY 13.16.010 N NOISE Nuisance when 9.04.030 Street vendors, hawkers, peddlers 5.04.080 p PARKING Alleys 10.20.070 Angle loading, unloading permit 10.20.050 required when 10.20.040 signs, markings 10.20.030 Bicycles 10.24.030 PERSONNEL I Applicability of provisions 2.64.010 Conditions of employment, discrimination 2.64.020 Overtime pay 2.64.050 Political contributions 2.64.040 Rules, regulations adoption, amendment 2.64.030 Bus, taxi stop designation 10.20.160 prohibitions 10.20.180 stopping, standing in 10.20.170 Curb loading zones designation 10.20.130 freight, standing, stopping in 10.20.150 passenger, standing, stopping in 10.20.140 standing, stopping in 10.20.140 Hazardous, congested area 10.20.120 Method 10.20.010 Narrow streets 10.20.090 One-way roadways 10.20.110 One-way streets 10.20.100 Prohibited certain streets all hours 10.20.190 certain hours 10.20.200, 10.20.210 Prohibited when 10.20.080 Schools 10.20.020 Signs, curb painting 10.20.230 Time limit 10.20.220 Vehicle lights 10.20.060 Violation, impoundment 10.20.240 PENALTY, GENERAL 1.12.010

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE PLUMBING CODE Adopted 15.08.010 PLUMBING PERMIT Conformance required 15.08.020 POLICE CHIEF Powers, duties 2.36.030 POLICE DEPARTMENT Calls outside incorporated area 2.36.050 Chief See POLICE CHIEF Compensation officers 2.36.060 reserves 2.36.070 Created, composition 2.36.010 Powers, duties 2.36.040 Rules, regulations 2.36.020 PROPERTY, TOWN Administrator designated 2.60.030 Applicability of provisions 2.60.010 Damaging, defacing 9.08.020 Definitions 2.60.020 Disposition generally 2.60.040 personal property 2.60.050 real property 2.60.060 PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Definitions 8.12.010 Depositing litter 8.12.020 Littering, placement of debris 8.12.100 Owner responsibility 8.12.030 Removal by city cost recovery 8.12.090 when 8.12.080 Removal order appeal 8.12.070 notice required 8.12.050 service 8.12.060 procedure 8.12.040 Sewer, privy vault, foul, offensive 9.08.090 PROSTITUTION 9.04.050 PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT Created, general foreman, appointment, salary 2.44.010 PURCHASING Applicability of provisions 3.08.010 Bidding awarding 3.08.090 exemptions 3.08.110 procedure 3.08.080 Bond required when 3.08.100 Conflict of interest 3.08.030 Contracts administrator designated 3.12.020 amendment, change order 3.12.030 applicability of provisions 3.12.010 attestation 3.12.060 request for proposal, presentation, approval 3.12.040 work acceptance 3.12.050 Council approval required when 3.08.040 Definitions 3.08.020 Director See PURCHASING DIRECTOR Emergency 3.08.060 Forms 3.08.130 Procedure generally 3.08.070

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE purchase orders 3.08.140 Services, professional, technical 3.08.120 PURCHASING DIRECTOR Powers, duties 3.08.050 R RABIES CONTROL See ANIMIALS RENDERING PLANI` 9.04.040 S SEARCHI..IGHTS 9.08.100 SEWER Cesspools, privy vaults 13.04.170 Private, foul, offensive 9.08.090 System See WATER, SEWER SYSTEM SIGNS City property, authorization required 9.08.1 10 Code adopted 15.24.010 Dangerous 9.08.010 SLAUGHTERHOUSES 9.04.040 SMOKING Government buildings defined 8.16.020 no smoking areas 8.16.040 policy 8.16.010 purpose of provisions 8.16.030 SOLICITORS, S'I`REET VENDORS Definitions 5.04.020 Enforcement of provisions 5.04.090 License application form, contents 5.04.030 investigation 5.04.040 fees 5.04.050 locations, exclusivity 5.04.070 posting 5.04.060 required 5.04.010 revocation appeal, notice. hearing 5.04.110 when 5.04.100 Noise restrictions 5.04.080 Prohibited acts 5.04.120 SPTITING 9.04.060 STREETS, SIDEWALKS Excavations. covering 9.08.040 Obstruction. dangerous 9.08.030, 9.08.070 Sidewalk bicycles on 10.2-4.020 Sidewalk construction by city cost recover) 12.04.060 when 12.04.050 debris removal 12.0-4.090 grade, establishment authority 12.04.030 obstruction removal 12.04.080 order, notice 12.0-4.040 owner liability 12.0-4.020 standards, dimensions 12.04.010 Sidewalk repair 12.0-4.070

