Smiths Grove, Kentucky
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ABANDONED VEHICLES

     Abandoned vehicles on city property prohibited, 95.01
     Penalty, 95.99

ABANDONING DOMESTIC ANIMALS PROHIBITED, 90.05

ACCIDENTS (See TRAFFIC CODE)

AD VALOREM TAXES ON MOTOR VEHICLES AND WATERCRAFT, 35.04

ADMINISTRATION

     City Commission, Ch. 32
     City Departments, Ch. 38
     City Officials, Ch. 31
     Code of Ethics, Ch. 37
     Commission Plan, Ch. 30
     Finance and Revenue, Ch. 33
     Fire and Police Departments, Ch. 36
     Public Records, Ch. 34      
     Taxation, Ch. 35

ANIMALS

     Abandoning domestic animals prohibited, 90.05
     Cruelty to animals in the second degree, 90.03
     Definitions, 90.01      
     Destruction of abandoned and suffering animal, 90.06
     Dogs
          Definition, 90.15
          Impoundment, 90.19
          License tag to be attached to dog, 90.16
          Noise disturbance, 90.18
          Reclaiming impounded dog, 90.20
     Dyeing or selling dyed chicks or rabbits, 90.04
     Livestock, keeping within the city
          Annexation, 90.44
          Definition, 90.40
          Hogs and goats, 90.41
          Maximum number, 90.43
          Proximity to residences, 90.43
          Running at large, 90.42
     Penalty, 90.99

ANNEXATIONS, T.S.O. Table I

AUXILIARY POLICE FORCE, 36.11

BANK FRANCHISE AND LOCAL DEPOSIT TAX, 35.07

BICYCLES AND MOTORCYCLES
     Clinging to vehicles, 73.04
     Operation
          Of bicycles, 73.01
          Of motorcycles and motorscooters, 73.02
     Penalty, 73.99
     Required obedience to traffic directions, 70.02
     Skating and coasting, 73.03

BLASTING PERMIT, 93.20

BOARD OF ETHICS, 37.50

BOND OF CITY OFFICIALS, 31.01

BUILDING REGULATIONS
     Adoption of, 150.01
     Appeals, 150.03
     Application, 150.02
     Contractor licensing, regulations for, 150.20
     Destroyed or uninhabitable structures, 150.04
     Penalty, 150.99
     Removal of debris, 150.04

BUSINESS REGULATIONS
     Insurance Companies, Ch. 113
     Licensing Provisions, Ch. 110
     Pawnbrokers, Ch. 112      
     Peddlers, Itinerant Merchants, and Solicitors, Ch. 111
     Sexually Explicit Businesses, Ch. 114

     Cemetery and Public Grounds Department, 38.03
     Cemetery closed and open for business, 96.04
     Cemetery funds, treatment of, 96.06
     Cemetery trustee designated, 96.06
     Clerk/Treasurer, additional duties, 96.07
     Grave lots, fee, 96.01
     Other fees and regulations, 96.03
     Penalty,96.99
     Rules and regulations, 96.08
     Trees, 96.09
     Visiting, 96.05

CHARGES FOR FIRE PROTECTION, 36.02

CHIEF OF POLICE, 36.10

CITY BOUNDARIES, 11.01

CITY CLERK/TREASURER, 31.36

 

CITY COMMISSION
     Compensation, 32.01
     Duties, 32.03
     Election, 32.01
     Ethics (See CODE OF ETHICS)
     Generally, 31.22
     Members, 32.01
     Ordinances
          Additional requirements, 32.43
          Adoption of standard codes by reference, 32.39
          Amendment, form of, 32.37
          Enacting clause, 32.36
          Indexing and maintenance requirements, 32.41
          Introduction, 32.36
          Legislative immunity, 32.47
          Municipal orders, 32.45
          Official city records, 32.40
          One subject, 32.35
          Periodic review required, 32.44
          Proved by City Clerk/Treasurer, 32.46
          Publication requirements, 32.42
          Reading requirement; exception, 32.38
          Received in evidence, 32.46
          Title, 32.35
     Powers, 32.03
     Qualifications, 32.01
     Rules of Procedure
         Mayor as Presiding Officer, 32.20
         Meetings, 32.21
         Quorum, 32.22
     Superintend specific city departments, 32.04
     Vacancies, 32.02

CITY DEPARTMENTS

     Cemetery and Public Grounds, 38.03
     Code and Municipal Ordinance Enforcement, 38.05
     Departments established, 38.01
     Police, Public Safety, Health and Welfare, 38.02
     Public Works, 38.04

CITY OFFICIALS
     Bond,31.01
     Compensation, 31.02
     Elected Officials
          Commissioners, 31.22
          Election procedure, 31.20
          Mayor, 31.21
          Mayor Pro Tern, 31.21
     Nonelected City Officials
          City Clerk/Treasurer, 31.36
          Establishment of nonelected city offices, 31.35
          Police Chief, 31.37
     Oath,31.01
     Order of succession, 31.04
     Removal from office, 31.03

CODE OF ETHICS

     Board of Ethics, 37.50
     Definitions, 37.04
     Financial Disclosure
          Amended statements, 37.26
          Contents of statement, 37.29
          Control and maintenance of statements, 37.28
          Due date, 37.26
          Fine, 37.30
          Noncompliance with filing requirement, 37.30
          Notice, 37.30
          Officers and employees required to file, 37.25
          Statement of financial interests form, 37.27
     Findings, 37.02
     Nepotism prohibited, 37.40
     Penalty,37.99
     Purpose and authority, 37.03
     Reprisals against persons disclosing prohibited, 37.51
     Standards of Conduct
          Conflicts of interest
               Generally, 37.10
               In contracts, 37.11
          Misuse of confidential information, 37.15
          Post-employment restriction, 37.16
          Receipt of gifts, 37.12
          Representation of interests before city government, 37.14
          Use of city property, equipment or personnel, 37.13
     Title, 37.01

CODE OF ORDINANCES; GENERAL PROVISIONS
     Amendatory language, 10.14
     Amendments to code, 10.14
     Authorized agent, 10.05
     Conflicting provisions, 10.15
     Construction of section references, 10.10
     Construction, rules of, 10.03
     Definitions, 10.02
     Errors, 10.17
     Historical references, 10.18
     Majority act for all, 10.05
     Omissions, 10.17
     Ordinances
          Repealed, 10.11
          Rights and liabilities accruing before repeal, 10.09
          Saved, 10.13
          Unaffected, 10.12
     Penalty, general, 10.99
     Reference to offices, 10.16
     Revivor, 10.08
     Severability, 10.07
     Short titles, 10.01
     Signatures, 10.06
     Statutory references, 10.18
     Time, computation of, 10.04
     Writings, 10.06

COMMISSION (See CITY COMMISSION)

COMMISSIONERS, 31.22

COMPENSATION OF CITY OFFICIALS, 31.02

CONFLICTS OF INTEREST (See also CODE OF ETHICS)
     Generally, 37.10
     In contracts, 37.11

CONTRACTS AND AGREEMENTS, T.S.O. Table II

COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN ADOPTED BY REFERENCE, 152.01

COUNTY WATER DISTRICT (See SEWER SYSTEM)

CRUELTY TO ANIMALS IN THE SECOND DEGREE, 90.03

 

DEFINITIONS, GENERAL, 10.02

DEPARTMENTS (See CITY DEPARTMENTS)

DEPOSITORIES, OFFICIAL, 33.05

DOGS (See ANIMALS)

 

DYEING OR SELLING DYED CHICKS OR RABBITS, 90.04

ELECTION PROCEDURE, 31.20

EMERGENCY VEHICLES (See TRAFFIC CODE)

ETHICS (See CODE OF ETHICS)