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Sidewalks vehicles prohibited 10.08.130 View obstruction 9.08.080 Water flow onto 9.08.120 T TRAFFIC Accident recording 10.04.050 reports 10.04.070 studies 10.04.060 Bicycles equipment required 10.24.010 merging, right of way 10.24.040 on sidewalks 10.24.020 parking 10.24.030 Control devices 10.08.010 Definitions 10.04.010 Directing, authority 10.08.030 Intersections 10.08.080 Parking See PARKING Pedestrians bridge, railroad signals 10.16.040 crossing prohibited when 10.16.030 requirements 10.16.010 solicitation 10.16.050 yielding 10.16.020 Processions 10.08.140 Prohibitions 10.04.090 Regulations, emergency 10.04.100 Signs, markings crosswalks, traffic lanes, marking authority 10.08.040 restricted turn signs 10.08.060 signs, obedience to 10.08.020 stop signs 10.08.070 turning markers 10.08.050 Skates, coasters, restricted 10.08.160 Streets one-way 10.12.020 play streets, designation 10.08.090 through 10.12.010 Turning 10.08.150 Vehicles certain vehicles restricted 10.08.120 commercial, restricted 10.08.110 load limits 10.08.100 on sidewalks, prohibited 10.08.130 Violation appearance 2.56.070 citation failure to respond 2.56.060 procedure 2.56.050 presumption of ownership 2.56.080 recording, reporting to state 2.56.100 warrant issuance 2.56.090 Violation recording 10.04.040 TRAFFIC DIVISION Established 10.04.020 Powers, duties 10.04.030 Traffic safety report 10.04.080 TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS BUREAU Created 2.56.010

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE Fines, forfeitures, failure to deposit 2.56.1 10 Powers, duties 2.56.020 Recordkeeping audit 2.56.040 requirements 2.56.030 TREES Obstructing street view 9.08.080 W WATER Hydrants 13.04.180 Streets, water flowing onto 9.08.120 System See WATER, SEWER SYSTEM WATER, SEWER SYSTEM Agents, employees, obstruction 13.04.150 Backflow control definitions, generally 13.08.050 fees See Rates, charges tire protection systems 13.08.080 hazard potential determination 13.08.040 inspection 13.08.090 installation 13.08.070 maintenance, testing, records 13.08.100 modification of requirements 13.08.110 permit required 13.08.030 purpose of provisions 13.08.010 regulations adopted 13.08.160 required 13.08.020 requirements 13.08.060 retroactive compliance 13.08.140 service turn-off appeal 13.08.130 when 13.08.120 violation, penalty 13.08.170 Cesspools, privy vaults 13.04.170 Connection fee See Rates, charges unauthorized 13.04.080 Crossconnection See Backflow control Damage to system 13.04.090 Damage to user 13.04.110 Hydrants 13.04.180 Inspection, right of access 13.04.120 Rates, charges backflow control fees 13.08.150 billing 13.04.040 connection fee 13.04.050 meters 13.04.070 water service payment required 13.04.060 rate 13.04.020 rate-setting authority 13.04.030 Regulations as contract 13.04.210 Repair cost liability 13.04.100 Service application 13.04.010 interruption liability 13.04.200 notice 13.04.190 turn-off backflow control violations See Backflow control reactivation prohibited 13.04.130

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE turn-on, requirements 13.04.160 Water shortage, limitation authority 13.04.140 WEAPONS 9.16.010 WELL Covering, protecting 9.08.040 Z ZONING Adjustment board See Board of adjustment Amendment of provisions generally 17.56.010 notice, hearing 17.56.020 protest 17.56.030 Annexations, zone classification 17.56.040 Appeals See Board of adjustment Board of adjustment Appeals form 17.52.090 hearing 17.52.080 notice 17.52.100 proceedings stayed 17.52.110 when 17.52.070 created, appointment, removal 17.52.010 decision, reversal, modification 17.52.040 powers generally 17.52.030 limitations 17.52.060 procedure 17.52.020 voting 17.52.050 Building See also Specific Zone damaged, unsightly 17.44.170 flood channel, construction near, within 17.44.120 height 17.44.060 nonconforming See Nonconforming buildings, uses painting, finishing 17.44.100 C-1 zone building tt' 7 height 17.28.050 size 17.28.060 lot area 17.28.030 permitted uses 17.28.020 purpose 17.28.010 special provisions 17.28.070 supplemental regulations 17.28.080 yards 17.28.040 C2 zone building height 17.32.060 size 17.32.070 lot area 17.32.030 width 17.32.040 permitted uses 17.32.020 purpose 17.32.010 special provisions 17.32.080 supplemental regulations 17.32.090 yards 17.32.050 Central commercial zone See C-1 zone Commercial zone, central See C-1 zone Commercial zone, general See C-2 zone Conflicting provisions 17.56.050 Definitions 17.04.040 Enforcement

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE authority designated 17.60.010 building permit plat required when 17.60.060 requirements 17.60.040, 17.60.050 business license, conformance required 17.60.070 inspector powers, duties 17.60.020, 17.60.030l violation, penalty 17.60.080 FC-1 zone building height 17.24.060 size 17.24.070 special provisions 17.24.080 lot area 17.24.030 width 17.24.040 permitted uses 17.24.020 purpose 17.24.010 supplementary regulations 17.24.090 yards 17.24.050 Flood channel, construction near, within 17.44.120 Flood channel zone See FC-1 zone Gasoline pumps 17.44.160 General commercial zone See C-2 zone House trailer zone See T1 I-1 zone building height 17.36.060 size 17.36.070 lot area 17.36.030 width 17.36.040 permitted uses 17.36.020 purpose 17.36.010 special provisions 17.36.080 supplemental regulations 17.36.090 yards 17.36.050 Industrial zone See Il zone Interpretation of provisions 17.04.070 Intersection view obstructing 17.44.070 Lots setbacks See Yards vacant 17.44.170 yard requirements See Yards Nonconforming buildings, uses alteration 17.48.030 damaged building restoration 17.48.060 discontinuance 17.48.040 reclassification 17.48.050 repair 17.48.020 uses 17.48.010 Parking, loading 17.44.150 Permitted uses C1 zone 17.28.020 C-2 zone 17.32.020 construction of provisions 17.44.140 FC-1 zone 17.24.020 I1 zone 17.36.020 R-1 zone 17.12.020 R2 zone 17.16.020 T-1 zone 17.40.050 Prohibited uses, construction of provisions 17.44.140 Purpose of provisions 17.04.020, 17.04.030 R-1 zone building height 17.12.060 size 17.12.070 lot area 17.12.030 width 17.12.040 permitted uses 17.12.020 purpose 17.12.010

HAYDEN MUNICIPAL CODE special provisions 17.12.080 supplementary regulations 17.12.090 yards 17.12.050 R-2 zone building height 17.16.060 size 17.16.070 lot area 17.16.030 width 17.16.040 permitted uses 17.16.020 purpose 17.16.010 special provisions 17.16.080 supplemental regulations 17.16.090 yards 17.16.050 Residential zone See R-1 zone; R-2 zone Subdivision, previous, applicability of provisions to 17.44.130 T1 zone fees 17.40.080 mobilehome park, trailer coach park application 17.40.030 permit required 17.40.020 site, development standards 17.40.040 permitted uses 17.40.050 purpose 17.40.010 skirting, canopies, utility buildings 17.40.070 utilities, sanitary requirements 17.40.060 Title of provisions 17.04.010 Uses nonconforming See Nonconforming buildings, uses permitted See Permitted uses prohibited See Prohibited uses Yards See also Specific Zone front, depth measuring 17.44.080 intersection view 17.44.070 limited to single building 17.44.020 lot sale lot below minimum requirements 17.44.040 required space, sale of 17.44.030 obstruction 17.44.050- A _