FAIR HOUSING
     Administration, 97.08
     Definitions, 97.02
     Discrimination in
          Financing of housing, 97.05
          Provision of brokerage services, 97.06
          Sale or rental of housing, 97.04
     Education and conciliation, 97.09
     Enforcement, 97.10
     Enforcement by private persons, 97.12
     Exemption, 97.07
     Giving of evidence, 97.11
     Interference, coercion, or intimidation, 97.13
     Investigations, 97.11
     Penalty, 97.99
     Policy, 97.01
     Prevention of intimidation in fair housing cases, 97.14
     Subpoena, 97.11
     Unlawful practice, 97.03

 

FINANCE AND REVENUE
     Accounting records, 33.02
     Annual audit of city funds, 33.04
     Annual budget ordinance, 33.03
     Bank franchise and local deposit tax, 35.07
     Definitions, 33.01
     Disbursement of city funds, 33.05
     Financial reports, 33.02
     Improvements
          Additional property, effect of, 33.18
          Adoption of ordinance, 33.15
          Affected owner may contest, 33.16
          Apportionment of cost, 33.12
          Assessment constitutes lien, 33.17
          Change in financing, effect of, 33.18
          Comprehensive report required, 33.13
          Definitions, 33.10
          Financing of, 33.11
          Notice to affected owners, 33.15
          Public hearing required, 33.14
          When city may proceed, 33.17
     Investment Procedures
          Audit, 33.55
          General policy, 33.50
          Investment objectives, 33.52
          Investment policy adoption, 33.56
          Investment reporting, 33.54
          Safekeeping and custody, 33.53
          Scope, 33.51
     Official depositories, 33.05
     Procurement Procedures
          Delegation of responsibility, 33.31
          Ethics, 33.35
          Negotiated procedures, 33.34
          Purpose, 33.30
          Sealed bidding procedures, 33.33
          Small purchase procedures, 33.32

FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE (See CODE OF ETHICS)

FIRE DEPARTMENT

     Charges for fire protection, 36.02
     Merger with the Rural Fire Department, 36.01

FIRE PREVENTION
     Blasting permit, 93.20
     Penalty, 93.99
     Storage of flammables and other matter, 93.21

FIREWORKS  (Effective April 22, 2013 fireworks are legal - see Ordinance 13.001 910.00)

     Bond or liability insurance requirement, 93.04
     Consumer fireworks; restrictions on sale, 93.03
     Definitions, 93.01
     Destruction of fireworks, 93.06
     Exception for public display, 93.02
     Exempted sales and uses, 93.05
     Legality of items, 93.01
     Penalty, 93.99
     Sale or use prohibited, 93.02

FRANCHISES, T.S.O. Table III

GARBAGE AND TRASH
     Adoption of franchise, 50.01
     Approved containers furnished to customers, 50.08
     Billing and collection of fees; percentage paid to city, 50.23
     Collection equipment, 50.10
     Collection of certain solid waste material, 50.09
     Compliance with laws, 50.17
     Compliance with state and federal law, 50.13
     Container furnished to city hall building, 50.14
     Contractor's personnel, 50.16
     Deficiencies in services rendered
          Correction required, 50.15
          Notification, 50.15
     Disposal at licensed sites, 50.13
     Exclusive right, 50.02
     Frequency and location of collection, 50.10
     Hauling; prevention of leaking, spilling or blowing, 50.11
     Hours of collection, 50.06
     Indemnity, 50.19
     Liability insurance, 50.19
     Littering by contractor, 50.07
     Minimum service requirements, 50.05
     Modification of agreement, 50.24
     Offer of service, 50.03
     Performance bond, 50.18
     Rates and charges, 50.22
     Right to require performance, 50.21
     Standard of performance, 50.20
     Term of franchise, 50.04
     Title to waste, 50.12

GOVERNING OFFICERS, 30.02

GOVERNMENT, FORM OF, 30.01

HANDICAPPED PARKING PERMITS, 72.12

HOUSING (See FAIR HOUSING)

IMPOUNDING VEHICLES (See PARKING REGULATIONS)

IMPROVEMENTS, FINANCING (See FINANCING AND REVENUE)

INSURANCE COMPANIES
     Due date, 113.05
          Imposition of license fee, 113.01
          Amount for companies issuing health insurance, 113.03
          Amount for companies issuing life insurance, 113.02
          Amount for companies issuing other policies, 113.04
     Interest, 113.05
     Written breakdown of collections, 113.06

INVESTMENT PROCEDURES (See FINANCE AND REVENUE)

ITINERANT MERCHANTS (See PEDDLERS AND SOLICITORS)

LAND USAGE

     Building Regulations, Ch. 150
     Mobile Homes, Ch. 151
     Planning, Ch. 152
     Zoning Code, Ch. 153

LICENSING PROVISIONS

     Appeal and review, 110.08
     Application for license, 110.02
     Date and duration of license, 110.04
     Exemptions, 110.09
     Fee, imposition of license fee, 110.10
     License certificate to be displayed, 110.06
     License not transferable, 110.05
     Licenses required to engage in certain occupations, 110.01
     Penalty, 110.99
     Revocation or suspension, 110.07
     Standards; issuance of license, 110.03

LITTERING

     Hauling loose material, 94.03
     On private property, 94.05
     Penalty, 94.99
     Sweeping into gutters, 94.04
     Throwing litter from vehicle, 94.01
     Tracking foreign matter on streets, 94.02

LIVESTOCK (See ANIMALS)

LOITERING PROHIBITED, 130.02

MAYOR, 31.21

MAYOR PRO TEM, 31.21

MOBILE HOMES
     Fee, 151.01
     Issuance of permit, 151.01
     Location of, 151.01

     Penalty, 151.99

MOTORCYCLES (See BICYCLES AND MOTORCYCLES)

NEPOTISM PROHIBITED, 37.40

NUISANCES

     Abatement procedure, 92.04
     Certain conditions declared a nuisance, 92.03
     Common law and statutory nuisances, 92.02
     Definitions, 92.01
     Nuisance created by others, 92.05
     Penalty, 92.99
     Smoke emission or other nuisance, 71.27
     Suspension of license, 92.06

 

OFFICERS (See CITY OFFICERS)

ORDINANCES

     See also CODE OF ORDINANCES; GENERAL PROVISIONS
     See also CITY COMMISSION
     Additional requirements, 32.43
     Adoption of standard codes by reference, 32.39
     Amendment, form of, 32.37
     Code and Municipal Enforcement Department, 38.05
     Enacting clause, 32.36
     Indexing and maintenance requirements, 32.41
     Introduction, 32.36
     Legislative immunity, 32.47
     Municipal orders, 32.45

     Official city records, 32.40
     One subject, 32.35
     Periodic review required, 32.44
     Proved by City Clerk/Treasurer; received in evidence, 32.46
     Publication requirements, 32.42
     Reading requirement; exception, 32.38
     Repealed, 10.11
     Rights and liabilities accruing before repeal, 10.09
     Saved, 10.13
     Title, 32.35
     Unaffected, 10.12

PARADES

     Alternative permit. 71.46
     Appeal procedure when permit denied, 71.45
     Application for permit, 71.42
     Contents of permit, 71.48
     Definitions, 71.40
     Duties of permittee, 71.49
     Notice of rejection of permit, 71.44
     Notice when permit issued, 71.47
     Parking on parade routes, 72.07
     Permit required, 71.41
     Public conduct during parades, 71.50
     Revocation of permit, 71.51
     Standards for issuance of permit, 71.43

PARKING REGULATIONS

     Display of parked vehicle for sale, 72.11
     Double parking, 72.01
     Exceeding certain number of hours
          Prohibited, 72.06
          Towing authorized, 72.06
     Handicapped permits, 72.12
     Impounding
          Authorized, 72.20
          Redemption, 72.20
          Required notice to owner, 72.21
          Sale of vehicle, 72.22
     Limitations of stopping and parking, 72.03
     Manner of parking, 72.02
     Obstructional parking, 72.01
     Off-street facility, 72.08
     Owner responsibility, 72.09
     Parade routes, 72.07
     Parks, 72.10
     Penalty, 72.99
     Restrictions and prohibitions on designated streets, 72.04
     Snow Emergency
          Announcement of, 72.35
          Snow emergency routes, 72.37
          Termination of emergency, 72.36
     Street cleaning, parking restricted, 72.05

PAWNBROKERS
     Bond, 112.02
     Daily reports, 112.03
     Definitions, 112.01
     Enforcement, 112.08
     Maximum interest, 112.05
     Penalty, 112.99
     Prohibited activities, 112.07
     Receipt to be given for each article, 112.04
     Receipt to be given for payment of loan, 112.06
     Register to be kept, 112.03
     Resale price, 112.05
     Sale of article, 112.04

PEDDLERS AND SOLICITORS
     Appeal procedure, 111.07
     Application procedure, 111.03
     Definitions, 111.01
     Exhibition of identification, 111.08
     License requirement, 111.02
     Penalty, 111.99
     Revocation procedure, 111.05
     Standards for issuance, 111. 04
     Standards for revocation, 111.06

PENALTY, GENERAL, 10.99

PLANNING

     County Comprehensive Plan adopted by reference, 152.01
     Adoption of statement of goals and objectives, 152.02

POLICE FORCE, AUXILIARY, 36.11

POLICE CHIEF, 31.37

POLICE CHIEF, 36.10

POLICE DEPARTMENT, TRAFFIC CODE POWERS AND DUTIES, 70.03

POLICE, PUBLIC SAFETY, HEALTH AND WELFARE DEPARTMENT, 38.02

POLITICAL SIGNS (See STREETS AND SIDEWALKS)

PROCUREMENT PROCEDURES (See FINANCE AND REVENUE)

PUBLIC RECORDS
     Definitions, 34.01
     Procedures for Requesting
          Access to records for individuals, 34.11
          Concealing or destroying records prohibited, 34.10
          Denial of inspection, 34.09
          Fees for copies, 34.13
          Format of copies, 34.12
          Initial request with immediate inspection, 34.05
          Misstatement of purpose prohibited, 34.14
          Notification of the Attorney General, 34.17
          Online access to public records in electronic form, 34.15
          Protected from disclosure, 34.16
          Public records not immediately available, 34.07
          Referral to proper custodian, 34.06
          Refusal of unreasonable requests, 34.08
          Time limitation, 34.09

 
PUBLIC WORKS

     Department, 38.04
     Garbage and Trash, Ch. 50
     Sewer System, Ch. 51

REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS, T.S.O. Table IV

RESIDENTIAL ANTIDISPLACEMENT AND RELOCATION ASSISTANCE PLAN
     Notification requirements, 98.02
     Policy, 98.01
     Replacement housing and relocation assistance, 98.02
     Steps to minimize displacement, 98.03

REVENUE (See FINANCE AND REVENUE)

REVIVOR, 10.08

 

SEVERABILITY, 10.07

 

SEWER SYSTEM

     Affirmation and adoption of preamble, 51.01
     City assistance in construction and installation, 51.10
     Compliance with rules and regulations required, 51.05
     Connection fee, 51.07
     Construction of outdoor toilet facilities prohibited, 51.04
     County Water District, use of city rights-of-way, 51.02
     Damaging sewer system property prohibited, 51.06
     Liability for expenses, loss and damage, 51.09
     Mandatory sewer connection, 51.03
     Notice of violation, 51.08
     Penalty, 51.99

SEXUALLY EXPLICIT BUSINESSES
     Administration of regulations, 114.05
     Definitions, 114.02
     Effect and limitation of regulations, 114.06
     Findings, 114.01
     Inspections, 114.07
     Licensing requirements, 114.04
          Application, submittal of, 114.07
          Suspension, revocation or refusal to renew, 114.05
     Penalty, 114.99
     Public policy, declaration of, 114.01
     Purpose, 114.01
     Restrictions, requirements and conditions, 114.03

 

SIDEWALKS (See STREETS AND SIDEWALKS)

SIGNS (See STREETS AND SIDEWALKS)

SNOW EMERGENCY (See PARKING REGULATIONS)

SOLICITORS (See PEDDLERS AND SOLICITORS)

SOLID WASTE (See GARBAGE AND TRASH)

STREET CLOSINGS, T.S.O. Table V

STREET NAME CHANGES, T.S.O. Table VI

STREETS AND SIDEWALKS     

     Acceptance of streets for maintenance, 91.01
     Damaging streets prohibited, 91.02
     Excavations and Construction
          Application and cash deposit, 91.16
          Barriers around excavations, 91.18
          Cuts or excavations, permit and cash bond for all, 91.21
          Opening permit required, 91.15
          Restoration of pavement, 91.17
          Sidewalk construction, 91.20
          Warning lights, 91.19
     Obstructions
          Materials on street or sidewalk, 91.47
          Removal of ice and snow, 91.48
          Street and sidewalk obstruction, 91.46
          Unloading on street or sidewalk, 91.45
          Vehicles on sidewalk, 91.49
     Pavement specifications, 91.01
     Penalty, 91.99
     Road and Bridge Projects
          Exemptions from hearing requirement, 91.35
          Hearing to be held prior to construction, 91.33
          Notice requirements, 91.31
          Public hearing required, 91.30
          Public may testify; effect of testimony, 91.32
          Separate hearing for each project not required, 91.34
     Signs
          Political signs, 91.60
     Street Closings, T.S.O. Table V
     Street Name Changes, T.S.O. Table VI

 

TABLE OF SPECIAL ORDINANCES
     Annexations, T.S.O. Table I
     Contracts and Agreements, T.S.O. Table II
     Franchises, T.S.O. Table III
     Real Estate Transactions, T.S.O. Table IV
     Street Closings, T.S.O. Table V
     Street Name Changes, T.S.O. Table VI
     Zoning Map Changes, T.S.O. Table VII

TAXATION

     Ad valorem taxes on motor vehicles and watercraft, 35.04
     Bank franchise and local deposit tax, 35.07
     County assessment adopted, 35.01
     Delinquency, 35.03
     Disposition of funds, 35.06
     Due date, 35.02
     Payment of property taxes on new construction, 35.05

TRAFFIC CODE
     Accidents
          Duty of operator, 71.15
          Report, 71.16
     Authority for enforcement, 70.04
     Backing vehicles, 71.03
     Bicycles (See BICYCLES AND MOTORCYCLES)
     Definitions, 70.01
     Emergency Vehicles
          Driving over fire hose, 71.26
          Following emergency vehicles, 71.26
          Right-of-way of, 71.26

     Motorcycles (See BICYCLES AND MOTORCYCLES)
     Obstructing traffic, 71.01
     Operator of vehicle to drive carefully, 71. 25
     Parades (See PARADES)
     Parking Regulations (See PARKING REGULATIONS)
     Penalty, general for traffic rules, 71.99
     Penalty, general for Traffic Code, 70.99
     Police department, powers and duties, 70.03
     Required obedience to traffic directions, 70.02
     Reverse or U turns, 71.02
     Smoke emission or other nuisance, 71.27
     Speed limits, 71.05
     Temporary regulations, 70.05
     Traffic-Control Devices
          Device to be legible and in proper position, 70.20
          Establishment and maintenance of, 70.16
          Interference with signals, 70.18
          Obedience to signals, 70.17
          Signal legends, 70.15
          Temporary disregard of devices by police officer, 70.21
          Unauthorized signals or markings, 70.19
     Vehicles crossing sidewalks, 71.04

TRASH (See GARBAGE AND TRASH)

ZONING CODE ADOPTED, 153.01

ZONING MAP CHANGES, T.S.O. Table VII